We had a wonderful visit and would definitely recommend to friends. 
- Hayley, Kyle & Oliver
Perfect place for us to spend a night after picking up our son from university. I will be back and would love to spend at least 3...
- Sue, Joey & Marc
What a delightful place and great hospitality. We had a wonderful time and thank you sincerely
- Toni & Wally
Our very sincere thanks for your wonderful hospitality during our stay here at Birds of a Feather. This has been a highlight of our...
- Barb & Mark
This is a wonderful place to stay. We hiked in Goldstream Park and the Coast Trail in East Sooke. Also enjoyed the water ferry ballet...
- Priscilla & Lee Perry
What a beautiful peaceful place with great friendly staff & owners. The balconies + decks are the perfect place to watch the birds...
We enjoyed exploring the area returning to such a comfy place to rest each night! Thank you Debbie for the yummy morning large spreads...
- The Dumas Boie family
Well we only got to enjoy a couple of days here but it was most refreshing. Enjoying a wonderful breakfast on the deck on a beautiful...
- Mimi
Thank you Paphada and Dieter for everything. Your kindness will forever remain in our hearts. 
- Sam & Damara
- Roanne & Jeremy Rohr



Panorama 360° Virtual Tours - Esquimalt Lagoon

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360 Virtual Tour panorama Bed and Breakfast Victoria waterfront
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Esquimalt Lagoon as seen from a rock island formation at the far end of the lagoon. It will also give you a perspective of just how big the lagoon is. Pan about 45°  to the right and zoom in on the bridge. This is where the tide flows in and out under the bridge. This is also where you can exit / enter the lagoon with a boat.

A few degrees to the left and you'll see two boat houses, home to the Royal Roads University rowing club.

Unfortunately the snow-capped Olympic Mountain range is only barely visible in this panorama out across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. They are stunning as you walk along the beach and they are fully visible.



More 360 Virtual Tour Panoramas of Birds of a Feather Bed and BreakfastB&B Grounds | Common Area Roof-top Terrace | Honeymoon Suite #1

Luxury Suite #2 | Family Suite #3 | Esquimalt Lagoon | Beach & Olympic Mountains

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