The privacy of a hotel, with the warmth and atmosphere of a B'n'B.
"Beautiful room and great breakfast. Met lovely people. We're not B&B stayers and this has been a wonderful experience. Definitely do it again."
Filomena - Toronto, Ontario
Prince Edward Island
is made up of fun and relaxing and unforgettable moments
that make for the memories of a lifetime!
We’ll grab our bathing suits and buckets for clamdigging.
We’ll head out for a day on the greens.
We’ll hop on our bicycles and enjoy the beauty of
the Confederation Trail.
We’ll eat fresh lobster and mussels and chowder
And enjoy the toe-tapping rhythms of a Ceilidh.
We’ll take in sunsets and sights and carnivals
and we’ll make the most of every day.
Come Join in the Fun!
"We cannot wait to come back!
Our stay at Victoria Inn made our vacation on P.E.I. all the better.
The comfort, the elegance, the friendliness.....
our entire stay."
Frank & Amy - New Hampshire
Take a little time out
and get away from it all.
Come to the Gentle Island!
"This has been the most relaxing stay we have ever had!
The service is friendly, the food delicious,
the atmosphere relaxed and private, and the room was divine!
We'll be talking about our stay here to all our
friends & family back home for a long time.
We only wish we could have stayed longer!
Eric & Shannon - Edmunston, New Brunswick
Victoria Inn is a B & B
and Cottage-Style Suites
located in the heart of PEI within easy driving distance of
the Confederation Bridge, Charlottetown, Summerside,
Cavendish, and Anne of Green Gables.
"We had a wonderful stay.
"A pleasure to stay here - everything perfect
- can't wait to come back. "
Arthur & Betsy - Boston, Massachusetts
Our Cottage Style Suites are especially popular during
summer vacation time because of the flexibility that they offer.
It's a little home away from home set in a picturesque
2 acre garden shaded by towering sugar maple trees.
Yes, you can even cook if you want to -
the kitchen comes equipped with everything that you need
to whip up a fresh Island Feast!
"Such a beautiful place, everything was fantastic... especially the breakfast! Can't wait to come back again."
"Gorgeous spot! Food is delicious.
Everything was outstanding."
Alicia and Megan - Nova Scotia
"What a beautiful historic place that we found in
Kensington, P.E.I.. We would recommend Victoria Inn
to all who are travelling in this area!
The owners are very friendly and helpful.
Breakfast was a delight!! "
Jeanne & Harry - Westbrook, Maine
Victoria Inn was built in 1909 by Robert Humphrey,
a prominent Silver Fox rancher who revolutionized
the fox farming industry by building sheds for the foxes.
It may sound simple, but it is this innovative thinking that is credited
with saving the fox farming industry on the Island
from being wiped out by disease.
As a result he was able to raise stunning animals that took the prize
in numerous competitions throughout the course of his career,
including two World Championships!
The Cottage-Style Suites are located on the site of the former stables,
as Robert was also an avid horseman
with prize-winning standard bred showhorses.
What is now Victoria Inn started out as his family home.
Whether you're coming to Prince Edward Island
for a fantastic summer Vacation,
plan to enjoy the glorious Colours and Flavours of a PEI fall,
are looking for a real old-fashioned winter White Christmas,
or want to breathe in the fresh spring air
as Prince Edward Island Gardens waken and come to life -
you will love what Victoria Inn has to offer.
Once you get here you won't want to leave!
If you are looking for a comfortable motel on Prince Edward Island
with a little something extra,
Or if you would like to stay in a charming PEI Bed and Breakfast,
If the idea of cottage-style accomodations sounds like
the perfect answer for your vacation needs
Come see us at Victoria Inn.
You have come to the right place!
Call us at 1-902-836-3010 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bed and breakfast in PEI at Victoria Inn including self-contained cottage-style accommodation on a 2 acre garden lot in Kensington, Prince Edward Island, proximate to Confederation Bridge and Charlottetown.