Huntingdon Manor is an English country-style hotel that is right next door to its sister property - The Pendray Inn and Tea House. Together these properties provide guests with the accommodations, amenities and old world charm they want to enjoy their stay in the heart of downtown Victoria.
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The independent, family-owned hotel sits on a prominent corner in Victoria overlooking the inner harbour. It is directly across the street from the Clipper and Coho ferry terminals, with Fisherman's wharf a few steps in one direction and the BC Parliament Buildings just a few steps in the other. Other popular attractions that are all very close or within an easy walking distance include The Robert Bateman Centre, the Royal BC Museum and IMAX theatre, Thunderbird Park, Beacon Hill Park, Miniature World, The Bug Zoo, the David Foster Harbourfront Walkway, the Inner Harbour and causeway and the Government Street shopping district.
With so much to see and do in downtown Victoria you may wonder if you need to go anywhere else! You'll need to book a guide or a tour if you want to visit our world-renowned Butchart Gardens because it is not walking distance and we highly recommend a tour to the western edges of the island. Compare our most popular tours here.
Guests of the Huntingdon Manor give this hotel an overall rating of good. Everyone loves the stellar location, they felt the rooms were spacious and comfortable. This is an historic property and it is showing its age with some guests commenting about the tired look and need for exterior painting. Parking is a concern for many. There is a lack of overheight vehicle parking, insufficient parking in general and tight spots. Guests love the breakfast and found the staff to be generally helpful and polite.
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