|Accommodation Type |||Bed & Breakfast|
|General Amenities |||Parking|
|Room Amenities |||Hairdryer in Room, Iron, Refrigerator, Coffee Maker|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Cross Street |||Jervais and Barclay|
Profile Last Updated: February 12, 2009
This 1904 house boasts elegant two-room suites with sophisticated detailing like claw foot bathtubs and custom furnishings. Some of the interiors reflect the fusion of international designers and local artistry while the combination of old-world glamour and new-age comfort make this bed & breakfast a must see for both locals and visitors to Vancouver.
Comfort and Class
All suites are fitted with custom wood furnishings, chandeliers, and crisp white linens. Along with toiletries and bathrobes, each room includes a hairdryer, iron/board, mini fridge, coffee maker/tea and complimentary water. You will also enjoy a range of amenities including continental and hot breakfasts, personal lounge areas, TVs with DVD players, CD players, wireless Internet, and off-street parking.
Each room reflects a different theme to represent various aspects of West Coast living. The Beach Room’s décor is turquoise blue and sandy brown while the fresh Mountain Room has a queen-sized sleigh bed, Juliette balcony, and claw foot bathtub. The Peak Room maintains its ‘snowcapped mountain’ theme with crisp whites and a skylight. Getting lost in comfort is not a problem in the Forest Room where beautiful greens and wood tones surround the king-size bed that anchors the room. The Haidaway suite features native-influenced art pieces, a large jet tub and lounge area with a pullout couch. Bursting with cherry reds and soft green accents, the Garden Room is a joyful space that includes a fireplace, wet bar and sofa.