Posted by: cherylyoung | November 17, 2012

Taste the first day of summer at Inn at Laurel Point!

With just four weeks until Taste: Victoria’s Festival of Food and Wine, there’s no better way to bide your time until the event (and celebrate these first days of summer) than by Sip-ping a little BC bubbly and enjoying some fabulous creations by the culinary team at AURA, Inn at Laurel Point’s restaurant.

Head down to Inn at Laurel Point on Tuesday, June 21 from 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. for a special sneak peek (and nibble) of Sips and Seafood:

a Taste event that’ll celebrate BC’s wine and seafood.

What: Special media and participant preview of Taste featuring highlights from Sips and Seafood (one of Taste’s indulgent events and the Inn at Laurel Point’s premiere event of the year)

When: Tuesday, June 21, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Where: Inn at Laurel Point (680 Montreal Street, Victoria)

To RSVP: Contact Kathy McAree at info@VictoriaTaste.com

For more information on the Taste weekend: visit http://www.VictoriaTaste.com

The Inn at Laurel Point 680 Montreal St., Victoria

Stay at our Victoria BC hotel, and you’ll stay different than anywhere else.

First, there’s our water. We have plenty of it. Victoria, BC’s mesmerizing Harbour surrounds the Inn at Laurel Point hotel on three sides, soothing you at every turn. From our Victoria  hotel’s balconies and windows to patios and gardens, oceanviews follow you from check-in to guestroom.

We’re different by nature, too, at this Victoria, BC hotel. Our hotel’s Japanese Gardens feature a waterfall and sprawling oasis, and our chef tends his own herb garden. Seabirds and herons take up residence and Harbour Seals are spotted from hotel room patios.

You’ll even rest different – comforted by uncluttered interiors in your quiet oceanside retreat. The only music is the harbour’s symphony: the honking of distant geese and sailboat rigs clinking in the breeze.

Yet downtown Victoria remains a mere seaside stroll away… for a refreshingly different commute. As for our attitude? It’s different again. We’d rather joke than be overly formal. Simplify rather than over-do. And calm rather than stimulate.

Artist Sharon A Stone   http://www.sharonstone.com

No wonder that in 2007, Conde Nast Traveler rated the Inn at Laurel Point in Victoria BC amongst the top 25 Hotels in Canada.

So come. Stay where being different in so many ways is our very best feature of all.

TASTE:  VICTORIA’S FESTIVAL OF FOOD JULY 21-24 2011

Cheryl Young and Gerry Martin, Realtors Saanich Peninsula Realty Sidney B.C http://www.cherylyoung.ca

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