Wellington, Prince Edward County

Life is yours to celebrate in Wellington where the lake joins the sky and a refreshing breeze brings a wave of revitalization.  Wellington has become a hot spot tourist destination bursting with boutiques, galleries, Festival Players theatre, casual and fine dining, nightlife, library, places of worship, golfing, a waterfront park, beach and boardwalk.

Indulge in small scale urban living, where a stroll to the Village to meet friends for a cappuccino, to gather fresh vegetables or artisan bread at the farmers market, or to visit the historic library for the latest good read are a part of everyday living.

Evenings promise fabulous casual dining in a selection of notable restaurants including favourites such as East & Main or the trendy Drake Devonshire…. Perhaps followed by a cocktail and jazz performance at Staches lounge, a stop at the Midtown microbrewery or a stroll on the beach boardwalk!

Savour all that the beautiful island of Prince Edward County offers.  There is something for everyone.  It is rife with wineries and vineyards, acclaimed as one of Canada’s newest VQA wine regions, and has distinguished itself among foodies for its organic farms, wineries, breweries and artisan cheese factories. Top chefs have flocked to “The County” for its abundance of local goods.  Wellington is small urban living on a grand scale!

VIDEO: AN OVERVIEW OF PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

See what Prince Edward County’s all about – a thriving farm-to-table culinary scene, award-winning wineries, stunning natural vistas, easy lakeside living in a small-town community…and so much more.

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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY: CANADA’S COOLEST ISLAND HIDEOUT

A short hop from Toronto, this grassroots island on Lake Ontario is whittling a reputation for its independent restaurants, wine, upcycled hotels and funky vintage stores.
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Condé Nast Traveller May 2016


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PEC IN MACLEAN’S “10 PLACES YOU’VE GOT TO SEE”

Jutting into the vast waters of Lake Ontario, on the northern shore between Kingston and Oshawa, is Prince Edward County—a peninsula connected to the mainland by an isthmus so thin that the county may as well be an island.
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