Accommodation: Coquitlam Bed and Breakfast - Description
GREEN GABLES Bed and Breakfast is located just 30 minutes from Downtown Vancouver in a very quiet location with a creek flowing through the natural 1/2 acre garden property. Large private suite with comfortable king size bed, private bathroom, dining and living room with queen size sofa-bed, gas fireplace and separate entrance. You will enjoy the full breakfast we serve, as well as the fresh wild flower arrangement (in season) in your suite. A no breakfast option is available.
We speak English and German. Green Gables is the place you have been dreaming of -- a place to feel truly at home, with helpful hosts and an emphasis on service and personal attention -- the way it should be.
The surrounding area also offers lots of opportunity for jogging, walking, hiking, fishing (salt and freshwater) and sailing. The ocean (Burrard inlet off Georgia Strait) is only a few minutes away and offers seashore walkways, boating, fishing and views of the surrounding mountains. Also within a few minutes you can reach a hospital, several cinemas, a good selection of various restaurants and a major shopping center.
Bed and Breakfast features:
- 1 spacious B&B suite (450 sqf ), private bathroom, Full breakfast or No breakfast option available
- Quiet location on greenbelt with outside sitting area near pond and creek
- Fridge / Microwave / TV / Computer / private entrance
- WIRELESS Internet Access and PC in your guest suite at no extra cost
- Specific dietary needs can be met
- Wheelchair accessible, ground level entrance, no stairs to climb
- Located in the TriCity area (Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam)
- Close to Simon Fraser University and Douglas College and Eagle Ridge Hospital
- Visit our activity page for the surrounding area
- Wir sprechen Deutsch
- Suburb of Vancouver, 10 - 15 KM (6.2 - 9.3 mi)from Vancouver
- The name Kwikwetlem is said to be derived from a Coast Salish term meaning "red fish up the river" - this is a reference to the Sockeye Salmon.
- Coquitlam was designated as a Cultural Capital of Canada in 2009 by the Department of Canadian Heritage
- The Evergreen Cultural Centre is a venue for arts and culture, a facility designed to host a wide variety of community events
- Numerous yearly festivals are staged at various locations
throughout Coquitlam, incl. Festival du Bois (first full weekend
in March), the Water's Edge Festival (third full weekend in
March), Como Lake Fishing Derby (last Sunday in May), BC
Highland Games (last Saturday in June), and the Blue Mountain
Music Festival (mid-July).