Where to Stay in Prince Edward County (2024): Accommodation & Area Guide

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Wondering Where To Stay In Prince Edward County? Here’s Our Experience!

Heading for “The County”? Great idea! Prince Edward County is a wonderful region to explore in Ontario with lots of things to do and see. From wine tasting to checking out breweries, Sandbanks Provincial Park or just spending time in nature, there’s something for everyone.

If you’re staying overnight, however, finding the best places to stay in Prince Edward County (for you) can be a little tough. The region isn’t huge, but the towns/wineries/attractions tend to be spaced out quite a bit. This is where we come in!

We really love The County. Having been many times over the years (living in Kingston helped), we’re always finding something new to check out. Last time, we stayed at Montrose Inn nearby and really liked it.

So, in this guide, we’ll walk you through accommodations by type and then the best areas to stay in Prince Edward County with top recommendations in each – like Merrill House in Picton and Newsroom Suites in Wellington.

Friendly Disclosure: We paid for the accommodation we stayed at ourselves and were not told to include it in this article.

Accommodations By Type

The nice thing about The County is that there honestly is something for everyone: wine, beaches, hiking, music, culture, food, beer, etc. This variation of interests that attracts different visitors is reflected in all the different types of accommodations available.

The whole region is packed with different places to stay if you’re spending the night or two (or more). However, the summer months do book up fast and in advance. So, if you know you are visiting, be sure to book your accommodation early or you risk not finding a place at all.

This upper section is all about accommodation types. So, if you are looking for a specific accommodation type – hotel, bed and breakfast, resort, cottage, etc. – let’s jump into the different accommodation types in Prince Edward County.

FYI: Accommodation names can be a little strange. Some “inns” actually function like bed and breakfasts. Some rental apartments are called “suites”. Just focus on what the accommodation offers you and whether it fulfills your needs.

Hotels In Prince Edward County

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The entrance to The Drake is steps from the heart of Wellington.

Given the growing popularity of the area, there are several hotels in Prince Edward County. The hotels that exist are quite popular, well-rated, and generally located in the two bigger town centres – Picton and Wellington.

The best hotels in Prince Edward County offer a mix of amenities, such as an onsite bar and/or restaurant, bike rentals, parking, and more.

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There’s a variety from super simple budget hotels to rustic and/or cool boutique hotels. There are essentially no chain-brand hotels in The County but some nearby in Belleville and Trenton.

So, if you want a hotel in Prince Edward County, we’ve divided up the hotels by type so you can see the ones that might align with your style/needs and budget!

While there are a number of hotels in Prince Edward County, there are a few that stand out as a top choice for those exploring the region. Consider these great hotels in top areas:

Popular Prince Edward County Hotels

If you’d like some more info, keep reading to discover more hotel options sorted by budget and/or style.

Cheap Hotels in Prince Edward County

If you are searching for budget hotels in Prince Edward County, you’ll have some luck. Generally speaking, accommodation prices in PEC – especially in the busy summer and fall seasons – can be high (due to demand and popularity).

However, you can find some cheaper hotels/guesthouse options relative to some of the top hotels.

As for why they are “cheap” – there is nothing bad about them. The difference is typically that they offer fewer amenities (like restaurants, water views, spa access, etc.) compared to other hotels.

Many of these budget hotels are in/close to Picton or Wellington – meaning you don’t have to stay in the middle of nowhere just to save a few bucks. So, if you need a budget place to stay for a few days, consider these hotels in great areas:

Outside the County, you can definitely find a few cheaper hotel (often chain) options in both nearby Belleville or in Trenton (but Belleville has better options).

So, if you don’t mind a short drive into the County each day, you can find decent hotels below:

Boutique Hotels in Prince Edward County

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The June Motel definitely qualifies as a boutique hotel in Prince Edward County.

As the County grows in popularity, so has the number of diverse places to stay. No longer is the County served by only older-style inns and bed and breakfasts – not that there’s anything wrong with this. It just means there’s a better hotel offering in the region for visitors to choose from.

These days, boutique hotels are popping up in top areas (Wellington and Picton) and offering visitors a more upscale stay.

