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As a auctioneer i get to go to many city's to work and this time i decided to stay at the Greystone instead of a hotel.I spent 28 days with them and the experience was great and the food was so good i wish my...More
This lovely B & B is one of the nicest I have had the privilege in staying in. I have been a guest twice now and can't wait to return as I've already re-booked for a future trip to Vancouver. The personal touches of hosts...More
Graham & Lee are great couple, we had a wonderful time staying with them.
Every morning we get refreshed by the humor of Graham, which make our stay unforgettable.
We will surely stay again if we return.
By the way we stayed in Kitsilano room...More
My husband and I spent two nights at this lovely B&B located in the heart of Kitsilano, on a quiet street within walking distance of the many wonderful shops and restaurants in the neighborhood. We were attending a concert at UBC and wanted a central...More
Two stays, with an interval of one week for the visit of vancouver island, have allowed us to enjoy the charming welcome from Graham and Andrew and to take advantage of the nice location in an amazing street full of the fall colours.
The neighbourhood closest to the airport, a generous mix of locals and tourists populate the area. The blend has made it a go-to spot to find an eclectic collection of entertainment, from theatres and cinemas, to antique stores and last-minute kitsch souvenir shops. It gives off a transient vibe, and is one of the more higgledy-piggledy areas in terms of what you'll find, making it a fun area to explore and
map out, all while taking in the hectic atmosphere of people coming and going, while others look for the best ways to spend their last few hours in the city.