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Cafe Maplethorpe: Prince Edward Island

Thanks to our many enthusiastic customers, we were named the 2007 "Taste of PEI" Award-Winning Restaurant! Now RECOMMENDED by "Where to Eat in Canada"!

Join us for a fresh, local, and organic meal. We specialize in cooking 'from scratch' using local ingredients.

For lunch we offer homemade soups, crisp refreshing salads, and hearty sandwiches. For dinner, we serve a fixed-price, 3-course meal. You will also receive our personal attention and excellent service since our restaurant seats a maximum of 25.

You will find us inside the Historic Maplethorpe Bed and Breakfast. No need to ring the doorbell or take off your shoes in the foyer. Just come on in.

Cafe Maplethorpe is located in Bedeque, PEI. We are 30 minutes north west of Charlottetown PEI and only 10 minutes north of the Confederation Bridge. From the Bridge, you continue on Trans Canada Highway 1 until you reach a flashing orange light. Turn LEFT onto Route 10 North (sign indicates Bedeque). Follow Bedeque sign and turn LEFT onto Route 112 (AKA Searletown Road). We are located at 2123 Route 112.

Prince Edward Island

You can get to Prince Edward Island by flying, driving or ferry. You'll see rolling hills, pristine forests, reddish sand beaches, and ocean coves which have given Prince Edward Island its reputation as a province of outstanding natural beauty.

PEI lies in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, separated from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick by the Northumberland Strait. It is connected to the mainland by the Confederation Bridge between Borden, PEI and Cape Tormentine, New Brunswick.