Choose your stay from one of 16 stylish Prince Edward County Bed & Breakfasts.
Each of the following Bed & Breakfasts are set to welcome you with personality-plus accommodation settings and gracious hospitality that will make for a truly memorable getaway experience.
The Acres at High Shore
B&B and Event Space
Your host Alison ("Ali")
Stay In an ultra-cool, fully furnished shipping container set in a meadow field.
What makes this B&B unique? Built to bring the outdoors in through floor-to-ceiling window walls while still giving guests privacy. Perfect for in-bed star gazing. Enjoy the fresh, country air while exploring the property’s serene, natural setting. Cozy up to the fire pit and the peaceful orchestra of evening sounds. Breakfast is served in the kitchen “container.”
Ard Macha B&B
Your hosts Harold and Vera
Stay In an elegant, light-filled home overlooking the Bay of Quinte’s Adolphus Reach and the Glenora Ferry.
What makes this B&B unique? Spectacular sunrises, sunsets, and the seasonal hues that colour the shoreline-and-water panorama. Wander through lovely gardens. Lake on the Mountain is five minutes away; Picton, only 10 minutes. Three-course gourmet breakfasts start each day. Enjoy engaging conversation with your hosts originally from Armagh (or Ard Macha), Northern Ireland.
AWAY in the County
Bed and Breakfast
Your hosts Glen and Susan
Stay In one of the oldest homes in Cherry Valley, an award-winning renovation featured in A Taste of Prince Edward County, and on HGTV.
What makes this B&B unique? Located on the banks of East Lake. Picturesque views and stunning sunsets. Property includes elaborate vegetable and flower gardens along with a flock of chickens. Field-to-fork breakfasts accommodate all dietary needs. Excellent reviews. Rated the #1 B&B in Picton by Tripadvisor.
Bailey’s Run Bed and Breakfast
Your host Cindy
Stay In a sweet, sunny yellow, rustic 1898 farmhouse surrounded by 1.3 acres and The County’s peace and quiet.
What makes this B&B unique? Dog-friendly! Your pup enjoys TLC while you’re out taking in the sights of the County. Gourmet breakfasts prepared by an experienced baker. Relax on the wraparound porch or by an evening campfire. The Bay of Quinte’s shoreline is a five-minute walk away. A short, scenic drive to Picton.
Benjamin Gillespie House
Your host Dennis
Stay In a beautiful 1880 Victorian home located in Picton’s historical mansion neighbourhood.
What makes this B&B unique? Heritage preserved and furnished with many period pieces reflective of the home’s era. Three beautifully appointed bedrooms. A spacious screened-in front porch for unwinding outdoors. Inside, the main guest sitting room is perfect for socializing. A delicious full breakfast, including home baked scones, starts each morning. Picton’s downtown amenities are a five-minute walk away.
Compass Rose Suites
Your hosts Cameron, Caroline, and Nick
Stay In a modern farmhouse set on 100 acres of rural splendour.
What makes this B&B unique? Three spacious, elegant suites blend traditional with contemporary. A tranquil retreat with 3 km of walking/snowshoeing trails that meander through forests and meadows. It's on the bird migration path. Host on-site events and weddings in a glass greenhouse and rustic barn. Knowledgeable, friendly hosts create a curated stay-experience. Locally sourced, delicious home-made breakfasts.
Your hosts Fred and Lina
Stay In a modern, charming Cape Cod-style home overlooking Picton Harbour.
What makes this B&B unique? Warm hospitality that spoils you like a close friend. Sumptuous breakfasts prepared with local ingredients. All-day coffee, tea and tasty treats. A wrap-around porch for sipping wine while drinking in the view of Picton Bay and the Prince Edward Yacht Club. A beautifully landscaped back-garden oasis. Only a short stroll to Picton’s downtown offerings.
The Edward Bed & Breakfast
Your hosts Jessica, Rebecca, Payam and Mano
Stay In one of four luxury suites in a home embraced by 75 acres of peaceful nature.
