The Rooms

Both rooms have been completely re-done to enhance the quality of your stay.  Re-cycled wooden floors and new wainscoting are in keeping with the age of the house, as are the soft, subtle tones of Farrow and Ball paints on the walls and the old painted furniture pieces.  Brand new beds and luxurious all cotton linens provide a perfect prelude to the best possible retreat of all - uninterrupted, rejuvenating, quality sleep.  In winter our guests curl up in all cotton flannel bedding and fluffy quilts. Both rooms have small 'borrow and exchange' bookshelves as well as a reference shelf of local maps and histories, bird and vegetation books.  Menus from island restaurants, information on local farms and other sights, as well as bike and kayak rentals are also present.  Small vases of our own garden flowers add to the friendliness of the rooms.

The Blue Room $135

The Blue Room is large and airy with a queen-size brass bed and en-suite with shower. The watery colour of the room is reflected in original seascapes and a subtle boating theme. French doors along the entire sea side of the room open out onto the terrace where guests can enjoy their breakfast on sunny summer mornings, read in afternoon shade or sit and gaze up at the star-scattered heavens at night. In winter the cozy room invites guests to put their feet up,  read and relax in comfortable chairs around the warmth and crackle of an upright Godan wood stove. Bring a puzzle or your knitting and enjoy the quiet of a deliciously long afternoon with no commitments or interruptions in the comfort of a soothing, restful space. The Blue Room has an ensuite bathroom with shower, and a comfortable sofa/bed can accommodate an additional friend or family member.


The Yellow Room $150

This warm, sunny room is actually two rooms, a bedroom with a queen-size bed and a sitting room with breakfast table and lounge.  The large comfortable bed with natural fiber bedding is the focus of the bedroom where the view to the water is enjoyed from your pillows. Original watercolour landscapes and old period painted pieces furnish the room which has its own exterior door and a door to the adjoining sitting room. The story of the house is told through photographs on the walls of the sitting room - its origin on Fairview Slopes in Vancouver and its journey by barge to Mayne Island. The sitting room french doors open onto the terrace and the surrounding garden. The comfortable sofa/bed can accommodate an additional friend or family member in the privacy of the separate room. This room has its own large bathroom complete with tub and shower.

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Fairview Farm Bed and Breakfast
601 Bell Bay Rd, Mayne Island, B.C. Canada V0N 2J1
info@fairviewonmayne.com 866-539-5582 Toll Free or (250)539-5582