From June 28 until September 1, 2013 you can enjoy the “Romance at the Maples” package from Cavendish Maples Cottages for three nights.
This property is in a grove of mature maple trees and combines a rejuvenating setting, four-star cottages, many amenities, and is in the heart of Cavendish, the setting for Avonlea, the fictional home of Anne of Green Gables.
Relax in a natural, unspoiled, and pristine setting. Indulge in the luxury of deluxe accommodations that include a whirlpool tub and fireplace. Let the tranquil surroundings of the beautiful maple-treed cottage rentals in PEI set the mood for your romantic getaway as you sip a glass of wine and share a decadent chocolate treat.
This opportunity is based on two adults and starts at $629 per couple.
- Three night accommodations at Cavendish Maples Cottages
- One National Park pass
- One chocolate surprise and bottle of wine
- Luxury bath robe
- One pass for two for author L.M. Montgomery’s Cavendish Home
- One pass for two to Green Gables House and Lover’s Lane
- One PEI Preserve Company welcome gift
- One breakfast for two
Vacay.ca Recommends PEI for Fun City Experiences
Are you hoping to continue your romantic adventure? Make the 35-minute drive to Charlottetown for some urban excitement. Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi did just that when he wrote his story “The big-city appeal of tiny Charlottetown” during a recent trip to the east coast. He reported that “Charlottetown is as friendly and attractive as its reputation — and for some reasons that will surprise you. Despite a population of less than 35,000, Charlottetown has a surprisingly upscale dining scene and lively bar atmosphere.”
Brijbassi: “Along with history, you’ll also find examples of PEI’s other known attractions: golf and Anne of Green Gables. Plenty of Anne-related merchandise and memorabilia can be found in Charlottetown, including a chocolate store named after the fictional heroine whose global popularity has made PEI a destination in places like Japan and Australia. Cavendish, where the Anne attractions are centred, is an hour’s drive from the capital, and worth the trek. Long before Orlando had Mickey Mouse, or Charlottetown had Eckhart, Anne was around to show visitors her fictional world where time hardly seems to move.”
To book with Cavendish Maples Cottages: Click here, call 1-888-662-7537 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.