A New Normal COVID 19

Due to the COVID-19 health crisis, until further notice, we’ve adopted the following best practices at The Graham Inn:

  • Masks are worn in our kitchen as we prep/bake/cook breakfast and when we drop off/deliver breakfast to you.
  • We have maintained our exceptionally high cleanliness standards and we sanitize spaces and items as recommended using EPA-approved disinfectants.
  • We will not enter guest rooms during any stay to complete refreshes; however, we’re happy to arrange pick-up/drop-off of fresh towels, garbage retrieval, etc.
  • Throughout the day, we’ll be sanitizing doorknobs, handles, railings, light switches, surfaces and remotes.
  • We will practice social distancing at all times, including during check-ins, and will also wear masks so long as the usage of them is recommended by local health authorities.
  • If given at least 48 hours’ notice, we can accommodate self-check-in requests to minimize contact.
  • We’ve always offered wine glasses and water glasses in-rooms.  Now, we’ll be including coffee mugs.
  • We will continue to offer complimentary water, soda, coffee, and tea, as well as ice; however, service stations will be updated with the latest safety precautions.


The health and safety of our staff, guests and the public are our priority at this time. Unfortunately, given the circumstances of the Pandemic and PEI´s Travel restrictions, we have made the following changes:

For 2021 season we are only accepting full house reservations with no breakfast service. In addition, we even have on offer two apartments. To know about the rates and availability please proceed to "Special Packages" on our website and contact us.

The Graham Inn Bed and Breakfast will remain closed until May 2022.

We regret any inconvenience and we look forward to re-opening in June 2022.

This means all reservations made for 2021 bed and breakfast are cancelled. If you booked through Expedia.com, Hotel.com, Booking.com or any other third party, please be sure your reservation was cancelled with them.

Stay safe!