Weddings, Bliss, Honeymoon, more bliss, Sooke Harbour House is one of the most romantic small resort to tie the knot!
Young Travellers High 5 for Marriage ceremony Island Destinations in U.S. and Canada 5. Vancouver Island – Vancouver, By William Phelps Vancouver Island is the ultimate destination for travel and leisure. Additionally it is among the many most wanted wedding venues within the world. Famous as “Canada’s Paradise on the Pacific,” the Vancouver Island is dotted with beautiful gardens, seashores, lush rain forests and rocky shorelines. The Sooke Harbour House, situated on Whiffen Spit Seaside, is a Wine Spectator...Read More
http://www.countymarket.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2542598 Who wouldn't want to add adventures to every day life. Pamela Irving takes us with her on her adventures, zipping through the tall trees, then exploring the ocean and the whales, all of this in our little town of Sooke. I invite you to spend a few days with us at Sooke Harbour House and you too can add exciting adventures to your life soothing, relaxing and flavourful times at the end of the day while staying with...Read More
www.bestromanticinns.com Vancouver Island’s Spa Hideaway is our Sooke Harbour House and yours!. A place where we want each one of you, our guest to forget for a few hours, a few days, the outside world! A place where cell phones, computers should be checked in upon arrival, you won’t need them ( no withdrawal, just kidding!). A place to watch the otters play in front of the dining room, a place to linger for hours savouring the creations of our chefs, a place to soak in our deep hot tubs, a place to...Read More
Dinah Giffin was born in 1954 in Toronto, Ontario. While she was in elementary, junior and high school her entire focus was art, art. In 1983 she graduated with Honors from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. Followinmg graduation, Dinah represented the Fine Art Department for the Helen Pitt award in Vancouver, B.C. Dinah paints on recycled wood which is salvaged from old buildings, fences or is washed up on local beaches. The paintings are framed in alder twigs or in Pacific...Read More
Kimiko Ziolkowski was born in Kumamoto, Japan, and moved to Canada in August 1997. Kimiko studied oil painting with Tomoko Sakaguchi, Tokyo, Japan from 1991 and studied Nihonga (Japanese-painting) with Kiyoharu Inoue, from 1994 in Tokyo. Kimiko specializes in the medium of Nihonga, translated as traditional Japanese painting. The features of Nihonga are its use of powdered, organic mineral pigments instead of oils, bound to Japanese parchment with unique, natural glue. Kimiko specializes in flowers, although she...Read More