A Unique Experience

Not your regular B&B!

As many guests can attest, a stay at Two Eagles Lodge is an experience you will never forget!

While Carolyn and Steve gladly respect a guest’s desire for “laying low” and relaxing, they firmly believe “the more the merrier.” Many evenings are spent watching the sunset reflect off the water, sitting by the fire pit on the patio, and sipping wine or any other beverage of choice, roasting marshmallows, and sharing stories.

Design your own colorful “souvenir”

On occasion, Steve and Carolyn break out the dyes and guests who want to be “retro” leave with tie-dyed shirts as souvenirs of their good time at Two Eagles. If you’re lucky, you’ll even time your stay to be around when they host the annual Two Eagles Tie-Dye party, complete with a potluck day of eating, great music, and friends new and old.

Normally you are on your own for dinner, but since we had such a fun day, we just couldn’t stop, especially with the invitation to try Dungeness crabs ‘Maryland style’ and world-famous Fanny Bay oysters. After dinner, we sat by the fire pit and visited. The night sky was incredible, and Amanda saw five shooting stars while sitting in the hot tub.

As an added bit of fun over the weekend at Two Eagles, we were invited to do something that the Touhey’s offer for interested guests.We made our own tie-dyed t-shirts. We loved it! I had never made a tie-dyed shirt before. Now, I love mine. I made it, it’s part of a good memory, and now I have a cool party shirt.

Amanda loves hers, too. It is hard to find places that are so family oriented that both kids and adults have a great time. Two Eagles is exactly that. We will go back.

Rick Stratton, publisher, NW Dive News Magazine

A Maryland Style Crab Feast on Vancouver Island

For those who are interested, Carolyn and Steve will prepare local seafood, especially world-famous Fanny Bay Oysters from the local watermen and Dungeness Crabs prepared “Maryland Style” (complete with picking/eating instructions)…soon to be on YouTube, too. (Just ask for details).

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