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Wow! Wow! Wow! As I sit here on the eve of our departure I am sad at how fast our time here flew by! We had an absolutely fantastic...
- Cheryl and Jean-Guy
A superb stay in an outstanding location - topped by a fantastic day with Dieter looking for - and finding the local wildflife, bald...
- Mike & Alison
Today was our wedding day and I wouldn't have changed a thing ! Thank you so much for ensuring our day was special. We can not wait to...
- Brad
Thank you, Dieter, for a wonderful stay. We absolutely loved Birds of a Feather and will recommend to all. Thanks also for the...
- Dianne & Stephen
Thank you so much for your hospitaity, for your care and attention while booking, for your attention to detail to making our father's...
- Else, Heike and Ute
A beautiful, peaceful home on the lake [lagoon]. Thank you for the hospitality. Our first trip to Canada - certainly not our last....
- Roy & Renee
Thank you for sharing your wonderful place with us. The advice of places to see is greatly appreciated and we really enjoyed...
- Jean & Dorothy
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
Thank you Dieter & Holly for a great week. Our room & breakfasts were superb. We look forward to seeing you again.
- The Banks
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Sooke Potholes Regional Park

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You can picnic or swim at the river, explore the short forest trails or enjoy the stunning vistas from one of several viewpoints. You may see black-tailed deer, red squirrels or bald eagles riding the breezes overhead.

The "potholes" are unique geological formations - deep pools in the river rock - that offer some of the best freshwater swimming in the region.

The Sooke River is the second largest on southern Vancouver Island and home to a productive salmon run every fall.

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