Transport yourself to France the next time you travel to the county. A Victorian inn in PEC has a gorgeous kitchen that serves up some fine french cuisine.
Merrill House, which was built in 1878 for Judge Edwards Merrill, has since been restored and now serves as a luxurious inn that is filled with multiple unique rooms.
However, the space is known for more than just its rooms. It is also home to an award-winning restaurant.
Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling wine cellars, the indoor space also transitions seamlessly to its outdoor terrace. So you can dine both indoors and out.
You can start your night off with a drink and the spot has a long list of cocktails, spirits, champagne and wine.
When it comes to dinner, they have multiple courses that are sure to fill you up. The first course has items like ricotta gnocchi and fresh oysters.
While the second course is filled with dishes like the rabbit confit ravioli and Merrill salad.
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Of course, the main course has mouthwatering finds like duck breast, boneless cornish hen and a roasted rack of Ontarian lamb.
You can end the night off with dessert, with some fan-favourites including the Tahitian vanilla crème brûlée and the warm molten chocolate cake.
The inn in PEC also has a ton of other amenities that you can enjoy if you choose to stay the night. There is a barrel sauna in the backyard, as well as both indoor and outdoor fireplaces.
They also have private picnics that you can indulge in and classic turndown service (which includes a pillow scenting service.)
Looking for more to do the next time you’re in the region? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s ultimate guide for the best restaurants to try around Prince Edward County.
If you’re looking for wine, you can also see our article for the best wineries in PEC that you need to try before 2022 is over.