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What a wonderful find for a Bed and Breakfast. Keep on doing just what you do. The view and accommadations were spectacular. The...
- Curtis and Irma
Thank you for such a beautiful space, we loved the view, the birds, and the "idea" of Kayaking. (Rain and coolness kept us sitting...
- Barb and Doug Bruce
We arrived late and found everything was completely perfect. The  room was ready and rose petals on the bed and smiles as requested...
- Terrie and Glenn
I wanted to thank you, Dieter and Annette for the wonderful 3 weeks at Birds of a Feather. The luxurious accommodation provided...
- Judy Walker
Thanks for the wonderful hospitality, we had a great time! This was our first time experiencing a B&B, and it was a memorable one...
- Frederick Roberts
A Delightful place! We've really enjoyed our room, the view, all the ameniteis and our fellow B&B guests and hosts.
- Tom and Sally Hoeford
Thank you for a lovely time. We enjoyed celebrating our 27th wedding anniversary here. 
- A, L & T
This is a beautiful B&B and perfect for a family! We all had a great time. The peddle boat and kayaks were great - we saw a mom...
- Rick, Tracey, Hannah & Megan
Thanks very much for a fantastic stay. What a lovely spot. We enjoyed the canoeing and watching the birds.
- Pat and Dave
We enjoyed our stay immensely ! Birds of a feather is a beautiful house run by wonderful folks. Dieter & Paphada have both gone...
- The Ericksons Family

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Goldstream Park

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Goldstream Provincial Park lies amid the splendour of an old-growth temperate rain forest. There you can see a world class salmon-spawning stream with thousands of Chum Salmon returning between October and December. It doesn't stop there. During this amazing time of year you can visit the park and it's always-changing Visitor Centre. The centre is named after Freeman King, an early naturalist who probably reached more children than any other naturalist on Vancouver Island. The centre is at the mouth of the river, overlooking the Goldstream estuary, nestled among giant black cottonwoods and red alder trees.

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