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We accidently referred to this B&B as "Birds of Paradise". After our 2 nights stay, we now feel that the paradise part is spot on...
- Kristin & Simon
Thanks Dieter, Ashley, and Laurie for all of your help in making my son's 18th birthday a memorable one. We've thoroughly enjoyed...
- Brenda and Tristan
Thanks for making our stay comfortable and pleasant - so easy to be here.
- Marylu & Dave
We love the house and room ... beautiful view! The dogs were cute! We had a ton of fun and will be back to stay again! Any friends who...
- Katie and Eric
Great room. Nice location. Helpful Host. Good facilities and easy access to wi-fi. Will come again.
- Gavin & Pops
For 2 Californians who just moved from Los Angeles to Sacramento, Birds of Feather provided the perfect gateway to relax and unwind....
- Lauren & Jeremiah
My recent stay at Birds of a Feather was a great experience. As a new student to Royal Roads University I found the location to the...
- Dianne Appleby
RRU Convocation 2008. Thank you so much to Dieter and Annette. The place was fabulous and was a great introduction to the island for...
- Heather and Mike Bishop
We had a wonderful stay here and wished we could stay longer.  The breakfast was delicious and very filling :)  Thank you for the...
- Ivy and Crawford
We enjoyed our 2 night stay at Birds of a Feather. The view from our room was beautiful. It was nice to be greeted by Mac whenever we...
- Matt and Jennifer

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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.