Harbour House Hotel, Restaurant & Organic Farm
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbour House Hotel, Restaurant & Organic Farm Saltspring Island
very hospitable place, great view over the marina, polite staff, customer service oriented, great restaurant. Very comfortable accommodations.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Harbour House Hotel, Restaurant & Organic Farm Saltspring Island
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Left at 6:00 am to catch the 8:00 am ferry to Sydney, BC, and then another ferry (after a two hour wait) smaller ferry to Salt Springs Island. The island is verdant, funky, quirky, with rabid environmentalists, narrow roads, phenomenal views and a ton of other superlatives we could give it. But, the main purpose for the trip was to see Ray and …
... without me. I actually did make my flight with 2 minutes to spare and with my stressers in high gear ..... Then last minute they swapped my window seat for a middle seat! 11 hours of MIDDLE SEAT!!!! Not cool.....
Spent the night sleeping on the airport benches in Japan.
I needed to get all of this out, so that I can now get into my backpacker mode of CHILL..... 11 more hours and I'm outta airports and ...
... same as the last everytime you take a turn the route augments by 15km!! - a tour through the older part of Nanaimo - seems mosques, just like churches are sometimes 'closed' -- we return to the ferry dock where I have feint memories of 'not easy' - somethings don't change - we are enroute to some small island - well we're in the line - we ask turn around and make our way to Departure \bay - I really am a better driver than navigator!!
We arrive in time to search out ...
Start: Port Alberni, British Columbia
End: Vancouver, British Columbia
For the last day of the tour, Glenn, Jenn and I went to the wharf in Port Alberni to take some photos. The day started with rain, but it had stopped by 9.00, with a temperature around 16 degrees. As I reached Vancouver, the temperatures were up to 24 and very humid. I was very lucky as I missed the rain that Vancouver had in the ...
... had our last supper at a place called Nautical Nellie, which came recommended by the hotel front desk girl. It was really nice. I had seafood risotto and Howard had a trio of seafood - salmon (you'd think he would have had enough salmon by now wouldn't you, but no), halibut and prawns. I never realized that the yummy tablets my mother fed me each day over winter, called Halibut Orange, was ...