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This was our first visit here and we loved it. Its the first time we took our 10 week old baby girl out on a trip. It was so peaceful...
- Harma, Mandip and Jaya
We came here for our elopement (we were married on the dock !) which was absolutely perfect. The place is beautiful, the hosts...
- Mr & Mrs Chaaban
EPIC!....As always! Our favorite B&B. We will be back! 
- Nicole M Whitney
Thank you Dieter and Annette very much for a relaxing weekend. Chuck and I were celebrating our 33rd wedding anniversary. The Fancy...
- Chuck & Colleen
So sorry we could only stay one night - what a beautiful setting. Thank you for your warm hospitality. 
- Louanne and John
Thanks for the wonderful hospitality, we had a great time! This was our first time experiencing a B&B, and it was a memorable one...
- Frederick Roberts
We were attending, as a family, the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the building of Hatley Park by my great grandfather, James...
- Sir Rupert and Lady (Priscilla) Bromley
Herzlichen Dank fur Eure Gastfreundschaft. Der Zufall ... Ich bin ein Gluckskind, dass ich Dich Dieter auf dem West Coast Trail...
Returned to Birds of a Feather for a second stay after 11 years of absence. Still the best B&B anywhere ! Weather perfect for...
- David & Katie
Our stay was so wonderful. this is an awesome place, so clean & nice. Loved our room. Had such fun staying. The breakfats were...
- Jim & Anita Spence

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Storm Watching

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As mild and temperate as our climate is, we still experience the full force of the mighty Pacific Ocean, especially in the winter months.  Driving along Dallas Road during a winter storm is a favorite passtime of Victorians, as long as the road is not closed at Ross Bay by massive breakers hurling logs onto the street like matchsticks!  But you don't have to drive downtown to experience these magnificent weather events -- just step out the door at Birds of a Feather and experience the full force of a winter south-easterly a few steps away.