Two Eagles Lodge…where new frineds and great memories are made in Paradise
Just imagine–you’re relaxing in a rocker overlooking the ocean waters of Baynes Sound and beautiful Denman Island…with the snow-capped coastal mountains in the distance on the mainland of beautiful British Columbia. Your “to do” list and pressures of every-day life are a million miles away from this waterfront “paradise” as you watch eagles soar, fish jump, and hear the playful whinney of the horses who also call this 12-acre Vancouver Island Bed and Breakfast “home.”
At Two Eagles Lodge, different from many B&Bs, you can enjoy the freedom to come and go as you like, since your room has a private entrance and bath. A hot buffet breakfast is offered each morning. Or, you may prefer to prepare something on your own in the guest kitchenette or suite kitchen.
For the convenience of our guests, we offer a shared lounge with games and books, a cozy electric fireplace, as well as a kitchennette with convenience appliances (fridge, microwave, coffee pot, toaster over) whether you want…Island.
And, when you’re done relaxing, we can’t wait to introduce you to all there is to do on Vancouver Island–an “outdoor person’s paradise” that stole the hearts of Carolyn and her late husband, Steve, who relocated from Maryland in 2006 and built Two Eagles Lodge, which opened in 2007.
Whether you enjoy kayaking, hiking, biking, scuba diving, golfing, skiing, fishing, touring the backroads on motorcycle, or just packing a picnic and relaxing by the water, Vancouver Island, British Columbia is the place to be. The weather is great (even when it rains), and the breathtaking sights around the Island are just a short drive from our centrally located Vancouver Island B&B and vacation rental.
Carolyn invites you to share her home and slice of paradise!
Carolyn & the late Steve Touhey built Two Eagles in 2006. She continues to welcome guests from around the world with award-winning service. Carolyn invites you to share her slice of paradise as your “home-away-from-home.”