Places to stay in Sidney, British Columbia

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Sidney is a town located at the northern end of the Saanich Peninsula, on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. It has a population of approximately 11,000. Sidney is located just east of Victoria International Airport, and a few kilometers south of BC Ferries' Swartz Bay terminal. The town is also the only Canadian port-of-call in the Washington State Ferry system, with ferries running from Sidney to Anacortes, Washington. Sidney is located along British Columbia provincial highway 17, which bisects the town from north to south. It is generally considered part of the Victoria metropolitan area. Places to eat in the region include Hylands Fish & Chips, Thai Corner Restaurant, Taste Of Tokyo, and Mariner Pizza.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Sidney is located close to Russell Reef, Réserve indienne Goldstream 13, Camas Hill, Augustus Point and Royal Roads.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Sidney

The Amity Guest Retreat B&B

Welcome to the Amity Guest Retreat Bed and Breakfast. Locally owned and operated by by your hosts Shirley and Ken Moncur. We are convienienty located between the town of Sidney and the city of Victoria on British Columbia's majestic Vancouver Island. Our bed and breakfast is just 5 minutes from the .....

The Miraloma on the Cove

A comfortable, secluded escape which offers a limited number of high quality vacation suites. In revitalizing the Shoal Harbour Inn, the use of natural colours and textures were incorporated to continue the tradition of inviting the outside in. The private enclave of heritage gardens is framed by .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The town west of Highway 17 has a mixture of single-family residences and light industry. Single-family units are also present east of the highway, but the eastern sector also has many condominium-type buildings, plus most of the service and retail outlets. The island-studded Haro Strait forms Sidney's eastern boundary. There is a large boating and marine industry in the area, ranging from marinas to boatbuilders and marine suppliers.

Other local Sidney information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -123°24'0
  • Latitude: 48°39'21.96

Things to see and do

Excellent Frameworks

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.

B C Forest Discovery Centre

Located at 2892 Drinkwater Road. At the BC Forest Discovery Centre, a stroll around the grounds will quickly transform one into an exciting, educational experience. With many exhibits for the whole family, there is always something new to explore.

Nearby towns

Sidney is close to:

Closed, unlisted or renamed properties

  • Di's Place, 8643 Aldous Terrace
  • Bamboo House Bed and Breakfast, P.O. Box 52053, RPO Beacon Avenue
  • 3eagles B&B, 11435 Hawthorne Place