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Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat

201 North View Pl, British Columbia V8K 1A9 Canada
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#19 of 24 Specialty lodging in Salt Spring Island
Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat is a clean, quiet, self-contained one-bedroom cottage set on 5 rural acres on Salt Spring Island. The cottage is family friendly with one queen bed and a single cot in the living room. There is food provided for you to make breakfast at your leisure. Come and enjoy our island peace & tranquility.
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Free breakfast
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Zoe S wrote a review Aug 2018
Vancouver, Canada57 contributions18 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights while visiting the island for a friends wedding. The cottage was very cute and they had made lots of little touches like leaving fresh local fruit out and lots of information about local hiking trails etc. The cottage had everything you would need for a quiet getaway in the woods including a local deer who came by to say hello.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from Terri B, Owner at Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat
Responded Aug 13, 2018
So glad that you enjoyed your stay at the cottage! Alan & Terri
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Margaret E wrote a review Jun 2016
Vail, Arizona23 contributions9 helpful votes
Secluded, comfortable cottage in the woods with an amazing deck. Deer graze right around the cottage and there are all kinds of birds. Close enough to Ganges to run down the road for dinner, harbour views, kayaking or whale watching. I didn't want to leave.
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Date of stay: June 2016
Carly Jamieson wrote a review Oct 2013
Vancouver, Canada45 contributions9 helpful votes
Stayed two nights with my auntie and enjoyed it very much. We came and went without having to check in with the owners (our preference), though they were nice when we did meet them. great deck with bbq with forest view. No fireplace but pretty much everything else you could want. the fold out couch wasnt that comfy but I am not that fussy and gave my aunt the bedroom. the view from the livingroom in the morning (surrounded by green forest) made up for any lack of proper mattress. this cute cabin is located at the very northern tip of the island and was plenty convenient. We really loved the feeling of privacy, wood ceilings, deck with tree stumps poking out from it, and well stocked kitchen. they even left us almond milk when I mentioned my dairy allergy over the email. one little downside - no bathtub - just a shower stall. after a good 3 hours kayaking I was kind of looking forward to a tubby. That said, would return again, lovely place.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Trip type: Traveled with family
simjenk wrote a review Jul 2013
Ottawa75 contributions42 helpful votes
My wife and I spent two nights with our three year old daughter at Honeysuckle Cottage in early July. Its really off the beaten path (even for an Island that itself is off the beaten path). But that's what made it great for us. The cottage is surrounded by moss and forest and amazingly very few bugs! Every morning there were deer munching around our cottage. It has a great deck to lounge on and all the facilities you need (great kitchen, good selection of DVDs, lots of interesting books to read, very clean). They also give you everything you need for a nice breakfast (eggs, tea, cereal, honey, jam, bread, yogurt, some fruit). We met Teri, one of the owners, and she provided us with great tips on trails to visit. One in particular, Dunbabin, was amazing, and we wouldn't have thought of it ourselves. The binder full of hikes and information was also very useful. Two minor complaints: the pullout couch isn't that comfortable to sleep on and it would be nice if they had a standard sized BBQ. But those are pretty small things and we would definitely come back.
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Date of stay: July 2013Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat
Which popular attractions are close to Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat?
Nearby attractions include Blue Horse Folk Art Gallery (0.1 miles), Lavender and Black (1.2 miles), and Janet Dwyer Photography (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Honeysuckle Cottage B&B Retreat?
Conveniently located restaurants include Twig & Buoy, Fernwood Road Cafe, and Seaside Restaurant LTD.