We serve tea on arrival and welcome you to enjoy some of Sally’s home baking at breakfast in the formal dining room. Breakfast times are flexible. If you have to leave very early to accommodate your travel plans we will be happy to pack you a little something for
Dining in Sooke:
Your dining experiences in Sooke are varied.
Enjoy the casual atmosphere of our “local” at the historic 17 Mile House Pub. They say it is haunted!
Markus’ Wharfside will treat you to elegant fare in a Mediterranean style. It is just beyond the village of Sooke at the Government Wharf.
Point No Point Restaurant and Tea Room is perched on the bluff overlooking the strait of Juan de Fuca about a 30 minute drive west of us. Ideal for a fancy tea or early dinner after visiting the west coast beaches and trails.
Mom’s Café is our original 1950′s truck stop diner. Prepare to be hungry here as the fare is hearty and the pies are locally renowned.
Sooke Harbour House restaurant: Our world renowned dining room features very creative preparations and presentations in a spectacular waterfront setting.
Stickleback: a treat on the waterfront at Cooper’s Cove. Casual but not a diner, well prepared and presented, Stickleback is performing to acclaim. In the summer enjoy their outdoor patio on the cove.
Sushi on the Sea is something different. Great sushi and the like served upon the 80′ vessel “Mighty Rolano”, moored in Sooke Harbour.
Stone Pipe Grill Casual family restaurant in the heart of Sooke village, serving lunch and dinner.
The EdGe is in the village of Sooke owned by a renowned former chef at the Sooke Harbour House It is a small casual venue with well acclaimed food.