Wexford Heritage House


Wexford Heritage House


Wexford Heritage House
4352 Route 19
Cumberland, PE C0A 1H2
(888) 675-2953


Come and stay at this Classic Prince Edward Island Vacation Home!

This large 19th century restored century vacation home on spacious grounds in a quiet relaxing cottage setting with secluded beach access is centrally located on approximately 200 acres of colorful family owned farmland and the beautiful “shining waters” of the Northumberland Strait. Its architecture and furnishings will please all selective guests.

The homestead has been in the family since built in 1879 - over 130 years! It was recently updated and meticulously restored by local craftsmen to provide every possible modern convenience, while carefully preserving its original Victorian charm. It has been awarded a 4 star rating by 'Canada Select'.

We are always happy to welcome you to our homestead, whether as a home base for golfing, or when keeping the tradition of family reunions. Our two main floor living rooms, large modern fully equipped cherry kitchen and separate dining room make friends and family gatherings easy to accommodate.

Previous visitors with an interest in antiques and history have been surprisingly pleased to find such authenticity combined with all the modern conveniences.

This little island, called PEI, is known for many things: the smallest province in Canada, its’ beautiful red sand beach, great potatoes, enchanting stories of Anne of Green Gables, the architectural feat of the Confederation Bridge, the birthplace of Canada are but a few. Whether you want to spend time golfing, tasting succulent local products, or simply relax at the beach, your stay at the Wexford Heritage House will be exceptional. There are 25 bicycle rental shops on the Island. With much of the land rising and falling in gentle slopes, add the Confederation Trail with its 357 kilometres (221 miles) of flat, groomed surface and you have a biker's and hiker's dream. Canoeing, kayaking, fishing. The Island is surrounded by warm summer water. If you're not in the ocean, you'll want to be on it.


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