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Great introduction to the south west of island - the scenery and back roads were great.  
- Betty & Ralph
Although it was a short stay and close to home, it was a beautiful retreat away near the lagoon. The room was comfortable, the view...
- Mary Joan
This is our 5th visit to your fabulous "Home away from Home" ! We consider the honeymoon suite "our room" (selfish aren't we :-)...
- Rhonda and Bud
Wow! Beautiful views & beautiful B&B! Geese, Gulls, Deer, Sheep and even the racoons feel like our best friends.\ Thanks...
- Tim McCusker Lynn Messman
Nance and I had a great time here. This is a very comfortable home, and we felt very welcomed. Local knowledge is everything, and...
- Bill & Nance
What an amazing location! It was wonderful to be able to row out on to the lagoon, and sit on the swing to enjoy the view and the...
- Ann, Steve, Danielle
We had a wonderful stay with beautiful weather and a great view very relaxing. On our way home now to Texas and 102 weather.
- Ronnie & Joyce
Thank you so much for the nice room & breakfast. We really enjoyed it & really love Taco - Hope to see you again!
- Elyssa Morley & Henrike Hennig
We enjoyed exploring the area returning to such a comfy place to rest each night! Thank you Debbie for the yummy morning large spreads...
- The Dumas Boie family
We think that we will never see a B&B as lovely as thee.
- Sue and Mindy

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Craigflower Manor and School

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Craigflower Manor and School is an original Hudson's Bay Company farm. This was one of Vancouver Island's first farming communities, established in 1853 along Victoria's Gorge Waterway to meet the Hudson's Bay Company's obligations to Britain to support colonization. On lands purchased from chiefs of the indigenous aboriginal people, Kenneth McKenzie oversaw construction of a self-sufficient settlement. The Kosapsom people still harvest shellfish, salmon and herring from the tidal waters that separate the Manor from the Schoolhouse.

Today, the original Georgian Manor house, built using the Hudson's Bay Company post-and-beam method, still stands amid fields and gardens, and across the bridge you'll find the oldest schoolhouse in Western Canada, the Craigflower Manor and School opened in 1855.     

Address: 
2765 Admirals Rd
Victoria, BC