The ideal summer business for active semi-retirees who enjoy meeting people and the opportunity to develop a quality restaurant serving the many vacationing cottagers who flock to Prince Edward Island. The Singing Sands Inn, located an hour east of Charlottetown in a country setting with a view out to the Northumberland Strait, overlooks Basin Head and the nearby Singing Sands Beach, named the best beach in Canada in 2013 by the Canadian travel website vacay.ca. The website also noted the beach has the warmest waters north of Florida.
This 15-unit two-level motel and licensed restaurant fronts on Highway 16 at the top of an eight-acre waterfront property with an expansive lawn and a swimming pool and hot tub. Lower down the property is the largest grass labyrinth of its kind in North America and (under renewal) an ecological nature trail to the foreshore through natural habitat for birds and foxes.
We have enjoyed this business for over 22 years, providing a relaxing atmosphere for families, beach lovers, and travelers to the Magdalene Islands and sport fishermen seeking to hook up with or feed the giant Bluefin Tuna, some weighing 1,000 pounds. The waterfront location alone is an investment with growth potential. Similarly, shoulder season and winter activities could extend the attractions offered beyond our experience. This is a turnkey operation. Verifiable inquiries welcomed.
In the aerial photo, the 8-acre property can be identified by the building and swimming pool at the top adjacent to Highway 16. The colour aerial beach view shows the Singing Sands beach at the outlet of Basin Head Lagoon. The grass labyrinth is over 160 ft. in diameter.
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