4.2 on July 07, 2011
We stayed in the eagle suite, and it was a wonderful level of privacy with outstanding views from the deck. Deep Cove is a wonderful combination of being a quiet, out of the way town while still being relatively close to downtown Vancouver. One of my favourite things about the B&B? Denise and Noulan. They're incredibly friendly and helpful without being nosy. The exact combination you want from B&B owners!
4.0 on May 25, 2011
Gorgeous view, quiet and relaxing, the ability to create light meals. It was just what I was looking for to help us celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. Add to that, knowledgable and hosts interested in your enjoying the region and you have a great B & B. We've now stayed at Bed and Breakfasts from coast to coast in U.W. and Canada and this one is one of the best.
5 on February 08, 2011
I was greeted with a warm welcome that is staying with me for my entire stay! I strongly recommend this "Haven" to any adult.
5 on October 01, 2009
We were winding up the end of a somewhat hectic two week trip to Seattle, Whidby Island, and Olympic National Park, Washington and were looking for somewhere we could just spend a couple of days decompressing. We had planned to spend a couple of days in Vancouver and discovered this beautiful Bed & Breakfast via this website. Lockehaven looked like the perfect spot and when we arrived we discovered it was even more beautiful than the pictures can convey. Our host, Noulan, was wonderful, our breakfast each morning was world class fare, and the suite was immpecable and stocked and equipped in anticipation of anything we could have possibly needed. The area offers some great restaurants, plenty of recreational opportunities, and you're still only 25 minutes from the sights and sounds of Vancouver if you're so inclined. In the event you still choose to be connected to the outside world, our suite had a PC, printer, and VOIP phone for toll free calling virtually anywhere. This was convenient for checking on flight reservations, but would also support a "working vacation" if you are so inclined. Whether you're vacationing, in the Vancouver area on business, or on your honeymoon, Lockehaven offers an exquisite B&B experience!
5 on September 09, 2008
Wir haben die ersten zwei Tage unserer Kanadareise hier verbracht und sind nach kurzer Zeit wieder zurueckgekehrt, da wir uns keinen schoeneren Platz vorstellen koennen. Die Zimmer sind keine Zimmer, sondern Suiten die geschmackvoll und behaglich eingerichtet worden sind. Vom Bett aus hat hat man einen herrlichen Blick ueber die gesamte Bucht. Der Service ist ebenfalls aussergewoehnlich. Denise und Nolan empfangen ihre Gaeste nicht als Urlauber, sondern ein wenig wie Freunde. Das Preis Leistungs Verhaeltnis entspricht dem gebotenen. Eigentlich wollte ich keine Kritik ueber die Unterkunft schreiben, denn wenn man eine solche gefunden hat moechte man es fuer sich behalten wie ein schoenes Geheimnis. Fritz und Barbara
4.6 on April 17, 2008
What a pleasant place in which to hangout . . . while scouting Vancouver for the possibility of moving here. The spacious, off-square Otter Suite was a treat . . . and those VIEWS; the expansive windows fronting harbour and mountain. Breakfast every morning was a combination of tasty treats, spicy conversation, and yet more amazing views out the wrap-around windows. For example Day 1: Eggs Benedict, combined with warm stories about living in Thailand, while light snow salted down over the Indian Arm. Day 2: French Toast & Berries. Fresh coffee was continually poured whilst we poured over a local map during a helpful briefing on nearby places to visit. Day 3: Scrambled Eggs A La Denise, served with sausage and a lively slice of discussion about alternative medicine plus a side helping of Edgar Casey. Meanwhile, the sky was clearing on the morning before a hike up the local hillsides into the rainforest. Days 4 – 13: Different menus, varied topics, and ever-changing views. . . Particularly enjoyable was the iced scotch on a crisp clear evening in the hot tub on the deck; stars and a full moon glinting off the water. The two suits had their own entrances, were quite private, and well equipped. Good cell phone and hi-speed internet connections, made it easy to get some business done or just surf the net. The location, hosts, and high quality of the B&B and surroundings were a worthwhile tradeoff for the 20-30 minute drive into Vancouver, depending on traffic and destination. If you want a quick fix of Canadian wilderness, take an hour and a half hike up the nearby Baden Powel Trail. But just when arriving at the viewing (tiring of this word yet . . . I never did.) area, the sky cleared and here comes yet another fan-(oh good grief)-tastic and magical v_ _w of . . . well, go and see for yourself.