The residents of Prince Edward Island are no strangers to ghost stories. The small Atlantic province, with its rocky shores and unpredictable waters, is perfectly positioned for tales of phantom ships, sea monsters, buried treasure, and haunted lighthouses.
Chef Michael Smith’s Inn at Bay Fortune is the first five-star property on Prince Edward Island. While the inn itself is lovely, it’s chef Smith’s nightly family-style feast that draws in the crowds.
Canada is known for its many natural wonders, yes—but beaches?
Rather than revisiting raspberry cordial, broken slates, and puffed sleeves, the new series will instead focus on an original set of adventures for Anne and her Avonlea friends.
The story begins at a train station. Matthew Cuthbert, ready to meet the child that he and his sister Marilla have adopted, is informed that it is not a boy (as he had expected), but a girl—a loquacious girl with red hair.