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Very relaxing stay. We liked the spacious room (especially the HUGE bathroom) and the quiet, comfortable bed.  
- Laurie & Dave
It has been a great three days celebrating our 55th wedding anniversary with our family. The weather cooperated with a big blow and...
- Wali & Darlene McGregor
We enjoyed the calm, quiet beautiful place. All that we needed to get away and celebrate 5 yrs of marriage. Wonderful rooms, good food...
- Kent and Dina Johnson
What a beautiful getaway. Love the view, amazing sunrises and sunsets. Thank you.
- Jody & Doug
We had a wonderful 5 day stay at the Birds of a Feather. We enjoyed all that this area had to offer, from the beautiful sunrise, the...
- Judee and Stewart Kerr
Dear Dieter and Ashley,  The place is lovely! We spent our honeymoon here. The only disappointment - would have liked just one more...
- Lisa and Michael
Another great girls vacation! Beautiful surroundings, peaceful sleeps, fantastic weather, great food and scenery! What more could one...
- DeeAnne and Pamela
My fiance and I came up to Victoria to escape the chaos of every day life and found the perfect respite at Birds of a Feather. Perfect...
- Jennifer and Alec
We are coming to the close of a 12-day vacation. We have enjoyed our stay greatly. Much of the pleasure of our stay owes to Dieter...
- Harley and Carol
We enjoyed our time in this beautiful setting! The accommodation was perfect for a family. It is so hard to find a B&B which...
- Katherine and Keith Eason

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Roche Cove Regional Park

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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.

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