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Beautiful Spot! So calm and peaceful. A lovely part of our own backyard we haven't seen before. Amazing views and Sounds of the Ocean...
- Natasha and Giorgio Linguanti
Lovely spot and convenient for all area. Dieter very helpful. Thank you so much !
- Dan & Alice
Thanks for a lovely time. This place is so special and we will remember it always. Hope we can return again to enjoy it some more....
- Raymond and Anne
Dieter, this was a wonderful stay (so grateful you encouraged the 2 extra days !), you are the consummate host/chef ! Thanks for all...
- The Hayeses
We are coming back! Love the quiet, peaceful refuge from busy life. Definitely walk to the castle through the old growth forest. Then...
- Melanie and Kelly Morstad
Every day is a unique adventure out on the Salish Sea but today's trip stood out. We launched at Pedder Bay Marina in Metchosin to...
- Dieter Gerhard, boat captain Birds of a Feather Zodiac Medline III
Thanks Dieter, Ashley, and Laurie for all of your help in making my son's 18th birthday a memorable one. We've thoroughly enjoyed our...
- Brenda and Tristan
After more than 700km of bikery my husband and I were very happy to have a nice night of sleeping. The BnB is very clean and the view...
- Sonia and Stephane
What a beautiful B&B - a delightful location - and hosts - delicious breakfasts and planning advice that made our stay ever more...
- Sandy
Beautiful little piece of heaven! Woke up to gorgeous sunrise! Wish we could have stayed longer!
- Tanya and Brian

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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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