West End Guest House
1362 Haro Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 1G2
604-681-2889 Fax: 604-688-8812
Built in 1906 this full service bed and breakfast located in Vancouver’s West End is conveniently close to cruise ship terminals and Robson Street.
|Accommodation Type |||Bed & Breakfast|
|Payment |||Discover, Interac, American Express, Visa|
|Cross Street |||Harrow and Broughton|
|Sunday-Saturday : 7:00AM - 8:00PM|
Profile Last Updated: February 13, 2009
The interior is richly decorated and filled with antiques like overstuffed parlor furniture and a Belgian-made mahogany dining suite from the 1920’s. Glance along the hallways and throughout the bedrooms to see walls lined with photos chronicling early west coast living -- a reminder of the previous occupants who were the owners of Edwards Brothers Photo Supplies in Vancouver.
Soak up the nostalgia in this quaint abode. Each bedroom is a flashback to the 1930’s with brass beds, a goose down duvet, feather pillows and fine cotton liners. The private ensuite baths provide soft terry bathrobes for your comfort, and most suites have Casablanca ceiling fans or an open skylight. There’s a modern touch, too: every room includes a telephone, colour television and DVD player. The Euro King Room has an extra wide queen sized bed and two 1940’s-style over-stuffed chairs. For something more posh, the Grand Queen Room is a smaller junior suite but with a Queen sized bed and organza canopy treatment. Or lose yourself in the romantic Terra Queen room with its Oak and English furnishings, with additional features that include a gas fireplace and a bathroom with a steam shower. Rise from a luxurious sleep well rested and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast in the period dining room, with the opportunity for pleasant conversation with the other guests.
Relax While You’re Here
For those peaceful Vancouver afternoons when you want to just relax, you can spend time in the parlor by the fireplace, lounging on the verandah, soaking up the sun on the sundeck, or taking a walk in the intimate garden setting. If you’re a more active type borrow a mountain bike for a day and spend some time exploring all Vancouver has to offer.
Note: Call for reservations and schedules