This charming cottage was originally a bird aviary, so it has a unique hexagon shape.
It has a queen size bed and two small bunk beds.
It is snug and delightful. It consists of a bedroom with a TV, a tiny kitchen area and a bathroom. There is a microwave, bar fridge, and a selection of movies to enjoy.
We were able to see a deer eating breakfast in the amazing garden, that the cottage looks out onto.
The cottage has special features like mural painting inside the bedroom and microwave popcorn.
We aren't huge breakfast people, so we were provided with a gorgeous plate of toasts and English Muffins with jam, fresh juice and tea. However, the guestbook had previous guests raving about the Eggs Benedict etcetera.
The cottage is located close to all the Victoria attractions.
A weekend cost us close to what a generic hotel chain would have. Instead we had a personal adventure.
Unique Quality: There is a stunning hot tub right outside of the cottage. It is beautifully maintained.
The owners allow generous hours, so we were able to watch shooting stars at night, from the tub. Even though it was November, it was lovely to be outside in the hot tub.
463 Belleville Street, Victoria
906 McClure St., Victoria
680 Montreal Street, Victoria
1450 Douglas Street, (formerly Hotel Douglas), Victoria
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