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We came late and we left early so we haven't even met you but we wish we could have stayed to enjoy your facilities more - it's kind...
- Peggy and Richard
Thank you so much for such a pleasant stay! We had a great time. Thanks for the wonderful breakfasts!! We enjoyed the kayaks &...
- Paul & Deborah Dawson
A great place to stay to enjoy the area thoroughly and for preparing own simple meals. Beautifully quiet. Enjoyed the walking trails...
- Paul & Angela
We love the place, the welcoming atmosphere. The beautiful room, only too short a stay ! Now, we know where you are ! Thank you.
- Beudd & Jutta
My 5-year old son and I only got to stay 2 full days , but it was enough time to canoe and paddle-boat around the lagoon, play in the...
- Elaine
Lucy, Barbara and I, Eleanor Marshall-White, (mother) arrived here to celebrate my 80th Birthday. Surprisingly Butchart Gardens said...
- Lucy, Barbara & Eleanor
Thank you for a wonderful stay at Birds of a Feather. 10/4 as we say in Denmark, meaning, "over the top". A special thought to Root,...
- Allerod family
Another Lovely stay at Birds of a Feather - Thanks to our fine hosts. Our third stay here was a great one. Lovely weather, great...
- Rich and Debbie Zimmerman
Many thanks for allowing me to enjoy a haven of peace and tranquility. Ashley, you are a very perceptive and beautiful young woman...
- Patricia Lawrence
Thank you Dieter and Annette for creating a home away from home! Love the note on the door very helpful- the room and patio deck...

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The canoe was fun

We had a wonderful time here. Everything we expected for our first Bed and Breakfast experience! Victoria is a lovely town - we didn't even scratch the surface of what it has to offer so we will definitely be back. When we return we will have reservations here! Thank you so much. (The canoe was fun! Check out the little island out there in the lagoon. Try the wharfside for dinner. Exqusite!

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Guest Name: 
Bruce and Michelle Hanna
Date Stayed: 
Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Location: 
Mt. Vernon, WA