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What a quaint little place! The view in this room is just amazing! We saw wildlife, stars, sunrises, the waves of the water and so...
- Cindy and Helen
Back for a 2nd time for two weeks while studing at Royal Roads University. Just lovely & peaceful. 
- Caroline
Thank you for a truly relaxing stay. What a super setting! We enjoyed the great breakfasts and the great sites in the area. Thank you...
- Agnes & Tony
Thank you for the hospitality and the most amazing tastes at breakfast. Onward to the Rockies !
- Sue
We had a great time here and would love to stay longer next time. It is a lovely place! Thank you for the great hospitality. Vielen...
- Claudia and Rob
Had a great stay for our 27th Wedding anniversary First time on the Island - We hope to be back some day. This place is so...
- Jim & CathyWinnick
My second stay at Birds of a Feather, and equally as splendid as the first - everything one wants in a place to stay- comfort,...
- Barb Reimer
Thank you for sharing your beautiful home with us. We enjoyed the balconies, the hospitality, the dogs, cat, and the great...
- Skip, Debbie & Jenni Hill
What a beautiful place you have!! Breathtaking sunrise watching the swans and ducks entertain us. It felt very peaceful. Not only did...
- Angelo & Jena
I liked this place right from the start.  Oh My!! I liked the beds and the kitchen is exquisite.
- Gregory - son of Lucky

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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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