Booking agency honours Courtenay B’nB

Willow Guest House has been awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence for 2013 by TripAdvisor.

Willow Guest House, a bed and breakfast located on Spindrift Road in Courtenay, has been awarded the prestigious Certificate of Excellence for 2013 by TripAdvisor, the popular web-based booking agency for accommodations worldwide.

In winning the award, Willow Guest House becomes the newest member of a  handful of local accommodations that have consistently been highly rated by their guests on such things as service, value, cleanliness, location and sleep quality.

Willow Guest House opened in 2009 after a five-year renovation by owners Warren and Dee McDonald. It offers a relaxing ‘home away from home’ atmosphere to the traveller who is seeking an exceptional and memorable experience.

Come stay a while — and experience your best Comox Valley experience.

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