Thank you so much for our visit. I place
Copper Beech House at the top of our near perfect vacation. I
saw angels everywhere. You made every minute comfortable, charming & exciting. The food, the guests, the books & art!
The feeling of being in the right place. We'll miss you. Take
~Allan & Donna
Hello Copper Beech House,
A year ago yesterday I spent an evening and night at Copper Beech
House and the memories are still so fresh. Susan was a wonderful
hostess and Copper Beech House was beyond my wildest dreams!
We joked about that as she signed some books
for me. While the dinner was in progress, I relaxed on the deck
and enjoyed the jazz guitar stylings of a local resident whose
name I never did get. All in all, it was a marvellous experience
and I spent an hour yesterday reviewing photos and videos of
the event revelling in the memory of it all.
I'll be back and, in the meantime, I have the memories, the photos
and, if I concentrate a little, even the delicious fragrance
of Delkatla Slough or harbour. Perhaps I was a sea dog in a previous
life and, if there's another, I hope to sail out of Haida Gwaii.
As Bob Hope sang, "Thanks for the memories". It was
wonderful and I hope I live long enough to do it again!
Long live Copper Beech Guest House!
As much privacy, or as much company, as you like. One thing
we can guarantee about a stay at Copper Beach Guest House as
described by Margaret Atwood on Twitter as unique,
luverly is that it
is an experience. (Continue)
week in Masset, and our guests dress for breakfast. .Guess
which one is the judge?
We have a number of “regulars” who
stay at Copper Beech House and become part of our family. Julia
challenged guests during court week in May 2014, to come to breakfast
wearing “something from their room.” The fish head
(a hundred year-old-ling cod, which David Phillips wore as headgear
to the Canadian Embassy Washingston, D.C. when Bill
The Spirit of Haida Gwaii, The Black Canoe was
unveiled) is not in a guestroom, but hangs discreetly on
a living room wall wearing a jaunty Panama hat left behind by Douglas
his last visit. A Facebook friend wrote saying, “I
am too boring to stay with you.” Not true. No one is boring. “Perception,” as
Joelle Rabu from Haida House
in Tllaal says, “is
99% of the flaw.”
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