October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Beaconsfield Inn in Victoria, British Columbia
Let the serene beauty of the Pacific Northwest sweep you away, the relaxing atmosphere of British Columbia calm your senses, and the elegance of classical English style assure your every comfort at Beaconsfield Inn. With its distinguished Edwardian design and quiet, unassuming location, this fabulous inn just outside of downtown provides an authentic taste of Victoria. Nine charming suites blend antique elegance and contemporary sophistication with an ornate design that incorporates polished dark wood period furniture, stained glass windows, and a deep, royal color palette. French doors lead out to a private patio, while separate picture windows provide ample light. After a day in the great outdoors soak in the marvelous whirlpool tub, recline next to the fireplace to warm your soul, and drift off to sleep in plush four-poster beds.
Wake to a delightful breakfast each morning, served in the breakfast room or conservatory, before venturing out to explore the lush coastal wonderland that is Victoria. Head out on the open ocean on a whale watching tour, spotting orcas, greys, and even humpbacks, or enjoy an afternoon of deep sea fishing in the cold, abundant northern Pacific. Experience the scenic southern coast gliding through the waters in a canoe, and hike along the Galloping Goose Trail following the Strait of Juan De Fuch in East Sooke Regional Park. Climb to the pinnacle of Mt. Finlayson in Goldstream Provincial Park, and take a sunny afternoon to mountain bike through the lush trails of Mt. Work Regional Park before cooling off with a dip in the Durrance or Fork Lakes. Return to visit Butchart Gardens, the vast botanical gardens that have bloomed since 1904, and learn the fascinating history of the area at the Royal BC Museum. Wander through historic Market Square, on the border of the vibrant LoJo fashion district, and find the perfect café for an afternoon snack. For the perfect taste of Victoria, head to the Inner Harbour area, where Pescatores Seafood & Grill presents amazing fresh seafood, an enticing oyster bar, and perfectly grilled steaks.
Location of Beaconsfield Inn
Nearest Airport: YYJ
Amenities for Beaconsfield Inn
- General Information
- 9 Suites
- Non-Smoking Property
- Dining Room
- On-Site Amenities
- Private Whirlpools
- In-Room Amenities
- Satellite Television
- Whale Watching
- Art Galleries
Reviews for Beaconsfield Inn
We stayed with our adult daughter in the McClure room which was very adequate for the 3 of us. The full breakfast was delicious. The take away breakfast if you have to leave too early for the full cooked breakfast was inedible. The muffin was stale and store bought. Box of apple juice and a small apple rounded out the bag breakfast--very disappointing. The shower in the room was difficult to get a consistent temperature--the faucet system was unpredictable and made the shower experience tense. We had a problem with our bill wherein an extra $35/day was added for the 3rd adult in the room. Nothing on the website, during the reservation process or in our confirmation indicated that this was a pricing policy. I am still waiting for the resolution.
l0vet0travel60 - La Grange, NY
Unusual setting, lovely house but could do with a fresh outlook. Trying to capture old English Colonial style with its historic and interesting past, however the new Asian owners are off the mark in a number of ways. Very convenient for town and transport. Over priced for quality of room.
Baz N Suze C
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Beaconsfield Inn. The Inn is beautiful, filled with antiques and well-kept. Celina and Nancy were very gracious hostesses and did whatever they could to make our stay enjoyable. Our suite was spacious and romantic. I wish we had a small refrigerator and/or microwave, but there was a refrigerator on our floor that we could use. The breakfasts were delicious and had beautiful presentation. We also enjoyed tea and cake in the afternoons and sherry in the early evening. There is a TV, but no air conditioning. We were there in mid-August and didn't need air conditioning. We left on the early ferry the last day and Celena had bags fixed for us with muffins, yogurt, and juice to take with us since we wouldn't be there for breakfast. That was above and beyond. We always felt safe walking anywhere in the area/city.
Donna H - Carencro, Louisiana
If you think you'd enjoy staying in an authentic and original Edwardian mansion, then this is the place for you. We had the Maclure room 109 on the top floor which was bright, and beautifully decorated. You really feel like you're traveling back in time here, both in the setting and the experience. Breakfasts were good and our host was very nice. It's centrally located so it was nice just to leave the car parked for a whole day while we walked the city. If you're a walker, then the ocean is an easy reach by foot, as is the Cook Street neighbourhood for food and other stuff. I would highly recommend this B&B.
EdW58 - Vancouver, Canada
We stayed for one night, and it was an enjoyable experience. It's a charming Victorian bed and breakfast, and we enjoyed playing chess in the library. The breakfast room is lovely, and we enjoyed breakfast, which was a bit sugary, but tasty. If you let them know you're gluten-free ahead of time, they'll prepare you a gluten-free breakfast. We stayed in the Verandah Room, which was fine. There's no air conditioning, so we needed to keep the windows open at night. We were there during BC day celebrations, so we could hear the symphony and the fireworks going on late into the night. We had earplugs, so it wasn't a big deal, but just something to note! The location was nice, walking distance to the harbor area, and parking was easy. Overall, it was a charming bed and breakfast.
travelGLUru - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania