Welcome to Victoria's Victorian Jewel. This 1892 Heritage Home is located just 5 minutes walk from the ferries, the ocean, downtown shopping and Victoria's major attractions. Albion Manor is situated in a beautiful private garden and features spectacular architectural details. Enjoy the comforts of newly renovated, modern bathrooms (some with Jacuzzi tubs), private entrances, balconies and patios all in a superb heritage building tastefully decorated with antique furnishings and paintings. Relax in the Peacock Parlour, on the large covered veranda or in the Obelisk Garden after your gourmet breakfast in our Victorian dining room.
Step back into a different century in this elegantly styled classical Victorian bedroom. Curl up in our queen-size bed and dream of &#8216;days of yore&#8217;. &#13;&#10;&#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;wonderfully spacious room with high ceiling&#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;queen-size bed with carved headboard and sofa-bed &#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;1897 bow-front chest of drawers with carved mirror&#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;hardwood floor with radiant heating&#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;en-suite washroom&#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;TV and wireless internet access &#13;&#10;&#8226;&#9;art (with a capital A)
Enjoy an end-of-the-day glass of wine in your private sitting nook, on the patio that looks out into the Obelisk Garden that glows in the golden light of sunset and overlooks pear and apple trees. •	recently updated; wheelchair accessible •	queen-size bed with spectacular 1870 carved walnut french bed lush velour drapes •	large en-suite washroom •	hardwood floor with radiant heating •	kitchenette and sitting/eating nook •	patio and private entrance to garden •	TV and wireless internet access •	art (with a capital A)
The outdoors is indoors in this garden room that has a private garden entrance. The camellias in the garden turn each window into a bouquet. Relax in this beautiful room that captures the bright morning light or enjoy coffee on the patio that leads out into the Obelisk Garden. •	recently updated; wheelchair accessible •	king-size bed with carved headboard and rich swaged draperies •	en-suite washroom •	kitchenette with Italian stone tile floor and sitting area •	radiant floor heating •	patio and private entrance to garden •	TV and wireless internet access •	art (with a capital A)
Ahhh, romance! Room 4 is one of our “Honeymoon Suites” so named because honeymooners love it. Maybe it’s the water-jetted Jacuzzi…something about lovers getting into hot water, perhaps. Or the large dressing mirror. Who knows? Maybe it’s the luxurious drapery on the king-size half-canopy bed. And it can come with surprises arranged by one of you for the other. •One of our two much-loved Honeymoon Suites •6 foot ensuite water-jet marble Jacuzzi •king-size half-canopy bed and luxury duvet •en-suite washroom •sitting area •TV and wireless internet access •Champagne bucket •art
4.4 on November 02, 2013
This historic house has a wonderful array of rooms with amenities to cover most needs. We had the downstairs suite with kitchen facilities and a door to the back garden, which was perfect for our needs. There is convenient parking and the inn is within walking distance of many visitor attractions, several restaurants, and a full size grocery store. The hosts are welcoming and the food is excellent.
5 on October 16, 2013
First time in Victoria, I choose this promising Bed and Breakfast for two nights in order to visit Vancouver Island. We arrived very late but everything was prepared with a nice welcoming note. I had choose the Gargoyle cottage and it was extremely comfy ! On the following morning we were welcomed by Fernando and Don, and invited to share breakfast woth two other guests in the amazing dining room. Well, I don't call this a breakfast but a very fine, delicious and nonetheless well feeding meal ! (Special mention to the warm blueberry scones !!). As we were leaving too early the next morning they even prepared us a bag with a strong snack in it ... What to say : it was a perfect beginning for our holidays, I just regret not having stayed more, as they made us feel like at home. I probably will come again on our next trip in this area.
5 on October 01, 2013
Our hosts were so sweet and welcoming. From the moment we arrived we had happy smiles on our faces. This place was so rich with history and close to everything. Even in the poring down rain that never stopped, our time was wonderful and thanks to a clean, nice place that was so interesting and comfortable. No matter what our eyes looked at, there was something unique to see. The gormet breakfast will be hard to beat in the states.Thank you, Fernando and Don for making our first visit to the BC memorable. We will be back. Sincerely, Jim and Vicki Boyle-Redlands CA
3.6 on September 30, 2013
We were pleased that a friend and recent visitor to the Albion Manor B&B steered us to this unique and delightful place. Cordial hosts, creative decor, proximity to the center of Victoria, and memorable breakfasts and fellow travelers, made this a most enjoyable stay.
5 on September 24, 2013
Staying at the Albion Manor was a wonderful treat in the middle of a two-week camping road trip.The Manor is located in a quiet neighborhood, close to downtown Victoria. But it's not the location that makes it so wonderful, it's the hosts, Fernando and Don, and the love and attention they have put into making the Manor a truly exceptional place to stay. Large, comfortable rooms, delicious breakfasts, beautiful gardens, relaxing patio and warm hosts. What more could you ask for?
Victoria, BC, Canada (YYJ) 20 miles
Follow the signs to #17 which is the Patricia Bay (Pat Bay) Highway. Turn right (south) onto the highway. Stay in the centre lane. The Pat Bay Highway becomes Blanchard Street when you enter the city. Stay in the centre lane. Eventually, if you want to avoid hitting the tree, you will be forced to turn right. Turn right when forced- onto Belleville. Go past the Legislative Buildings one block and turn left onto Oswego Street. Then, third right onto Superior. We’re at 244 Superior.
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Whale watching, Whale watching, Whale watching, Whale watching, Whale watching, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
In-room internet, Library, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Easy walking to downtown, Wheelchair accessible, Decks, patios, Private entrance, Gardens, pond, waterfall
Don Halton and Fernando Garcia
English, Italian, Spanish