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Loved our stay at Birds of a Feather. Nice and peaceful here. Breakfasts were delicious and very accomodating with my daughter's...
- Linda, Tom and family
Our very first bed and breakfast experience and it was absolutely super. The accommodations were wonderful, what a great job you have...
- Marilyn & Walt
This is a wonderful place to stay. We hiked in Goldstream Park and the Coast Trail in East Sooke. Also enjoyed the water ferry ballet...
- Priscilla & Lee Perry
We came here on our honeymoon and what an amazing place we discovered. Waking up all week to the views, birds, and sunshine makes it...
- Ryan & Angie
Thank you for welcoming us into your home, everything absolutely perfect - not often I am left speecless but.... WOW! We have found...
- Helena & Ray Farmer
Adonis and I (Elinore) needed a much needed vacation and what better way to have it with a warm family to host us. Annette &...
- Elinore & Adonis
This place is wonderful!!! So much peace and the hot tub is so relaxing! Looking forward to be back!
- TATIANA
Beautiful location and home. I really enjoyed our visit and to top it off we saw a local sasquatch. He was friendly and mainly kept to...
Thank you so much the comfort, the wonderful breakfast, the canoe and the travel tips. I am sure we will be back soon!
- Tom and Nick
Lovely place, quiet and clean! Very good breakfast and really nice hosts.
- Andrew

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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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