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Stayed here with my teen daughter on our way to UVic. Beautiful heritage home, that is well kept. Room had a large Jacuzzi that we both would have like to try but didn't get the chance. Everything was very clean, staff friendly and breakfast delicious Nothing
We loved the classic oldness of the place...the architecture was amazing! The staff was friendly and informative for places to go. We were there to celebrate our 28th anniversary and they upgraded us at no extra cost. The place had a musty smell to it...we got used to it. When booking, we put in diet restrictions which they had a challenge adhering to. (no seafood or pork products)
The living room and breakfast area were beautiful and new looking. The owner kindly compromised when there were big problems to solve. And the neighborhood was lovely. The rooms were terrible. They were dirty, stained carpet, cramped; no clock, tissues, reading lamp, or simple amenities. Oneshower caddy was rusty, & the bathroom door wouldn't close. Holes in wall in hall w/light hanging by a wire, paint fumes.
It was situated in the ideal location for us. I love old world charm and this 100 year old building in a lovely residential neighborhood certainly retained that. One cannot ask for more when it is situated next door to a castle ! Very quiet and peaceful The bathroom did not have hand soap, tissues or shampoo. I had expected those amenities as standard fare.
The character and the delicious breakfast. The easy check-in and check-out system. missing shelves in the shower for toiletries.
quite beautiful scenery, kind, clean room, nice kitchen.
This was my first time staying at a B&B, and while I was at first caught off guard by it being a room in someone's home (due entirely to lack of familiarity on my part), the hosts were nothing but hospitable, the room was clean and comfortable, and breakfast was delicious. Best of all was waking up to a gorgeous view of the harbor that was unobstructed from my room - definitely something I could get used to. My one complaint is that the property was a little hard to find - Waze took me in the wrong direction, so I circled the block a few times before finally finding it. If you're visiting, take a right on Amity Dr. and the entrance is on the left, although the house is set back a bit from the road.