Sidney Street Market

July 10, 2013 The Cedarwood

  Not sure what to do on Thursday evenings this summer? Come and check out the Sidney Summer Market.  Every Thursday from May 30 – August 29, 2013 5:30 – 8:30 pm on Beacon Avenue Downtown Sidney!

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Monthly Rates Through Summer months

April 20, 2013 The Cedarwood

Summer monthly rates available Moving to Sidney and have no where to stay while waiting or looking for a house, Being relocated for work or just looking for a place on the beach to spend a month this summer?  COME CHECK OUT THE CEDARWOOD!!!   If you have an interest in monthly rate through the summer months […]

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Cheap Room Rates!!!

March 16, 2013 The Cedarwood

Manager’s Special The Cedarwood Inn & Suites is having a Blow out Managers Special Rate for the rest of March and month of  April. Book  a Saltspring one bedroom suite for just  $99.00 plus tax and if you book for 3 or more nights get an additional ten dollars off per night.  In addition we still have our […]

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New Butchart Gardens exhibit: Victoria winter gardens turn into spring

February 28, 2013 About Sidney

Victoria’s winter gardens are gone at Butchart Gardens as it hosts its Spring Prelude. This is the time of year to see the background shrubs and trees of summer standing out more prominently in the various gardens. You’ll be surprised what grows in a temperate winter climate on the wet West Coast, so hurry – winter […]

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Sidney winter events: Lego exhibition

January 24, 2013 About Sidney

The Sidney Museum’s Lego exhibit returns for its annual show on Beacon Avenue. As usual, hundreds of sets will be on display, including an area where kids of all ages can build their own creations – plus other fun activities. This is a one-of-a-kind event that is a true Island tradition –  visitors come from […]

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Birding and other Sidney activities

December 4, 2012 The Cedarwood

If you’re looking for winter activities in Sidney (maybe something to do after visiting our Mt. Washington condo?) you might want to check out birding. Here is some information about winter birds near here, plus Victoria birding resources. Blue herons Herons are a frequent site along the shoreline of Bazan Bay, directly in front (east) […]

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More Sidney BC Christmas shopping ideas for 2012

November 25, 2012 Shopping in Sidney

If you love the feel of a true small town shopping experience, join us in Sidney on November 30th from 5 – 8pm for the 2nd annual Christmas Open House, hosted by the Sidney Merchants Co-Op. There are over 40 stores participating this year, offering extended hours and incentives such as sweet treats, snacks & […]

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Enjoy Sidney and Victoria golf courses all winter

November 22, 2012 The Cedarwood

We’ve talked a lot about different things to do in Sidney all winter, from biking to hiking to enjoying gardens, and we’ve even managed to cover great things to eat! However, there’s one important activity we seem to have left out: golfing. The Saanich Peninsula (Sidney is located on its northernmost tip) is truly a […]

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Vancouver Island – home of our Sidney BC hotel – is the top island in Canada

November 19, 2012 About Sidney

The annual Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards has voted Vancouver Island the top island in Canada and No. 6 in the world. Vancouver Island has remained among the top islands since 2000. Nestled along Canada’s West Coast, the Vancouver Island region is a paradise of tranquil islands, pristine coastlines, and emerald forests, where the […]

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Christmas shopping near our Sidney BC hotel

November 9, 2012 Shopping in Sidney

Christmas is just around the corner, and Sidney is a wonderful place to buy presents for friends and family. Besides Beacon Avenue, with its bookshops, specialty stores, and places to buy everything from fine art to chocolate, there are a number of Sidney BC craft fairs that offer a way to support the community while […]

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