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My husband and I we are so thankful and happy to our stay in Birds of a Feather is a beautiful lovely house. But the most greatful...
- Rosa
Thank you so much. You have a beautiful home. I’m glad we are here. The birthday boy is happy. Yes, love your cat.
- Lousie and Rick
Thank you for a lovely stay. The room, view and breakfast were awesome. Looking forward to our next visit.
- Kait and Dave
SIMPLY THE BEST ! It was a song of Tina Turner and it is the reality of this lovely B&B ! Welcome in paradise
- Nancy, Axel & Jean Marc
The only regret is our stay was so short. We had a wonderful time with family fun, food, and the wonderful peacefulness of your home...
- Loretta
Thank you! Peaceful and restful stay. We enjoyed the sheep across the way and the geese in the lagoon. God bless you. 
- Romeo
We love our suite (#1), this was a vacation we have been looking forward to. We wish we were staying longer in Victoria than 2 nights...
- Mark and Kathleen
Lighthouses all over the room, Basset hounds, amazing bed, and very friendly hosts. How much more perfect can a stay be?? We had an...
- Darren and Teresa
One of the nicest places I've stayed at! Enjoyed the peaceful surroundings. I'm glad to have found this quiet oasis. Dieter knows...
- Percy and Wendy
Thanks for the blanket [Butchart fireworks] the brown bag, all the good breakfasts and your hospitality. It's 5:00 am and we're on our...
- Saunders & Allene

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Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

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The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a 47 kilometer hiking trail stretching along the western shoreline of southern Vancouver Island, Canada, from China Beach, just west of the community of Jordan River and extending to Botanical Beach near Port Renfrew. The trail offers scenic beauty, spectacular hiking, wildlife viewing, and roaring surf in its course along the Pacific coastline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Most of the trail is designed for strenuous day or multi-day hiking in this rugged and isolated area. Some easy to moderate day hiking opportunities to the beach or along the trail are available starting from the trail heads at China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Parkinson Creek, and Botanical Beach.

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