Cobble House Bed & Breakfast


"Our room was so large we could have moved in half of our possessions!" reports a traveler. Beyond the big rooms, Cobble House is loved for its beautiful grounds (it's set on 40 acres of pristine forest) and tasty locally inspired breakfasts. Another reviewer says, "The setting is sublime; our room, the Hummingbird, looked over the rear of the property, which was alive with wildlife. The room was immaculate, comfortable and spacious, as were all the guest areas. Breakfast was an experience not to be missed. [Breakfast] each day was different and inventive (we were there for a week), and I thought about staying there forever!"




Le Château du Faubourg


A Second Empire-style chateau set in the heart of Old Quebec—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—Le Chateau du Faubourg dazzles with resplendent period décor and luxurious amenities. A guest writes, "We wanted the experience of staying in a chateau environment while visiting the Old City, and were enchanted by the furnishings and restoration of this historic home. Walking through the front door was like taking a step back in time, yet our room had all the comfort and amenities of a modern facility."




Rae Leigh Heights BnB


"My husband and I wanted to find a place 'off the beaten path,' so to speak! This B&B is located 12 minutes from Victoria, northeast from Butchart Gardens, nestled in the forest on the mountain. The hosts greeted us so warmly and were a joy and so much fun to be around!" says a guest. Another reviewer continues to praise the property's natural beauty: "Situated on a hill at the very end of a quiet lane, Rae Leigh Heights BnB features stunning views of the Saanich Inlet and surrounding hills. While the trees stand tall about the property, the open garden offers sweeping vistas of the bay and landscape below. From the moment we stepped from the car, the fresh air and peaceful setting began working their magic on us. As our host said, if you squint a little bit, 'you can almost see the Vikings' sails making their way up the fjord.'"




Oceanstar Beachfront Bed and Breakfast


"The landscape, the sea, the room, the breakfast and [the innkeepers] … everything was wonderful and we were very grateful," writes a guest. Oceanstar Beachfront Bed and Breakfast is comprised of a single ocean-facing suite (with its own private entrance) overlooking Tsawwassen Beach and the Pacific. According to another reviewer, "As they showed us the suite and the fabulous balcony overlooking the ocean, I could hardly believe that we were going to be able to experience this for two days. The breakfasts were delicious, in the fridge ready for us to enjoy at our leisure. ...Our bed was very comfortable and being able to fall asleep listening to the ocean was a very special treat."




Elmwood Heritage Inn


This historical Victorian B&B, located near the house from "Anne of Green Gables," offers an array of impressive amenities: iPod docking stations, whirlpool tubs, working fireplaces and a multi-course breakfast served by candlelight featuring fresh orange juice. A guest writes, "I arrived to freshly made, still-steaming chocolate chip muffins for my room....yummm!! I spent a decadent Sunday morning: an hour in my huge Jacuzzi bathtub, then curled up in my perfectly soft yet firm antique king size bed, air drying in front of the fire place with a goblet of freshly squeezed orange juice," writes a guest.




Spinnakers Brewpub & GuestHouse


"The rooms (in an old heritage home) are beautiful, and being in a physically separate building from the actual pub and restaurant (although close) meant they are nice and quiet. The rooms are large, and the little outdoor sitting area was pleasant. …The complimentary beer/truffle tasting tray in the pub was well appreciated," writes a guest. In addition to the inn's well decorated rooms and free beer tastings, travelers applaud the free breakfast at the adjacent restaurant: "We received vouchers for breakfast at Spinnakers as well; I had assumed this would be Continental breakfast and was going to go elsewhere, but it turned out we could order from their full menu. A truly great deal!"




La Loggia Art & Breakfast


"[Because the inn is] nestled in the heart of Montreal, we were able to explore so many neighborhoods during our stay, bike to the local market, and 'climb' Mont Royal! Each morning, we were greeted with a fresh breakfast of assorted cheeses, fruits, made-to-order eggs and delicious pastries. We stayed in the Garden Room, a cozy place to return to each evening with our private kitchenette, and [it is] one door away from the outdoor garden to enjoy a glass of wine before bed." La Loggia Art & Breakfast, an eclectic B&B located in Montreal's Gay Village, features a guestroom that was once a working art studio, as well as beautifully decorated accommodations and a locally sourced breakfast (with organic coffee) served in the inn's garden.




Bee & Thistle Guest House


Bee & Thistle is a Craftsman-style property located on a quiet street in a residential section of Vancouver. Rooms feature stocked mini-fridges, fireplaces and soaking tubs. "l stayed in the Ivy Room, with the most comfy bed and a sun-filled balcony with gorgeous views of Vancouver," says a reviewer. A second guest writes, "The thoughtful restoration of this century-old home is apparent at every turn, and the careful selection of amenities is so very much appreciated! Fresh home-baked cookies were a delightful surprise upon arrival."




Auberge Les Bons Matins


If you want to stay right in the center of Montreal, head to Auberge Les Bons Matins, which is set a stone's throw from the Bell Center. "I can't start to say enough about our stay," writes a guest. "First of all, [the B&B is] close to everything downtown. The metro is outside your door; however, we walked everywhere. ...[The innkeepers] book your breakfast time so there is no rush and disappointment. Make sure you try the breakfast, as it's one of the best I have had." The property's all-you-can-eat a la carte breakfast menu features dishes such as eggs made-to-order and Québec maple syrup; have breakfast delivered to your room at no cost if you wish.




Fisher House Bed and Breakfast


Travelers call this fabulous Arts and Crafts home near Victoria's inner harbor a "lovely B&B close to downtown." The grand Edwardian house, built in 1912, has original features such as beamed ceilings and stained glass windows. A reviewer writes, "The accommodations were extremely comfortable, quiet and very well appointed. The location, so close to downtown and the waterfront, simply can't be beat, and then if you factor in the very reasonable price, well, you must experience it for yourself. Our hosts Jen and Cal were so accommodating and can they cook! In the morning, we awoke to the intoxicating aromas of what promised to be an exceptional breakfast dining experience befitting a five-star resort."