How about staying at an Edwardian style Inn, built and operating during the Downton Abbey era, minus the aristocracy. An Inn where once, the Catholic Nuns turned it in a war time convalescence home and where Emily Carr wrote her last words and waved adieu to her cherished Vancouver Island, home of the Nootka Natives, who encountered her people through Captain Cook.
An Inn facing Beacon Hill Park in the quiet residential district of James Bay, on the upper end of the majestic tree- lined Government Street, by the Royal BC Museum and next to the exquisite Parliament Buildings designed by Francis Rattenbury , aka as BC’s greatest architect.
A Hotel, built in 1911 by five skillful brothers, with five different complementary trades, who had also build Christ Church Cathedral. An Inn surrounded by Heritage Houses of eclectic styles. An Inn, in the midst of Garden City, peppered with Cherry trees and lush gardens, blooming artistically through the year, thanks to April Robin, our landscaper “par excellence”. An Inn where, once in a while, a wandering peacock from the Children’s Farm Petting Zoo will drop by to visit and where the highly frequent hypnotic sound of Horse Carriages trotting by, seems to enchant the Hotel Guests day-dreaming on the Sundecks or sitting by their Bay-windows watching the birds go by, tweeting.
Stay with us and enjoy affordable, friendly, spotlessly clean , impeccably restored , conveniently located Victoria British Columbia Hotel Accommodation.
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