Prince Edward County

 

Prince Edward County

Join Travac on a Gastronomic Tour of “The County”

Come and explore Ontario’s newest wine country! Prince Edward County, otherwise known as “The County”, is a rural hotspot with over 40 wineries, a growing craft-beer scene, cider, spirits and fabulous farm to table cuisine.

Prince Edward County is a cultural mosaic of early colonial Canada. Its earliest European settlers were loyalists traveling north from the American Colonies. These early settlers created a culture that remains magnetic to this very day. The simple, laid back lifestyle that is found in the county still resonates through its hills, valleys and waterways.

Travac Tours wants you to follow the Taste Trail with us and discover some of the best food and drink in “The County”. Find a farm stand or farmer’s market and talk to a farmer; after all, when you know where your food is grown it tastes so much better.

Your 2-day package includes: deluxe motorcoach transportation, 1 night at Huff Estates Inn and Winery with breakfast, four distinct tasting at some of the best small wineries in Prince Edward County, 1 dinner and the services of a Travac Tours Director.

Early booking is essential as this holiday is restricted to 24 passengers. Don’t be disappointed.

 

Tour Itinerary


Day 1

Your gastronomic adventure begins with an early departure from Westgate Mall A lunch stop ($) will be made in the quaint village of Bloomfield en-route to Prince Edward County and your first wine tasting. Before checking into the Huff Inn Estates and Winery you’ll also visit another winery. Your Travac Director will keep you informed on our departure time for your included dinner. (D)


Day 2

After a leisurely breakfast at the hotel you will have time to enjoy the “Sculpture Gardens” and art gallery located on the grounds of your hotel. You will then depart for your first wine tasting of the day. Lunch will be on your own. After lunch you will head out to another winery. You will have ample time for the tasting before heading back to Ottawa. (B)


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