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 through the lake and Tourism Mall pictures on the left.
As people look ahead to spring and summer our booking calendar is beginning to fill up. If you need space near the lake and river in July and August book now.
We get many one night bookings. It is a problem because guests do not have time to know the area and take advantage of the activities and scenery. Of course we also have more beds to change and toilets to clean. What do you think?
A note today reminded me that a committee is busy preparing for the annual Lake Days celebrations on the week of June 7th to 14th. Http://cowichanlakedays.com/ Many fun activities. Saturday includes pancake breakfast, parade, forest activities and a pubic dance.
Hiking continues. We had guests do the Cowichan River Loop and Bald Mountain last week. Also young guests enjoyed the Port Renfrew rocky pools, the big trees, the train at the Forest Discovery Centre and the Kinsol Trestle.
Our B&B thinks it is time to look for new owners. Lets us know if you are interested.
If you are coming by way of Sooke and Port Renfrew, check our link page to get a big tree map so you can find Botanical Beach, the Avatar Grove and the Harris Creek Spruce.
Double click to edit