Some of these hotels are trendy and even a bit quirky, while others rely on a minimalist design to make for a more relaxed setting.

If you’re looking for a boutique hotel in Prince Edward County, you have to check out some of these beautiful places to stay:

Luxury Hotels in Prince Edward County

Over the years, Prince Edward County has transformed from a sleepy country destination to a booming vacation spot for visitors.

The accommodations – and their amenities offered – have seemed to catch up with the city clientele and there are now a handful of really nice places to stay in Prince Edward County.

As for amenities, many of the hotels/accommodations below have something “wow” to offer – whether it be cabin rentals overlooking the lake, elegant style, an onsite spa or restaurant, etc.

Below are a handful of the most luxurious spots in PEC:

  • Cribs on Main – A smaller, boutique suite hotel right on the main street in the heart of Picton (Our Pick)
  • The Royal – A historic, luxuriously renovated hotel with spa right in downtown Picton
  • Wander The Resort – A calming, upscale cabin resort hotel with pool and lake views just outside Wellington
  • The Drake Devonshire – The super trendy hotel at the waterfront in Wellington

Bed and Breakfasts in Prince Edward County

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Driving up to Montrose Inn – it’s like its own green oasis!

Because the whole County is centered around finding relaxation and enjoying a slower pace, there are quite a few bed and breakfasts in Prince Edward County to choose from. Seriously, there are so many traditional bed and breakfasts that you can stay at scattered all across the County.

Just so you know, bed and breakfasts are different from “inns” in this post as B&Bs offer exactly that – a bed and breakfast. Inns generally have a restaurant that offers the other meals, too.

Having said that, there are great B&Bs in Prince Edward County – many in old houses that add to the authenticity of a County stay. Since they are everywhere – from Picton to the lakefront – you can find a B&B in a great location for you!

When we visited Prince Edward County, we stayed in a bed and breakfast, but it was just outside The County. We stayed at Montrose Inn and loved it.

The bed and breakfast was just a quick drive from The County over the Bay Bridge. We had a car and we definitely weren’t the only guests doing this!

omelette on plate with fruit and coffee on table at bed and breakfast.
Breakfast was great – and the freshly baked muffins were awesome!

The big, historic house was cool to stay in – with green space all around and ample parking. Our room (most rooms) came with a large veranda and patio furniture to enjoy.

The hosts were friendly and the breakfast served on the front porch was excellent (it included freshly-baked muffins)!

Again, please note that we paid for our stay ourselves. We weren’t invited to stay – we just booked it and we would recommend it. It even made our post on favourite bed and breakfasts in Ontario.

In any case, since there are several bed and breakfasts in the actual County, we’ve included a variety of the top-rated ones to get you started:

Apartments in Prince Edward County

Although bed and breakfasts do tend to dominate the area’s accommodations, you can also find a number of apartments or “suites”. Suites or apartments make for a great base to call your home for a few days while you explore the County.

Many have kitchens/kitchenettes that allow you to save money and cook some meals yourself – making them a great option for families or larger groups.

You can check here for apartments/suites in Prince Edward County. Listed below are a few lovely apartments or suites in great locations. Some of these are very popular so be sure to book if they are available (and you know your travel dates):

Inns in Prince Edward County

As we stated above, there are also some Inns in Prince Edward County. Inns are different from bed and breakfasts in the sense that they usually have more rooms and offer food (like lunch and dinner).

However, this rule isn’t perfect – and you’ll find cozy accommodations with other amenities that call themselves inns, too!

You can check below for great inns in Prince Edward County:

Vacation/Cottage Rentals in Prince Edward County

Slightly different than just renting an apartment/suite for a few days is the option of renting a cottage or a “holiday home” in Prince Edward County. Generally, these cottages for rent are the whole property/house and have access to water – but not always.

Also, you can find rental cottages located within resorts in the County. These cottages give you access to a resort’s amenities (like a pool). We mention booking at a resort in the next section if that’s what you are looking for.

Check Here for Cottages/Vacation Homes in PEC

As for cottage rentals in Prince Edward County, these properties are great for larger groups and or people wanting to stay for a week or longer (like over the summer season) so be sure to book well in advance.

