With fall now here and a general slow-down in island tourism, it is time to reflect on another great season here at Two Eagles Lodge B&B. We met wonderful people from all over the world again this year and enjoyed making great memories with most–from fireside chats and Maryland-style crab feasts to tie-dying and “howling at the moon.” Kids of all ages enjoyed the horses and chickensNot your typical B&B, eh?!?!?
Just this weekend, we had the privilege of hosting a beautiful wedding reception for friends.
To those who stayed with us in 2010 (or before)–thank you! To those who are thinking of staying with us–we welcome the chance to meet you and include you among the friends with whom we’ll make great memories in paradise.
Two Eagles Lodge is the proud recipient of the 2010 Vancouver Island Better Business Bureau “Torch Award” (hospitality industry). We were one of five finalists and proudly brought the beautiful crystal award back to Union Bay. Steve and I are so proud. There was even a very nice article about us in today’s Comox Valley Echo. The award is especially meaningful since we are just celebrating our third anniversary in business, and there are so many hospitality businesses on the Island–quite the honor, for sure.
We just learned last week that we are one of five finalists for the Torch Award–an award given to businesses on Vancouver Island in salute of their commitment to ethical business practices and community. There were 138 island businesses nominated for 12 award categories, with 52 finalists. We’ll know next Friday, May 14, if we are the winner in the hospitality category, but the honor of the nomination is a privilege. Thanks to our guests and business friends who may have nominated us!
Welcome to Carolyn’s Blog–an addition to the Two Eagles Website. This blog will highlight some of the fun and exciting activities we get into on this beautiful Vancouver Island. We hope you find our adventures interesting and may want to include them in your own schedule when you come visit this great part of our world! Safe Travels and stop here often for updates on island life with Carolyn & Steve…two real-life eagles who want our B&B to be your home away from home!