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Nice roof Dieter, an incredibly comfortable stay and what a friendly atmosphere. Had a great stay. Love the tub / shower. We will be...
- Matt & Toby
We had a short but lovely stay. Wish we could have stayed longer. Thank you for your hospitality !
- April & Tom
Thank you for a delightful stay! We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and found what the island had to offer.  Victoria reminds me of the V...
- Chris & Emma
Food outstanding. Popcorn was a hit with our grandson. Charming, peaceful - what an ideal place to spend a few days! Our grandson said...
- Bev
Do we have to leave??? We could just live here! Thank you for a lovely and relaxing stay … Ashley - Thanks for the great breakfasts...
- Val & Dylan Eve
What a fun and beautiful place-fun place for our yearly girl trip! Thanks to Tiffany who made our stay awesome! Call me if you visit...
- Carol
Had an amazing stay here ! Love Toby and his cooking! 
- James, Kyle, Kevan & Koren
We came here for our honeymoon and are very impressed with Birds of a Feather B&B. The views are wonderful and it is so peaceful....
- Jonathan and Lauren Blair
We had the BEST stay & are sad to leave :( - This will be on our go to list the next time we come this way! Thanks for everything.
- JANICE
Such a sanctuary this is! Thank you so much for letting me experience the peace, quiet and breathtaking views this place offers....
- Gina

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Coastal Circle Route Car Tour British Columbia

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Discover coastal life in the many places from Victoria to it's western communities, to Courtenay and the many towns along the way as you drive up the east coast of Vancouver Island. Take the BC ferry across to the mainland at Powell River and travel south along the sunshine coast including renowned towns such as Sechelt and Gibsons as you head towards Vancouver. Along the entire way see where many of British Columbia's present day artists and artisans live, work and showcase their art. Included are stops of exhilarating west coast landscapes, responsible for inspiring many of BC's past and present day artists. This journey is about 530 km (329 mi) including ferry travel.

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