Located on the beautiful Point East Coastal drive of Prince Edward Island, the Rollo Bay Inn is close to many amenities and attractions. Beaches, resturants, lighthouses and museums are among the entertainment and culture you’ll find surrounding our Inn.
Famous for sprawling white sand beaches and beautiful singing sands which many consider one of Canada’s wonders, you’ll be captivated by all the unique beaches near our Inn.
Considered one of the best seaglassing beaches on Prince Edward Island, you can hunt for your own one-of-a-kind souvenir to take home or walk the boardwalk while exploring local shops and dining.
Award Winning Basin Head Beach is easily considered one of the most famous beaches in the world! This all-day beach destination offers not only a pristine white sand beach but shops, dining, a Fisheries Museum and cultural programming throughout the Summer.
Sheep’s Pond Beach
This peaceful beach is tucked in the quiet community of Sheep’s Pond only minutes away from our Inn. With a view of Souris across the water and the Island’s famous red cliffs, you won’t be able to help but fall in love.
Rollo Bay Beach
Walking distance from our Inn and down a peaceful red dirt road is Rollo Bay beach. A coastal gem with stunning views and quiet shores.
Nearly hidden secret, Fortune Beach is nestled at the end of a tree-lined lane off of Bay Fortune’s Harbour. Another excellent seaglassing beach that will capture your heart.
Lighthouses, museums, local talent and exciting cultural experiences abound throughout the surrounding area. You’ll be delighted by all the memories you can make and treasures you’ll find while exploring.
With a sweeping view from Souris’ highest point, you’ll see the beautiful Town, bustling harbour and glistening ocean while you enjoy an educational tour through Souris’ lighthouse.
East Point Lighthouse
At PEI’s eastern most tip is Eastpoint Lighthouse. Watch the sun rise against a backdrop of ocean each morning or take in local artisan wares before climbing to the top of this beloved Lighthouse.
Souris Gateway and Shops
As you enter the Town of Souris you’re welcomed by the beach, a boardwalk and local artisan ships offering everything from culinary goods to paddle board rentals. You’ll lose track of time as you enjoy a leisurely stroll at browse at this popular local attraction.
A treasured Island tradition, Ceilidhs are concerts hosted by communities and display some of the best musical skills our local talent has to offer. You can’t come to PEI without experiencing one of these popular variety shows! Ask our Innkeeper which is the next upcoming Ceilidh.
Artisans on Main
If you’re looking to see what inspires local artisans or find a perfect one-of-a-kind treasure these bring home, Artisans on Main is the ideal destination. You’ll find an inspiring amount of eclectic talent all in one spot at this Souris shop.
Basin Head Fisheries Museum
Educational and entertaining, the Basin Head Fisheries Museum is located at the famous beach of the same name. An in depth look at the industry thay has kept PEI prosperous for more than a century are presented and preserved at this Museum.
Elmira Train Station and Railway Museum
All aboard for this Museum that details the life and times of PEI’s now extinct railway. Hear from locals the experiences of life on the Island’s rails and explore the original train station in Elmira. Afterwards you can board the mini train and take and ride through the forest.
Festivals and Events
Whether you love music, food, culture or just a good time, there’s a local event that will capture your attention and make your time on PEI a memorable experience.
Rollo Bay Annual Fiddle Festival
Every year people from across the globe gather in Rollo Bay for our famous Fiddle Festival! Celebrating timeless fiddle music and the talented people who bring it to life, you’ll have a toe-tapping good time at one of PEI’s most popular music festivals!
Rollo Bay Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival
Located at the Rollo Bay Fiddle Festival grounds, the Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival is another time honored institution that has entertained both locals and visitors alike for years!
Mermaid Tears Seaglass Festival
Are you fascinated by the beautiful seaglass that washes up on the shore in a rainbow of colours? Then you’ll love this festival which hosts a bevy of seglass artisans, offers exciting opportunities to celebrate seaglass culture and gives a peek into rare collections with the Seaglass competition.
Souris Lobster Festival
A budding tradition, the Souris Lobster Festivals offers fun on land as you celebrate the best of the sea. With actitives for the whole family and of course, delicious lobster, you’re sense of fun and asndppitite will be easily satisfied.
PEI Highland Games & Scottish Festival
Whether your roots are Scottish or you’ve fallen in love with the enchantment of Scotland, you’ll find this a fascinating look back to the pageantry and sportsmanship of one of PEI’s wonderful cultural fascets.
St. Peter’s Bay Wild Blueberry Festival
This small town festival is as fun as it is delicious! Celebrating a favourite harvest of the Island, each year the Wild Blueberry Festival dreams up charming ways to entertain their festival goers and pay tribute to a downright wonderful berry.
With local producers and culinary talent brimming on Prince Edward Island, you’ll tempt your tastebuds with the local fare and exotic flavours offered by the many resturants and cafés in our area.
The Lobster Shack
The best of the sea, by the sea! Offering Lobster, Oysters and more, the Lobster Shack may be small in size, but it’s big on flavour! With outdoor dining only steps away from Souris Beach, this is the ideal spot for bathing suit dining.
Shipwreck Point Café
With a picturesque view of Naufrage Beach, the Shipwreck Point Café specializes in fresh seafood and Island favourites. It’s cozy atmosphere and friendly staff will make it a dining expereince to remember.
Offering a menu of homemade, health concious food and drinks, you can indulge in guilt free Island classics. The Evergreen Café is conveniently located next to the Souris Tourist Information Center.
For homestyle food with Down-East flair, the Bluefin Resturant is your ideal choice. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, you can enjoy any meal alongside locals as they enjoy this charming little resturant.
Lot 45 Pub and Eatery
With a relaxed atmosphere and large deck that boasts a view of the Souris Harbour, you can enjoy both the bounty of the ocean and it’s vast beauty at this popular eatery.
21 Breakwater Resturant
If you’re looking for fine-dining in Souris, 21 Breakwater is your destination. With an ever changing seasonal menu and talented head chef, you’ll enjoy every bite at thus charming seaside resturant.
Bonsai Chinese Resturant
Do you love Chinese food wherever you roam? A local favourite, the Bonsai Resturant will satisfy your craving for Chinese cuisine and offers both dine-in and tale-out options.