250-391-8889
1-800-730-4790

Quite nice - quiet, clean, & nice surroundings. We enjoyed ourselves and will recommend to our friends. Once is not enough and...
- Greg & Toi
Came here for my mother's 55th birthday. I was pleasantly surprised by the private, at home atmosphere. Your dog is hysterical and...
- Guest
This was a great start to our Canada vacation. We especially appreciated the wonderful weather. The 14 swans feeding down at the dock...
- John & Cathy Bonnett
How happy we are that we found Birds of a Feather ! The location is beautiful, the room spectacular, and the hospitality heartwarming...
- Delance & Tyler
This is a great place to relax and enjoy after a busy day in the city. I'm just sorry we had most of our time planned for us due to...
- Donna and Terry
Exceeded our expectations! Beautiful view. Excellent nights rest. Would definately return.  Vielen Dank! 
- Jane
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
We loved staying at your home so much. Hatley Castle & Gardens were beautiful! We had a blast using the canoe and paddleboat....
- Tim, Yvette, and Ethan
Woken up by the sound of Canada geese, watching the deer and the swan on the property in the mist early morning or in the elongated...
- Kieran & Fred
Wow! How relaxing and peaceful can one place be? We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The estuary provided a peaceful setting to observe...
- Melinda

Roche Cove Regional Park

BOOK DIRECT - Best Price

 

Roche Cove and Roche Harbour in Sooke Basin are named for Richard Roche, 3rd Lieutenant on HMS Satellite, a British naval vessel stationed in Victoria from 1857-1860. Picnic at the protected cove after an easy walk from the parking area. The sand reveals little-neck clams and barnacles at low tide. At high tide, look for sea stars moving over broken shells in search of food. On the water, you might see migrating ducks, such as red-breasted mergansers, Barrow's golden-eye or buffleheads.

BC