A delicious culinary experience await you on our gastronomic adventureJoin us for a suprise Multicourse tasting menu chosen daily from the best our chefs have to offer from the sea, our gardens and local farmers. Every dish can be wine-paired from our award winning cellar to enhance your adventure. Please advise our front desk thatRead more →
Archive for 2009
He was born in Ontario, where he lived in Lake Huron. He studied leather work and became a leather carver.
At the age of 23, Jason moved to Victoria, B.C. to study and learn the art of native wood carving. With the help and guidance of a Haida carver by the name of Randy Reid, he
Over 71% of this earth’s living space is ocean, which is inhabited by plants and animals. Even more importantly, over half of the world’s population lives within 60 miles of a coastline. These largely populated areas have threatened our local ecosystems, causing an increase in marine pollution, habitat destruction and inRead more →
Isabelle Groc is a Vancouver-based writer and photographer. She covers environmental issues, urban affairs, conservation, wildlife, and the relationships between people and their environments.
In her nature photography, Isabelle is interested in conveying a sense of intimacy and connection with the animals. She often focuses on unusual details of species or offers extreme close-ups.
John Gillespie was born and raised on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. His lifetime as an Artist and Commercial Fisherman on the West Coast waters of British Columbia, is evident in the light and texture of his paintings of Marine and Coastal scenes. He captures the colour of the sea, the motion of a