Honeymoon Prince Edward Island Destination

Honeymoon Prince Edward Island Destination

Couples from around the world visit Prince Edward Island to get married, staying to enjoy the province for their honeymoon.  While honeymooners from Asian countries typically must visit the Anne of Green Gables sites island wide and take in a performance of the Anne of Green Gable Musical other visitors prefer to focus on seafood, beachfront, and cultural experiences the island has to offer.  There are a number of great honeymoon spots in Prince Edward Island, this article will focus on two unique spots that give that get away and focus on each other feeling.

Victoria By the Sea Located approximately 20 minute drive from the capital Charlottetown or 20 minutes from the famous Confederation Bridge, Victoria By The Sea is quiet little seaside village with charm.  If staying in the village, your choices will be The Orient Hotel, Eureka House B&B or The Victoria Village Inn. 

The area has long been known for its art and there are art and craft studios throughout the village of Victoria.  Victoria is also home to one Prince Edward Island’s longest running theatres, as well as a chocolate factory, wind chime manufacturer, and candle maker.  For the outdoors person there is kayaking and clam digging.

The dining choice is include cafes such as Island Chocolates, Landmark Café or Mrs. Profits Tea Room, or take out fare from Lobster Barn Pub & Eatery or Seaview Take out, with finer dining reserved for Victoria Village Inn and Restaurant.


Regis Philbin will tell you he loved Crowbush, of course he had a catered seafood bake on the beach at the resort, however the location is quiet, scenic and perfect for honeymooners.  For nature lovers or culinary enthusiasts the East end of Prince Edward Island has golf, white sand beaches, world famous chefs, and hiking trails galore.

There are numerous places to stay in the region two quality accommodations are Inn at Bay Fortune and Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort where Regis Philbin stayed.

While the Fall Flavours Festival sports great activities Island wide in September the Eastern part of Prince Edward Island is home to famous Chef Michael Smith who headlines this festival of culinary delights.

Don’t miss hiking the Greenwich Dunes Trail, kayaking, deep sea fishing or just laying on the beach.

There are more wonderful destinations however Prince Edward Island offers a quiet pace with plenty of seafood, beaches, and adventures to await you after the wedding.   For tourism information visit Tourism PEI.