DALVAY BY THE SEA
Dalvay-By-The-Sea, a National Historic Site of Canada, is an elegant Queen Anne Revival home built 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. Activities include: croquet, tennis court, nature trails, driving range, beach walks and bike rentals. You can kayak or canoe across Dalvay Lake, the site of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dragon boat race on July 4th, 2011.
The Inn currently operates from May – mid October, offering both accommodations and dining.
ROOMS & COTTAGES
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 8 three-bedroom cottages located adjacent to the inn, offering vistas of the ocean, Dalvay Lake and acres of manicured grounds. The inn currently operates from June – mid October, offering both accommodations and dining.