The Manor Guest House, built in 1902, is an Edwardian mansion located in the heart of the city of Vancouver, a block from City Hall and walking distance to such landmarks as Queen Elizabeth Park, Granville Island, Chinatown and Gastown. The Manor offers a wide range of accommodations, from the self-contained Penthouse with its spectacular, unobstructed view of the city, to king or twin rooms with private bath, or cozy garden rooms with shared bath. For business travelers, we have wireless internet and we will accommodate early departure and late arrivals. We've been recommended by the New York Times as the bed and breakfast of choice in Vancouver.
2.4 on September 20, 2012
The upholstered furniture needs cleaning. Bed very comfortable but the linen was below par. The pillows had an odour. Overall not clean. Saying that the place has been restored to "Edwardian Splendour" is a gross over-statement. No DVD, no hair dryer, no radio, no air conditioning. TV tiny and difficult to watch. Furniture old and in need of repair and cleaning! Other than the location and the great breakfast, would not recommend this place and would not stay here again.
3.6 on November 29, 2010
I stayed here 7 nights during the Winter Olympics. The room was a bit sparse, but the bed was very comfortable. The innkeeper was friendly and helpful. The food was plentiful but not fancy. The best thing about it was location, location, location. The inn was 1-1/2 blocks from a bus line that took me to both of my Olympics venues (curling, hockey).
5 on June 05, 2009
We were very pleased with the wonderful stay we had at the Manor House. The location was perfect for our walking tour of Vancouver, the bed was perfect, breakfast wonderful and the staff very freindly and helpful with any questions. We would definately stay here again and encourage others to do the same. The rooms were also very clean and the rate quite reasonable.
2010 Winter Olympics Venues, City, Downtown
Vancouver, BC, Canada (YVR-Intl.) 3 miles
Very soon after leaving the airport you will cross over a bridge. Be in your right lane on that bridge and exit at Marine Drive East. Go 3 stop lights. At the third stop light you will see a Petro Canada gas station on your left. Turn left there onto Cambie St. You will now be heading north towards downtown Vancouver. Go to 13th Ave. Turn right for one and a half blocks, until 345 West 13th Ave. That's us.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Walking distance to Granville Island, Queen Elizabeth Park, Chinatown Gastown, Outlet Stores, River, Ski area, Winery, Billiards, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Shopping, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, Desk, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR , fully equiped guest kitchen, free internet access and phone calls, Free parking, Beautiful gardens and decks, free off-street parking
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, TV
Billiards, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Shopping, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
Hebrew, English, French, German
Brenda Yablon was a journalist and author whose hobbies were gourmet cooking and renovating old houses. Restoring the Manor to its original Edwardian splendor resulted in a career change which changed her life - for the better!
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