Prince Edward Island Beach House - The King Fisher Beach House offers twenty–five acres of farmland and beach with totally private access, miles of walking beach and an extraordinary bird life including the graceful Bald Eagle. Prince Edward Island has 333 different species of birds.
This PEI Beach House sleeps 12 in the main house and 2 in separate carriage house.
One of the loveliest beach houses in Eastern Kings County, Prince Edward Island. The Kingfisher Beach House is located between Basin Head Beach (home of the Singing Sands) and the North Lake dunes on the shores of Northumberland Strait, across from Nova Scotia. To the west of the house is the Singing Sands Beach at Basin Head. This beach is rated number one here on Prince Edward Island and Canada, also number two in North America. When you visit be sure to scuff your feet and hear the sand sing....
The house itself has seven bedrooms, six en-suites and a fully carpeted playroom basement. The kitchen is one of the most modern high-end designs. The living area and wrap around deck have magnificent views of the ocean vista. The sunrise and sunset are second to none. Bikes and boats with life jackets are provided for your enjoyment. This Prince Edward Island luxury accommodation rental offers a guest house. The guest house has a kitchen, living room and bathroom, bedroom with queen bed plus a gym and sauna.
When you book this beautiful Prince Edward Island beach house you will have everything you will need to enjoy your island vacation. The beach house is completely equipped with everything....
Souris is the town closest to the Kingfisher beach house, it is about 15 minutes. Charlottetown, the capital of Prince Edward Island is one hour and 15 minutes from this PEI beach house.
There is a lot to see and do in eastern Prince Edward Island. Our eastern beaches range from red sand, white sand and of course our singing sand beach, there are over 50 beaches in the east end of the island for you to explore! Don't forget to vist the best ...Basin Head Beach which boarders the Kingfisher beach house.
If golfing is what you like to do you will be in paradise ...there are over 27 Prince Edward golf courses. In the eastern region there are three Provincial Golf Courses all within one hour; Crowbush Golf Course, Brudenell Golf Course, and Dundarave Golf Course. Avondale, Fox Meadow, Rollo Bay Greens and Belfast Highland Greens are a few others located in eastern Prince Edward Island. Lighthouses, Harbours, scenic heritage roads, the Confederation Trail's end of the line plus wonderful vistas are all waiting for you to come and explore....
Do you like to fish? The North Lake Harbor, which is considered the "Tuna Capital of the World" is 10 minutes from the house. Deep-Sea fishing plus tuna charters are available at the North Lake Harbour. If you want to try your hand at catching one of the Blue Giants think about the Tuna Cup Challenge it takes place at North Lake Harbor in September, not far from the house. If you like biking or just want o experience natural beauty the Confederation Trail is only 7 minutes from the house. The Confederation Trail runs from one end of the island to the other it is the old railway trail across Prince Edward Island that was created by the government when the railway system was stopped on Prince Edward Island. Elmira is where the railway system ended so it is considered "the end of the line". You can walk, run, or bike right across this beautiful little island called Prince Edward Island. Canada's best kept secret!!!!
Prince Edward Island is also renowned for its exceptional seafood-lobster, oysters, clams, mussels and local fish of great quality and variety. The Kingfisher kitchen is just the place to enjoy our island's great seafood. There is a fish shack in Souris plus a couple of seafood trucks where you can purchase this fresh fish.
Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island. It is home of Canada's Confederation, which is celebrating 150 years this year, 2017. You will find shopping, theater and marvelous history of the early days in the Maritimes as well as the live theatre show of our "Anne of Green Gables", which is a must see during your stay here on our island. Enjoy the confederation walk around the oldest streets of Charlottetown with characters from the confederation era. Harbour cruises and other tours are available for you to enjoy.
If you have any questions on the house, area or Prince Edward Island in general please contact us.