'O Canada' House
Luxurious Vancouver Bed and Breakfast
O Canada House Welcomes you. Barclay Street Entrance. 10 minute loading zone and complimentary parking in rear of building.
Enjoy a Complimentary Glass of Sherry in the Parlor
O Canada House was built in 1897 and here Ewing Buchan would pen one of the first English versions of Canada’s National Anthem in 1908. A century later in 1997, O Canada House would be awarded the prestigious "City of Vancouver Heritage Award of Honour" for outstanding refurbishment of its Queen Anne-style exterior and lavish interior. Enhance your stay by learning the history of O Canada House:
The West Suite, includes private en-suite.
A full three course Gourmet Breakfast
The North Suite
The Master Suite
The West Suite
The West Suite
The Penthouse Suite
Enjoy a gourmet breakfast and partake in lively and engaging conversation. Our team is here to exceed your expectations.
Heritage Artisan Craftsmanship featured throughout the house.
THE 24/7 PANTRY - Help yourself to an array of complimentary cookies, pastries or muffins, along with a selection of premium teas, coffee or soft drinks.
Relax in the parlor by the fireplace after an exciting day of site-seeing.
THE FRONT PORCH - relax on our porch and lose yourself in the morning paper and sip on a fresh cup of coffee or with a cool beverage on a warm summer afternoon.
The Dining Room. Group or Couples Seating available. Special dietary needs accommodated with 24 hours notice.
UPPER FOYER - Plenty of room to stretch out and find your own quiet corner with a book.
THE EAST SUITE - Spacious comfort with a private en-suite.
THE EAST SUITE - The luxury of a hotel and the intimacy and warmth of a world class Bed and Breakfast.
"THE COTTAGE" - A quaint little cottage situated in the rear courtyard just steps away from the main house. Features a gas fireplace and private en-suite and it's own private patio area.
"THE COTTAGE" - Snuggle up to a cozy gas fireplace and sip your complimentary glass of sherry after a busy day of site-seeing, in your own private abode.
Living Room - plenty of space to unwind or socialize beside a natural gas fireplace.
Welcome to O Canada House in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Enjoy modern luxuries in a Victorian setting at one of the West End’s most historic buildings. Nestled on Barclay Street downtown, O Canada House allows guests the freedom of being only minutes away from Vancouver’s world renowned tourist attractions, endless dining adventures, and rich mix of diverse shopping and entertainment. Here, Ewing Buchan penned one of the first English versions of Canada's National Anthem in 1908. . Every effort has been made to restore O Canada House to reflect the ambiance, charm and warmth of Buchan’s era. O Canada House is a registered heritage building and 1997 winner of the City of Vancouver’s prestigious “Heritage Award of Honour” for outstanding refurbishment and interior decoration in the elegant Queen Anne-style. Make yourself at home in Vancouver’s heart at O Canada House.