Looking to be transported somewhere a bit more magical? This adorable village in PEC has been around for over 200 years and is full of historical architecture, curated shopping, galleries, restaurants and more.
Located just 15 minutes away from the beaches of Sandbanks Provincial Park, Bloomfield is a spot you’ll want to add to your bucket list.
You can start your day off with a coffee from one of the town’s local cafes. The Saylor House Cafe is the place to stop for a caffeine pick-me-up and also has an expansive breakfast menu, including eggs, pancakes and french toast.
Once you’re fuelled, you can walk up and down the adorable main street to check out many of the local shops. With clothing, home decor and gifts, there’s something for everyone to find.
Some fan favourites include Green Gables Gifts and Greetings, which is a massive shop full of knick-knacks and souvenirs. Or, you can stop into KC Closet Fashion Boutique which is an adorable pink building filled with clothes.
If you’re into antique shopping, you can also check out the big black barn named Dead People’s Stuff which is filled with lost treasures.
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This PEC village isn’t only known for the shopping, it is also full of local restaurants that you don’t want to miss out on. Bermuda is a modern eats joint that is filled with Mexican fare, including a squash quesadilla and fried chicken tacos.
If you’re looking for some fine dining, Flame & Smith is also a place to check out and features the art of woodfire cooking.
Multiple wineries and breweries are also in the area that are worth trying.
Looking for more to do the next time you are in Prince Edward County? You can also check out Tipsy Theory’s ultimate guide for things to do this fall. From apple picking to winery hopping, there is so much to do.