Two Eagles Lodge wins another award

Two Eagles Lodge in Union Bay has received the 2014 Award of Excellence from Booking.com, based on positive guest reviews.

Two Eagles Lodge, a B’nB/vacation rental and event venue (weddings, concerts, retreats) in south Union Bay, has received the 2014 Award of Excellence from Booking.com, based on positive guest reviews.

The award is comparable to the 2014 Certificate of Excellence, which has been awarded to Two Eagles by TripAdvisor every year since 2011.

Built for purpose in 2007, Two Eagles is situated on a 12-acre waterfront hobby farm, complete with chickens and horses. The business is owned by Steve and Carolyn Touhey, who moved to the island in 2006 from the U.S. by participating in the Provincial Nominee Program for entrepreneurs who wish to immigrate to Canada. They received their Canadian citizenship in 2013.

Over the past nine years, the couple has been involved in the community by donating to fundraisers, volunteering time to serve on committees and boards, and by hosting a variety of events for non-profits at their property.

Carolyn is on the executive for the Comox Valley B&B Association and the Comox Valley Small Business Association, and is a member of the Comox Valley Destination Marketing Committee.

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