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Bed and Breakfasts in British Columbia, Canada

 

      Vancouver / Coast Mountains      

 

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British Columbia’s largest city, Vancouver, is spectacularly located on BC’s south coast. The Coast mountains form a backdrop to Canada’s third largest city, with views to Mount Baker in Washington State.

 

Famous attractions such as the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Granville Island, Chinatown and Gastown, Stanley Park, the VanDusen Gardens, Queen Elizabeth Park, UBC museum of Anthropology, the Olympic cauldron and a vibrant cultural and epicurean scene make Vancouver a must visit on your trip to British Columbia. Then make the trip up the spectacular Sea to Sky highway to check out one of North America’s premier ski resorts Whistler/Blackcomb or take a ferry ride up to the Sunshine Coast.

 

Our Vancouver, Whistler and Sunshine Coast Bed & Breakfasts are as varied as the scenery you’ll see, but the innkeepers all offer outstanding hospitality and a wish to make your trip the best that it can be.

 

Discover the Vancouver Coast and Mountains Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

 

      Thompson Okanagan      

 

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Wine and fruit orchards, golf and water sports in a semi-arid climate are what the Thompson Okanagan region is known for.

 

Once through the coastal mountains, the landscape in British Columbia changes drastically. Summers are warm and dry, winters a little colder, offering great skiing at several great ski resorts.

 

The main cities of Kelowna and Kamloops centre a region with big recreational areas around Skaha, Okanagan and Shuswap lakes, where boating, houseboating, waterskiing, swimming and sailing are big attractions, while the Thompson River is known for great white water rafting.

 

On land is British Columbia’s wine region, offering award winning wines for tasting, world class restaurants, and challenging golf courses, as well as the Kettle Valley biking trail. Don’t miss famous Mount Robson and visit Canada’s only true desert in Osoyoos.

 

Our Thompson Okanagan Bed & Breakfasts offer you first class accommodation and amenities and above all the warmest welcome.

 

Discover the Thompson Okanagan Region Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

      Vancouver Island / Gulf Islands      

 

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Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands make up the Islands region of British Columbia. A mild climate has created a lush green landscape that includes rainforests, beaches, marshes and mountains which are home to a wide variety of wildlife.

 

One of the Island’s biggest attractions is the many opportunities for whale watching. Birding and fishing are also very popular activities, as are scuba diving and kayaking.

 

BC’s capital city of Victoria is a major destination for visitors; the famous Butchart Gardens, the fabulous Royal BC museum, an oceanfront walk along Dallas Road, a double decker bus tour or a horse-drawn carriage ride.

 

Tofino/Ucluelet on the West Coast offer world class surfing and old growth rainforest, the Cowichan Valley is a wine and food lover’s delight, the harbor city of Nanaimo offers many attractions, and the Island has a rich First Nations heritage.

 

Your Islands Bed & Breakfast hosts bid you a warm welcome.

 

Discover the Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands Region Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

       Kootenay Rockies      

 

kelowna apple tree roomBritish Columbia’s easternmost region takes you into the famous Rocky Mountains.

 

The Kootenay Rockies region is home to four of BC’s seven national parks, mineral hot springs, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Visit Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier and Mount Revelstoke National Parks for hiking, wildlife viewing and birdwatching, river rafting, mountain biking, swimming and boating, kayaking and canoeing.

 

Check out the mineral hot springs at Radium, Ainsworth, Nakusp and Fairmont.

 

The historic city of Nelson has a thriving art community and many heritage buildings.

 

Overall the Kootenay Rockies region is an outdoor paradise well worth your visit. Our Kootenay Rockies region member innkeepers can tell you all the best places to go and look forward to offering you their warmest hospitality.

 

Discover the Kootenay Rockies Region Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

   Cariboo Chilcotin    

 

smillies roomThe Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region covers a vast area of British Columbia, stretching from the Haida Gwaii Unesco World Heritage site to the Bowron Lakes canoe route to BC’s largest park, Tweedsmuir.

 

This is cowboy country, rich in the history of the goldrush and railways with fishing in the many lakes in the region a major attraction.


Discover the Cariboo Chilcotin Region Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

   Northern BC    

 

arbor fruitThe Northern BC region covers more than half of the province of British Columbia alone, and contains vast wilderness areas with small towns sprinkled throughout.

 

Prince George is the largest city, home to one of BC’s newest universities, while Prince Rupert is the northern terminal of the popular Inside Passage ferry route up BC’s coast.

 

This region still has a pioneering spirit and the innkeepers of our BC Bed & Breakfasts here reflect that spirit and its warm hospitality.


Discover the Northern Region Bed and Breakfasts of British Columbia

 

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Featured Bed & Breakfasts

 

Abbeymoore Manor, Victoria, BC, Canada

Visit beautiful Victoria and enjoy a luxurious stay at our century old mansion in the heart of the historic Rockland district.

Long Lake Waterfront Bed & Breakfast, Nanaimo, BC

Long Lake Waterfront Bed & Breakfast, a lakeside retreat in an old growth forest in the middle of thriving Nanaimo. Travelers Choice Award 2012 by Trip…

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