I was with my cousin and we wandered all over. It is so peaceful and relaxing. Easy to imagine young Anne being here.
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We were here about 15 years ago Elon a visit to Cavendish, when our kids were kids - we returned with 2 adults and their girlfriends and our 16 year old baby! We needed a bigger cottage this time. Everything was VERY clean, pool was...More
Visited June 23, before full swing of tourist season. With Free National Parks Pass this year, you can visit for free. Moved by how many people are touched and in love with Anne. Attracts people from around the world and in the summer busloads! That...More
I loved seeing the place that inspired the book that I read as a child and again as an adult. The highlight was walking the grounds and walking through the house. The furniture is not original, which is a bit of a bummer. The gift...More
This house was clearly on a piece of open land, with nothing around it years ago. I came with my husband who is a huge Anne of Green Gable's fan and two teenagers. You park in a very large parking lot. And walk up to...More
The house is completely open to the public, also other buildings. Food and drink available to be purchased. Lovely time strolling along lover's lane and along the hike.
if you are a fan of anne, be sure to make a stop. it was nice to see the house as ive always pictured it, though inside it is not true to the book or characters and more just period appropriate décor. the authors birthplace...More
I so enjoyed seeing this house and grounds as a created setting of Anne of Green Gables, as LM Montgomery's cousin's home and as a 19th century PEI farmhouse. The house is in wonderful condition and the grounds are well-cared for and relaxing. Free in...More
As a true Anne of Green Gables lover, I had been dreaming about visiting Green Gables for a very long time and I finally got the chance. I was very excited about coming, but also a little nervous that Green Gables wouldn't meet the high...More