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Vancouver House Bed & Breakfast, Albany

Vancouver Guest House is a Victorian Bank Building Circa 1881 situated in the centre of the restaurant and shopping district. It is internally restored to reflect its heritage, but with modern comforts, including remote control colour television, bathrobes and footspas in every room. Complimentary secure off-street parking is provided for each room.

Where the lost art of breakfast is rediscovered every day and where comfort and service are unsurpassed. Enjoy a cup of tea in bed before a breakfast to die for and a glass of port before bed at night.

Accommodation Options

Travellers Room

Two single beds with shared bathroom

Heritage Room

Queen size bed with shared bathroom facilities

Rose Room

Queen size bed and single bed with private bathroom containing bath and separate shower.

Nostalgia Room

Ensuite Room with queensize and single bed

Monet Room

Ensuite Room with queensize bed and settee



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