Prince Edward Island tearooms
Staying busy on PEI?
PEI Sound & Light Show,
Jazz & Blues Festival,
Cavendish Beach Music Festival (previous stars include Tim McGraw, Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, and more),
Indian River Festival,
performances at the Harbourfront Theatre,
the Charlottetown Festival where you might get to see Anne Of Green Gables–The Musical (TM),
the Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival, to start with.
And of course the famous food fairs like the
Summerside Lobster Carnival,
L’Exposition Agricole et Le Festival Acadien,
International Shellfish Festival,
and the month-long Fall Flavors Culinary Festival where you can learn how to shuck oysters, watch the fastest potato peeler, make cider or bannocks, visit organic gardens and orchards, sample chocolate and cranberry pound cake, dine at a famous restaurant or out in the woods, practice Acadian farm skills, go deep sea fishing, and maybe find a great afternoon tea in Prince Edward Island tearooms.
Tell us about your favorite places to drink green tea or traditional British afternoon teas in Charlottetown, Cavendish Beach, Dalvay by the Sea, Kensington, Georgetown, Stratford, and Avonlea where “good friends are always together in spirit (Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables).”
Please include their street and city, or as listed by Google.
Just complete the form below to share your story with the world. Thank you.
Do you have a great story about tea in your neighborhood?
Tell us all about it here!
Did you like this page on Prince Edward Island tearooms? Explore more about afternoon tea here
This page was last updated by Sharon Jones on April 27, 2013.
Sign up here for free subscription to the Green Tea Health Newsletter:
Add flowering tea to flowers for Mom:
Does she love Alice In Wonderland?:
Everyone's favorite pattern:
Subscribe now and don't miss a single issue.
Find out more!