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Thank you again for this very nice stay.  We will come back
- Ingrid and Andreas
What a lovely place to stay as we explored Victoria and area. We had an enjoyable day exploring along the way to Port Renfrew - French...
- Chris and Elsa
Thanks so much for a wonderful visit. Katie really enjoyed the boat ride. I'm sure we'll be back to experience your fantastic...
- James, Sara & Katie
Great place to sty! We enjoyed every minute. It is a picturesque setting. We appreciated your great hospitality. Our best to you!
- Denise and Marilyn
We enjoyed our stay and the day of birding. Beautiful scenery and the weather was perfect. Also enjoyed all the amenities of the...
- Jim
Victoria is such a beautiful island! I love everything there! The Butchart Garden and the Wax Museum is among my favorite places. I'm...
- Thavi Thach
Hi! This is an awesome Bed and Breakfast! You did a great job decorating this place! I love how in room 3, there is a big winding...
- Lila, Izak, Jer and Cory
Thank you very much for your fabulous breakfasts, advice about the area and for having us to stay. We've had a wonderful time and any...
- Katie & Wolf
We very much enjoyed our comfortable accommodations for our short stay.  Roomy, clean and comfy
- Jo, Lauren and Jan
Our stay at Birds of a Feather has been so many wonderful things, it is difficult to know where to begin! In a few days we have seen...
- Emme and Michael

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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