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We really wished to stay longer in your Honeymoon Suite. The stunning view, the beautiful sunrise in the morning, the fireplace, the...
- Sean & Tanja
Awesome stay. Even the rain sounded relaxing on the roof. A must do again ! Thanks ! :) 
- Les
Wonderful trip from Kamloops to Victoria. Beautiful room and perfect view. Thank you for taking care of our exam schedule. 
- Iris & James
Thank you for such a wonderful stay. Everything was wonderful and very relaxing. All the rooms are beautiful with views that are...
- Lyle & Lisa
Such a lovely property, and the room is so comfy ! I enjoyed some early morning birding and wildlife around the lagoon. The kids had a...
- Kris, Alex, Rianna & Ito
Great quiet location. Really enjoyed the boat experience and thanks for a memorable wedding. We definitely will come back in the...
- Barbara and Steven Phillips
WOW! Our first ever child free weekend away and what a great place to be. The room is gorgeous and we loved the comfy chairs and...
- Melanie and Bob
Our first B&B experience. The bar is set high. A lovely room with phenominal views. It was fun seeing the sheep next door and...
- George & Darlene
Very relaxing stay. We liked the spacious room (especially the HUGE bathroom) and the quiet, comfortable bed.
- Laurie & Dave
Lovely girls getaway. Hot tub was wonderful. Wonderful breakfast.
- Sharon

Gowlland Tod Provincial Park

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Gowlland Tod Provincial Park provides excellent day-use recreation opportunities for hiking, nature appreciation and picnicking. More than 25 kilometres of trails, varying in degree of difficulty, offer spectacular views, as well as the chance to view animals in their natural environment. In spring and early summer, the moss-covered rocky knolls come alive with a carpet of colourful, vibrant wildflowers.

Located near Victoria on southern Vancouver Island, the park preserves a heritage of green space for present and future generations. It encompasses nearly the entire east side of Saanich Inlet, stretching from Goldstream to Brentwood Bay and the world-famous Butchart Gardens.

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