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Property LocationA stay at Charlotte's Rose Inn places you in the heart of Charlottetown, steps from Historic Charlottetown Waterfront and 3 minutes by foot from Beaconsfield Historic House. This 4.5-star bed & breakfast is 13.9 mi (22.4 km) from Prince Edward Island National Park and 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Confederation Centre of the Arts. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Historic Charlottetown Waterfront - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
- Beaconsfield Historic House - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
- St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
- St. James Pr...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reception servicesLuggage storage
came back to enjoy it again
Reviewed 15 november, 2021
Stayed here in 2016 and found it beautiful so returned again in 2021 and while it has new ownership, it is still the same beautiful historic house and the new hosts were great. The location is fantastic and you can walk to downtown and many great restaurants, shopping etc. The breakfast was awesome and the rooms are comfortable with modern amenities. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
Perfect B&B on PEI
Reviewed 4 october, 2021
Charlotte's Rose Inn was the perfect place for two American couples on a break-out, "thank goodness we can cross the border," trip in late September. Location was great for walking the town and easy access to restaurants; rooms were lovely and comfortable; common space and dining room were large and gracious; breakfasts and snacks all first rate; and Allysha was a wonderful and helpful host. We'd recommend it to anyone!
Excellent stay - highly recommend
Reviewed 20 september, 2021
This hotel was excellent. Rooms are beautiful and comfortable. The Breakfast is amazing - with different choices every day cooked fresh. Alysha was an excellent hostess. Bathrooms were clean and well appointed. Lounge area was beautiful. Snacks provided were tasty. We were so happy with our choice.
Great BB in Charlottetown
Reviewed 19 september, 2021
Great BB located near Victoria Park, the wharf and restaurants. Great for walking around. The breakfasts were delicious! So much food and I was never disappointed. Each day a baked good was also offered with coffee and tea and fruits. Allysha who runs the day to day operations is warm and friendly, and made the experience all the better. The other guests who stayed in the main house were lovely. Met people from North Carolina, BC and Alberta. All were friendly and we got to chat at breakfast each day. The only thing that was annoying was one of the guests who stayed in the loft did laundry from 11pm to around 2-3am and the laundry room is directly above the room I was staying in and it was very loud, keeping me awake for a few hours. So a reminder to all people travelling anywhere be mindful of other guests.
Wonderful stay at The Loft in Charlotte Rose's Inn
Reviewed 12 september, 2021
Staying five nights at the loft was truly like staying at home away from home. We were greeted by the charming and very helpful innkeeper Allysha who showed us where everything was or how it worked. The combination laundry washer/dryer was a huge plus as it meant we could pack less and get away with carry-on. I have to commend the owners of Charlotte’s Rose Inn for the smart thinking of every little detail to make a stay comfortable. From laundry detergent, several kinds of tea, milk and cream in the fridge, to bottles of San Pellegrino, to Kleenex boxes scattered about the premise, to cotton balls, soap and shampoo… etc. in the bathroom. My companion and I were truly impressed. The only items we needed to stock up on were eggs and bread for toasting and jam for a light breakfast in the morning as we were out for lunch and dinner everyday. The loft is truly cosy and perfection for two people or more. The beds are very comfortable and we slept extraordinarily well. The only noise one has to contend with is the bickering of crows that seem to be everywhere in Prince Edward Island. The central location is ideal as one can walk to shops and restaurants in minutes. There is a delightful little Vietnamese sushi restaurant opposite the Inn called the May Deli where we had a meal on our last evening as it was pouring buckets and we didn't want to venture far. It was excellent and very reasonably priced which is not true of many of the eating places in Charlottetown. Our stay at The Loft at Charlotte’s Rose was truly a delight and highly recommendable to anyone who wants a comfortable and peaceful stay.