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We recommend: * Royal BC Museum * Chemainus Murals * Mystic Beach Trail - 40 minute walk each way to China Beach * East Sooke Regional...
- Jeremy & Fiona Watson
Thank you for the beautiful setting to renew our 30th anniversary! The morning offered a beautiful view in which to enjoy our...
- Mark & June
Dieter and Ashley, Thank you so much for the wonderful hospitality and great food & recommendations. We had an awesome stay...
- Shannon, Amanda & Evelyn McGee
We are a little family from Saudi Arabia and we came here to have some quality time with our mom, we enjoyed every little detail about...
- Ibrahim & Eithar & Amal
This has been lovely. Yes Dieter and Annette are grand hosts. The views are beautiful, delicious breakfasts, terrific! Can not wait to...
- Paula & Derek
Had a wonderful stay at this beautiful place. Perfect setting. Watched the sunrise every morning. Accommodation excellent. Attention...
- Sheila & William Welsh
Well, wasn’t it lovely! Birds of a Feather was, is a delightful surprise- the location and setting and the appointments are attractive...
- Dora and David Fletcher
A very pleasant stay for our 25th Wedding Anniversary ! Good food, lovely room & excellant service ! Thanks so much.
- Brad & Donna
Thanks for making our stay comfortable and pleasant - so easy to be here.
- Marylu & Dave
What a beautiful place. Enjoyed the morning boat rides. Friendly dogs and pig.
- Scott and Joleen

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Lochside Regional Trail

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This picturesque multi–use trail, formerly a railway line, stretches from Swartz Bay to Victoria, past beaches, farmland, and wetlands, down country lanes and beside suburban backyards. The trail has a more civilized personality than its more rural cousin, the Galloping Goose Regional Trail. While some parts of the Lochside Trail are off-road and others downright pastoral, in some places trail visitors must share paved or gravel public roads with motor vehicles and farm vehicles.

You can cycle, stroll, run, or even ride a horse through the rural sections. Whether you're commuting to work, meandering on a weekend afternoon or pacing yourself from the Switch Bridge to Swartz Bay, the trail is yours to enjoy and yours to protect.

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