Prince Edward County Ontario is the hottest destination in Ontario right now. When Condé Nast Traveller calls it Canada’s Coolest Island Hideout you know it must be true. That means accommodations are in high demand. The good news is – there are so many Airbnb property rentals! But with so much on the market it makes for a time-consuming search for you. That’s why I decided to pull a list of the best Airbnb stays in Prince Edward County to save you the work. Everything from budget-friendly to luxury, pet to family-friendly they all have one thing in common – they are the best highly stylized places to stay in Prince Edward County. (Updated November 2022)

Best Prince Edward County Airbnb Rentals

Hygge House

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Are you looking for a cozy, yet modern retreat? Welcome to Hygge House. In Denmark and Norway, Hygge is a word to describe a feeling of coziness, contentment, and wellness;  and, this space does just that. Perfect for a couple who wants to escape and recharge. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Village of Consecon
  • Average price: $250/night
  • 1 bedroom | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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The Meadow House

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Are you looking to stay in a modern boutique pre-fab home? This property offers one of the chicest interior spaces – a mix of mid-century, Scandinavian style with some vintage touches. This makes the perfect couples or friends stay that want to be close to some of the best wineries The County has to offer. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Village of Hillier
  • Average price: $495/night
  • 2 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms
  • Not dog friendly
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Fitzroy Fieldhouse

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Are you looking to stay in a boutique modular home with wide open spaces? This hip property offers an eclectic mix of European, vintage, and mid-century vibes. A very relaxed space awaits – outfitted with games, vinyl records, bikes, and an outdoor fire pit. Perfect for those relaxed family and friend stays. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Minutes from Wellington
  • Average price: $349/night
  • 3 bedrooms | 2.5 baths
  • Not dog friendly
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The Sanctuary

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Are you looking to stay in a rare and unique space? Why not in a historic church built in the 1800s? This church has been beautifully renovated as one open-concept space, perfect for a romantic couple’s holiday. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Minutes from Wellington
  • Average price: $221/night
  • Open concept 1 bedroom | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Harbour Main

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Looking for that home away from home with a great neighbourhood feel? Steps from Picton’s downtown main street, close to shops and cafés, is this stylish century home. Perfect couple’s or girlfriend’s getaway, or even that working vacation with a dedicated home office space. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: minutes walk to Picton
  • Average price: $345/night
  • 2 bedrooms (3 beds) | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Lyttleton

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Do you love Scandinavian design? Then you have to stay at Lyttleton. This space offers up some serious design goals – with its all-white interior and contrasting colours. No wonder it was featured in Style at Home magazine. This renovated century home with access to a private garden makes for a perfect couple’s getaway.

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Minutes from Picton
  • Average price: $209/night
  • 1 bedroom | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Historic Carriage House

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Are you looking to stay in a unique space with a little history? This newly renovated 1800s Carriage House doesn’t get any better with its gorgeous mid-century décor. It’s so good it was featured on HGTV. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Picton
  • Average price: $370/night
  • 2 bedrooms | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Victorian Duplex

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Looking to stay in a cozy apartment in Bloomfield? This beautifully restored Victorian home is perfect for a couple’s stay. Situated right off the main street, you can leave your car and walk to all of the best restaurants, shops and galleries. Relax in this eclectic mix of mid-century style décor, and enjoy a glass of rosé on this cozy outdoor terrace. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Bloomfield
  • Average price: $187/night
  • 1 bedroom | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Rose & Thistle Century House

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Are you looking to stay right in Picton? This century home has recently been renovated and is light, bright, and comfortable. Perfect for a couple’s stay who wants to be within walking distance of the small town’s eateries and shops. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Picton
  • Average price: $221/night
  • 2 bedrooms | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
Click here to book your stay 

