Vancouver Bed & Breakfast Locations

Some of Vancouver’s best restaurants are just a stroll away, or take a leisurely twenty-minute walk along a waterfront promenade to Granville Island. Just around the corner, you can board our trolley bus, which will whisk you to Chinatown, Gastown, Canada Place or Stanley Park in just a few minutes.

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Driving Directions

Traveling North on Highway I5

  • I5 becomes Highway 99
  • Highway 99 becomes Oak St. after crossing Oak Street Bridge
  • Follow Oak to 12th Ave. Turn right.
  • Follow 12th Ave. to Cambie Street.
  • Turn onto West 13th.
  • Continue to 446 West 13th Avenue

Traveling West on TransCanada 1

  • Take Grandview Exit onto 12 Ave. (going west)
  • Follow 12 Ave. to Cambie Street.
  • Turn onto West 13th.
  • Continue to 446 West 13th Avenue

Traveling South on Trans Canada 1

  • Take Taylor Way Exit
  • Turn left onto Marine Dr.
  • Cross Lions Gate Bridge
  • Lions Gate Bridge opens onto Georgia St.
  • Follow Georgia to Howe St. Go right on Howe.
  • Follow Howe to Nelson St. Turn left on Nelson.
  • Nelson becomes Cambie as you cross the Cambie Street Bridge.
  • Follow Cambie to 12th Ave.
  • Turn onto West 13th.
  • Continue to 446 West 13th Avenue

Why Vancouver? We’re Canadian.

Why would anyone want to visit Canada’s third largest city? Well, we could go on about:

  • Vancouver is listed alongside Rio de Janiero and Hong Kong for the most beautiful physical setting in the world, and our humidity-free, mild “West Coast Maritime Temperate” allows for comfortable sightseeing and recreational pursuits.
  • The true cliché that you can ski and sail in the same day.
  • World renowned Stanley Park, the Van Dusen Botanical Gardens and spectacular Northwest Coast Indian art.
  • And the fact that the US dollar and most International currencies make Vancouver an affordable travel destination.

But don’t just take our word for it! In the past three years Vancouver was voted as one of the top ten “best destinations” in the world by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine. The same reasons that make us a great city to come home to — safe, clean, friendly, scenic, international — make us a great place to visit.

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