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School Street House - Accommodations
Since 1874
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School Street House

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The House
History
Constance MacFarlane
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Planning a visit to Niagara on the Lake? Check out the Rogers Harrison house also equipped with musical instruments for guests so inclined.

Rates

All rates are based on 1-4 guests. There is an extra cost for additional guest.

In July & August, there are weekly bookings available: Weekly rate: (Saturday to Saturday) $1500. CAD plus 10% provincial sales tax.

During the shoulder season, there is a minimum three day stay: Three day rate: $700. CAD plus 10% provincial sales tax.

Other times of the year there may be a day rate available: Daily: $250. CAD per day plus 10% provincial sales tax.

$200.00 fully refundable damage deposit due upon check-in.

Deposit for 50% of total is required with reservation.

Should you cancel less than 8 weeks prior to your arrival your deposit will not be reimbursed unless the house is rebooked, in which case your deposit will be refunded less a $50. CAD service charge.

Terms

Strictly non-smoking premises

No pets please

French language service available

Check-In Time: after 3:00 PM
(to be arranged with Housekeeper)

Check-Out Time: 10:00 AM

Where Is School Street House?

School Street (Walthen Drive) is located in the heart of Canada's cradle of confederation, the historic city of Charlottetown, population: 32,000. More information about the history of Charlottetown may be found at The City of Charlottetown.

"I love this place already. I always heard that Prince Edward Island was the most beautiful place in Canada, and I used to imagine I was living here. This is the first dream that has ever come true for me."
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Anne of Green Gables
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by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Charlottetown is the capital city of Canada's smallest Province, Prince Edward Island, population: 140,000. Meetings which took place here in 1864 led to the formation of the great nation of Canada. A brief history of Prince Edward Island may be found here.