When you think about going to a B&B in Victoria and want to be spoiled come to Ashcroft House!
After arranging with the innkeepers a special late night check in from our direct flight at night into Victoria we were set with a completely prepared room for our arrival. David and Paulanne provided every assistance possible.
Breakfasts were varied and scrumptious in a dining room looking over the street. Our main dietary needs were no pig or cow and they met this challenge head-on without difficulty. One day we even had homemade chicken sausage. It was so delicate and delicious!
On the day that we were planning on going to some local gardens for Saturday night fireworks she kindly and without asking provided a blanket to sit and watch them on. If you stay more than three nights they provides discounts for local attractions. They always made sure that we had directions if needed to go where we wanted to go. And, they also provided suggestions when asked.
The accommodations were clean and very beautiful in an older home with appropriate furniture. In the evenings sherry and cookies are available with a community family room to visit in. The home itself is just a short walk to the seawall where a nice walk can be had before or after breakfast. It is centrally located between Beacon Hill Park and downtown Victoria. The only noise that you hear in the morning is that of the regular traffic in your own home if you live in suburbia.
I would recommend staying here.
Unique Quality: The innkeepers think of everything to make your visit as pleasant as possible. Plus the place is lovely.
Directions: between downtown Victoria and Beacon Hill Park within a five minute walk to seawall.
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