The Ferg

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Are you looking for a special place to get away with friends? The Ferg, with its drop-dead gorgeous Scandinavian design, is a restored farmhouse from the 1840s that can accommodate large group stays. You can request to have the entire space to yourselves, giving you access to 3 kitchens, 2 gas fireplaces, and 2 claw foot bathtubs. The Heritage Suite and the Garden Suite are connected, but the Loft Suite is a self-contained unit. Or, at times, the space is rented out as individual suites. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Picton
  • Average price: $856/night as the entire The Ferg or book one of 3 suites
  • 4 bedrooms, 6 beds | 3 bathrooms | 3 kitchens
  • Dog friendly
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Bloomfield Guest House

bedroom with view

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Are you looking for a relaxing stay while in The County? This tiny space is simple in design and is in a quiet country setting – perfect for those that want a  place to slow down and reconnect. The closest town is Bloomfield. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Picton
  • Average price: $316/night
  • 2 bedrooms | 1 bath
  • Not dog friendly
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Modern Schoolhouse

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Are you looking for a unique, modern stay? This original limestone schoolhouse has been turned into a very cool, modern space perfect for those who are looking to relax – featuring a hot tub and outdoor sauna. This is perfect for a couple or friends’ stay – but also caters to families. As a stylish high chair, stroller and bassinet are available. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Village of Glenora
  • Average price: $500/night
  • 2 bedrooms, 5 beds | 1.5 baths
  • Not dog friendly
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258 Cottages

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Are you a modern cottage that is waterfront? This is perfect for those that want to be close to Sandbanks Provincial Park or their own private waterfront access. Planning a trip as a large group? No problem, there is an option to also rent Lakeview #5 or East Lake #6. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Cherry Valley
  • Average price: $270/night
  • 2 bedrooms | 1 bath
  • Not dog-friendly
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Globe House

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Are you looking for a relaxing couple’s escape? This simple minimalist design, with its wide open spaces, offers that true respite. Imagine being surrounded by this beautiful setting – hearing nothing but the sounds of nature, watching a sunrise or sunset, or even gazing up at the starlit sky. 

Airbnb Details

  • Location: Close to the village of Woodville
  • Average price: $176/night
  • 1 bedroom | 1 bath
  • Dog friendly
Click here to book your stay

Other Airbnb Properties in Ontario

Didn’t find the dates you were looking for? No problem. Here are other staycations in Ontario that might interest you. 

As a holidaymaker…

If you’ve already been to Prince Edward County you’ll know just how special it is. Aside from its delicious wineries, breweries, restaurants and cute boutique shops, it’s a whole vibe that is unlike anywhere else in Ontario.  To help plan your trip to Prince Edward County Ontario, check out some of my related articles:

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17 Comments

  1. I loved this post! I’ve been planning a trip to Prince Edward County and I couldn’t decide where exactly I wanted to stay. These recommendations give so many options and price variations. I love staying at unique places so the church would be pretty cool.

  2. What I like best about these places is how bright and cozy they are. Every one of them looks so beautiful, although I’m not sure how I would feel staying at The Sanctuary.

  3. I would go to these places just to hang out inside the beautiful homes. I am a huge fan of boho-inspired decor and the very first one I saw on your list had the most magical looking kitchen. I love how Airbnb has so many fantastic options.

  4. After our brief visit to Prince Edward County, we definitely want to go back. So perfect to see some great AirBnB options. I love the variety in the types of accommodation. Perfect to stay in the area if we want to check out several of the wineries.

    1. Thanks Linda. Glad you like the variety, and all close proximity to the wineries. Even better bring your bike and bike between wineries.

  5. Most of the time now when I travel with my family, we tend to look on AirBnB now as they suit our needs and if we were going to Prince Edward County, I would defo stay in a couple of these places, but its so hard to choose from. I always say the price sometimes influence our decisions also. Now…as I am about to move house here in the UK, I also find AirBnB a good place to look for home interior designs…is that bad to get ideas from there website. 😀

  6. I would be happy to stay in any of these accommodation suggestions, but top of my list would be Globe House. The setting sounds wonderful and suits our lifestyle. As a dog momma, the fact that they welcome dogs here is a big plus!

  7. Each and every one of these Airbnb’s look gorgeous! Very stylish with a great attentioin to detail. I’d be happy to stay in any of them, but I particularly like the sound of Boho Bungalow. I recently stayed in an Airbnb on the Gold Coast (Australia) and it was definitely not as fancy as these ones, but still very nice and on the water.

    1. This is a pocket in Ontario where design goals – doesn’t matter if they are wineries, eateries or Airbnb – that everyone seems to want to create this amazing vibe.

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