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We first came here in May 2016, then my wife in September and myself last week in November. Our daughter studies at UBC in Vancouver and we were looking for a B&B. In short: Great beds, very good breakfast and Graham is a superb host.
My husband and I were delighted with this comfortable, welcoming B&B in Shaughnessy, a neighborhood of beautiful homes on quiet, tree-lined streets. Resident puppy Watney immediately warmed up to my husband. Andrew graciously hosted our visit, as Graham and Lee were away. He prepared fabulous...More
We are repeat visitors to Graham and Lee's abode that they graciously open for guests. This time we brought along other family members who were visiting Vancouver for the first time. We stayed in the Rose Garden Suite and enjoyed every minute of it!The suite...More
Great bedroom with a wee balcony; bathroom good as well. Very quiet and comfortable. Graham made the best breakfast ever and it was so nice sitting in the beautiful dining room with the other guests. Would definitely return here someday!
We were so fortunate to have found this place to spend our final 6 nights in Canada after an amazing 5-week Nth American holiday. I was attending a conference at the Vancouver convention centre; and Greystone's location was ideal, only one bus ride into town....More
The neighbourhood closest to the airport, a generous mix of locals and tourists populate the area. The blend has made it a go-to spot to find an eclectic collection of entertainment, from theatres and cinemas, to antique stores and last-minute kitsch souvenir shops. It gives off a transient vibe, and is one of the more higgledy-piggledy areas in terms of what you'll find, making it a fun area to explore and
map out, all while taking in the hectic atmosphere of people coming and going, while others look for the best ways to spend their last few hours in the city.