The Olde Wharf
The Olde Wharf
The Olde Wharf was built in late 2007, where a ship wharf once stood long ago. At one time, the Wheatley River road ran along the river, set between water and woods. About fifty years ago, a new paved road was placed 100 meters higher. The terrain is now great for walking, or if you are feeling more relaxed, to rest by the picnic table. We also have easily accessible kayaks to paddle away on the river to Rustico. You can paddle for hours, and fish, in a magnificent piece of nature.The owner of the Olde Wharf, who is originally from the Netherlands, respects and lets nature have her way and also expects that from her visitors.
The apartment is furnished in a style that combines both modern European as well as an antique style. It is also fully equipped to rest after all your outdoor activities.
Even though the Olde Wharf is located in the beautiful countryside, most of the sights that Prince Edward Island has to offer can be found within a 15 minute drive. These sights include, but are not nearly limited to, Prince Edward Island’s capital Charlottetown, Cavendish with the historical home of Lucy Maud Montgomery (author of Anne of Green Gables), the small fishing-village of Rustico, Brackley Beach National Park and the largest art gallery, restaurant and gardens: The Dunes. We also suggest that you visit The Great Canadian Soap Store in and Gaudreau Fine Woodworking. Aside from the restaurant at The Dunes, you can eat at other restaurants such as New Glasgow Lobster Supper, Preserve Company in New Glasgow or The Dayboat in Rustico.
The most important aspect of your stay at The Olde Wharf is the relaxed homelike atmosphere, while you are surrounded by the beauty of nature!