Anchor Inn & Suites
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Anchor Inn & Suites
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Anchor Inn & Suites Campbell River
Travel Blogs from Campbell River
After breakfast and then a goodbye to Henry and Chrisanna, we had a day of driving, along with a 1-1/2 hour ferry ride over to Victoria Island. We had a reservation at an RV park not far from the ferry to Quadra Island.
The realtor from Enderby had put us in touch with Heidi, a realtor on the island. Heidi had sent several links to houses for sale and we'd chosen 9. 9 in one day is a lot.
... Bay to a First Nations owned and managed land. We were met and introduced to the Homalco tour guides Kalvin and Cheyanne and then travelled by mini bus to various lookout points along the Orford river. We were given instruction for safety and for the respect for the bears. We were supplied lunch and a drink along the way. The scenery was amazing the salmon were running the best they had been for a few years so there was plenty of food ...
... The flexibility moves aside, nothing initially seemed immediately taxing but that changes when you have to 'hold' the poses for even a short while. It really does concentrate the mind and make you aware of what you are doing and I just know that I will feel the effects tomorrow even though I didn't come out of the room sweating profusely or feeling like I'd had a proper lung-busting fitness session.
Feeling very mellowed ...
hello amidoes. our time here in London is coming to an end. what a drag, what am I gonna do, without my little grandson to play with every day. doing lots of walks, and I feel welded to the eliptcal trainor. viva camino. will post when we arrive back home. stay happy my friends, adios. p.s. I am taking flak for my spelling. ,get over ...
... br> Long naps back at the house whilst the adults start packing in advance of a travel day back to Vancouver tomorrow. Emma swings in the lovely comfy hammock whilst reading her lonely planet and planning the next set of adventures.
This afternoon we pop up the road to visit some wooden carved statues we spotted on our drive into town a week ago. It's a local competition and they are all ...