Eagle Landing Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2101 Widgeon Road, Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9K 1Y8, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2101 Widgeon Road, Qualicum Beach, is near Little Qualicum Falls Provincial Park and Haida Heritage Centre at Qay'llnagaay.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Eagle Landing Bed and Breakfast Qualicum Beach

      Nice souvenir


      We have a nice souvenir of our stay at your place. We can recommend this place very much. In your house we experience a bed- and breakfast philosophy as the real bb-philosophy. Very confortable rooms, excellent food and last but not least good wine, whisky and talk. Gilbert, Katia, Joris, Ria and Celine from Belgium

      Special Treatment. Kids Welcome.


      Eagle Landing Bed and Breakfast was a great place to stay. My wife, 21 month old son and I stayed in the suite above the garage and found it very comfortable, private, and serene. It was immaculately clean and afforded us a place where our son could blow off some steam without any thought of bothering any other guests. The bed was comfortable and the room was large and pleasing. We even had our own DVD player and VCR. Ann and Jim had Disney movies for us to borrow, and also loaned us "March of the Penguins." The large private bathroom had a nice shower and was well stocked with whatever you may need. The view from the loft was outstanding, overlooking the Strait of Georgia from the high cliffs. The view from the loft gives extensive height to this already gorgeous view. The suite is also stocked with a futon, couch, chairs, table, microwave, small fridge, and kitchen sink, but the best part about Eagle Landing is your hosts, Anna and Jim.

      Ann and Jim treated us like royalty. They gave our son both indoor and outdoor toys to play with and offered us evening hospitality. The breakfasts were varied and delicious and we were able to watch the Eagles graciously play in the cliffs as we ate our breakfast. Ann and Jim treated our little Prince like a Prince, and Jim even gave him tractor rides! Upon leaving, we felt like family. I would strongly recommend Ann and Jim's B&B to anyone looking for a warm and comfortable place to stay while on Vancouver Island.

      Beautiful location, delightful atmosphere and welcome The Dawsons, July 2006


      We where delighted to find such a wonderful location without a personal recommendation other than viewing the website. Eagle Landing is an exceptional B&B and the friendliness of the hosts makes this a 5 star experience. We just wished we could have stayed longer and would love to return for a future visit. The welcome, the cleanliness , the comfort, the detailed information and the excellent breakfasts were just great. Try to view the DVD produced by Jim George it encapsulates the whole atmosphere of the place. Jim & Anne George are 2 really lovely people in a fast moving world that we live in today, Eagle Landing offers you tranquility, hospitality and a sense of peace and safety.

      This place was amazing !


      Staying at this Bed and Breakfast was the highlight of our trip. The hosts were extremely friendly and made us feel welcome and relaxed. I would recommend this place to anyone.

      Thanks for a great stay

      Keith & Jayne Chapman

      Lovely, Relaxing and Homelike


      This B&B is in a beautiful wooded setting overlooking the Strait of Georgia where the sunsets are firey and spectacular and bald eagles can be seen over the water while enjoying one of the scrumptious breakfasts provided. It is an ideal location for visiting most anywhere on Vancouver Island as a day trip.

      We were welcomed and treated like family by the Georges who designed and built this beautiful house from scratch when they retired. After living there for several years, they decided to share their lovely home with B&Bers and have been doing so for the last seven years.

      We enjoyed a week in the original master bedroom with ensuite bath...large and comfortable with a deck outside the sliding doors where we sometimes ate our supper. There is another room in the house with a private bath in the hall as well as an efficiency over the garage, large enough for a family. Jim has installed wireless Internet so I was happy to be able to use my laptop as easily as at home.

      Eagle Landing is a really wonderful place to stay!

      Hospitality Beyond


      My husband & I took my 80 year old mother to our son's wedding on July 22, in Qualicum and we stayed four nights at Eagle Landing. My mother doesn't travel well and had a lot of anxiety about staying in her own room across the driveway from our room. I told Jim & Ann about her concerns. They went above and beyond to make her feel comfortable and safe, even waiting up for her on the first night. Mom immediately relaxed and completely enjoyed her stay and is still raving about it. We recommend Eagle Landing for all the usual reasons, but most of all because of Ann & Jim's warm, exceptional hospitality.

      Our third visit!


      Our initial contact with the B&B was through a Google search of "B&B's in Qualicum Beach". Our email was returned within a couple of hours and there was a friendly and welcoming message. At the time we were researching the area with a view to retiring in Qualicum, and when we arrived at this lovely home and met Jim & Anne we immediately felt as if we had come to visit friends. The accommodation is well planned and comfortable. We arrived in snowy weather and the place was warm and cosy, the bed comfortable and room and bathroom spotlessly clean. The rooms are spacious and bathrooms well-equipped. The breakfasts are extremely generous and pleasantly varied with the usual staples offered daily. We returned on two subsequent occasions and received the same friendly hospitality, and unexpected kindnesses. We moved to Qualicum Beach a year ago and now are pleased to count Jim & Anne as our friends.

      We are a discerning couple and use B&B's on all our travels both in Canada and overseas - this is definitely among the top 10 we have visited.

      Home from Home - Scotland


      We are so glad we found this beautiful spot in Qualicum. Excellent hospitality, spectacular view, delicious breakfast and a comfortable spacious room - what more could one ask for. A return visit is a definite.

      Sweet Dreams


      George welcomed us with open arms! The room was immaculate and the setting was gorgeous -- rabbits, hummingbirds, and dear were in the yard all the time! He made us feel like family -- even let us do our laundry which was a huge help and above and beyond what was expected! We loved waking up to the bird chirping -- it was SO peaceful and quiet.

      Spectacular Views


      Thank you Anne and James for your welcome and very warm hospitality.

      We found Eagle Landing a beautiful B & B with spectacular views

      TripAdvisor Reviews Eagle Landing Bed and Breakfast Qualicum Beach

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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