Qualicum Heritage Inn
Haunted Inns I have seen
We celebrated my mothers 87th birthday at this Inn, a nice evening, great service, good food, they gave us our own room all to our selves, as there was a wedding party in the larger room, that was okay.
Unique Quality: We learned that this Inn is haunted, it used to be a private boys school back in 1935 - 1970, it is reputed to be the home of two mischievous ghosts whose favourite haunt is the fourth floor. The ghosts are now famous and their story can be seen on Discovery Channels "Creepy Canada" series. In July 1977, the Inn was the location for an ABC-TV movie starring Myrna Loy, Lynda Day-George, Suzanne Somers, Brian Denehy and Robert Foxworth. The movie entitled, "It happened at Lakewood Manor" or "The Ants" brought nationwide recognition to the property. For three weeks, the Inn was a large movie set with scenes involving bulldozers, helicopters, fire trucks, and ambulances. In 1987, The Qualicum Heritage Inn began another tradition by hosting the first of many "Murder Mystery Weekends" & "Medieval Dinners". They also host events such as the popular Coronation Street Weekend, Robbie Burns Day and the Christmas "Festival of Trees".
Ask to be allowed into room 453, and see what happens.
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