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St. Peters Bayview Suites

Welcome to the St. Peters Bayniew Suites. We offer a variety of amenities to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible.

We offer 6 spacious suites. 4 two-level apartment style suites which consist of a fully equipped kitchen, separate dining & living room on the main level as well as two private bedrooms and a full bath on the second level. Guests can retreat to a private balcony which is accessed from each master bedroom. Also available are two smaller suites that do not include a kitchen, but offer the same privacy of separate bedrooms as the larger suites do. On site is a restaurant where customers can cavour a home cooked meal while enjoying the picturesque view of St. Peters Bay.

  • Hours of Operation: Daily 7am – 8pm
  • Suite Kitchens are equipped with coffee maker, dishes, cookware, utensils and cleaning supplies for guest convenience.
  • Laundry services are available for free
  • Free Cable & Wi-fi
  • Free Parking
  • Spectacular view of St. Peters Bay
  • Peak Season Rates (May 1 – Nov 1): $115-180/per night based on double occupancy.

www.stpetersbayviewsuites.com (902) 739-2077, stpetersbayviewsuites@eastlink.ca

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Average Temperatures

The Following Table Contains The Average Temperatures For Each Month From 2005-2008:

Month
Year
Average High (ºC) Average Low(ºC) Extreme High(ºC) Extreme Low(ºC)
May
2008
12.1
4.4
23.0
-2.0
May
2007
12.1
4.0
24.3
-1.1
May
2006
16.6
6.2
23.4
-0.2
May
2005
11.2
3.3
18.6
-2.3
June
2005
19.7
10.0
30.1
2.1
June
2006
21.5
13.6
28.4
704
June
2007
18.2
9.6
27.8
2.8
June
2008
18.6
10.8
27.4
4.0
July
2008
25.0
16.1
30.2
12.5
July
2007
23.8
15.5
30.9
8.6
July
2006
25.0
16.2
31.7
11.4
July
2005
22.5
14.4
28.4
6.2
August
2005
23.5
14.8
30.5
9.5
August
2006
21.0
13.4
2601
6.6
August
2007
22.7
13.6
29.9
5.6
August
2008
21.2
14.6
28.1
11.4
September
2008
18.2
10.5
25.2
1.6
September
2007
18.8
10.3
30.1
1.1
September
2006
19.0
11.6
25.7
3.4
September
2005
19.4
12.2
27.1
5.4

The Following Table Will Tell You What The Average Temperature For Each Of The Summer Months*:

Month High(ºC) Low(ºC)
May
13.0
4.4
June
19.5
11.0
July
24.1
15.6
August
22.1
14.1
September
18.9
11.2

Fahrenheit Conversion:

The Average Temperatures For Each Month From 2005-2008:

Month Year Average High(°F) Average Low(°F) Extreme High(°F) Extreme Low(°F)
May
2008
53
39
74
28
May
2007
53
39
75
30
May
2006
61
43
74
31
May
2005
52
37
64
27
June
2005
67
50
86
35
June
2006
70
56
83
45
June
2007
64
49
82
37
June
2008
64
51
82
39
July
2008
77
60
86
54
July
2007
74
59
87
47
July
2006
77
60
89
52
July
2005
72
57
83
43
August
2005
74
57
86
49
August
2006
69
56
78
43
August
2007
72
56
85
42
August
2008
70
58
82
52
September
2008
64
51
77
34
September
2007
64
51
86
34
September
2006
66
52
78
38
September
2005
67
53
80
41

Average Temperature For Each Of The Summer Months*:

Month High (°F) Low(°F)
May
55
39
June
67
51
July
75
60
August
71
57
September
66
52

*Based on data collected from 2005-2008 using www.climate.weatheroffice.ec.gc.ca Daily Observation Collection.

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Churches

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St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church

Catholic Church ReflectionThe St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church overlooks St. Peter’s Bay. The construction for this church began in 1830 and was completed by 1834. The site for this magnificent church was chosen by Bishop McEachern because he wanted it to overlook the beautiful St. Peter’s Bay.

In the early 1880’s a bigger and more modern church was built to replace the original church. The construction for this church began in 1881 and was not completed until 1886. The new church was constructed with brick. Although the construction was not completed until 1886, the church itself was opened it 1881 with the interior not finished. This shows the dedication that the early people of St. Peter’s Bay has to their church and their religion.

On October 15, 1926 the tower of the St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church was struck by lightening and caught on fire. This resulted in a major fire and people came from the Bay and Greenwich to help to put the fire out. At this point in history there was no such thing as a fire department so the people came from their houses with buckets of water to try and put the fire out. With the help of the local people the fire was eventually extinguished. Many of the interior furnishings were saved.

After the fire, the church was rebuilt. It took two years to rebuild the new church and it was opened on July 1, 1928. The brick exterior was salvaged at the time of the rebuild but due to damages resulting from the fire, the brick exterior was replaced by wood in 1959.

St. Peter’s United Church

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIn 1886 there was a Presbyterian Church located in Midgell. In 1925 the United Church of Canada was formed and subsiquently the Presbyterian Church became the United Church. This resulted in the church and the manse being moved from Midgell to the village of St. Peter’s Bay, where it can be see today.

 

 

 

 

St. Peter’s Bay Home Fellowship

St Peters Bay Home Fellowship is a group of Evangelical Christians who are committed to Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord and who desire to love one another and the community as Christ loves us.

We are a connect group ministry of C4 Church (c4church.com)

 

 

 

 

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Directions to St. Peters Bay

Confederation Bridge

From the Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton to St. Peter’s Bay is 109km and will take you approximately 82 minutes to drive. From Borden-Carleton you follow the Trans Canada Highway (Route 1) until you get to Charlottetown. From Charlottetown you follow Highway 2 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.

 

Wood Islands Ferry

The Northumberland Ferry from Caribou Nova Scotia will take you to Wood Islands Prince Edward Island. From Wood Islands to St. Peter’s Bay is 54km and will take you approximately an hour and five minutes to drive. From Wood Islands Road drive North towards Commercial Road (23km). Turn left at Commercial Road and continue on Wood Islands Road. Turn left onto Main Street and continue on A.A. MacDonald Highway. Continue on Alley’s Mill Road (Route 4). Turn left when you get to the Cardigan Road (Route 313). Continue on Route 313 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.

 

Iles de la Madeleine Ferry

From the Iles de la Magdeleine CTMA Ferry Terminal in Souris to St. Peter’s Bay is 29km and will take you approximately 26 minutes to drive. From the Ferry Terminal turn left onto Breakwater Street and head towards Cliff Crescent. Turn right at Parkside Avenue and then turn left when you get to Main Street. Continue om Route 2 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.

 

Charlottetown Airport

From the Charlottetown Airport to St. Peter’s Bay is 50km and will take you approximately 37 minutes to drive. From the Airport, head southwest on MacRae Drive towards Norwood Road and turn left at onto St. Peter’s Road. Travel on St. Peter’s Road until you reach St. Peter’s Bay.

 

Cable Head Air Park

Located just a few minutes from St. Peter’s Bay is the Cable Head Air Park-a privately owned air strip. The Cable Head Air Park is open seasonally for personal use and has a grass runway. For more information about this facility please contact the owner, James G. Whitty of Cable Head.