Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Los Angeles
Gorgeous!Posted Aug 27, 2014
Pros: The room was large, clean and comfortable. Lori went out of her way for us. We enjoyed the other guests at breakfast and the view throughout the day
Cons: Nothing--it was all great.
Location: While not exactly in the wilderness, there is plenty of nature surrounding the B&B, both forest and sea. Point No Point was terrific for dinner.
Everything about our stay was wonderful. It's an hour from Victoria, so it's perfect if you want comfort and quiet away from the city but not too isolated. The B&B is beautifully maintained, with lovely public spaces including seating for a marvelous view of the Juan de Fuca Strait. Stairs lead down through the forest to a beach populated by gulls, geese and seals (weird black slugs on the stairs look like living licorice, not gross, cool!). The breakfast was huge and delicious, and Lori and Andy are gracious and attentive hosts. The wifi worked, which was great because I didn't have phone reception. Lori gave good recommendations for dinner at Point No Point. Highly recommended!
Recommendedby John Conzon from Trail BC
We stayed in JanuaryPosted Jan 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nice hosts, charming spot. Just off well-maintained Coast Highway but remarkably quiet. Approx.14' x12' self-contained room, generous bed, private bath(tub and shower) with own exterior entrance . A reading nook with wingback chairs for my wife to read. Fresh Coffee and Tea. Downstairs is a separate communal kitchen for doing your own meals. Views of Ocean.The other side of the room has a locking door that gives to a hallway down which one comes on a rustic log meeting room.With a generous table and chairs set up for groups. West off Muir Creek, on a promontory with a path going down directly to a private wild pebble beach.Fun to explore, nicer to come right into your own private room for a hot shower and coffee. 15 KMs to shopping and restaurants in Sooke. Delightful sandwich/ homemade bakery in next door community of Shirley. Bon appetito.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A wonderful refuge for a tech-free getaway!Posted Sep 2, 2013
Breakfast was delicious and the quick hike down to the water was well worth the workout to get back up! Wi-fi is available as well as a community PC and landline for those who need it, but no TV, no phone, no distractions in the quaint, eclectically decorated rooms make for a restful experience. A great place to reconnect with others or yourself - gorgeous views, kind people and a relaxed atmosphere to rejuvenate the spirit.
for Personal Eventby Nathan from Vancouver
Great B&B, would recommend it!Posted Aug 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
Lori was a gracious host and was helpful in suggesting fun things to do in the area and where to eat in Port Renfrew. It's a beautiful location, not too far from Sooke with a great view of the ocean down below.
for Personal Eventby Paul B. from Salmon Arm, BC
Wilderness indeed!Posted Jun 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great B&B, far away from almost everything. Classic ocean view from the spa tub. Great breakfast. Make sure you eat in Sooke, as there is nothing nearby. Paul B. Salmon Arm, BC
Recommendedby A verified traveler
outstanding hotel, worth to try outPosted Dec 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
the surrounding is truly 'wildness', which is very cool. Also, the hot tub is a nice bonus for the stay, the price is also excellent.
Perfect Bed and Breakfast ExperiencePosted Jul 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
Lori and Andy were super nice, the B&B was beautiful (but not frilly, as Andy pointed out), breakfast was awesome. We had a really great time here. We enjoyed the hot tub, walked down to the beautiful beach and watched some seals bask on the rocks. Would definitely recommend.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Calgary
excellent retreat in a wonderful spotPosted Aug 8, 2011 on Hotels.com
This hotel is gorgeous, with a short walk down to a wild stony beach with fossils in the rocks. It is 11km one way and 14km the other way to restaurants and shops, so I would suggest having an evening picnic at the site (there is a kitchen for guests) as it is seriously so lovely that you won't want to go out again anyway!
for Otherby A verified traveler from Portland, OR
Love this placePosted Jun 1, 2011
Beautiful scenery, great breakfast, good tips from the owners. This is a very good place to stay. It is a little out of the main town of Sooke, but halfway between Sooke an Point No Point, so in many ways an ideal location if you are after beautiful scenery, great food, and rest.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Vancouver, B.C.
Ocean Wilderness Inn in Sooke BCPosted Apr 2, 2011 on Hotels.com
A most delightful B&B. Nice walk down to secluded beach, surrounded by woods, but close to good restaurants for dinner.