Wintercott Country House in Victoria British Columbia
Wintercott Country House Victoria British Columbia Bed and Breakfast B&B Inn Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Peter & Diana Caleb

Rooms: 4

Address: 1950 Nicholas Rd, Saanichton, British Columbia V8M 1X8 Canada

Telephone: (250) 652-2117,

Fax: (250) 652-8884

Nearby Attractions: Victoria and the Saanich Peninsula is blessed with west coast weather, sheltered by the Sooke Hills to the west and the magnificent Olympic Mountains to the south-east. The annual rainfall is surprisingly low, averaging 18 inches a year. Victoria has the distinction of having a week long flower count in February. This last year Victorians counted 6 billion flowers.

Butchart Gardens is just minutes away and open year round. Golfers play throughout the year.  Cordova Bay Golf course is minutes away. Wintercott is close to all major attractions and transportation links. Just minutes away is Butchart Gardens, Victoria's inner harbor, the Royal British Columbia Museum and Government Street.

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Wintercott Country House Victoria British Columbia

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General Information: Wintercott Country House in Saanichton, British Columbia, Canada was designed and built as a formal Georgian style house with complementary furniture. The house was built in two stages with a large atrium linking the main house and the bed sitting rooms for the guests.

  • each bedroom has ensuite bathrooms
  • hot tub, a great place to relax after a day of touring
  • formal drawing room with the comfort of a warm fire and a good book
  • formal living and dining rooms
  • atrium

The Sweet Pea Room: The four-poster rice bed is from South Carolina, USA. TV, video player, fireplace, extra pillows, duvet, blanket, robes, iron and ironing board.

The Rose Room: This west facing room has a shaker style four-poster queen bed from Eastern Canada. All the amenities are similar to those listed in the Sweet Pea Room.

The Lily of the Valley Room: This very special room has a modern version of the traditional queen four-poster bed.  Queen-size bed with private bathroom.

The Pineapple Room: The Pineapple room is named for the 2 single four-poster beds, dating from 1820 with carved pineapples on each post, brought around Cape Horn from Jamaica in 1860.This room is very popular for guests requiring separate beds.

Payment Accepted: Visa.

Rooms & Rates: (all prices quoted in Canadian Dollars)

$125/night with breakfast included.