Covered Bridge Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Covered Bridge Inn Victoria
Travel Blogs from Victoria
We booked a trip to Victoria and the buchard gardens with landsea tours. They picked us up early at 7.10am to make our way to ferry port in Delta. The ferry was about 1 hour 40 minutes. We stood on deck for a little while where we saw a bold eagle. It then started to rain so spent the rest of the journey inside. We were in Victoria for about 3 hours. We walked into ...
... well! They partially redeemed themselves by serving up some very good food (crab-and-fish cakes and a yummy crab dip), but the tip had been truly withered by the previous errors. We left full but a little disappointed.
This should have re-energised us for some more exploring but a combination of a long wait in the sun and a belly-full of food brought on a desire for a post-prandial snooze, so we went back to the hotel for a brief nap (Well, ...
... 2013. It was 30 degrees Celsius out today. It beat the previous record of 27 degrees Celsius in 1967.
That is the reason I had Mom buy herself a ball cap on the way out for our walk. I definitely did not Mom getting heat stroke or something like that.
Continuing our walk along Dallas Street, I noticed a cool condo with lots of windows. It was right across from all the paths and the beach. Unfortunately, it was almost 2 million dollars in price. ...
... cheap drinks and a genuine good day out.
- Saanich Fair: In September the Saanich fair is in town. Go and see wildlife such as Alpacas, entertainment such as singing and dancing, great foods, rides, and fair prizes.
-Canadian Oktoberfest: Occuring in October, certain pubs/bars will have Oktoberfest celebrations. It's a fun excuse to get dressed up and drink a lot of beer.
-Thanksgiving: As an Australian this was my first ...
... be ready until midday and it was only 8.30am in the morning. With 3 and and a half hours to wait we found a Tim Hortons Coffee shop and chilled for a few hours updating blogs and attending to facebook and any new emails. Tim Hortons for those that havent been to Canada is a huge coffee chain that appears to have shops on every second corner. Unlike starbucks their coffee is passable! When the time finally came to pick up he car we returned to ...