Ashcroft House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAshcroft House B&B Victoria
This was a highlight. Period cottage with wonderful furnishings and helpful hosts.
The breakfast was outstanding as the reviews said and we did get a little baggie to take for morning tea.
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After a wonderful 4 course breakfast ( complete with ziplock bags so we could take leftover cakes with us) we set off for the Buchart Gardens.
It had beautiful reds and golds as Fall has begun and the leaves are all changing Colour. I had never seen such vibrant pinks and oranges on trees like this before. Our cameras worked overtime. …
Today we woke up on the train. Our cabins were small, the beds bunks, and the air conditioning thermostatically challenged. This meant we all had a fitful sleep hot then cold then hot again.
It was a challenge for Ralph to get up to the top bunk and for Dorothy to get out around the ladder when the train was moving. Toilet visits were …
After leaving our little pine log cabin we had a lovely cafe style breakfast of a bacon and egg muffin. We had to deliver the car back to the train station and check in our bags for the Via Rail overnight trip to Vancouver.
It was quite early and we discovered that the train was going to be quite late so Richard played the injured …
... hat. They also carried a book bag for a religious book.
My "pilgrim uniform" is somewhat similar, but modernized.
I have a very light sleeping bag (822 grams). I bought it at a very good discount, so may just leave it behind for another pilgrim when I return home. A separate rain jacket will protect me from the elements.
I have both a knapsack (again very light and designed especially for women) and a ...
... manicured. Gay and Cathy stopped at the Butterfly Exhibition on the way back to town. Carolyn and Bob decided that for another $16, (on top of the $32 we spent to get into the gardens), they didn't like butterflies that much! The streets are adorned with hanging flower pots which compliment the lovely old buildings and give the place a country town feel. A stroll towards the harbour for something to eat and a bottle of wine was a nice way ...