Voice of BC's Professional Bed & Breakfast Industry

When looking for a town with art galleries, good restaurants, and plenty of charm, look no further than Cobble Hill, British Columbia. Although it is just 45 kilometers (28 miles) north of Victoria on Vancouver Island, it seems a world apart. It is a quiet place, where nature is close at hand and romance flourishes. The perfect way to experience it is a stay at a Cobble Hill Bed and Breakfast.

Folks in Cobble Hill are welcoming, and hospitality runs deep; each year the community hosts many festivals in and around Cobble Hill, BC. Fans of Folk will not want to miss the Islands Folk Festival, held annually at the end of July in nearby Duncan. Thespians surely know of the nearby Chemainus Theatre Festival, which creates some of the finest theatre on Vancouver Island. Or step back in time and attend the Cobble Hill Fall Fair, where some of the freshest produce ever tasted is to be found.

Cobble Hill is the center of Vancouver Island’s Wine Country in the Cowichan Valley. There are many vineyards in the vicinity, including a few that must be reached by ferry, Come to the Cowichan Wine and Culinary Festival in September for a taste of what the region has to offer.

There are many excellent ways to take in the outstanding views afforded in Cobble Hill, BC. Golf courses look east over the Straight of Georgia, Salt Spring Island, and the distant Coastal Range. The Trans-Canada Trail passes nearby, hugging the shores of Shawnigan Lake and Cowichan Lake as it heads north. Cherry Point Nature Observation Park offers ocean views and lovely, peaceful forest trails. Take a walk up the Cobble Mountain Trail in the Quarry Regional Wilderness Park for incredible views of the valley below.

Relaxation and adventure abounds in Cobble Hill, British Columbia. Ask the innkeepers of your Cobble Hill Bed and Breakfast what they most like to do and see in their region; they are always happy to share some of their favorite spots and activities.