Specifically, check out these top rentals that might make a great holiday in the County:

Resorts in Prince Edward County

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Lake on the Mountain has cabins right at the water.

Given how popular the area is, it’s no surprise that The County is home to several resort-style accommodations.

Resorts in Prince Edward County are generally close to a shoreline/body of water. Resorts also offer guests access to a variety of amenities like barbecues, pools, fire pits, playgrounds, complimentary water toys (canoes, kayaks, etc), and more.

Resorts are great for families with kids who want their own cottage/rental space but have the option to partake in other activities to make their stay in the County perfect. So, check out these resorts in the County:

Camping in Prince Edward County

An accommodation post wouldn’t be complete without mentioning other places to stay and sleep like campgrounds, RV parks, and opportunities for glamping.

For these, Fronterra Farms is known for their rugged yet luxurious glamping tents.

For RVs, Smugglers Cove RV Resort, North Shore RV Park, and Sun Retreats Sandbanks are just a few well-rated resorts/parks.

Many RV resorts also double as campgrounds (but not all) and, of course, car camping at Sandbanks PP is a very popular option!

Accommodations By Town/Area

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You can’t go wrong with good ol’ Picton!

Alright, so now that we have gone over the accommodations by type in Prince Edward County, it’s time to go over the best areas to stay in Prince Edward County.

Remember: Most of the accommodations are clustered around Picton, Wellington, and near Sandbanks but you will find accommodations all over The County.

We will start by telling you about the area, what you can find there, and what kind of visitor it might be a good fit for. Then, we’ll dive into a handful of great accommodation choices for you to look at.

If you’re saying “I’m ready” and you aren’t too picky about style or budget, then have a look at our top accommodation picks in each of the areas listed below:

Top Accommodations By PEC Area

One last thing to remember: Many of the accommodations operate in the summer season – roughly May to the end of October.

Some are also open during the winter but definitely not all of them (especially the cottage rentals/resorts). So be sure to check if the place is even taking bookings for your dates.

If you’re ready, let’s dive into the best areas to stay in Prince Edward County!

Picton – For A Central Location

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Downtown Picton is popular and has lots to offer!

If you want to stay in the more central area of Prince Edward County, then you should be looking at Picton. Picton is the largest town in the area and has become a bit of a magnet for things in the region.

Many people travelling to The County stop in Picton because the main road from all three main ways into the County (Highway 49, 62, and 33 from East to West, respectively) converge in Picton. This makes the town a busy spot in the summertime and a great place for a supply stop.

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There are lots of shops, restaurants, great coffee, and more in Picton.

There are a number of restaurants, shops and stores, breweries and cafes, and other small attractions to check out in Picton.

When we visited Picton, we went to Beacon Bike + Brew for a coffee, but there’s also the Regent Theatre, 555 Brewing, and more places to check out!

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For these reasons, Picton is a popular place to stay because you are a quick drive to basically anywhere in the region – wineries, breweries, Sandbanks, Lake on the Mountain Park and other conservation areas, etc.

There’s also a marina in Picton Harbour (part of Picton Bay) which allows for boating access, too.

Below you’ll find some great accommodations in Picton. As we mentioned, there are plenty of properties in Picton to suit all styles – but be sure to book ahead because the best places book up for the busy summer season. If something you like is free for your dates, snatch it up!

Merrill House – Check Now

  • Style: A Beautiful and Trendy Boutique Inn/Hotel
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: Close to Picton Harbour, a very short walk to central Picton
  • Featured Amenities: Bar/restaurants onsite, great breakfast, parking, green outdoor space

Picton Harbour Inn – Check Now

  • Style: A Classic, Cozy Harbour Hotel
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: Overlooking Picton Harbour right at the docks.
  • Featured Amenities: Rooms with balconies (some water views), onsite restaurant

Cribs on Main – Check Now

  • Style: A Chic, Boutique Suite Hotel
  • Price Range: Upper Mid-Range
  • Location: In the heart of Picton above a lovely bookstore
  • Featured Amenities: Free parking, lots of luxurious little touches

Loyalist Lofts Apartments – Check Now

  • Style: Simple and Lovely Apartments
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: In a quiet neighbourhood just one street from the main street in Picton
  • Featured Amenities: Full kitchen, parking included, incredible location

Courthouse B&B – Check Now

  • Style: A Homely and Simple B&B
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: A quick walk to the heart of Picton – by the Courthouse!
  • Featured Amenities: Covered porch, great breakfast included, air conditioning

Wellington – For Lake Views/Waterfront

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There are a few things to check out in Wellington – from breweries to galleries and more.

