Welcome to Seven Hills B and B
Update - June 27, 2014
Things are taking a little longer than expected and we will not be open for guests by July 1 but should be ready for bookings starting July 12.
Kitchen Renovations - Spring 2014
While finally undertaking the renovation of our kitchen, we cannot accommodate guests for a while. We are anticipating the usual delays during such projects, and will not be able to accommodate guests until July 1, 2014. Should we be open for business earlier, we will post that information here. In the meantime feel free to contact us with booking enquiries.
Hosts Anne and Horst Mann have greeted visitors to Bowen Island since 1992. Many of our guests come from Vancouver, to “get away”, slow down their pace and “smell the roses”; walk the trails, see the sights and visit the beaches.
One April, a number of our guests were students who just finished their exams. It was great to share their joy (and exhaustion) in having completed their exams. One snowy February weekend, a lone visitor arrived on his bicycle, his bag filled with books, seeking solitude. We have been hosts to sailors on a Sunday outing, arriving barefoot and cold, in need of a warm bed.
For those who need to stay connected we offer wireless access.
We are a favourite place for many Vancouver residents who come for a change of pace and we have regular guests from Germany, some from as far away as Australia and New Zealand, and visitors from Japan and South America. We hear many comments about our comfortable beds and the delicious breakfasts.
We are about 15 minutes walking distance from Snug Cove and the ferry terminal and close to Crippen Park trails and Deep Bay beaches. The Bowen community shuttle bus (part of the Trans-Link transit system) stops at our driveway - just ask the driver to be let off at “the bottom of Seven Hills”.
Don’t be fooled by deer looking like statues. They are real, and there are plenty of them.