What makes this B&B unique? A holistic approach to hospitality that encourages guests to disconnect and live in the moment. Open air and wildflower meadows by day; stargazing and campfires at night. Walk meandering trails, immersing yourself in the sights and sounds of nature, such as parcels of white-tailed deer strolling by.
The Empty Nest
Bed and Breakfast
Your host Susan
Stay In an elegant, charming home perched on the idyllic shores of Wellers Bay.
What makes this B&B unique? Located at the end of a quiet country lane, directly on the water, where loons frolic and glorious sunsets paint the sky. Peaceful and retreat-perfect. Two beautiful, airy and spacious suites, each with ensuite bathrooms and water views. Breakfasts are delightful. Enjoy starters and barista-style coffee while a signature breakfast is prepared.
Your hosts Katie and Mike
Stay In a meticulously restored, circa 1838 Inn that’s featured in numerous books on historic Ontario homes.
What makes this B&B unique? A stately colonial home tucked away in the quiet, scenic hamlet of Waupoos, embraced by orchards, wineries and forests. Four spacious, beautifully appointed, airy rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. Sumptuous breakfasts featuring locally sourced ingredients. Cideries, wineries, food markets, and more dot this pastoral area of The County.
Your hosts Gillian and Rob
Stay In a charming home in the heart of Bloomfield’s quaintness, surrounded by shops, art studios, restaurants and farms.
What makes this B&B unique? This charming, farm-centric Main Street address includes farm-to-table breakfasts served with farm-field views. Relax, sip and people-watch on the wrap-around porch, including a screened-in area. Fun Sunday-morning trivia challenges spark dining-table camaraderie. Call ahead to request your flag of choice to greet you on arrival.
Nap n Nosh
Your host Leia Ger
Stay In a renovated and expanded 1875 Loyalist home in the heart of the historic hamlet of Bloomfield.
What makes this B&B unique? A lush, picture-perfect, acre-long secret Zen garden, complete with a gazebo, koi pond and seating amongst ancient birches, willows, and fruit trees. Frequent on-site artist pop-up events. Farm-to-table breakfast dining experiences in the gazebo, garden or in the breakfast nook. Central to wineries, restaurants and artist studios.
Runaway Rooster B&B
Your hosts George and Karen
Stay In a grand, Pan-Abode, chalet-style cedar home located in Bloomfield.
What makes this B&B unique? An immersive experience from the moment you enter. Engaging hospitality, personalized itineraries and touring recommendations. Stunning Great Room with towering cathedral ceiling and masonry fireplace. Multi-level decks and outdoor seating. Two-course, gourmet breakfasts featuring fresh, local ingredients with a side of entertaining conversation. Historic Bull’s Creek winds through the bottom of the one-acre property.
Your hosts Patti and Mike
Stay In a circa 1870 Loyalist brick house in the centre of Picton’s historical neighbourhood.
What makes this B&B unique? Two private pied-à-terre suites nestled inside a handsome carriage house. A lovely back-garden sanctuary with a pool and charming gazebo. French doors open out to the pool-side patio from a beautiful lounging area. Dine on delicious, personalized breakfasts served in the summer kitchen or on the patio overlooking the pool.
Your hosts David and Esther
Stay In a stunning 150-year-old farmhouse that’s been thoughtfully restored and redesigned.
What makes this B&B unique? A five-star, upscale property for discerning guests. A relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Four stylishly appointed luxury suites and personalized service. Gourmet breakfasts using ingredients from local farms and the on-site organic garden. Located in Wellington, close to wineries, Provincial Parks, beaches, bike trails, art galleries and restaurants.
Your hosts Frank and Nancy
Stay In an 1850’s restored farmhouse, featured as one of HGTV’s Great Canadian Homes.
What makes this B&B unique? Incredible chef-prepared farm-to-table breakfast feasts. Spectacular designer rooms and interior. Over sixty funky, personality-plus, free-range laying hens. Wine-sipping and sunsets from a century barn. Vineyard strolls. A cool barn gym for work outs. A sauna for sweating out stress. A relaxation spa room to chill. Walk to three winery neighbours.