If you want to have amenities close by and stay close to the water, then Wellington is likely for you.

Slightly smaller than Picton but still buzzing with activity, Wellington is a historic little town right on the water of Lake Ontario and the top end of West Lake.

Wellington is also popular to stay in because you are a quick drive to Sandbanks – and it’s easy to get to because Highway 33 runs right through it.

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The famous Drake overlooks the water right in downtown Wellington.

You can find a bunch of things to check out like Midtown Brewing Company, Wellington Beach, The Old Greenhouse Ice Cream Shop, some art galleries, Wellington Heritage Museum, and more!

There are other restaurants, but check out North Docks Kitchen + Drinks for a summer meal or a beer. Eric has been and really liked it!

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Below you’ll find some of the best accommodations in Wellington. Keep in mind that Wellington is a popular spot (the waterfront, beach, brewery, etc) so places book up in advance of the busy summer season.

As with Picton, our advice is to book ahead and if something you like is free for your dates, snatch it up!

Newsroom Suites – Check Now

  • Style: A Small and Charming Guesthouse/Hotel
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: Steps from the heart of Wellington, close to the waterfront
  • Featured Amenities: Free parking, basic kitchenettes, air conditioning

The Lakeside – Check Now

  • Style: A Chic, Cozy Inn/Motel (with glamping tents available)
  • Price Range: Upper Mid-Range
  • Location: Right on the main road in Wellington with waterfront access
  • Featured Amenities: Huge waterfront green space, pool, fire pits, snacks onsite

The Village Suites – Check Now

  • Style: Nice and Comfortable Apartments
  • Price Range: Lower Mid-Range
  • Location: Steps from the main intersection of Wellington
  • Featured Amenities: Kitchenettes in apartments, free parking onsite

Hadovka Lakeside Inn – Check Now

  • Style: A Cute, Cozy Lakefront B&B
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: Right in Wellington, a stone’s throw from Wellington Beach
  • Featured Amenities: Room with balcony, nice breakfast

The Birch Suites and Cottages – Check Now

  • Style: Fun and Functional Waterfront Cottages
  • Price Range: Varies – check date
  • Location: Close to the water, a short walk to Wellington Beach
  • Featured Amenities: Some cottages with lake views, kitchens, and/or patios

Bloomfield – For a Tiny Village

If you want to stay close to the main centres but value peace and quiet, then you should check out Bloomfield.

This small historic village (basically a handful of houses) is right on the main road (Highway 62/33) through the County. The area is generally quieter which some people like for their stay in The County!

The nice thing about Bloomfield is that you are just a quick drive from Picton and Wellington and the main wineries or breweries – and you still have a top restaurant or two by you (Agrarian Bistro). Matron Fine Beer is a hip brewery you can even walk to!

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Below you’ll find some great accommodations in Bloomfield. Beyond the few below, there are some other smaller B&Bs that don’t have a great web presence. So, you can always check them out by calling if you’re interested in the area!

Empire Inn and Suites – Check Now

  • Style: Modern and Cozy Self-catered Apartments
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: Right off the main road in the heart of Bloomfield
  • Featured Amenities: Suites with kitchens, onsite parking, outdoor sitting area, BBQ access

Isaiah Tubbs Resort – Check Now

  • Style: A Classic and Rustic Resort
  • Price Range: Upper Mid-Range
  • Location: Right on the shores of West Lake – very close to Sandbanks
  • Featured Amenities: Pool, private beach, onsite restaurant/bar, and more

The Eddie Hotel and Farm – Check Now

  • Style: A Quiet, Cool Farmhouse Hotel
  • Price Range: Upper Mid-Range
  • Location: Just off the main road (33/Loyalist Parkway) right between Bloomfield and Wellington
  • Featured Amenities: Nice breakfast, idyllic natural surroundings

We would also recommend checking out Angeline’s Inn because it’s highly rated and has several rooms/cabins with differing decor and a great onsite restaurant.

