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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 & Teresa
WOW! Despite the fact that I've been looking forward to my stay here for quite some time, you have both exceeded my expectations....
- Ryan
We were here for three wonderful days ! Our son planned this trip for us and he couldn't have picked a better place. It was a peaceful...
- The Sinclair's
It's a long story, but I'll leave it at the fact that this trip almost didn't happen. It was only overnight, but the lord brought...
- Leanne Howard
Thank you for sharing your home with us! Here's wishing you the best.
- Rita and Charles
We had an incredible time. The touring sites and restaurants recommendations from Dieter were excellent. The rooms and breakfast were...
- The MAcMahons
Wonderful hospitality, thank you for the most relaxing night on the island. And a fantastic breakfast.
- Jason
Our two night stay here at the "Birds of a Feather" has been a bit of Heaven on Earth. After four days in downtown Victoria this has...
- Chris and Melissa
We are from sunny Arizona here in Victoria for our daughter's destination wedding at Hatley Castle. We loved our stay at Birds of a...
- The Marin Family
Another Lovely stay at Birds of a Feather - Thanks to our fine hosts. Our third stay here was a great one. Lovely weather, great...
- Rich and Debbie Zimmerman

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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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