Heritage site on the banks of the Campbell River, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
Season: May 1 - October 31
Enjoy the peaceful setting of this historic farmhouse where author conservationist Roderick Haig-Brown wrote his world-renowned books. The murmur of the river can be heard from the rooms overlooking the peaceful grounds. In this unique bed and breakfast establishment, the Haig-Brown House interior and furnishings reflect the character and modest lifestyle of Roderick Haig-Brown and his family.
The House features three bedrooms for up to seven guests. There are two shared bathrooms, one with a full bath, and one with a shower. Depending on the number of guests, a private bathroom may be reserved.
Windows overlook the garden in this pleasant room containing a double bed.
This room with twin beds has a view to the river.
This charming apple-green room has both a double and a single bed, and contains built-in furniture handmade by Roderick Haig-Brown.
During your stay, be sure to visit the study, where thousands of books line the walls and where many of the writer’s famous works were penned.