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Kate’s Place on the Beach

Welcome to Kate’s Place on the beach. Prepare to unplug and relax, read on the screen porch swing, swim, kayak, fish or just build a sand castle. Watch the sun rise from the kitchen island and collect sea glass from the best sandy beach on the island. Bright airy great room and kitchen for family gatherings.

R6,130 ZAR per night
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BarefootonPelee: Stonehouse

•Experience a piece of Pelee history; built in the 1840's by the son of Pelee's founding McCormick family, this Regency-style stone cottage boasts restored woodwork throughout, marble fireplaces, and traditional high ceilings. •Enjoy views of Lake Erie from the master bedroom and the front porch •Private screened-in gazebo with forest views (perfect for outdoor dining) •2 bedrooms with luxury Logan & Cove mattresses •55" Flatscreen tv, dvd, and satellite tv •Private backyard deck with gas BBQ

R3,188 ZAR per night
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Judy's Cottage on Pelee's prettiest beach!

Beautiful large cottage set right on the sand beach of Pelee Island. We are pet friendly and have sunrise views. Come and gather beach glass and lucky stones while strolling down the long stretch of beach. We will be waiting for you!

R2,759 ZAR per night

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Photo of Fish Point Provincial Nature Reserve
Fish Point Provincial Nature Reserve5 locals recommend
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Pelee Island Heritage Centre3 locals recommend
Photo of The Bakery - Pelee Island
The Bakery - Pelee Island6 locals recommend
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Westview Tavern4 locals recommend
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Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve3 locals recommend
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Pelee Art Works4 locals recommend

Pelee Island vacation rentals

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Healing Waters Retreat *NEW July Dates AV*
R5,733 ZAR per night
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Carolyn's Cottage, quiet and cosy!
R1,839 ZAR per night
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Henderson Family Cottage ~ Pelee Island, Ontario
R2,214 ZAR per night
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Back Unit 96 N Shore, Cottage House Pelee Island
R4,773 ZAR per night
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Cedar House
R3,153 ZAR per night
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Lakefront Cottage Lighthouse Point Nature Reserve
R3,766 ZAR per night
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Sunset on Pelee Island - Entire Home
R4,361 ZAR per night
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Sheridan Place Pelee on Pelee Island
R6,117 ZAR per night
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Pelee on The Rocks
R3,678 ZAR per night
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Family Cottage on Pelee's prettiest beach!
R2,452 ZAR per night
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BarefootonPelee: Bungalow
R2,753 ZAR per night
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Pelee Island Escape - Waterfront Sunset Views
R2,440 ZAR per night

Your guide to Pelee Island

All About Pelee Island

The 10,000-acre Pelee Island has the distinction of being the largest landmass in Lake Erie and the southernmost populated point in Canada (the Ontario island is also off the coast of Sandusky, Ohio). Its location on the Western Basin of Lake Erie makes it a popular spot for catching smallmouth bass and walleye, and on land you’ll find numerous reserves and conservation areas that are home to animals and insects like the swallowtail butterfly and the Eastern spiny soft-shelled turtle — who love the island’s marshlands. You could spend your entire time here outdoors, hiking to the 1833 lighthouse at Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve or wandering through Stone Road’s wooded and limestone alvars. Pelee Island is recognized as a globally significant bird area because of its location between the major migratory routes of the Atlantic and Mississippi flyways. Continue your appreciation of nature from the town of Pelee Island, where it’s possible to grab fish and chips with a lakeside view, or sample the local grape harvest from one of Canada’s oldest wineries.


How do I get around Pelee Island?

The easiest way to reach Pelee Island is by ferry, a ride that takes 1.5 hours from mainland Canada or slightly longer from Sandusky, Ohio. Note that if you’re traveling from the US you’ll need a valid passport. You can also fly into the very small Pelee Island Airport (CYPT).

Once you’re on the island, it’s easy to travel around on foot or by car or bike — Pelee is just about eight miles long and four miles wide. You can rent bikes from the ferry terminal or near the West Dock. Taxis are available in town.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Pelee Island?

Pelee Island’s climate is one of the mildest in Canada, and generally summers are warm — making this a popular time to book Pelee Island rentals and to possibly take on the half-marathon — and winters are cold and quiet with occasional snow. Spring and fall are comfortable, although temperatures start to drop in November, and you’ll see migratory birds flying over town during these shoulder seasons.


What are the top things to do in Pelee Island?

The Pelee Island Bird Observatory

Pelee Island is a popular spot with birders, and the Pelee Island Bird Observatory is a great place to spot one of the many species of resident and migratory birds who make their home here. Local volunteers are knowledgeable about loons, herons, hawks, owls, and woodpeckers — just a handful of the more than 300 species you might spot.

Pelee Island Heritage Centre

The Pelee Island Heritage Centre focuses on the island’s history through exhibits exploring the archeological evidence of the island’s Indigenous peoples, a display on the shipwrecks in the Western Basin, and infographics on Pelee Island species that are at risk of extinction.

Pelee Island Waterfront Trail

The Pelee Island Waterfront Trail is a 17-mile path that extends around the shoreline of Lake Erie. It passes along quiet country roads, farmlands, and vineyards along an ecological trail system that connects beaches, forests, dunes and marshes. You can spot rare native plants along the trail, as well as spotted turtles, salamanders, and butterflies.