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  • Welcome to our uniqe house
  • The bedroom and Living room in the suite
  • The Ghana Room
  • The Murphy Room
  • Dave & Beth in Southern India
  • Guests enjoying the breakfast gathering
  • Docking our boat to pick up guests
  • Cowichan Lake Visitor Centre
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Kidd'sBed & Breakfast

Your host(s):
David and Elizabeth Kidd
Web Site:
www.kiddsbb.com
Email:
kiddsbb@shaw.ca
Address:
518 Point Ideal Drive, (PO Box 1152)
Lake Cowichan, British Columbia
Postal Code
V0R 2G0
Phone:
1-866-749-7790
(250) 749-7790
Guest Rooms:
3Bathrooms: 3
Rates:
$70 - $135
Check In/Out:
2:00 pm - 11:00 am
Extra Person Fee:
$10 per adult

Kidd'sBed & Breakfast

Summers are warm in Lake Cowichan The town is at the east end of Cowichan Lake in a valley surrounded by mountains. It is at the West end of the Trans Canada Trail. It's a very good base for exploring southern Vancouver Island - 95km to Victoria or 85km to Nanaimo, both island shopping centres.  
Visitors may rent a Seadoo, pontoon or power boat. Water ski too. More water options - River tubing & relaxing in the sun on a quiet beach. Our Pontoon boat often checks the Osprey Nest near Honeymoon Bay. Passengers are welcome. Experience a variety of  restaurants, coffee shops, the Bavarian bakery & grocery store featuring organic veggies & gluten free products. Our bank & credit union and other businesses welcome visitors. The museum, tucked behind the Visitor Centre and the Train tells the story of Lake Cowichan's past as forestry centre.  Many local artisans create unique items using glass, wood, metal and more. Artists Paintings are displayed in some local restaurants. All this provides gifts for everyone. Check Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake and Youbou for weekend markets, white sand beaches and fishing holes. Further west is Carmanah Park, Nitinat famous for wind surfing and Bamfield on the Alberni Inlet.
There are 12 wineries in the Cowichan valley. Ask for "Cowichan Wine Loop" brochure. Some have picnic areas and some serve very good meals.

The Pacific North West Raptor Centre, down Herd Road, has daily  arial shows where birds demonstrate their hunting skills; In Duncan Quwutsun Cultural Centre Tours provide a quiet setting for history to unfold, also a tasty, well presented luncheon at the Cowichan River's edge. Visit the Tea Farm for a tasty cuppa or the Forest Discovery Centre to ride a steam engine train and a history of the forest industry. Down Highway #1, murals, pre theatre dinner and theatre at Chemainus are famous. The village at Cowichan Bay is a unique tourist town with Citasslow status.


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Cancellation Policy

No charge if notified 3 days before scheduled arrival

Area Activities

  • Biking
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Galleries
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Museums
  • National/State Parks
  • Theater
  • Unique Shopping
  • Wineries

Food Service

  • Accommodates Special Diets
  • Full Breakfast

Geographic Setting

  • Beach
  • Mountains
  • Rural
  • Small Town

Inn Amenities

  • Complementary beverages
  • Copy Service
  • Gardens or outdoor guest areas
  • Hot Tub
  • Off street parking
  • WIFI

Inn Policies

  • Alcoholic Beverages Permitted
  • Cash Accepted
  • Children Welcome
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Pets Limited/Inquire
  • Smoking Outside Only

Room Amenities

  • AC/Central
  • Bathrobes
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Crib Available
  • DVD or VCR
  • Extra Bed Available
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board Available
  • Microwave
  • Movie Library
  • Private Bath
  • Private Entrance
  • Queen Bed
  • Refrigerator
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Twin Beds
  • Wi-Fi Access

Well Suited For

  • Business Travel
  • Family Travel
  • Gay Friendly
  • Group Events
  • Honeymoons
  • Single Traveler
  • Vacation Getaway


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