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Welcome to the Beaconsfield Innan international award-winning Edwardian hotel in the heart of quiet Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. We are proud to be a Registered Heritage Property—circa 1905, and continue to do our best to preserve the beauty and grandeur of this lovely property. Nestled along a quiet, residential street just minutes from downtown, our beautiful gardens, charming rooms and fine food will ensure your Victoria experience is authentic and luxurious. The personal care and attention given by the Beaconsfield Inn staff will ensure a wonderful island holiday or the perfect romantic getaway.

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This Registered Designated Heritage Building was commissioned in 1905 by R.P Rithet and designed by Samuel Maclure, one of Victoria’s most notable architects.

Each of our guest rooms tells it’s own story of history and elegancy, from the McClure to the Emily Carr. You will enjoy your time in our Luxurious Library and our bright and beautiful conservatory.

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From the moment you step through the doors into the richly panelled and fireplace-cheered entry, you are drawn into the old world charm of the turn-of-the-century Edwardian era. The luxury and quiet refinement of that period is reflected by the mahogany wood floors, 11 foot beamed ceilings, wainscotting, mouldings, antiques, persian carpets, selected works of art and fresh flowers.

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Experience High Tea or sip a fine evening Sherry in front of our two fireplaces… then read a chapter or two from one of hundreds of books available or just cuddle up and dream. Everything you need to enjoy your stay at the Beaconsfield Inn can be found here.

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Included In Your Stay:

  • Tastefully Prepared Full Breakfast in our dining room or conservatory
  • Afternoon Refreshments
  • Complimentary Sherry in the book-lined library in front of the fire.

What could be more civilized?

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The Beaconsfield was commissioned in 1905 by R. P. Rithet, a local financial baron, MLA and Victoria Mayor (1885) for his daughter Gertrude, and designed by Samuel McClure, one of Victoria’s most notable architects. Named after a luxurious London Hotel frequented by King Edward VII in pre-World War I England, the Beaconsfield Inn turns the clock back.

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What The Travel Media Is Saying About The Beaconsfield Inn:

“Many inns claim old-world charm, but few can live up to the term. The Beaconsfield Inn not only succeeds, this beautifully restored English manor provides a turn-of-the-century haven to rejuvenate city-tired spirits. Lavish, fragrant flower gardens brighten the inn’s classic…exterior. A light gourmet three course breakfast is served in the inn’s original dining room or in the bright sunroom, next to abundant foliage and a small fountain. Tables for two help keep breakfast a semiprivate affair if you so desire. If fancy breakfasts and lounging around this Edwardian oasis make you feel a little too leisured (if there is such a thing), a brisk walk to town may be in order”.

“The Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest”, 11th Edition Awarded top award of “Four Kisses”

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Indulge yourself. Sink into a down-filled love-seat in front of a wood-burning fireplace. Or, lounge on the cozy, chintz-covered window seat and let the sun caress you. Imagine a third floor attic retreat all to yourself furnished with exquisite antiques featuring a Queen four-postered canopied bed. There’s a jetted tub to relax in and a writing desk to record the memories. You might even catch a moonbeam through your skylight.

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Indulge yourself. Sink into a down-filled love-seat in front of a wood-burning fireplace. Or, lounge on the cozy, chintz-covered window seat and let the sun caress you. Imagine a third floor attic retreat all to yourself furnished with exquisite antiques featuring a Queen four-postered canopied bed. There’s a jetted tub to relax in and a writing desk to record the memories. You might even catch a moonbeam through your skylight.

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A crackling wood-burning fireplace welcomes you in this garden level suite. Leaded, stained-glass windows let the afternoon sun play over a formal antique-furnished sitting area. French doors open to a private garden patio. A jetted tub in the private bathroom massages away all cares and at night, double doors create an inner sanctum for the King bed.

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A crackling wood-burning fireplace welcomes you in this garden level suite. Leaded, stained-glass windows let the afternoon sun play over a formal antique-furnished sitting area. French doors open to a private garden patio. A jetted tub in the private bathroom massages away all cares and at night, double doors create an inner sanctum for the King bed.

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Named after Victoria’s most famous artist, this second floor suite offers understated elegance in Ralph Lauren fabrics of hunter green and burgundy. A whirlpool tub-for-two with a view of the fireplace adds to the romantic setting while the cozy sitting room is the perfect place to evoke your creative muse. Queen bed.

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Named after Victoria’s most famous artist, this second floor suite offers understated elegance in Ralph Lauren fabrics of hunter green and burgundy. A whirlpool tub-for-two with a view of the fireplace adds to the romantic setting while the cozy sitting room is the perfect place to evoke your creative muse. Queen bed.

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Located on the garden level, this suite has a separate entry French door to a bright patio bordered with roses and lavender. Done in Ralph Lauren stripes and florals that breathe the sunshine and English garden inside, it offers a whirlpool tub-for-two, a Queen bed and a river-rock gas fireplace. A pair of French doors lead to the peaceful sitting room.

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Located on the garden level, this suite has a separate entry French door to a bright patio bordered with roses and lavender. Done in Ralph Lauren stripes and florals that breathe the sunshine and English garden inside, it offers a whirlpool tub-for-two, a Queen bed and a river-rock gas fireplace. A pair of French doors lead to the peaceful sitting room.

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Three walls with original leaded stained-glass windows overlooking the front English cottage garden make this large guestroom one of the brightest in the Inn. On the main floor in gentle pastels of soft peach and mint green, the high ceilings, original mahogany hardwood floors and moulding details portray the airy romance of the period. Snuggle under the down-filled duvet on the wrought iron Queen bed, write some postcards at the antique writing table or enjoy a whirlpool bath. An elegant white-mantled wood-burning fireplace…Ah, the Age of Innocence revisited!

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A second floor room fit for royalty done in a “Foxhunt” theme. A wood-burning fireplace and half-canopied Queen sleigh-bed captures the romance of the moment. The large bathroom is proof of the turn-of-the-century obsession with luxury in the bath: an Edwardian Wooden-canopied tub and shower, pedestal sink and a tapestry armchair for private contemplation. The rest is up to you…

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Once Gertrude’s sewing room, “solitude” and “comfort” come to mind as you enter this cozy second floor room. Rattan chairs, stenciled walls and country pine brings this queen bedded room a casual ambience. And in the bath, a jetted tub-for-two and separate shower fitted into a window-lined alcove, a pedestal sink and a chandelier make you ask yourself: did Gertrude ever have it this good?

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Savour the bygone era of luxury as you recline on an antique chaise-lounge in front of a wood-burning fireplace with a carved oak-columned mantle. Named after the inn’s well-loved turn-of-the-century architect, this second level room has a medley of blue velvet and blue cotton chintz prints. Enjoy a long, luxurious soak in the whirlpool tub. A lace-canopied Queen bed ensures sweet dreams.

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A gas corner fireplace and two leaded stained-glass windows make this cute main level room a surprise gem. Brass Queen bed, dropped chandelier and cheerful chintz. Shower only.

Beaconsfield Inn 998 Humboldt Street Victoria B.C. V8V 2Z8 Toll Free 1-888-884-4044 & Local (250) 384-4044