November 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hastings House Country House Hotel in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
Hastings House Country House Hotel is a small luxury country resort, spa and restaurant sitting on 22 acres on the waterfront of Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Explore British Columbia’s natural beauty, Salt Spring’s mild climate and the warmth and creativity of its people.
Enjoy luxury lodging in one of our Suites, Cottages or Manor Houses. Each of our accommodations offer tranquilizing ocean views or views of the surrounding gardens or harbor. The Fine Dining Room and the Bistro are 2 of the best dining options on Salt Spring Island. Breakfast and afternoon tea are offered to all in-house guests and in the evening, our restaurants cater to our in-house guests and locals, alike. Each boasting their own charm, welcomes you to experience the finest of culinary delights, all while featuring one of the most extensive wine lists in Western Canada. There is a little boutique Spa on site, nestled among cedar trees and lovingly tended gardens. Wellspring Spa is housed in a cozy, cedar-clad barn reconstructed when the farm became a hotel. Expert massage and spa treatments are performed by professional, licensed and exceptionally trained spa therapists.
Location of Hastings House Country House Hotel
Nearest Airport: YYJ
Amenities for Hastings House Country House Hotel
- General Information
- 18 Guest Rooms and Suites
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Cable Television
- Hair Dryers
- Fully-Equipped Kitchen
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Mini Refrigerators
- Wellness Programs
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hastings House Country House Hotel
We were delighted from the time we walked over to reception to when we enjoyed a glass of wine on our deck. Hastings House is a serene and beautiful property. One has several choices when it comes to accommodation which suits . We stayed in one of the suites and it was truly lovely. Each morning we received fresh, hot muffins to our door. What a treat. The breakfasts are just right and the dining room is old country special. I cannot say enough about our stay. We had a lovely hike through the treed woods and the House gardens. This spot feeds your sole and gives you pause to breathe! I smile as I write this review. You will find all employees ready with a smile and an elegance that fits the property. Lovely.
joykarlock - British Columbia
We were cordially picked up at the ferry landing and taken to a English looking, romantic fairytale setting. Ours was the Meadow Room, opening on a floral meadow. Room is excellent and large and the strong shower is a real unexpected treat. Fine dining really is fine. The chef, Marcel Kauer artfully combines and segregates salt, sweet and muted tastes and the plating is an art form you don't want to disturb but must. This restaurant costs, but you get exactly what you paid for if you desire , artful, truly fine dining with great seascape ambiance.Breakfast, which comes with the room, is equally artistic,out of the ordinary run of bacon and eggs and very delicious. This is first class property in all ways. A walk to the center of town takes 10-15 minutes. Slip through the meadow and you're in the woods and the walks are a highlight. Staff is very attentive and two muffins are in a basket by your door when you awaken. The TripAdvisor software would not let me enter five stars, but it is!
Joel A - Santa Barbara, California
The service, the quaint rooms and the European atmosphere makes this the perfect getaway. I love the fireplace! I hope to get back soon. The food is fantastic and the setting is lovely. We enjoyed walking around the neighbourhood.
Cheryl C - Winnipeg, Canada
astings House was amazing. we spent 10 days their with our family. The staff was so happy to accommodate. The events manager Lynsey was on-site from early morning to late at night to help with anything she could. McKenzie the customer service manager was at her side to make sure our gang had everything. The chef Marcel was excellent, and the rest of the gang gave all they could to accommodate. The rooms were very cozy and confortable, always very clean. The grounds were so indescribably beautiful. It is a short walk to the nearby town of Ganges. We took seaplanes to Ganges so it is a short hop in their shuttle to the hotel. They gave us a great deal on scooter rentals as well which was tons of fun. I can't say enough. Thanks.
Stayed one night only in the Somerset Suite. The hotel made an exception to their two night minimum because we booked close to our stay day and the suite was open. It was expensive but spacious, clean and comfortable. Lots of towels and good bedding. Excellent view and quiet. The wifi worked well. The A/C worked a little too well on the hot night we were there and we were challenged by the dated thermostat and ended up waking up too hot in the night. The furniture is old English inn style. Kind of shabby chic. The TV was flat screen but not high definition. The shower was commodious but the water pressure was low. The coffee maker was functional but dated and the coffee provided was awful. Once the restaurant opens in the morning it will provide thermoses of much better quality. I guess because it was Labour Day the morning muffin delivery didn't make it to our suite. First world problems! We had dinner in the al la carte section of the dining room. Among us we had the mushroom soup du jour and meatball starters. For mains, schnitzel, pork tenderloin and shepherd's pie. All were good or better. The presentation and service was excellent. I found the shepherd's pie a little uninspired and put off by the rich layer of melted cheese that covered the potato crust. Dinner for three with a $50 bottle of wine and 20% tip came to a little over $200. Breakfast is included and we arrived at 8 when the dining room opened. We were told by the chef that no servers had arrived but she would do her best to accommodate us. Coffee and juice arrived promptly and our breakfasts in 15 minutes or so. I think we were fortunate to have been the first customers. Our mains of traditional bacon, eggs and hash browns and a take on eggs Benedict were fine. A minor quibble that the one person who wanted firm yolks got runny ones and another that wanted runny got hard. We're a hard to please group. Dry toast was served without any side butter and tasty jams on request. Oh, the aforementioned muffins were delivered to our table for takeaway.
KaiserVictoria - Victoria