Carrying Place – For Quieter Stays

If you need to make a quick escape from The County through Trenton to the Highway (401) but still want to stay in The County, then check out Carrying Place.

Because of its location in the northwest of The County, this very small community is considered a “gateway” in and out of the area. The area got its name because it was a portaging route to the Bay of Quinte by Canadian Indigenous Peoples.

Today, at the actual main intersection of the community you’ll find a handful of food stops for ice cream, a diner, and of course, George’s Fish & Chips!

Check Here For Accommodations in Carrying Place

Below you’ll find some awesome accommodations in/close to Carrying Place.

Keep in mind the area isn’t huge so there aren’t a ton of options – but you’re still in The County and can drive anywhere easily and drive to leave The County super easily as well when you go to head home!

Owl’s Nest Suites – Check Now

  • Style: Stylish Farmhouse Suites
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: Very much in the quiet country, 5-minute drive from Carrying Place
  • Featured Amenities: Kitchenettes, walking trails, lovely host

The Empty Nest B&B – Check Now

  • Style: A Clean and Comfortable B&B
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: Right on the water, close to the north edge of The County (+ Highway 401)
  • Featured Amenities: Great host, good breakfast included, water views

Stoneburg Cove Cottages – Check Now

  • Style: Rustic, Simple Cottages
  • Price Range: Budget
  • Location: Near the water at Stoneburg Cove, a drive to Wellington or Quinte West
  • Featured Amenities: Onsite pool, fire pit

Cherry Valley – For Sandbanks/Camping

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A stay in Cherry Valley gets you close to Sandbanks Provincial Park!

If you’re heading for Prince Edward County with family or looking for a longer-term rental, then you should check out the area called Cherry Valley.

Located just a 10-15 minute drive to Picton, this area is known for its high concentration of waterfront rental cottages and resorts.

The nice thing about staying here is that you are close to the water and relatively close to Sandbanks Provincial Park.

Check Here For Accommodations in Cherry Valley

This makes the area great for campgrounds, too. The closest water is called East Lake – which is different from West Lake (which is closer to Wellington) – and these lakes are both separate from Lake Ontario!

There isn’t much to the actual “centre” of Cherry Valley – just a few shops like a general store and an antique shop. Still, it’s a good area to be close to the water in a cottage and you’re never more than a quick drive from the rest of The County.

Below you’ll find some great accommodations in the Cherry Valley area. While many of them are campground/resort-based, there are also some bed and breakfasts or other rentals scattered throughout.

Cherry Beach Resort – Check Now

  • Style: Family-style Cottage Resort
  • Price Range: Varies – check site for details
  • Location: At Flakes Cove right on East Lake
  • Featured Amenities: Private beach, pool, picnic areas, and more

East Lake Shores – Check Now

  • Style: Waterfront Rental Cottage Resort
  • Price Range: Varies – check site for details
  • Location: Right on the water at East Lake
  • Featured Amenities: Outdoor pool, gym, sports courts, and more

AWAY in the County Bed & Breakfast – Check Now

  • Style: A Chic, Bright Bed and Breakfast/Seasonal Home Rental
  • Price Range: Mid-Range
  • Location: Close to the water at East Lake
  • Featured Amenities: Pool and terrace to enjoy

Belleville – For Passing Through

One of the other areas you might consider staying in is just outside of the actual County. Close by, there are a few towns – with Belleville being the one that is most directly linked to The County (and with a direct road to Picton).

You’d consider staying in Belleville for a number of reasons: accommodations are booked up in PEC, you have a car and want easier access to both The County and Highway 401, or because you find a place that you like located there.

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When we visited The County most recently, we booked late so we ended up staying just outside Belleville at the Montrose Inn (but we’re so glad we did). You can also explore Belleville – there are a few things to do and there’s a nice big waterfront area.

That said, closer to Highway 401 are a few chain hotels for those heading for Kingston, Montreal, etc.

