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Happy New Year! We don't want to go back... can we just stay here? 33 years that we have been married and life gets busy... we...
- Jim and Judi
Had a great time, thanks a lot!. We'll be back.
- Peter & Gillian
We had a wonderful time! The dogs were great. We will certainly come again!
- Kim and John
We had an amazing time here on the island for our honeymoon! This room was perfect! It was our first experience at a B&B, and...
- Ryan & Christine Holst
We took a side trip from Seattle up to Victoria for a little getaway. Ashley, Dieter, Mac & taco were very welcoming! We...
- Mia and Chris
This is the first vacation of my adult life anf the first time I`ve been to the island since I was 5 or 6. It was great to be this...
- Jonathan Bean
We've enjoyed your beautiful home and your warm hospitality! Thank you for the scrumptious breakfasts. I especially enjoyed hearing...
- Wayland & Sandy
This place was beautiful! And I didn't even know I was coming ... I was heading out for breakfast Monday morning with a few...
- Nichole Petrisor and Kyle Muller
Great stay, beautiful area, and hope to see you again! Thanks. 
- Bernie and Renee
We have enjoyed your B&B so much. As first time B&B'ers usually traveling in an RV, we did not know what to expect. It is a...
- Julie and Rodney

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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