Cedar Wood Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn & Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCedar Wood Lodge Bed & Breakfast Inn & Conference Center Port Alberni
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.
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Another beautiful sunny day. After breakfast we headed to Buchard Gardens arriving 10.30. It was a great time to enjoy the gardens before the crowds. Took lots of photos from many different styles of gardens from English Rose garden, Italian garden and relaxing Japanese garden. There was also a good view of the jetty on Lake. We took Mill Bay Ferry …
... yummy German Bratwurst for camping and so we will stop at Hiller’s the German Butcher (from Stuttgart)... opps closed on Monday And we deserve some nice desert so let’s stop at the Mountain Bakery – opps closed on Monday too….
No more wilderness camping at Sproat Lake
... of going to see Cathedral Grove up in Port Alberni and then drive back down to tour Victoria, but with the change of plans for Nate and Soon we decided to just do Cathedral Grove so we could get back to the cottage early and relax for the evening.
The drive up the east coast is an easy one and drivers are very slow and relaxed in BC, especially on the island. I definitely had a bit of Ontario 'hurry-the-hell-up' attitude behind the wheel but as ...
... museum and display of very important potlatch objects that were essentially stolen from the people when potlatch was outlawed. When potlatch was no longer outlawed in 1950, a whole generation was unfamiliar with this important culture. Fortunately some elders could lead the people. But their items were not returned to the First Nations for another 50 years ...a very ...
... we were walking the trails walked about 5 or more kms was pleasant looking at the different tall fir trees and different types for ferns and bushes.
Made it back home in time for 4pm afternoon tea with scones. This is when I caught up with our bookings to Whistler and Sun Peaks.
Had yummy spaghetti bolognaise for dinner then ate Richard's chocolate out on the back porch before going to ...