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Here are a few things to know about The WilfriD


• Your electronic door code to unlock the guest entrance during your stay will be the last 7 digits of the phone number you gave us upon booking and ends with the # sign.

• Look out for our online quiz called “Your upcoming stay, our guest quiz” in your inbox (sometimes it falls in the spams). It gives us cues on your approximate time of arrival and some of your likes and dislikes to help us customize your experience. Fill it out before your stay.

• We are known for our elaborate brunches. We will have 2 seatings each morning (one at 8 am and a second one at 9:30 am). You will be able to select your preferred time on our guest quiz which you will receive by email approximately 2 weeks prior to your arrival.

• We have two hand sanitizing stations, one at the side entrance and one upstairs near the bar fridge. We sanitize rooms between bookings. We simply ask that you respect the check-out time of 11 am to allow this to be done in time for the next guests to check in.

Check ins are from 3pm – 9pm. On our guest survey you will be able to indicate at what time we should expect you. If you are running off schedule for your check-in, we would appreciate it if you could text us at 438-390-2505 to give us an update;)

• On arrival you will be asked for a $200 credit card security deposit. This amount will be refunded once you check out, the room has been cleaned and is in order. If anything is missing or damaged, we will contact you.

• If you are planning on using our Sauna facilities, you will want to bring your bathing suits and/or bathrobes. We supply extra towels. If you booked the sauna with your stay, please schedule your sauna session through this link. If you did not pre-book your sauna, you simply need to let us know once you are on site and we will direct you to our online booking calendar to schedule your session. Sessions are 2 hours and private. Each session is $80/person plus applicable taxes. Please note that sauna sessions are non-refundable.

• There are no food delivery services in the area. For any take-away dinners you can eat on the premises in the library, in your room or at one of our outdoor seating areas. But we encourage you to try the amazing restaurants listed below. Prince Edward County is a food-centric destination.

• The Wilfrid Cellar is stocked with a selection of our favourite international wines as well as local wines, cocktails, ciders, seltzers, lemonades, and beers. So, if you forgot to pick up a bottle, or want to try something new, we have you covered.

• We have a caviar menu and you can also pre-order a 2-dozen oyster platter to be served at The Wilfrid (see dining options below for more info), because, you know, we want you to eat the good stuff!

We ask that guests refrain from wearing perfume during their stay and put their cell phones away at the breakfast table. Let the smell of the food be your perfume and get social without the media!

Here are a few things to know about PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY


• You will want to bring casual attire and good walking shoes/boots. Days at the local beaches, nature parks and walks in the forest pathway behind the farmhouse are a great escape from the city. The vibe here in Prince Edward County is very laid back and casual, you can leave those stilettos at home!

• Prince Edward County is a rural island, it is the size of Toronto, very spread out and everything is usually 20 minutes drive to anything else. There's no reason to feel rushed though, just plan out your day accordingly knowing that hamlets from east to west are: Cressy, Waupoos, Picton, Bloomfield, Wellington, Hillier, Consecon. The Wilfrid is located in Milford a 12 minute drive south of the main town, Picton.

• Gas stations are located along Picton Main Street and Wellington Main Street. Make sure you have enough gas when you set out exploring for the day.

• When you cross someone on a bicycle, a car or walking down a country road it is polite to make eye contact, smile and wave by holding up your index and middle fingers. This is known as The County wave, you'll see locals doing this from their steering wheels.

HOT TIP: Download the MacKay Pay app. It’s the paid parking system used across The County and at Quinte Conservation areas. 


• GETTING AROUND WORRY-FREE  Cab it to dinner by pre-booking a ride a few hours in advance with The Taxi Guy (613) 403-2766, Cronkie’s Cab Co 613-476-7678, or downloading the Uride App and have a local drive you.


coffee shops and lunch stops

Please keep in mind that our multi-course brunch should keep you well fed for the day. Guests often stop for a late day bite or opt for one of The Wilfrid afternoon offerings for a little pre-dinner nibble.

The White Horse Oyster Co.

Exclusively delivered to The Wilfrid. A 24 oysters platter with condiments. ($96) served between 3pm-8pm. Please order at least 3 days in advance by getting in touch with us:


The Wilfrid caviar menu.

Exclusive to The Wilfrid. Choose from one of 3 caviar platter options from your room card as a pre-dinner appetizer. Served between 3pm-8pm. This can be ordered same day, simply allow 2 hours for preparation and service.

Pasta Onesta (Picton, 15 minutes) Lunch 7 days a week


SUJEO korean restaurant (Picton, 15 minutes) Lunch & Dinner Tues. – Sat.


Harry’s Charbroiled PEC (Picton, 15 minutes) 7 days a week


Beacon Bike and Brew (Picton, 15 minutes) Lunch and coffee. 7 days a week


CREPE ESCAPE (Picton, 15 minutes) Lunch Tues. to Sat.

Luso Bites (Picton, 15 minutes) Lunch and coffee. Mon.-Fri.


