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A great stay Dieter & Ashley! Thanks for everything.
- Margaret & Maureen
Came here for my mother's 55th birthday. I was pleasantly surprised by the private, at home atmosphere. Your dog is hysterical and...
- Guest
What a place of peace, birds and water! After much running in our long and hectic travels, a super place to get some tranquility. 
- Robert and Susan
One night is not enough! Great place to wake up and to watch the sun set. I will spread the word about this little piece of heaven.
- WENDY
Very comfortable place to stay. Love the sunrise and I slept very well. Thank you.
- Arthur and Kathleen
Only here for 1 night, but bed was great! and breakfast was fabulous. Enjoyed the lighthouse even in the rain. Drove out to Sooke and...
- John and Martie
The room was lovely and the view spectacular! Perhaps the most out-standing feature is the peace & quiet. We have been to the...
- Linda & Thomas Ferguson
Thank you for your hospitality. Your bed and breakfast is wonderful. We all enjoyed our stay. The breakfast was amaing and the scenery...
- The Moshams
One of the nicest places I've stayed at! Enjoyed the peaceful surroundings. I'm glad to have found this quiet oasis. Dieter knows...
- Percy and Wendy
We have found an unexpected treasure in "Birds of a Feather". This was so much more than a place to rest our heads. Thank you Nicole...
- R & V

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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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