I stayed at Dalvay twice: once in 1972 and again in 1973. At that time, the place was run by a French couple (husband and wife from Lyons and Geneva). The price was (drum roll, please!) $17/day --- and that INCLUDED three meals a day. The food then was excellent. The rooms were old-fashioned but comfortable. No TV or radio,... More
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Dalvay By The Sea
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dalvay-By-The-Sea, a National Historic Site of Canada, is an elegant Queen Anne Revival home built in 1895 by a Scottish-American oil tycoon. A summer resort hotel since the 1930's, Dalvay By-The-Sea is located at the east end of Prince Edward Island's National Park on scenic Dalvay Beach. There are 25 guest rooms; all are largely furnished in period antiques and all rooms offer a four-piece private bath. Each of our rooms is singular and unique. In addition, there are eight three-bedroom cottages located adjacent to the inn, offering vistas of the ocean, Dalvay Lake and acres of manicured grounds. The inn currently operates from June 1st - mid October, offering both accommodations and dining. ... more less
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