Haig-Brown House, on the banks of the Campbell River, preserves the heritage of a leading British Columbia family. The 1923 farmhouse is the former home of Roderick and Ann Haig-Brown, where Roderick wrote his world-renowned books and both led lives of service to their community. Haig-Brown House offers unique bed & breakfast accommodation: three rooms, with views overlooking the tranquil grounds, are available for up to seven guests. The murmur of the Campbell, a Proclaimed BC Heritage River, can be heard from the rooms. The gardens that surround the house were planned and planted by the Haig-Browns, who deeply enjoyed their home throughout the seasons. The house interior and furnishings reflect the character and modest lifestyle of the Haig-Browns, and in keeping with their environmental concerns and philosophies, local and organically grown food is used as much as possible.
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