Argyle Shore Accommodations
The Endless Sand Beaches of Prince Edward Island
PEI is a beach-lover's dream. It seems that no where on Prince Edward Island doesn't have a beach to offer.
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Argyle Shore, an unincorporated community, is situated on the southern shoreline of Prince Edward Island, on the northern shores of the Northumberland Strait, just a short drive to the renowned Confederation Bridge. Argyle Shore can be found on Highway 19, and is also a member of Queens County. First settlers to Argyle Shore came from Scotland, naming the community after Argyllshire, Scotland. Argyle Shore is an approximate driving distance of just 27.6 km (17.1 mi.) southwest of Charlottetown
Argyle Shore is the proud home of the Argyle Shore Provincial Park, which boasts beautiful picnic areas, an unsupervised beach and pristine views of the shoreline and the sea. The landscape in and around Argyle Shore is breath-taking, with rolling hills, beaches, farmlands, big skies and wildlife. Enjoy swimming in the ocean, beachcombing, clam digging, theatre, hiking, boating, golfing, fine-dining and so much more. As well, other nearby communities offer an array of entertainment and scenic beauty.
Argyle Shore accommodations include numerous cottages and bed and breakfasts.
A Distant Shore Beachfront Cottages
Argyle Shore Waterview Cottages
Downhome Destination Century Farm Home
Summer Garden Bed And Breakfast & Cottage
8148 Argyle Shore Rd., Rte 19
Williams' Oceantide Cottages