All rooms are air conditioned
and the windows also open for fresh Island breezes. We had a gentleman call one day a decade ago from one of Charlottetown's better hotels where the windows didn't open. Little did we know that when we checked him into the Premier's Suite for a two night stay that he was a travel writer. This appeared in the magazine six months later:
“This (being in a climate controlled hotel with sealed windows) would not do. We plunged into our arsenal of guidebooks and within minutes had checked out of the late twentieth century and were on our way to a more congenial era in the form of the Elmwood Heritage Inn converted by its owners into an atmospheric and charming bed-and-breakfast.” - Conde Nast Traveler
All our rooms and suites feature:
The bathrooms all have either:
- luxury support queen sized pillow top Simmons BeautyRest beds,
- cozy bathrobes,
- iPod/iPhone dock CD/clock radios,
- colour cable TVs with VCRs, (Flat Screen TVs and DVDs are bing installed this season)
- irons and boards,
- and hairdryers.
- footed Victorian soaking tubs with showers
- or double sized Ultra Bath therapeutic air whirlpools with showers,
- and two with a separate corner shower in addition to the whirlpool.
The unique antiques show up throughout the house and every room has a focal point that sets it apart. Hand made quilts are on all the beds.
Second floor common room
Business Amenities including
- WiFi for laptop use throughout the house plus we will supply a wireless card for older laptops.
- or use the house laptop in the Reception Hall
- free access to our fax and printer.
- Meetings can be arranged with notice.
There is a common guest living room with its own fireplace and balcony on the 2nd floor, complimentary stocked guest refrigerator, CD player, and both VHS and DVDs and reading collections. Our videos include over 200 titles with over 50 "Best Picture" Academy Award winners.
While changes have been made to accommodate the Bed and Breakfast, we feel that there is an appropriate balance between elegance and "homey"-ness and between privacy and our personal hospitality.