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We went to Vancouver for our son's graduation from the University of British Columbia and had the great fortune to spend 5 nights at the Corkscrew Inn. Wayne and Sal, the owners were quite personable and busy attending to the inn. If you stay here,...More
This is a property that has been restored and maintained to perfection 'a historic feel and equally matching furnishings.
My husband and i stayed here for our last three night of a 5 week BC and a little Alberta adventure.
We stayed in the Art...More
Stayed in the Edwardian room, however, all are equally splendid. The Edwardian is connected to the dining room that didn't bother us, but some may want more privacy. The sitting room was comfy and relaxing to take a break during the day or an early...More
Just love the Corkscrew Inn. We could walk to places and also get the bus.... would tell anyone to stay there.... can't wait to go back again.... I watch Love it or List it Vancouver and it is great to see the places that we...More
beautiful restored heritage house, with modern amenities. Tastefully decorated. Interesting collection of corkscrews on display. Quiet room and area. Useful deck in front and back for relaxing. Many thoughtful touches such as bedroom TV and clock being in closet and accessible if needed but not...More
Kitsilano is one of Vancouver's most transformative neighbourhoods. With a long history of coffee culture and poetry readings, its days of flower children and buskers may be long-gone, but not without leaving their mark on the number of organic restaurants and fair-trade cafes in the area. At the centre of Kitsilano ("Kits" for short) the almost idyllic expanse of Kits Beach offers the opportunity for a
relaxed afternoon of beach volleyball or sunbathing. Along with the beachfront, nearby public pools and trendy street-beats have driven up the homeowners prices, making it a haven for stylish home goods stores, from design and furniture, to supplies and appliances. The multitude of both families and public spaces also make it a happening neighbourhood in the summer, when festivals and fairs take to Kits' streets.