All Seasons Roost

Bed and Breakfast

                         All Seasons Roost Bed and Breakfast,  Your hosts, Jim and Lorraine Peloquin

                            551 Timberlane Road, Courtenay, Vancouver Island, B.C., Canada, V9N 9K8

                               Telephone - Local, (250) 338- 4156  |  Email:

We will be pleased to assist you with your sightseeing, places to eat lunch or dinner and activities. We have lived in the area for  12 years and have a good knowledge of it.

These sites are very useful for researching the Comox Valley.

Strathcona Provincial Park

A large park of 500 acres with towering mountain peaks, hundreds of miles of hiking trails and dozens of beautiful lakes.

In the summer the trail are ablaze with alpine flowers. The park contains Mt. Washing ton Alpine Resort for wonderful skiing in the winter season.

Comox Valley Golf Courses

The area features 9 courses for all levels of golfers. The featured championship course is Crown Isle with a large clubhouse and full facilities. Most courses open all year.

Comox Valley parks and beaches

The Comox Valley’s parks and numerous beaches are ideal for swimming, fishing, boating, hiking and camping. Watch spawning salmon head upstream to the Puntledge Hatchery, amuse your children on some slides and swings or attend an interpretive program at Miracle Beach .

Fishing in the Comox Valley

The Comox Valley also offers some of Vancouver Island's best fly fishing for trout and steelhead in many well stocked lakes and streams. Many large Salmon are caught on the coast up to Campbell River.

Comox Municipal Marina

The Comox Marina is just a short drive along the Estuary on Comox Avenue. At Dockside one can purchase fresh fish, crabs and prawns right from the Fishing Vessels. The nearby park offers a fabulous view of the Comox Glacier. There are numerous pubs, restaurants and  shops in this interesting


Comox Valley Naturalists Society

Must Do in The Comox Valley

Bird Watching in the Comox Valley
The mild winter weather, the availability of protected waters and nearby farmlands which provide habitat and an abundant food supply all contribute to the year round abundance of bird watching opportunities in the Comox Valley.

Once an endangered species, the Trumpeter Swans now flourish in the Comox Valley.

Comox Marina