Located on the west side of Shawnigan Lake, this smoke free property offers two rooms with fully equipped kitchenettes including microwave and fridge. Both suites have private entrances, ensuite bathrooms and a BBQ on the deck. The continental style breakfast, placed in your room the day of your arrival, features home baking, fresh fruit (in season) and cheese with sliced meats. For longer stays, there is a breakfast menu which includes such meals as Eggs Benny or Bagels with Cream Cheese and Smoked Salmon (Lox). Each unit has a a queen sized bed, smart TV, free WiFi, 2 USB ports, seating areas both inside and out and views of the many garden areas. You are welcome to wander in the many garden areas or rest in one of the chairs. We are located within walking distance of the Trans-Canada Trail, part of the Canada trail, where people enjoy walking and cycling. The historic Kinsol Trestle is a short 10 minute drive and the West Side Park on the lake shore is a 5 minute drive. Several restaurants are in the village and you will need a car to reach them. We have free parking on the property. We are about 30 minute drive from Duncan to the north and 30 minutes from Victoria to the south.
Lined with art by Jude Gilley this private entry room features a queen size bed, full bath, seating area, dresser, closet, & flat screen TV
Features a queen size bed, 3/4 bath, kitchenette, sitting area, fireplace, & private balcony
Foresta pluviale, Rurale, Appartato, Regione vinicola
Victoria, BC, Canada (YYJ)
It is best to use a GPS to find us. If you need directions, I can send them to you in advance depending on where you are coming from.
Interessi Storici, Lago, Musei, Area Picnic, Servizi religiosi, Vigneti
Aria condizionata, Ventilatori, Attrezzature per Caffè/Tè, DVD Player, Camino, Frigorifero, Asciugacapelli, Kitchenette, Microonde, Film disponibili, Barbecue, parcheggio, Ingresso privato, TV, Wi-Fi
Jude and Tom
We moved Vancouver island and built our west coast post and beam home as a retirement project. Once the home was almost done, we decided to open a B&B and have enjoyed welcoming visitors. Our several garden areas have been cleared from forest and planted with Rhododendrons and perennials. There is a large vegetable garden in the back fenced to keep out our local deer population.