O Canada House B&B


  • Gracious service
  • Fantastic breakfast
  • Within walking distance of Downtown


  • Many rooms on the small side
  • No elevator to the upper rooms

Published 03/10/2015

Fodor's Review

This beautifully restored 1897 Victorian is home to an elegant but comfortable B&B with fun historical significance: it's where the first version of "O Canada," the country's national anthem, was penned in 1909. Each bedroom has classic antiques and modern comforts such as bathrobes to help make things homey. The top-floor room is enormous, with two king beds and a private sitting and dining area. A separate one-room coach house in the garden is a romantic option, though it faces onto the back alley and is a bit cramped. Breakfast, served in the dining room, is a lavish affair.

Hotel Information


1114 Barclay St., Vancouver, British Columbia, V6E 1H1, Canada

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604-688–0555; 877-688–1114

Hotel Details:

  • 7 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 03/10/2015


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