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Dalvay-By-The-Sea, a National Historic Site of Canada, is an elegant Queen Anne Revival homebuilt in 1895 by a Scottish-American oil tycoon.
A summer resort hotel since the 1930's, Dalvay By-The-Sea is located at the east end of Prince Edward Island's National Park on scenic Dalvay Beach. There are 25 guest rooms; all are largely furnished in period antiques and all rooms offer a four-piece private bath. Each of our rooms is singular and unique.
In addition, there are eight three-bedroom cottages located adjacent to the inn, offering vistas of the ocean, Dalvay Lake and acres of manicured grounds.
We offer our guests the opportunity to "unplug" from your busy life. Come take a step back in time and leave the television, radio, phones and alarm clocks at home. Here you can enjoy the peaceful ocean air, take a lakeside stroll around the property and relax during your vacation. If you need the television still make sure to reserve one of our cottages.
Everyone at Dalvay was excited and honoured to be a big part of the Royal Tour of Prince Edward Island on July 4, 2011.
This is a great package for fans of LM Montgomery's much loved sites and characters featured in Anne of Green Gables and all things "Anne". Spend some quality time at the original "White Sands Hotel" (Dalvay By-The-Sea) as featured in the Sullivan Entertainment (tm) Series "Road to Avonlea" and the popular "Anne of Green Gables" movies, starring Megan Follows.
Visit Avonlea Village in iconic Cavendish. Experience a Tour of Dalvay and it's own unique history followed by our High Tea for Two! Don't forget to have dinner with us and experience the famous Sticky Date Pudding Dessert.
This Avonlea Package includes the following:
Packages starting from $112. per person, per night plus taxes. (Based on two adults)
CONDITIONS: Room types and dates subject to availability. Upgrades to larger rooms available. Green Gables House pass is included when you purchase your 3 day National Park Pass at gate entrance.(additional fee)
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