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Explore a battered coastline lashed by the turbulent waves of the cold Atlantic waters, take lengthy afternoon drives to nearby National Parks, where island wildlife roams free across windswept wetlands, or visit the neighboring urban location of Charlottetown, where glamorous malls, multiscreen cinemas, and trendy restaurants await - the tranquil coastal town of Stratford is an excellent base for exploring the dramatic coastline and impressive scenery of Canada’s Prince Edward Island.

Things to see

The Tea Hill Park sits on the edge of Stratford, overlooking the turbulent waters of the Northumberland Strait. Shallow pools form on the wide sandy beach when the tide goes out, leaving behind flailing crabs and balls of tangled seaweed for children to discover. In its 15 acres of tree-lined grounds, cricket is played on the open pitch, and public functions and annual festivals bring swarms of people to join in the fun. The Robert L. Cotton Trail leads away from the park dedicated to the same local businessman, following a route lined with wild flowers and planted herb gardens, feeding stations for local and migratory birds, and a tranquil arboretum, while further north, nearer the center of town the Bunbury Outdoor Rink is an open air hockey stadium used by the local team. It’s given over to ice skating on certain winter days, and seasonal festivals are held here when Christmas draws near. Shoppers head to Kinloch Plaza, where a series of outlet stores line a large car park, otherwise, nearby Charlottetown has some upmarket places to shop.

Hotels in Stratford

Stratford is a largely residential area, and it’s limited in terms of tourist accommodation. If you want to visit the area and stay for a few days, Charlottetown, just across the Strait, has better choice. In general, hotels in Stratford area are modern and well-presented. You can find some luxury hotels with modern amenities like satellite TV channels and upgraded bathrooms, but most are discount hotels with comfortable rooms, complimentary breakfasts, and free parking. One or 2 feature in-house spas, but plenty have their own gyms, fitness centers, and swimming pools to use.

Where to stay

Quiet, and very suburban, Stratford is bordered by the whipping surf of the North Atlantic Ocean, forming windswept beaches of soft dark sands, at various intervals around the coast. It’s a fertile and green landscape, and proud of its recreation areas and parklands, and booking hotels in Stratford area, and the neighboring town, put you close to the natural reserves this area of Prince Edward Island is famous for. It’s accessible for discovering more of the island’s favorite hotspots, with the Prince Edward Island National Park lying to the north a firm favorite with visitors.

How to get to Stratford

You have a choice of international airports when you fly towards Prince Edward Island, and between Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Nova Scotia and the Greater Moncton International Airport on New Brunswick you’ll find yourself as close as possible to arriving in Stratford. The island is served by a connecting bridge, which makes onwards travel by bus a possibility, but the easiest method of traveling is by hire car. Hotels in Stratford and the surrounding area are good for offering complimentary parking, and since the island is so wide, with plenty of things to see, you’ll be glad of your own transport while you’re here.