Sooke bed and breakfast becomes favourite among travellers

4 Beaches Bed and Breakfast ranked number one on Trip Advisor for Sooke B&Bs

A Sooke bed and breakfast has become a favourite among visitors to the area.

4 Beaches Bed and Breakfast, owned and operated by Pat and Alison Hogan, is now the No. 1 ranked B&B on Trip Advisor, with 135 reviews and a five-star rating from customers.

They were also recognized by HotelsCombined, an Australian-based hotel search company, with a 9.9 out of 10 rating and 258 guest reviews.

The couple moved to Vancouver Island in 2003 looking to start a new chapter in their life. They have backgrounds in hospitality and cooking, so they decided to open up their own business.

“Whether you are visiting Sooke to experience many of the hiking trails, celebrate the arts or to simply relax, unwind and enjoy nature in it’s finest, 4 Beaches B&B is the perfect place to start and end your day,” the couple stats on their website.

To learn more about 4 Beaches Bed and Breakfast, visit their website at 4beachesbandb.ca.

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