The inside likely looks much the same as it did many years ago. If you like touring grand old homes you'd enjoy dropping in here. They welcome visitors, and the coffee is free:
|Looking down at the main entrance|
Common areas have been used by some famous people over the years:
|This is a real working fireplace, with a fire maintained all day every day|
|A hallway to some of the rooms|
|Clawfoot tubs in some of the ensuite bathrooms|
After Dalvay we dropped in to Pat's brother Kurt's place for lunch, just down the road from Dalvay. That's the Queen's Point Road reference on today's map.
It seems quite a while since we've had lobster, so tonight 3 of us dined on homemade lobster rolls. Pat doesn't care for lobster but he was out playing soccer, so it seemed a good time for it:
The afternoon turned nice, and this evening at 7:30 it's a sunny balmy 22C. Another fine day on PEI.
Here's a map of today's approximate route: