BC’s Sooke Harbour House: Wine away the days

Beachcombers

One of Vancouver Island’s legendary inns has some sublime specials for spring. Sooke Harbour House, about an hour’s drive from Victoria, British Columbia, is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most original and unique lodgings. Serving up cozy accommodations and fabulous food since 1979, I first stayed there shortly after it opened. At that time, owners Frederique and Sinclair Philip’s inn consisted of a small dining room and five small guest rooms. Today, the couple’s labor of love features 28 guest rooms, a beautiful dining room, plenty of local art and a small spa. They describe it as “an elegant country auberge on the edge of the Pacific Ocean.”

A Wine Adventure

*Two-night stay in an ocean view guest room
*Daily breakfast in the privacy of your room
*Four-course dinner for two one evening
*Bottle of red and a bottle of white from their award-winning cellar
*Artisanal cheese and fruit plate
*Two Riedel glasses
*Tour of the award winning wine cellar
*Wine and cheese reference guide

Priced at $918-$1,620

They also offer a 3 for 2 Spring Special. Stay three nights, get one free. Or spend seven nights and receive two nights free. Daily breakfast included.

Sooke Harbour House website

Wild Seawood Tours take place in front of Sooke Harbour House on Vancouver Island
Photo by Sue Frause

Posted by Sue Frause on March 21, 2008 in Travel, Wine

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