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Greystone B&B is a gem, a veritable oasis in a convenient but nicely quiet residential part of Vancouver. Wish I had found it years ago! Everything a traveller needs in Vancouver, comfortable accommodations and welcoming hosts.
Graham and Lee Laxton were the most gracious hosts, welcoming us to their warm and lovely home. We thoroughly enjoyed their most unexpected happy hour and Graham's wonderful stories. The breakfast was above and beyond our expectations, with a lovely assortment of fresh fruits, juices,...More
This is a return visit for me and it was like coming home. Graham and Lee are warm and hospitable hosts and when Maddie dog comes over for a pat (and hopefully a cracker) then all is well. I arrived from Vancouver Island and the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent two-day stay with Graham and Lee who extended a warm welcome to their charming home, served delicious breakfasts and provided valuable sightseeing information. An added treat was getting to know our fellow guests around the breakfast table each morning!
We stayed for 2 nights last week and found it excellent. It is in a lovely location on a quiet tree lined street but close enough to walk to great restaurants.
Graham and Lee plus Maddie the dog are charming hosts. Breakfasts were brilliant, our...More
The neighbourhood closest to the airport, a generous mix of locals and tourists populate the area. The blend has made it a go-to spot to find an eclectic collection of entertainment, from theatres and cinemas, to antique stores and last-minute kitsch souvenir shops. It gives off a transient vibe, and is one of the more higgledy-piggledy areas in terms of what you'll find, making it a fun area to explore and
map out, all while taking in the hectic atmosphere of people coming and going, while others look for the best ways to spend their last few hours in the city.