Where to Stay
Whether you enjoy a quaint Bed and Breakfast, a cozy Inn or an off-grid cottage hide away – The County offers it all. For a full listing of accommodations in the County, visit Prince Edward County’s Tourism website.
“A Winery Stay” (10 minutes from the school)
The Inn at Huff Estates is the County’s newest premiere country inn. It is set among their own winery, providing beautiful views for guests. The Inn at Huff Estates boasts 21 guest rooms with private patios and fireplaces. All guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet, wine tasting and tour of Huffs Estate Winery (recently named one of Canada’s top twenty wineries. Accommodation Packages now available with a cooking class. See Classes for more information and book directly through Huff Estates Inn. You will also enjoy visiting Oeno Gallery, situated beside the inn. The gallery exhibits contemporary art by artists from the region, other parts of Canada and occasionally, exceptional artists from elsewhere.
Rates start at $179 (double occupancy) per night during high season (May-October)
For photos and more information – visit Huff Estates
“By the Lake Stay” (25 minutes from the school)
Away in the County Bed and Breakfast is situated on the tranquil shores of East Lake in the village of Cherry Valley. This unique Prince Edward County retreat has been creatively renovated by its owners, encaustic artist Susan Wallis and her husband Glen, to accommodate guests who want to get “away” from it all. A beautiful breakfast awaits you every morning…..
Centrally located, Away is the perfect destination for those who want to spend time in a gentle environment, exploring the countryside at their leisure. 2013 Winner of the Best Residential Construction Award by the Prince Edward County Construction Association
A Farm Stay” (25 minutes from the school)
Thyme Again Bed & Breakfast is set in a restored circa 1890 home. It is decorated in early Canadian motif, boasts many locally found antiques that help create a special escape for its visitors. Guests can take their pick of three beautifully appointed guestrooms, each hand-painted by a local artisan.
Enjoy a farm-fresh breakfast served in the cozy, intimate dining room. Whether oven-fresh muffins, or savory quiche, rest assured you won’t leave the breakfast table hungry! And you can take comfort in knowing that most of our ingredients are harvested directly from their certified organic farm.
$85 to $155 (double occupancy) per night
For photos and more information – visit Thyme Again
“A Romantic Stay” (15 minutes from the school)
Suites on the Lake is located on the water’s edge in the village of Wellington. This romantic B&B is a must for those wanting to experience an inviting and elegant stay in an historic homestead. Large appointed rooms, with private en suites and beautiful views make this one of the most sought after B&B’s in the County. This Ontario designated heritage building is just minutes away from fine dining, art galleries and artist studios. Three suites, plus the Lake house guesthouse are available for your stay.
Prices start at $230 per night per suite
For photos, bookings and more information – visit Suites on the Lake
” A City Stay” (15 minutes from the school)
The Manse Boutique Inn in Picton offers seven exquisite rooms to traveling guests. Quaint and steeped in history, this landmark limestone building completed in 1906, welcomes you with boutique elegance and homespun warmth. Each unique and sun filled room provides modern and comforting amenities for guests enjoyment: queen size bed with contemporary upholstered head board, luxury linens, charming gas fireplace and private spa inspired ensuite.
Prices start at $150 per night per suite
For photos, bookings and more information, visit The Manse Boutique Inn
” A Beach Stay” (30 minutes from the school)
Ruth’s Off-grid cottage is a simple indulgence, off-grid and out of sight, nestled among an old stand of forest along the shores of Lake Ontario, The Nook is a secluded cabin ideal for couples who are looking for the perfect escape. Part retreat, part refuge, it features a private sandy-pebbled beach, a fully equipped propane-powered kitchen (fridge, freezer, oven, water heater and lights) and three-piece bathroom, complete with claw-foot bathtub. Though only ten minutes east of Picton along Adolphus Reach, The Nook could be a million miles from nowhere. It offers the calm of languid days and the comfort of tranquil nights, whether you’re lounging on the screened-in porch or surveying the shoreline by sea kayak. In short, it’s funky, unfussy and blissful.
Prices start at $290 (two nights)
For photos, bookings and more information – Ruth’s website