Belleville itself is a city with a small downtown but there are still a number of places to stay that will serve you right. Just know that if you stay in Belleville, you’ll need a car to then access The County during the day!

Below you’ll find some great accommodations in/near Belleville. Remember: This isn’t in Prince Edward County but will work for those travelling by car.

Montrose Inn – Check Now

  • Style: A Historic and Quaint B&B
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: Right on the water overlooking PEC – a quick drive to the Bay Bridge into the County
  • Featured Amenities: Free parking, super nice hosts, yummy breakfast included!

The Belvedere:Front Street Flats – Check Now

  • Style: A Bright, Stylish Apartment
  • Price Range: Upper Mid-Range
  • Location: Right in downtown Belleville, a doable drive to the County or Highway 401
  • Featured Amenities: Full kitchen, parking, restaurants close by

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson – Check Now

  • Style: A Classic, Simple Hotel
  • Price Range: Upper Budget
  • Location: Just off Highway 62 right between the 401 (convenient) and downtown Belleville
  • Featured Amenities: Pool and breakfast

FAQ

If you have questions about where to stay in Prince Edward County, Ontario, here are some detailed answers to get you on the right path!

What is the best area to stay for wine in PEC?

If you’re heading to Prince Edward County to visit wineries, you can stay pretty much anywhere and never be too far from a winery.

That said, the highest concentration of wineries is in/near Wellington and Hillier so a stay in Wellington would be the best option if we had to choose one.

Check out Villa di Casa – Boutique Hotel as it’s located very near to many wineries and not located right in downtown Wellington.

Of course, Huff Estates (a winery) has an onsite accommodation known as The Inn at Huff Estates. Doesn’t get much closer than that!

Where to stay in Prince Edward County for couples?

Couples looking for a great Ontario weekend getaway in The County will have loads of accommodation options to choose from.

Staying in one of the “centres” of Picton or Wellington will allow you to have places to go out for drinks and food without having to drive.

Accommodations with a little something “extra” are Wander The Resort (lakeside cabins) or The Lakeside in Wellington. A quieter country stay at nearby The Eddie Hotel and Farm might also be what you’re looking for, though.

Right in Picton, The Royal has the nice spa amenities and onsite dining but Cribs on Main would make for an upscale stay, too.

Where to stay when visiting Sandbanks?

You can stay pretty much anywhere in The County and be a short drive from Sandbanks Provincial Park.

If you want to stay very close by, here are a few suggestions for where to stay when visiting Sandbanks Provincial Park:

Sandbanks Provincial Park also has their own roofed accommodations (to be reserved online) which you can rent:

Is it better to stay in Picton or Wellington?

It depends. Picton is certainly the larger town with more services and amenities (groceries, LCBO, small shops, bars/restaurants, theatre, and more). It is relatively more central in The County with many roads running through it – and Picton has the Harbour close by.

Wellington is smaller but located right on Lake Ontario for amazing views. It also has services and amenities (groceries, LCBO, restaurants/shops, a beach). It is also technically closer to Sandbanks Provincial Park (but not by much).

Assuming you have a car, you can drive anywhere in The County in no time at all – so it doesn’t matter much which of these two places you choose. Both also have access to the Millennium Trail (for biking).

Wellington is closer to the highest concentration of wineries (near/around Hillier) but Picton has more breweries close by.

Since both towns have a good variety of quality accommodations, the answer is: it depends on your interests and which place still has accommodations available for your dates!

Related Articles

If you’re looking for more posts on visiting Prince Edward County, here are a few more to help you plan:

And there you have it – a rundown of where to stay in Prince Edward County! While some areas are more popular than others, picking a place to stay really comes down to what kind of Prince Edward County experience you are looking for.

Different properties and areas will appeal to different travel groups – but we’re confident that you can find something that fits your style and needs!

As always, Keep Exploring, eh?
-E&L

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Eric Wychopen is a Canadian content writer who loves to share his passion for Ontario. Originally from a small town in Simcoe County, he has almost 50 countries under his belt - but Ontario will always be home. Having travelled thousands of kilometres across the province for work and play, Eric has a wealth of knowledge about the province and is always looking for new experiences in Ontario.