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|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)|
|Distance to airport||3.6 mi|
|"Staff was very friendly, helpful."||(in 47 reviews)|
|"The bed was comfortable"||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Location was great close to downtown."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Air conditioner rattled and was filthy."||(in 33 reviews)|
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|air conditioner||in 36 reviews|
|bed comfortable||in 9 reviews|
|close to downtown||in 17 reviews|
|comfortable room||in 59 reviews|
|continental breakfast||in 33 reviews|
|free parking||in 15 reviews|
|hardware store||in 2 reviews|
|location is good||in 34 reviews|
|nice touch||in 6 reviews|
|old building||in 9 reviews|
|outdoor patio||in 4 reviews|
|proximity shopping restaurants||in 7 reviews|
|restaurant on site||in 17 reviews|
|room windows||in 2 reviews|
|sound proof||in 6 reviews|
|wonderful staff||in 62 reviews|
No heat in my room, so not enough fresh air in the room
Walking distance to shops and restaurants. Very clean. Stayed in the Annex.
Beautiful Building. Comfortable rooms. Great Location.
Great location, big room, very friendly staff! Comfortable beds!
The room was a bit dark
Very friendly staff (especially housekeeping and wait staff) excellent location and beautifully decorated with antiques. (The original house)
The annex add on was WAY too modern and was more like a motel than an Inn. Breakfast was not included and the 2 breakfasts we had were mostly cold. Ian the innkeeper deducted our breakfasts and was very helpful though. The annex rooms v.s. the Old part should be a much lower rate.
With a proven blend of Victorian splendor and contemporary luxury, Dundee Arms Inn welcomes you to our twenty-two beautifully appointed Inn and Annex rooms.An enviable reputation for hospitality, fine dining and gracious accommodation is a direct result of our attention to the smallest details of your comfort and care in this truly authentic Inn.Complimentary wireless Internet and HD television with expanded cable keep you connected to the outside world. Room-controlled air conditioning, our luxurious Paya Organics soaps and shampoos, guest robes and our comprehensive amenities ensure a pleasurable stay.This Queen Anne revival mansion was built by Lowe Bros. in 1903 for Mr. Parker Carvell, son of Lieutenant Governor Jedediah Slason Carvell. The family operated a flourishing produce business. A private residence until 1956, it was converted to an Inn in 1972. While extensive renovations have been done, we have taken care and sensitivity to maintain the propertys original charm and character.
based on 241 reviews
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- Friendly atmosphere
- Friendly service
- Good restaurant service
Policies vary by room type and provider.
Most Popular Landmarks
- Confederation Centre of the Arts 358 yd
- Province House 0.3 mi
- St. Dunstan's Basilica 0.3 mi
- Prince Edward Island National Park 12.8 mi
|Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)||3.6 mi|
|Moncton Intl||74.8 mi|