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Indepth Look at Sooke Harbour House

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Sooke Harbour House Resort is situated on 2.5 acres of beautiful oceanfront next  to the Whiffin Spit which extends out to the Pacific Ocean overlooking the Olympic Mountains. 

The resort is surrounded by certified organic and edible gardens and has a small organic farm off site.

Creatively designed, no details overlooked, Sooke Harbour House carries a legacy with its name.

For 33 years Frederique and Sinclair Philip have embraced the West Coast Culture, beauty and ambiance by creating a resort that has welcomed many famous faces. The resort receives ongoing international awards and continues to be known as one of Canada’s most spectacular wedding and event destination.


New Canadians immigrating under the new BC Provincial Nominee Program (“PNP”) are a potential source of buyers as they can enjoy accelerated permanent residency by investing in an activity managing a new or existing business in BC.

To qualify immigrating entrepreneurs need to make a minimum investment of $400,000 into a business in the lower mainland (Vancouver Area) or $200,000 in other parts of BC (Sooke Harbour House)

There are also attractive programs available to Aboriginal people interested in buying a business.

Please contact us for more information on this exciting opportunity. contact


Each room is unique and personally decorated by Frederique Philip, the c0 - owner and designer of one of Canada most spectacular resorts.

 Just to name a few of our accomplishments:

  • Gold List, World’s Best 504 Hotels, Resorts & Cruise Lines, Conde Nast Traveler, January 2010, January 2011,2012,2013

  • -World's Best Hotels, Travel+Leisure ,Top Hotels & Resorts, January 2013

  • Governor General’s Nation’s Table Award for Mentoring and Inspiration, June 2010

  • Gold Award for Best Vancouver Island Restaurant”, Vancouver Magazine Rated #1 for 23 years in a row.

  • Corporate Environmental Award: Leader in environmentally responsible tourism", Tourism Victoria, 2004


Take a look at the story of Sooke Harbour House

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