The setting of Anne of Green Gables is Prince Edward Island, Canada. Anne's extended descriptions of the island - of the flowers, woods, trees, ponds, brooks, meadows - everything! make the setting an integral part of the book.
Prince Edward Island is one of the trickier places to source, unless you want to go for the obvious "Anne of Green Gables" series. This novel by Lorne Elliott was librarian Janine's pick for Canada's smallest province.
Queen Anne. $375/month. 4 bed, 3 bath. Home features main level great rm concept. New Kitchen w/island, family rm w/FP. Large bedrooms with all new bathrooms, separate entry down for possible home business/MIL. New furnace, dual hot water heaters & the luxury of 2 car garage with 4+ car driveway gated.
The most visited place in P.E.I. after Charlottetown (the arrival and departure point for most travellers) is what’s known as Anne’s Land or Green Gables Shore, the north-central shore of the island in and around Cavendish where author Lucy Maud Montgomery spent her childhood and which served as the setting for her popular Anne of Green Gables series of books.