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Thank you for a wonderful time. We love the place and will come back. 
- Jenny and Andy
Das waren 3 schöne Tage, die wir hier im Birds of a Feather mit unseren Sohn verbringen durften. Auf der Suche nach einer schönen...
- Jürgen, Ulrike, & Cyrill
What a relaxing, peaceful setting to spend our honeymoon! We have spent two nights in the honeymoon suite and are so thankful to have...
- Jesse and Jennifer
Our honeymoon trip! It's wonderful here - we went canoeing, saw sights and relaxed. The view is beautiful. Great breakfasts! Great...
- Eileen and Daniel Wa
Dear Dieter and Ashley,  The place is lovely! We spent our honeymoon here. The only disappointment - would have liked just one more...
- Lisa and Michael
Peaceful, very welcoming. We loved the birds and delicious breakfast. Thank you Dieter !
Thank you so much for the awesome stay! Great suite, fantastic area and wonderful views! 
- Catherine
2 days extended to 4 days. By far the best hot tub experience. The tub was huge and there was endless hot water. We enjoyed the food,...
- Stephane & Tanya
Fishing turned out only to be a Jest"r" but school grades turned out to be a lot Bet"r" - thanks to the great experience here as a...
- the Wanners
We had a wonderful stay with beautiful weather and a great view very relaxing. On our way home now to Texas and 102 weather.
- Ronnie & Joyce

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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