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All reviewsother guestsafternoon sherryrobson streetstanley parkb bsbed and breakfastgarden suiteeach morningfresh cookiesevery amenityhome from homeevery eveningquiet streetwithin walking distancevisiting vancouvera great place to staylocation was perfect
My wife and I stayed here at the first of Oct. Evan and his partners/staff were so very accommodating. We had great communication with him from the day we made our reservation Our room on the top floor faced the street and had a huge...More
We stayed at the West End Guest House earlier this month and had a lovely, memorable stay. The whole house including our room was desiigned and furnished with a superb attention to detail. Built in 1906 everything was clearly lovingly, painstakingly renovated and refurbished and...More
We stayed as a family of 4 from England at WEGH in July after our cruise. Really brilliant location only one block from Robson Street. We had the big "Queens" room at the very top with our 12 year old daughter - easily big enough...More
We don't normally stay at B&B's but wanted to try something different and glad we did. We stayed 4 nights. Evan and Ron made us feel very much at home, even encouraged us to raid the frig for soft drinks. There was always homemade goodies...More
A hodgepodge of landscapes, the West End combines verdant gardens and blocky modern architecture, with Victorian bits and Edwardian bobs in between. It is a paradise for takeout food, take-away coffee, and perhaps incongruously, some of Vancouver's most languid lines of beachfront. English Bay and Sunset Beach invite swimmers, strollers, and picnic-lovers to take in dusk settling over the water, or to jog along
with the sunrise, offering breathtaking views at any time of day. The West End merges together so many looks and flavors probably because it functions a hub: its the leafy pit-stop between nightlife and entertainment venues along Davie Street, and the shopping paradise that is Robson Street, offering visitors beautiful parkland to rest on, and quick, easy food to re-fuel with in between ventures.