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  • Dune-Spirit Cottage
  • located in the quiet rural area of St. Peters Harbour at a pristine, uncrowded, white sand-dune beach. Stroll for over two miles along the sand watching local fishing boats return with their catch or just ponder the last rays of a setting sun on a tranquil beach. Gaze across the narrows at the majestic dunes at Greenwich National Park or watch the large variety of shorebirds, eagles and songbirds.
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  • Cottage
  • Ken's Kozy Kottage
  • An ideal location for a relaxing getaway, a romantic retreat or a great golf excursion. Our private cottage offers breathtaking views of: the pristine, white sand beaches of the North Shore; the wharf and fishing boats at picturesque St Peters Harbour.
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  • Resort
  • Resort
  • Nature Space Resort
  • Nature Space Resort offers the opportunity for exploration of local flavours, unique experiences and beautiful places, while providing connection to self, others and the natural world.
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  • Resort
  • Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort
  • With its tranquil setting overlooking Prince Edward Island’s panoramic North Shore and wide variety of activities offered on-site, the 5 Star Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort is one of Atlantic Canada’s most luxurious resorts.
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  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Shady Lane Cottage and B&B
  • At Shady Lane Cottage and B&B all of this is a reality, and more! Situated in St. Peter's Harbour, just two kilometers from the town of Morell, the Cottage and B&B is the ideal location for that vacation of your dreams. You have so much to choose from that you can be sure your every desire can be catered to.
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  • Points East Coastal Inn
  • The house was built in the 1870's for John P. Sullivan, a prominent merchant and farmer in the village of St. Peter's Bay. It is characterized as being influenced by Second Empire architectural styles which include the dominant mansard roof with dormers. In 1915 the home became the Manse for the adjacent Presbyterian (now United) church, until the early 1960's.
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