This bright, newly decorated, main level Suite for Two is stylish, comfortable and right downtown. The Suite is a luxurious get-away whose bedroom furnishings include a deluxe pillow top bed with its down duvet and ensuite bathroom. There is a full kitchen with everything you might need, from a cappuccino machine to an oyster knife. The living room/dining room has lots of space to lounge on a cozy sectional with original artworks adorning the walls. There is a custom cherry dining table with leather chairs if you decide to cook at home.
A Magnolia tree dapples the late afternoon light coming into the living room as well as a sunporch to sit and enjoy the award winning gardens. A desk with an inspiring window view is a perfect place to day dream or catch up with social media. There is a large enclosed private patio draped with grape vines to enjoy the morning sun or a late afternoon cocktail before walking downtown to one of Charlottetown's many restaurants.
Cottage on Kent is a registered Heritage House built in 1830, making it one of Charlottetown's earliest homes. It has been well loved over it's 187 years. It sits on a corner across from Rochford Square, which becomes part of your own front yard and will entertain you at times with it's summer events. It is an idyllic place to relax.
Cottage on Kent is one block from downtown with it's many heritage streets, including Victoria Row, Great George Street and Water Street, lined with cafe's, restaurants, art galleries, churches and shops. Victoria Park with it's waterfront boardwalk and forest trails is also just one block away. You can follow the walk from the park, back through the neighbourhood, past the Culinary Institute of Canada which is home to Canada's Smartest Kitchen, the Charlottetown Yacht Club, Peake's Wharf Historic Waterfront and Confederation Landing. There is much to explore when you choose to leave the comforts of the Cottage on Kent.