Skip to content

Picton & Bloomfield Area

County Vacation Properties in Picton and Area

Abstract Art House (Harbourview Hideaway) – Sleeps 7 – $1900 / week
Asian Art House (Harbourview Hideaway) – Sleeps 6 – $1675 / week
Beehive Guest Suites – Sleeps 2 to 4 – $875 / $1505 / week
Harbourview Hideaway – Sleeps 13 – $3250 / week
Suites at 57 Mary – Sleeps 4 – $1050 / week & hst
Thompson Farmhouse Guest Wing – Sleeps 6 – $1250 / week
The Dahlia House – Sleeps 10 – $2500 / week

County Vacation Properties in Bloomfield and Area

302 Main – Sleeps 11 – $1950 / week plus hst
Bernard’s Place – Sleeps 8 to 10 – $1400 / week
Dragonfield House – Sleeps 6 – $2800 / week
The Noxon House – Sleeps 12 to 16 – $3800 / week 

* Rates are for weekly rental during high season (late June to early September).
Please email us to confirm quoted rates are current.

Picton 

Recognized as the cultural and economic hub of Prince Edward County, with its picturesque Main Street, art-deco Regent Theatre and a wide array of shops and services, this historic town has many treasures waiting to be discovered. The historic Crystal Palace (circa 1890) is one of the last remaining replicas of the original Crystal Palace, UK.  Families will want to visit the County Youth Park – next to the Crystal Palace – providing space for both skateboarders and BMXers to enjoy the park; younger children will enjoy the innovative playground.

Explore the town’s rich green space with a stroll through Delhi park or a hike up Macaulay Mountain both within easy reach of downtown. Take your dog for a much-needed frolic at the Delhi dog park or wonder at the history of Glenwood Cemetery, one of the most beautiful and historic cemeteries in Ontario. Historic Walking Tours of the grounds are offered through out July and August. Enjoy a self guided walking tour of Picton at any time.  Click History Lives Here for an engaging series on County history.

Bloomfield

Find the charming village of Bloomfield on the Loyalist Parkway in the centre of the County with only a flashing yellow light to slow you down. Make a stop at Slicker’s ice cream or enjoy an afternoon of boutique shopping ending in a delicious meal at a local restaurant. Farming, canning and cheese factories once played an important role in Bloomfield’s history, as did Quakerism.

Today, families will love the proximity to Sandbanks (10 minutes by car) along with the convenience of a great little public library, the Baxter Art building and of course Slicker’s ice cream which uses all local ingredients to craft the most delicious scoops around. Campfire Cream is a favourite. Just down Mill Street from Slicker’s, enjoy a picnic at the restored Bloomfield Mill Pond with playground and public tennis courts.

Advertisements
No comments yet

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: