Cedar Wood Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn & Conference Center

Address: 5895 River Rd, Port Alberni, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9Y 6Z5, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 5895 River Rd, Port Alberni, is near MV Lady Rose.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCedar Wood Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn & Conference Center Port Alberni

    Reviewed by pippa123

    Luxury B&B

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2014
    by (4 reviews) Lancashire , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    There's been plenty of thought given to ensuring guests are comfortable. The room was a great size and the ensuite bathroom had a juccuzi and nightlight on the hair dryer unit!

    Breakfast was continental and included home baked cakes.

    The owners were friendly and nothing was too much trouble, happy to share with you local knowledge for trips you're interested in.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cedar Wood Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn & Conference Center Port Alberni

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    Travel Blogs from Port Alberni

    Day 5 - Oceans, mountains and cathedrals

    A travel blog entry by joyinfusion on Jul 26, 2015

    18 photos

    ... You're driving along through this lush forest and then you turn a corner (there are PLENTY of corners on this highway) and all of a sudden you know you've entered something sacred. The way the sun sparkles through the trees is surreal. And as you stop with all the others in awe, you see the place you're at is called Cathedral Grove - it's an ancient rainforest, with trees dating back 800 years. It's definitely a MUST SEE! After being in awe of ...

    Back to Cottonwood Farm

    A travel blog entry by rno791 on Nov 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... wood that needed moving to dry out ready for next winter use. Two days and lots of wine later, Jan was packed and off on her holiday and the temperature dropped ALOT! Last time I was here, it would regularly get to +30 but now most mornings started off around -5. The hosepipes froze so I would have to carry buckets of water out for the ducks and chickens and hammer away the ice for the sheep! Although it was cold it was still beautiful and stunning. My ...

    Worst city to live in, in Canada - Not!

    A travel blog entry by thirko on May 19, 2014

    5 photos

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    The nature of the volcanic shale means that you can pretend you have superpowers while breaking rock in your bare hands.

    There are lots of other features and things to do in around the Alberni Valley. One of the highlights for me apart from catching up with family and friends was quad biking along forestry trails. A new experience that I hope to repeat again in the future.


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    Exploring the Island

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 07, 2013

    14 photos

    I was up and having another look at the puzzle we started yesterday when the others emerged. I had made enough progress to make a solution look possible.


    We loaded caches for where Jacqueline was intending to take us – she had them already on her machine. Then we headed for Mount Washington to see the Fall colours after a short drive around the Comox Valley. We had hoped to do a night cache here but the forecast for the day was not great.


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    Back to the sea

    A travel blog entry by vonandjuns on Sep 16, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... 22 degrees so quite pleasant. Seals and otters were out in force so that was fun to watch. About 1 1/2 hour later we arrived at Swartz and with minimal fuss we unloaded and found our way to Butchart Gardens. Once again I doubt there are words to describe this place. Originally a quarry area providing material for a cement quarry the owners wife started the gardens over 100 years ago and today they cover some 55 acres. From the Italian garden, Japanese ...