Piccolina Mercato (Wellington, 35 minutes) Lunch, coffee, pastries and Italian market & bottle shop. Wed. – Mon.

creekside cafe (Wellington, 35 minutes) Lunch. Fri. – Tues.


Reservations are required. Guests are always surprised at how busy these restaurants are any day of the week.


Bocado Tapas bar (Picton, 15 minutes) Wed-Mon.


Flame + Smith (Bloomfield, 20 minutes) Thurs-Mon.

Stella’s Eatery (Waupoos, 15 minutes) Mon. – Sat.


Pasta Onesta (Picton, 15 minutes) Thurs. – Mon. dinners


Hartley’s Tavern (Picton, 15 minutes) Thurs-Sat.


The Royal Hotel Restaurant (Picton, 15 minutes) 7 days a week


The Merrill House (Picton, 15 minutes) Tues.-Sat.


La Condesa (Wellington, 35 minutes) Thurs – Mon.

The Marans (Picton, 15 minutes) Tues. – Sat.


Bermuda PEC (Bloomfield, 20 minutes) Thurs. – Sun.



The Russ & Co Cocktail Bar (Picton, 15 minutes) Wed – Sun.


The Royal Hotel Parlour Bar (Picton, 12 minutes) 7 days a week.


Adega Wine bar (Consecon, 40 minutes) Thurs. – Sat.


KOENJI Whisky bar (Wellington, 35 minutes) Wed – Sun.

decanter pec (Wellington, 35 minutes) Thurs. – Mon.


With over 40 wineries in Prince Edward County it can be hard to choose which ones to visit. Here are our personal favourites, small owner run operations that pride themselves on locally grown varietals. Tasting rooms are mostly open year round but it is always preferable to call ahead for winter visits.

Exultet (Milford, 15 minutes walk)


Lighthall Vineyards (Cherry Valley, 5 minutes) + Sheep’s milk cheeses


Hubb’s Creek Vineyard (Hillier, 35 minutes) tastings by appointment only


Stanners (Hillier, 35 minutes)

Closson Chase (Hillier, 35 minutes)

Domaine Darius (Bloomfield, 30 minutes)


Morandin Wines (Wellington, 40 minutes)


Hinterland Wine (Hillier, 35 minutes)


Del Gatto Estates (Cape Vesey, 20 minutes)

craft breweries

Slake Brewing (Picton, 10 minutes)


Matron Fine Beer (Bloomfield, 25 minutes)


All My Friends Beer Co (Bloomfield, 25 minutes)

Prince Eddy’s Brewing Co (Picton, 15 minutes)

Parson’s Brewing Co (Picton, 20 minutes)


Gillingham Brewing Co (Bloomfield, 25 minutes)


Midtown Brewing Co (Wellington, 30 minutes)


Stock and Row Cider (Bloomfield, 25 minutes)

County Cider (Waupoos, 20 minutes)


Crimson Cider company (Picton, 18 minutes)




Zest Kitchen Shop


Books & Company


Coriander Girl

kala home




Kelly’s Shop


Gilbert & Lighthall


City Revival


Field Made


Fridays Cannabis


Prince Edward County t-shirt Co.


Carbon Art & Design


Yellow Door


2 Gallery


Oeno Gallery at the Royal Annex


Arts on Main gallery

agrarian market

SHOP HOPPING IN bloomfield


Keep County



Bloomfield Beauty Co.


Green Gables

Cannery Row

County Traders

Bloomfield Public House Market


Here are a few ideas of things to see and do when you visit.

• Drive to two of the most spectacular nature conservation areas in PEC, Little Bluff and Long Point Bird Observatory. The prettiest places for a nature walk and beach views in The County.

• Book a pampering session at The Main Character PEC, Bloomfield Beauty Co, or The Royal Hotel Spa

• Hike the Dunes, walk the beaches and forest trails at Sandbanks Provincial Park.

• Have a soul session with horses

• Listen to County Radio at 99.3 fm for the latest news and fun radio shows.


• Follow @visitthecounty on Instagram for updates on happenings


• Go for a walk on our forest trail behind our property, along the Millenium Trail or on Macauley Mountain.


• Watch the sunset from the big barn or the firepit on our property.


• Book a wine tour with, , or


• Check out the exhibitions at Oeno Gallery, Andara Gallery, Mad Dog Gallery, Melt Studio, or Hatch Gallery


• Encourage small independent businesses along Picton, Bloomfield and Wellington Main streets.


• On weekends, grab a coffee and pastry from PECish


• Pet an alpaca at SHED Chetwyn or Noble Beast Farms

• Tour a former WWII army base at Base 31, visit art galleries or catch a live show there


• Drop in to the County Arts Labs and learn a new passion


• Catch a live show or a movie at the historic Regent Theatre

• Book a yoga or pilates session at Studio PEC in Picton


• Find which special events are taking place during your visit at


• Slow down and relax.

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