A romantic Victoria bed and breakfast room that oozes with character, Camelot is entered through a private entrance off its own deck garden. It has a private ensuite bathroom, diamond leaded windows, rich decor and a hardwood floor.
Rates, double occupancy, including a full breakfast:
A single bed (not a "rollaway cot") can be added for a third person for $35 nightly, including breakfast - a two night minimum applies for this (an armchair is removed). The two night minimum stay also applies if twin beds are required instead of the usual king bed setting.
Tapestries provide the inspiration for the Arts and Crafts character and deep colours of this romantic Victoria bed and breakroom room. Above the fireplace is a famous 1895 tapestry by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, "The Arming and Departure of the Knights", now in the collection of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. "The Lady" near the window features Guinevere, before she was queen, being courted by King Arthur entering in the background accompanied by her maid Luned. Another Burne-Jones wallhanging, "Laus Veneris" (1869), enriches the stunning bathroom. Camelot offers affordable luxury for a BC B&B retreat.
The result is a Canada Select 5 Star room but at 4 star rates: affordable luxury - view further photographs of Camelot.
This short video shows this B&B guest room:
"This is the room I want to spend the rest of my life in! " (Aviv, Vancouver)
Victoria's Country Retreat ... serenity near the Butchart Gardens