Vancouver Traveller B&B - Vancouver Room at a glance

Rates

October 2018 - $130 a night

Full breakfasts served till October 31, 2018.  The rates are per night for two people. The rates include tax, Wi-Fi and complimentary full breakfasts between 8-9 am in the non-low season. 

Nov 01, 2018 to March 31, 2019 (cereal only)

$110 a night for 2-6 nights

$100 a night for 7 consecutive nights or longer

April 2019 - $145 a night

May 2019 - $165 a night

June 2019 - $190 a night

July to August 2019 - $210 a night

September 2018 - $180 a night 

October 2018 - $165 a night

Taveller Vancouver B&B serves full breakfasts April 01 to October 31.  The rates are per night for two people. The rates include 16% of taxes, Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfasts. 

Restrictionss

We have a minimum two nights stay requirement.  One night reservation is rare and is considered case by case.  $20 surcharge for single night stay.  Please inquire.  

The rates are per night for two people and include tax, complimentary full breakfasts between 8-9 am and Wi-Fi.

Single occupancy is $5 off  the daily rate November to May and $10 off the daily rate the rest of the year 

Third person (regardless of age), $20 per night.

Double occupancy and with two beds, $10 per night.

We accept cash and credit cards.  There is a 5% service fees for credit card payments.

Please see our Questions and Answers page for more information on the staying in Vancouver Traveller B&B.

To reserve a room, please see our Availability and Reservation page.  

About the Room

Facing the front yard, in the southeast corner of the house, this bedroom with the en-suite bathroom is 255 square feet / 24 square meter.

The decorative windows were original to our first house which is about 100 years old now.  If windows could talk, they would tell you amazing stories of the city's transformation and our family's history since we moved to Vancouver about 35 years ago.

Queen size bed with a double seat that pulls into a single bed. 

Complimentary cable TV, wi-fi

Bedside tables, reading lamps, black-out blinds, luggage racks

Geothermal energy used for hot water/heat/cooling 

Windows on two  walls and a ceiling fan create cross-breeze

Shared kitchenette (bar fridge, microwave, sink with instant hot water dispenser)

En-suite bathroom has a walk-in shower.  There are hair dryer, shampoo, condition and liquid soap.