As soon as you step into Prince Edward Island, Canada, you'll feel a serene calmness, a place where life slows down, and every breath is filled with fresh Atlantic Canadian air. Meridian 63°, a collection of off-grid micro-cabins, opened last fall, providing an ideal retreat to reset on this beautiful island.
These four luxury cabins, named after the meridian they sit on, are situated in Strathgartney Provincial Park, just a 20-minute drive west of Charlottetown, the provincial capital. Owner Mike Robertson's primary aim for Meridian 63° is to offer guests an opportunity to unwind, relax, and connect with nature. These 200-square-foot cabins feature floor-to-ceiling windows, solar battery lighting, and comfortable living areas. The lofted sleeping area has a queen mattress from the Canadian brand Endy.
Outside, you'll find a picnic table and firepit with a cooking grill, and the shared guest house provides restroom facilities with spacious rainfall showers, a kitchen with essentials, and complimentary beverages.
What makes this location unique is its prime spot within the provincial park, surrounded by 25 kilometers of single-track trails for outdoor enthusiasts. Meridian 63° has a history rooted in mountain biking, and guests are encouraged to explore the area on two wheels.
Mike Robertson, a lifelong resident of PEI, has a deep connection to Strathgartney Park, where his love for the area has grown over the years. The breathtaking views of the PEI countryside and West River make this location truly special.
Guests have praised Meridian 63° for its ability to provide a space for relaxation and reflection. Whether you seek relaxation or adventure, Meridian 63° aims to create a memorable experience for all its guests.