Ormada House Bed & Breakfast
Ormada House Bed and Breakfast is located in the city of Duncan, BC on Vancouver Island. This 65 year old home is located within easy walking distance to the heart of the city where there are many unique shops and attractions, along with Saturday Duncan Farmersí Market, the largest on Vancouver Island!
In addition to this, also within a very short walk, you will find a tranquil, wooded trail that will take you along the Cowichan River dike which is part of a greater walking / biking loop that connects many walking and bike trails all over the Cowichan Valley.
From Ormada House you can take many easy day trips. You can explore the Cowichan Valley, shop in Downtown Duncan, an enclave of unique owner-run shops, restaurants, a farm store and a Brew Pub!
Shop for antiques, view the Murals of Chemainus, visit Nitnat Lake or Cowichan Lake or just spend time becoming acquainted with numerous Towns and Villages in the area.
Take a wine tour! There are 17 wineries and a Cidery within twenty miles of us.
We are within 5-10 minutes of Queen Margaretís, Queen of Angels, Duncan Christian School, Vancouver Island University, the Cowichan Theatre and Chesterfield Sportsplex.
Unfortunately we are unable to accept pets as there are small pets in residence. Crate trained small dogs a possibility, please contact us for information.
We offer an open-minded, adult oriented, non-smoking facility.
Ormada House contains two available bedrooms. The larger Ruby Room has a comfortable queen size bed, writing desk and easy chair while the smaller Blue Room has an equally comfortable double bed.
There is a large parking area at the rear of the home which gives access to a relaxing garden. Protected by a high privacy fence, the garden features a small hot tub, tanning area and small fish pond where you can relax while reading or simply enjoy the afternoon shade.
||786 Marchmont Rd.
Duncan, Vancouver Island, BC
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This page was last updated: 07 September 2014