KIDD'S B&B 518 Point Ideal Drive, Lake Cowichan, BC
Phone: 1 250 749 7790;
Toll free: 1 866 749 7790
Mobile: 250 715 8890
Welcome to our airconditioned home on a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking Cowichan Lake. You can relax here, or engage in the many outdoor activities our area offers.
On the gound floor we have a self-contained Suite and the Murphy Room. Upstairs is the large Ghana Room.
Check our Room Pages and Availability Page.
You can enjoy a full breakfast, visit the deck and garden, soak in the hot-tub or use the wi fi for computer access and, in season, watch humming birds zip back and forth.
This is a great place to visit. Enjoy our scenery, swimming, boating, hiking. Visit wineries and other interesting places in the Cowichan Region. Make day trips to Victoria or Nanaimo.
Access the rugged west coast or Port Renfrew with the circle route through Sooke to Victoria.
More information is provided in our local and valley pages or in the magazine articles linked though the lake and Tourism Mall pictures on the left.
Four cyclists came in all the way from Swartz Bay via the Mill Bay Ferry. Next day we carried them up to the old Youbou Mill site on our boat and after a feast of blackberries they rode back through Youbou, and Meades Creek to town, including a stop at Galloping Moon for coffee. In the evening we delivered them to the Stone Soup Inn for a birthday dinner. Next day they headed for Shawnigan Lake.
The Salmon and Mushroom Festival will be held in the Lake Cowichan Centennial Hall, September 27th and 28th. It includes mushroom identification, sales and delicious soup and salmon and mushroom delicacies. On Sunday afternoon field trips are organized to help people identify and understand mushrooms. Local artists display and sell their creations.
If you are coming by way of Sooke and Port Renfrew, do check the Tugwell Creek Meadery west of Sooke, find the big trees near Port Renfrew, and stop in for Chowder at the Coastal Kitchen Cafe in Port Renfrew.
Our town has introduced a floating dock in Saywell Park to allow river entry while protecting the riparian area. It makes tubing and swimming much easier.
Some prefer tasting and buying wine at the excellent wineries and visiting other tourist places in the valley. We can help with tour planning. The Chemainus Theatre is doing Les Miserables this summer.
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