Historic Lund Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1436 Highway 101, Lund, British Columbia, V0N 2G0, Canada
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Satisfaction Average
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Solo40
  • Business50

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A Room With A View B&B


I am having trouble connecting with this B&B on the web-site and ask for a telephone number or email address to use for booking. Many thanks

Re: A Room With A View B&B

by mccalpin

Can you give us the website address for this B&B? The closest such B&Bs I can find are either in Walla Walla, Washington, or in Canmore, Alberta...neither one is particularly close to Vancouver, BC...


Re: A Room With A View B&B

by YVRDave

That was confusing....

Barbara, when I saw that address I shook my head in confusion for a second. Someone moved the W. (great find though)

There is an area called W. Vancouver and a W.14th Ave, they are very far apart.

The B&B is in a nice quiet neighbourhood, about 3 blocks from my old place and 4 from another VT'er RMDW.
About 4 blocks from Granville Street, buses, restaurants and shopping. 5 blocks to W.Broadway, more buses, restaurants and shopping.

If you wish to map it use 1816 W.14th Ave Vancouver BC

Re: A Room With A View B&B

by mccalpin

heh heh, I started the response while still searching tripadvisor and other venues, and Barbara jumped in in the meantime...no, I wouldn't have made my post if I had seen hers first ;-)


Re: A Room With A View B&B

by mccalpin

Hmmmn, that's weird...I looked at Tripadvisor for the B&B and couldn't find it, yet I COULD find it here on VT (probably due to the sharing of the TA and VT databases for hotels)...weirder and weirder...on the other hand, A Room With A View seems to be a pretty common name for B&Bs around the world...did I miss the memo???


Re: A Room With A View B&B

by coco18530

Hi, that address is now for sale. It was once a B&B but it isn't one any more.
Google "bed and breakfast vancouver" and several very nice options are available. I hope you weren't set on staying at that B&B.

Travel Tips for Vancouver

A tribute to the 2010 Olympics

by Carmanah

When I was 6 years old, Vancouver hosted Expo '86. A great deal of monumental structures were built that year which includes Canada Place, Science World, and the Skytrain system. However, one lesser-recognized additions was the inukshuk statue which currently stands at the southern end of English Bay. The inukshuk was a gift from the Inuit of Canada's arctic to Vancouver.

People always come up with different interpretations for what inukshuks are, but when I was little I was taught that they were traditionally built as place markers on the vast and barren tundra and were also used as a way to herd caribou - who knows. Regardless, inukshuks are human-like statues built out of carefully stacked rocks and are wide recognized as symbols of the Inuit culture.

In 2001 when Vancouver won the bid to host the 2010 winter Olympics, a contest was held to design the offiicial logo. The winner's design was a colourful interpretation of an inukshuk inspired by the one at English Bay.

The inukshuk design initially caused a huge controversy because people thought that the winning entry looked too amateurish. Others complained that it had absolutely nothing to do with Vancouver's indentity, but instead, continued to persist the stereotype that Canada will always be thought of as snowy and cold. I think there was a 90% disapproval rating for the inukshuk design, but it was created anyway and was first shown at the 2006 Torino Olympics during the closing ceremonies.

Regardless of public approval, it seems like the inukshuk will be Vancouver's Olympic logo. And whenever you pass by the inukshuk down on English Bay, now you know all about it.

Burning lungs = world class view

by davidmerron

Go do the grouse grind. Situated in north Vancouver, its base is a 10 minute drive from the city center. Its about a 2.0 km hike basically straight up to the top. At the top sits the ski hills of grouse mountain and the chalet. Here you can throw down a few beers and enjoy the amazing panoramic view of Vancouver. From there you can walk down or take the sky-tram down. And all that for the grand total of 0 dollars(minus the price of beers of course). Perfect summer days.

Whistler is the better place...

by Martin_B

Whistler is the better place to skis (my opinion) in North America. It's so beautiful there and we have access to 2 mountains which is Whistler moutain and Blackcomb moutain. My trip there was short (4 days) but I enjoy the beautiful view from the Glacier of Blackcomb. After 30 minutes to you grow up and after 3 chair lift that you take, you finally arrive the the peak and from the peak the view is so beautiful. You are more higher than the clouds. That's so beautiful.

Yes that is a plam tree...

by carlosx

Yes that is a plam tree growing in Canada! Vancouver has a very mild climate compared to most of Canada, the winters are mild and wet (lots of rain, but it rarely snows).I saw snow in the city maybe 5 times last winter, but its ussally just a dusting that melts off by the afternoon. However the local mountains get lots of snow, cypress mountain has over 5 mt of snow at the top of sky chair this season. In the spring it is great, you can go boarding on the local mountains in the morning and go chill on the beach or go golfing in the afternoon, I dont know if there are any other cities that can offer that. The summers are sunny and warm most of the time.

You must start drinking coffee...

by jenniferhen

You must start drinking coffee because you can not take 5 steps without hitting a Starbucks or some other coffee shop....IT IS INSANE HOW MANY THERE ARE! I did not see hardly any smokers, and it is my theroy that they all quit and took up coffee instead! Vancouver does not feel so much like a city, it is really a pretty place and I found it really easy to meet people. I am glad that I went and would likely go again. THE FOOD!!! They have every type of food you can imagine!! In my town we have mostly western style cuisine but in Vancouver they have it all! You must get out and eat in these ethnic places. There is everything from Japanese to Indian to Thai, all within walking distance, and of course try the seafood, you are on the coast!


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Address: 1436 Highway 101, Lund, British Columbia, V0N 2G0, Canada