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Absolutely peaceful. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit! Breakfast was lovely and enjoyed visiting with other guests and hosts. I was...
- C.B.
Sunshine, gardens, beach hikes and seafood! What a great vacation ! Birds of a Feather was the perfect base for our excursions. Thank...
- Jim & Daren
Our second stay and even more lovely than the first time!
- Angela & David
Dear Dieter and Paphada, One year ago today Rob and I were fortunate enough to come here for our Wedding night. The hospitality is...
- Robert & Megan
This was our first trip to Victoria and we really enjoyed it. It was very nice to be made to feel so at home by you! We really enjoyed...
- Peter and Jennifer
We had a great time here, it's so beautiful. Thanks for your warm hospitality. See you again.  
- Marie & Jim
Thank you for a lovely visit, beautiful views & great food! Hope to come back!
- CHRIS & SUE
Thank you for a wonderful stay. What a great place to relax and watch the birds ! Felt no need to leave the property once we arrived....
- Emma and Cam
We felt so at home here, we thought Dieter and Annette should catch the ferry! This is the best B&B we have stayed in. Your...
- Ed and Tish
Wonderful place, very beautiful rooms and great breakfast...what else? We also tried the canoes around the lagoon! Thank you!! We...
- Italo Bardiani

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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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