Escape to a serene ocean-front retreat on acres of old growth rain forest. Take the trail to the ocean to spot whales or seals. Watch the nesting eagles soar. Open year round. Breakfast is not available from September 16 to April 30. From May 1 to September 15 rooms may be booked with or without breakfast.
Stunning view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca from king bed. Private bathroom. Inroom soaker tub for two under wall of windows for star gazing. Private entrance. Wireless internet.
Nightly Rate: $95-$165
Have a Mexican holiday without the airplane trip. This newly redecorated, warm, bright, south-facing, ocean front room on the main floor has hardwood floors, private bathroom, comfortable sitting area, outside door to ocean-view furnished patio. Queen bed with new Sealy pillow-top mattresses with allergy protection. Wireless internet. Maximum Occupancy: 2.
Nightly Rate: $95-$165
Comfortable and private room with queen size bed, private full bathroom, outside door to the furnished patio nestled in the gardens. Children welcome. Room also has twin bed. A child-size roll-away cot and crib may also be available.
Nightly Rate: $95-$165
Private entrance to romantic room overlooking the ocean. King bed. Ceramic tiled private bathroom, in-room soaker tub for two under a wall of windows for stargazing. Wireless internet.
Channel your zen master in this Japanese-inspired room. Serene, simple, spacious ocean and mountain view room done calming earth tones. New king-size or two extra-long twin Sealy pillow-top bed set, with allergy protection and 400 count sheets. Full en-suite bathroom designed for wheelchair accessibility. Outside entrance door to the private ocean-view patio. Yama Shoken is "mountain view" (in Japanese) Maximum Occupancy: 2.
The colors in this room are inspired by First Nations totems. Two double beds, outside door to private patio nestled in the gardens, ensuite bathroom. Wireless internet.
5 on June 07, 2012
Had the chance to spend 4 nights recently and I cannot say enough about the Inn and the Innkeepers. The Inn is awesome with incredible views and beautiful gardens all around. The rooms are very large and immaculate with very comfortable beds and great furnishings. The Innkeepers , Lori and Andy, are gracious hosts and the breakfasts are WONDERFUL!! Pick up some wine and cheese in town and sit out in the garden in the evening and enjoy the wonderful view of the forest and the ocean and mountains. Very peaceful and relaxing. This is a long way from Texas but I can't wait to make a return visit. Dennis A.
3.0 on September 23, 2011
Found the innkeeper quite unfriendly. We will not be recommending this place.
5 on August 16, 2011
We found this on an internet "deal" - and well worth it ..... a real vacation, without distraction of TV made us look for and find real gems in Sooke. Thanks to our hosts for accommodating us...
5 on February 26, 2011
A wonderful place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life...a superb view of the ocean surrounded by charming gardens and lush rainforest. The hosts Lori and Andy are very warm and gracious. Rooms are beautifully appointed and clean...each one unique. Breakfasts are a superb culinary experience, enjoyed in a rich log common area with a wood fireplace. Can't wait to return ...
2.6 on February 17, 2011
In my opinion a B & B should include breakfast, even in off season. We were disappointed that there were no TV's in the rooms or even in the common room yet there were 2 satelite dishes on the premises. Also the hot tub was not working and we weren't told about it in advance. Although we were disappointed with these things we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would return again. The rooms were extremely comfortable and clean, the hosts were very nice people and it was a very relaxing and peaceful stay. The site of the B & B is absolutely fabulous as well, breathtaking views and an eagle's nest right on site. They also treated our dog wonderfully, and we really appreciated it.
Dear Guest First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to provide us with feedback about your stay. And we’re delighted to know that you would return despite the fact that we did not meet your expectations on all fronts. We apologize that we weren't able to offer you one of our critically-acclaimed breakfasts. It is difficult to find and keep fresh lovely fare available during our quiet season. So we operate our inn more as a "vacation rental" from November until April. All the rooms are the same price and the pricing reflects the fact that breakfast is not provided. Many guests appreciate a chance to be without a schedule in the morning. We do hope you’ll return during our "bed and breakfast" season, April to October so that we can try to spoil you with our breakfasts. Likewise, we share your disappointment in not having a working hot tub. The tub ‘died’ during a recent power outage & freeze – we’re planning to replace it with a new, shiny, energy-efficient one in the near future. We chose to omit TVs and CD players from our guest rooms as a feature, to help our guests unplug. There is a TV available for guests, in our downstairs common space, near the kitchenette, with a DVD player & small library of movies. We occasionally forget to inform guests about these amenities, so again, we apologize. (FYI - one of the satellite dishes is our former satellite internet - thankfully no longer needed as high speed is now available in our area. The other satellite dish belonged to the former owner and we have not gotten around to removing it. And lastly - an eagle update - our resident bald eagles Shirley & Otto have recently returned for another round of nesting – we suspect the eggs have already been laid, ready to hatch in the next month or so. With luck, we’ll be seeing the fledglings in the nest by late May or June! Thank you again for staying with us. Happy travels, Lori & Andy
4.0 on September 18, 2010
That phrase has become something of a cliche but in this case is entirely appropriate. Excellent inn keepers, outstanding breakfasts, and powerful beach. Not your typical touristy b-and-b. We are grateful to have stayed.
4.6 on June 01, 2010
We booked one night and the following morning without hesitation an other one. Great room, great view, great garden, beautiful trail and beach and wonderful breakfast and very nice hosts. A place to come back to. Wim and Anja, Belgium
4.6 on March 31, 2010
We arrived in the evening and received a warm welcome. The location is remote and we had dinner in an excellent restaurant were 11 km away. The common (breakfast) area was generous and offered a spectacular view through the trees to the Sound and the American coast in the distance. The beach is accessible via a steep path down. The delicious breakfast was an original fruity french toast, with all guests sitting together at a big table getting to meet one another. The house seems ideal for workshops and retreats, which the hosts are very well equipped for. We will certainly come back!
5 on August 13, 2009
My wife and I just stayed 2 nights at Ocean Wilderness and I can't say enough about the hosts Andy and Lori and their beautiful inn. I loved the Bedroom and the way they decorated it (Rm #5) The common area had the most amazing view right there near the fire place. Breakfast was served at your time and it was by far the best breakfast we have had in our 9 days on Vancouver Island. Without a doubt we would stay here again.
5 on August 13, 2009
Everyone went out of their way to take care of us far beyond our expectations. Special meals for our daughter when it was not something she was used to. Booking dinners, arranging travel arrangements,delicious snacky bits and even our favourite wine awaiting us when we returned from hiking the Juane de fuca trail. Simply kind,generous and enourmous breakfasts that fill you for the day. Thank You all again. It was wonderful.
Island, Oceanside, Village
Victoria, BC, Canada (YYJ)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Botanical Beach, West Coast Trail, Pacific Marine Circle Route, Sooke Potholes, Juan de Fuca Trail, French Beach Provicial Park, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Other, Country Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Fishing, whalewatching, seals, wildlife
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fridge, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Beach combing, Whate Watching, Hot tubing, Spa Treatments, Artist Studios, Honey farm & meadery, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Lori and Andy enjoy travel, and have stayed at over 60 B&B's in the last 15 years. They have taken long-distance bicycle trips. Lori is a two time marathon finisher. They also enjoy food, wine, music and movies.