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- Royal Jubilee Hospital
- Butchart Gardens
- Victoria Bug Zoo
- University of Victoria
- Government Street
- Abkhazi Garden
- Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre
- British Columbia Parliament Building
- Bear Mountain Golf and Country Club
- Victoria Conference Centre
- Bear Mountain Golf Club
- Royal BC Museum
- Royal Roads University
- Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary
- Cordova Bay Golf Course
- Camosun College - Interurban Campus
- The McPherson Playhouse
- Hatley Castle
- Victoria Royal Theatre
- Uptown Center
What you should know about Fairfield
Hotels in Fairfield
Accommodation in Fairfield comes in the shape of elegant Edwardian converted heritage mansions. The Beaconsfield Inn is an award-winning 4 -star Fairfield Bed and Breakfast dating back to 1905 that receives rave reviews for its charmingly furnished suites, all of which come with en-suites, fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs, and free Wi-Fi. Set in stunning gardens and just a 6-minute walk from Beacon Hill Park, this Fairfield accommodation is an ideal place to stay. Trutch Manor is another popular choice for its stylish suites that come with en-suite bathrooms, sitting areas and fully-equipped kitchens. Not far from downtown Victoria, this 3-star Fairfield hotel is a traditional all-suite B&B that won’t break the bank.
Things to do in Fairfield
Fairfield is an excellent spot for gentle outdoor exploration and adventure. Head to Dallas Road for a delightful waterfront sightseeing tour starting from James Bay, connecting at Beacon Hill Park, and ending by Ross Bay Cemetery. It’s a popular pathway in the summer for walkers, joggers, and cyclists, and perfect for watching crashing waves in the winter. Check out Ross Bay Cemetery, a Victorian burial ground where numerous famous Canadian historical figures reside. It’s not as macabre as it sounds. The cemetery’s a key landmark and runs weekly tours detailing the local history and regaling tales of the prominent residents — it’s worth visiting for the ocean views alone. Spend a few hours in Beacon Hill Park’s beautifully landscaped gardens, and enjoy a romantic ride on a horse-drawn carriage, strolling around its lakes and ponds and visiting the petting zoo. Finally, indulge in some rest and relaxation at Cook Street Village, a retail mecca packed with boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
Good for couples
A hotspot for Victoria’s historic heritage homes and cultural history, flanked by bustling districts, and just a short journey from lively downtown, Fairfield is the ideal vacation destination for couples seeking a relaxing getaway. Fairfield has a unique atmosphere; it’s quaint and laid-back but has an array of traveler-friendly attractions including waterfront parks, quirky summer markets, and some popular beaches. A charming, picturesque neighborhood that offers its own fun and attractions but is still within easy reach of Victoria’s main landmarks, Fairfield is a great spot for easy-going adventures in a beautiful district that’s just moments from the buzzing vibe of downtown.
How to get to Fairfield
Victoria Airport, which serves both international and domestic flights, lies just 17 miles from Fairfield. Transportation options to your Fairfield hotel are vast and varied and include buses, taxis, and car rentals. A car journey takes 27 minutes, and public transportation takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Buses to Fairfield depart from Southbound East Saanich at McTavish, an 18-minute walk from the airport. Hop on line 72 heading to Southbound Douglas at Bay, and from there jump onto line 22, traveling to Eastbound Fort at Linden, once you’ve arrived, there’s a further 8-minute walk to Fairfield.
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