A luxury guest suite nestled in one of Ladysmith's newest suburbs, walking distance away from Holland Creek Trail, Rotary Lookout and Heart Lake Trail, A 5 minute drive away from the pub, restaurants, markets and bakery. Various nearby tourist attractions in the surrounding area, such as Beaches, Marinas, Zip Line Tours, Golfing, Fishing, Bird Watching, Provincial Parks and BC Ferries. With all of the natural beauty and attractions Vancouver Island has to offer, your getaway is destined to be an unforgettable experience!
The Nanaimo Airport is approximately 15 minutes away from Ladysmith. The Airporter service and Car Rentals are available at the Nanaimo Airport. The BC Ferries Duke Point terminal is 25 minutes away, Departure Bay terminal is 35 minutes away, and the Swartz Bay (Victoria) terminal is approximately 1 1/2 hours away.
The guest suite is owner run and our goal is to provide our guests with a warm and homely accommodation in a private and secure setting.
Open concept 1 Bedroom ground floor suite featuring a Living Room, Dining Area and Kitchen
Parking for 1-2 vehicles or 1 vehicle with RV
- Private entrance
- Private yard with lawn furniture provided
- Appliances include: Stainless-steel Convection Oven, Fridge, Dishwasher, and Microwave oven, Nespresso machine and milk frother (Coffee pods supplied), Toaster, Electric Kettle, and Iron/Ironing Board
Relevant cookware, dishes, cutlery and glasses based on service for 4 (kitchen linens provided)
- Scan Design Reclining Sofas and Arm chairs, Coffee Table and End Tables
- 60" TV Entertainment unit
Queen size bed with quality mattress; armoire, dresser, side tables, large closet (bedroom linens provided)
Bathroom with shower and tub (shampoo, conditioner, face soap and bathroom linens provided)
- Suite has its own hot water on demand, fire door, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, washer and dryer (laundry detergent/dryer sheets supplied)
Ladysmith (population: 8,376) is a Vancouver Island heritage town, located on the 49th Parallel within easy hailing distance of Victoria and Nanaimo. Voted one of Canada's ten prettiest towns by Harrowsmith Country Life magazine, Ladysmith offers a rare and remarkable flashback to another era. The town's main street (1st Avenue) features vintage Edwardian buildings, many erected circa the town's founding in 1900 and now occupied by independent merchants of all kinds: baker, butcher, restauranteurs, artisans, coffeeshop proprietors, shopkeepers, book dealers, and numerous antique and vintage shops. Ladysmith is one of the greenest towns in British Columbia, as its municipal council was quick to become an early adaptor to pioneering environmental initiatives. Keeping it green has certainly paid off in terms of hiking opportunities. Forested hiking trails traverse Holland Creek from high above Ladysmith to an otter-happy estuary near Coronation Mall. Serious hikers can strike out for the see-forever (Mount Baker included) viewpoints at Heart Lake and Stocking Lake. The Marine Walk, meanwhile, traces the shoreline of Ladysmith's greenest gem: Transfer Beach Park. Then-mayor Kay Grouhel spearheaded the purchase of the waterfront acreage from private logging interests in the mid-1960s. This largely undiscovered area is now known by boaters and kayakers as "the gateway to the southern Gulf Islands."+ More