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Way too short of a stay, but absolutely beautiful. Thank you
- Bill and Larita
We really enjoyed our stay here these past 2 nights. This room is very comfortable and clean. Thanks for the yummy breakfasts and...
- Mike, Brenda & Canaan
The B&B was wonderful, we really enjoyed our stay here, we dont want to leave. Dieter was a perfect knowledgeable host, and the...
- Paul and Janine
We have had a most enjoyable stay. Able to travel the southern Island experiencing many of Vancouver Islands' beautiful land marks....
- Rick and Kathy Emtman
Enjoyed my stay did a lot of first timers-Opera and the tea house- both unforgettable experiences. Thanks for your hospitality,...
- Helen
I am sitting here enjoying the peace and tranquility of this beautiful B&B. The weather has been perfect and the scenery...
- Joanne & Randy
Excellent accommodation and service. 5 star hotel quality but with friendly and personal service and local knowledge thrown in for...
- Lynn & Malcolm
Thank you Dieter & Annette for your excellent breakfasts, the lively conversations about politics etc. with your other guests and...
- Pat and Derek Stringer
We had such a wonderul weekend on our first mother, daughter, granddaughter trip. We loved our room here - so homey and comfy and the...
- Elizabeth, Kim and Carole
Thank you so much for the lovely time. The room and view were fabulous and we quite enjoyed watching the many different birds...
- Nadine and Jesse

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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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