Malahat Farm B&B and Cottage

Sooke, British Columbia

Malahat Farm B&B and Cottage is an inn / B&B located in Sooke. Historic Malahat Farm, first established in 1895 has been receiving guests for almost 100 years. The rustic simplicity of these old farm houses is truly reminiscent of "Grandma's house" from days gone by. Both houses were built with old growth clear fir and red cedar from the original property.

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Address and Location details

Photo of Malahat Farm B&B and Cottage
2675 Anderson Road
Sooke
British Columbia
V0S 1N0
Canada


Tel: (250) 642-6868
Fax: (250) 642-6808
Tollfree: (888) 340-9911

Reviews for Malahat Farm B&B and Cottage, Sooke

2 / 10 based on 1 review

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2 OUT OF 10 Reviewer: Not provided - Mon 01 Jun 2009

Malahat Farm B&B and Cottage

The owners of the property were experiencing financial troubles at the time, and this was reflected in the way they treated us. We expect the "breakfast" part of B&B to be an integral part of the experience, and the "breakfast" part was by far the worst experience we've ever had.

We had to wait for our breakfast while other "priority" guests (long-term tenants) were served first, and the breakfast was meagre, consisting of an egg (if we were lucky) and some toast.

The biggest shocker though was when the "priority" guests did not finish their "priority" breakfast, which was some rhubarb pie, we were served their left-overs from their plate.

The room itself was lovely and clean.

Positives: Room was lovely and clean

Negatives: * were given second-class treatment compared with long-term clients
* breakfast was sub-par
* we were served other client's left-overs

Staff / Service
3
Location
5
Cleanliness
3

Additional details

The three-bedroom farm cottage, built in 1919, is a farm retreat surrounded by serene meadows and Pacific Coast rainforest. Only a ten-minute drive from the heart of Sooke, Malahat Farm can be your home base for exploring some of Vancouver Islands finest West Coast Marine parks.

If you dont feel like driving, stay close to home and enjoy the hiking, mountain biking, beachcombing, surfing, and fishing that are only minutes away or, if you wish, relax on the farm all day. In the evening, soak in the hot tub and watch the shooting stars crossing a clear night sky.

The cottage is cosy but spacious. It can be a romantic getaway for a couple or comfortable accommodation for up to twelve people depending on sleeping arrangements. It has a large sunny farm kitchen, laundry and a full bathroom with a shower and antique claw foot tub. The Master bedroom also has a two-piece ensuite. There are two more bedrooms upstairs.

Amenities

Cottage: Master bedroom - 2 dbl beds. Second bedroom - 1 queen, 1 single. Third bedroom - 1 queen, 1 single. Double sofa bed available. Master bedroom ensuite. Main bathroom with clawfoot tub and full shower. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer, dishwasher. Microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker. DVD/VCR and mini stereo in living room. Fireplace in living room. The cottage will accommodate a maximum of 12 persons depending upon sleeping arrangements. Hot tub. BBQ and picnic table.

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