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My husband and I spent 3 nights at the Corkscrew Inn. We loved the house and our room "British Indies" was very nice. We especially liked the small balcony off our room. Karen is a great innkeeper but we wished that we had arrived when...More
You couldn't find a better place to stay.
It is beautifully decorated in period style, beds very comfortable, lovely garden and veranda with comfortable seating to rest on. Lovely lounge. Everything considered to enhance your stay, tea/coffee, yogurts, fruit always available. Computer, phone, videos in...More
There are enough glowing reports on this site about the Corkscrew Inn but always room for another. This has to be one of the nicest and most interesting B & B places we have ever stayed in: beautifully restored house in a good area, a...More
Kitsilano kitsilano It's my type of town. They say that location is everything and The Corkscrew Inn has it spot on, just two blocks from the coast and two blocks from 4th Avenue the main restaurant and shopping district in Kitsilano. Downtown is a thirty...More
The Corkscrew Inn has had justifiably good reviews over the years. We stayed here in June for 2 nights and were very pleased with our choice. A well decorated and interesting building with charming and helpful hosts. We were in the Art Deco room, and...More
Kitsilano is one of Vancouver's most transformative neighbourhoods. With a long history of coffee culture and poetry readings, its days of flower children and buskers may be long-gone, but not without leaving their mark on the number of organic restaurants and fair-trade cafes in the area. At the centre of Kitsilano ("Kits" for short) the almost idyllic expanse of Kits Beach offers the opportunity for a
relaxed afternoon of beach volleyball or sunbathing. Along with the beachfront, nearby public pools and trendy street-beats have driven up the homeowners prices, making it a haven for stylish home goods stores, from design and furniture, to supplies and appliances. The multitude of both families and public spaces also make it a happening neighbourhood in the summer, when festivals and fairs take to Kits' streets.