Fisher House, a 1912 two-storey Edwardian foursquare house with Arts & Crafts details, located in the heart of historic James Bay Village, offers comfortable, quiet accommodations just minutes walk to the activity of downtown Victoria as well as the serene beaches overlooking the Juan de Fuca Strait. Filled with antiques and traditional furniture inspired by the Edwardian period, the beamed ceilings, original stained glass windows and craftsman styled staircase will transport you to a simpler time of elegant hospitality.
This City of Victoria designated Heritage Building is the perfect launching point for day trips around southern Vancouver Island and for exploring all the city of Victoria has to offer. Live jazz music and great food can be found a block away, or make your way to the Inner Harbour and Government Street to enjoy the incredibly talented street performances and delightful cuisine of downtown.
Paved walking paths along the coastal trail with views of the Straight of Juan de Fuca as well as thepeacocks of Beacon Hill Park offer scenic diversions. The extensive and varied network of bicycle paths such as the Galloping Goose and Lochside Trails and the kayaking opportunities along the scenic coast make Victoria a true haven for lovers of the outdoors. Secure bicycle storage and basic maintenance is available on site, and off-street parking for those traveling by car is also available.
After a day of exploring the sights and sounds of Victoria, relax in the cozy parlour with a complimentary cup of tea and fresh baked goods.