Suncrest Cottage B&B

Address: 140 Head Street, Saltspring Island, British Columbia, V8K 1P4, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 140 Head Street, Saltspring Island, is near Madrona Del Mar Spa and Island Escapades Kayaking.
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    Travel Blogs from Saltspring Island

    Vancouver day 2

    A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... to visit the gardens. It was nice, bonsai here, rock sculpture there, a lovely lotus flower in the giant Koi fish pond. We notice many visitors across the main pond enjoying another section of the gardens so we inquire as yo how to access that area only to learn the this much larger and more lush part of the gardens is actually FREE! Snookered!!! We exit through the gift shop and head through China Town. Vancouver is known to have a bustling and booming China Town, we did not find ...

    West coast Rd.Vancouver Island & Salt Spring Isl

    A travel blog entry by travel_bob on May 29, 2015

    95 photos

    ... island, where I'd just came from... But as I've said before.. I love a ferry ride me!! And let's face it I'm in no hurry! So I took the only road from port Renfrew North East. With a couple of stop offs at lake Cowichan and a hike down the Cowichan river trail., I was at the ferry port in a day or two. A half hour ferry ride and I was on Slat Spring. To say it's relaxed here is an understatement! ...

    Check out time

    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 26, 2015

    16 photos

    ... Chinese garden that was created using all the modern methods. This park is free and open to the public. Although it mimics a honest garden you don't get the sense of detail as in the paid attraction. As with all tourist places the experience ended in a gift shop and I bought some items to bring home with me. I hope I have enough room. After the garden Matt was craving a Japadog, as this was one of his biggest reasons for coming to Vancouver. So we took a bus to the only location open ...

    Let's do some hiking

    A travel blog entry by npcreekhawk09 on May 22, 2015

    19 photos

    ... bus up to Capillano park. The park includes three main attractions, the suspension bridge, skywalk, and treetop adventure. Everything was basically built into the rocks on the side of the smaller mountain near Grouse. The trees are thousands of years old and hundreds of feet tall. The suspension bridge swayed back and forth but from the look of the steel cables there's no way it was going anywhere. Great views of the Capillano river below. On way back the ...

    First two weeks in Vancouver

    A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Mar 20, 2015

    23 photos

    Friday 20th March – A long and interesting journey on Greyhound from Seattle and we were here, we arrived in the dark and rain. The little girl of the landlady (Ombu) greeted us and showed us around, she made a little welcome sign for us too.

    Saturday – Settled into our first day, explored our neighbourhood and Commercial Drive. We were surprised to see that in Vancover they have made all the ...