Green Gay Bulls B&B is a restored Victorian Home, built in the late 1800's. It stands at the front of 3 acres of manicured lawns, a section of woods and 149 feet of water frontage on the Vernon River. There is a wharf nearby, where if you have a canoe or kayak with you, you can launch and go for a scenic trip up the river. In the evening, guests can relax around the fire pit.
Guest rooms include free WiFi. Bathroom facilities are shared with other guests.
In the morning, guests can have a full breakfast including fresh muffins, eggs, bacon, coffee, tea and homemade preserves.
There is a Gentlemen's smoking veranda at the front of the house, a deck bordering the fish pond, spacious gardens and a comfy bench under a large willow tree.
Situated on the Trans- Canada Highway, Green Gay Bulls is 20 minutes' drive from the Wood Island ferry terminal and also 20 minutes' drive from Charlottetown. There is plenty of parking available for guests.