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Thank you for your wonderful hospitality. We had a great stay.  
- Robert & Anne
Sublime! Our celebration for finishing a MA at Royal Roads University was to have the family together to enjoy Esquimalt Lagoon. The...
- Jen, Dan, Olivia & Maggie
What a beautiful, peaceful setting. You both have created a unique experience for travelers. We will definitely be back and spread the...
- Janus & Wayne
We have had a wonderful time. Great place & setting. Who could want for a better back garden? Many thanks.
- Carlo & Julia
We loved the beautiful view of the lagoon and the upstairs loft was amazing!  The swans and  geese were so beautiful. So peaceful. The...
- Christine & Dimitri
We came out to Victoria for my husband's graduation ceremony at Royal Roads University on June 8-11, 2006. We booked all 3 rooms, one...
- Shane and Donna Dabrowski
Had a lovely stay, we're sorry it was so short, but we will be sure to come back for a longer stay.
- Joan and Rob
We thought it would be just a rest from the city & the noise and it was all of that & more. Loved having the quiet spot with...
- Jack & Doreen
As a student, I really appreciated the peaceful setting at Birds of a Feather. The view is lovely and I felt very relaxed and...
- Allison Annesley, RRU Master's Student
What a wonderful place to spend our first year anniversary. The room and view are absolutely breathtaking. Our favourite things to do...
- Eva & Brian

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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