Places to stay in Duncan, British Columbia
We currently have 42 accommodations in and around Duncan with other regional listings available for Hotels, Inns, Motor Inns, Campgrounds and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Secreted away in the spectacular Cowichan Valley, Duncan is the heart of the Warm Lands. Home to the Cowichan Tribe of the Coast Salish Nation, Duncan enjoys the warmest weather in Canada and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful natural recreational areas this country has to offer. Local restaurants include Nha Trang Maki Sushi, City Square Grill, Sunflower cafe, and Bona Dea Fine Food & Drink Ltd.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Duncan is located close to Bert Lake, Brentwood Bay, Clydeside Creek, Chase River and Ruxton Passage.
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Other local Duncan information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -123°42'28.589
- Latitude: 48°46'43.286
Things to see and do
Located at 28 Station Street. E.J. Hughes Biography and contributions to Canadian Art
Olde Towne Gallery
Located at 1213 Wharf Street. Here at the Olde Towne Gallery we pride ourselves in having a little something for everyone. We offer art that is a little different and sometimes completely off the wall.
Royal Oak Golf Club
Located at 540 Marsett Place. Royal Oak Golf Club is a beautiful, and challenging 9 Hole Golf Course with a great location, (10 minutes from the downtown core, 15 minutes from Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal).
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Closed or unlisted properties
- S & S Short Stay Rental located at Westlock Place closed or delisted.
- Seiler's Vacation Suite located at 6691 Beaumont Avenue closed or delisted.
- Ramada Duncan Cowichan Valley at 140 Trans Canada Highway may have been previously known as Travelodge