Meeting and Retreat Venues

Garden Room

Local coastal art, colorful flowers, crisp white linens and a refreshing sea breeze- this is our Garden Room.  It could be the setting of your wedding reception, business meeting, or private dinner function. In the summer, open the French doors and windows to allow sunlight and ocean breezes to spill in and rejuvenate the body and mind.  Plush sofas, Persian carpets, and a wood-burning fireplace also make the Garden Room perfect for anything from a cozy winter celebration to a warm summer reception. It befits the formal or casual, offering a homey, living room feel.  The Upper Gardens lie directly outside of the 3 sets of French doors and the ocean views are lovely from its step. Let your guests stretch their legs or step in style in the fresh Juan de Fuca breezes with the privacy of your own entrance to the common gardens. The perfect setting for your wedding reception, business meeting or private dinner function, it befits the formal or casual, offering a homey, living room feel.  The Upper Gardens lie directly outside of the French doors and the ocean views are lovely from its step.  


Potlatch Room

Our Women of the Woods welcoming totem will greet you as you first enter our Potlatch Room. The First Nations of our area held traditional celebrations called Potlatchs to mark significant events in family’s lives. Join the Philips Family, innkeepers of Sooke Harbour House, in a wedding venue as west coast and as magical as it gets. The Potlatch Room features a beach stone fireplace, cedar walls, douglas fir details, and hardwood floors perfect for dancing upon. The presence of First Nations art in the carvings, glass window etchings, button blankets, and paintings is majestic and takes you back in time. Crisp white linens, complimented by red and black, appeal to the eye. The Potlatch Room is ideal for dinners and receptions with dancing. Plated dinner service is available for up to 60 people. Bar service and stand up hors d’oeuvres receptions are available for up to 80 guests.