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Wonderful, roomy accommodations with all the comforts of home on a quiet, tree-lined street. Close (walking distance) to everything fabulous about Vancouver--Beaches, Parks, Granville Island, 4th Street, downtown (via water taxi from the Maritme Museum) and Seigel's Bagels and Vera's Burgers are just down the...More
A very well equipped and comfortable self-contained apartment in a quiet street very near to the lively shops and restaurants of Kitsilano. Chris, the owner, provided a very generous quantity of delicious pastries and fruit which provided breakfast for most of our week's stay. He...More
This is a lovely suite in a very interesting part of Vancouver. If you would like to feel you part of life in this exciting city this is the place to stay. It was more than comfortable for our family of 5 with 2 double...More
My only hesitation in writing this review is once word spreads further this special little Kits Cottage may get so booked up I will not be able to make a return visit.
Christopher is a most gracious host - providing a wonderful 2 bedroom unit...More
Kitsilano is one of Vancouver's most transformative neighbourhoods. With a long history of coffee culture and poetry readings, its days of flower children and buskers may be long-gone, but not without leaving their mark on the number of organic restaurants and fair-trade cafes in the area. At the centre of Kitsilano ("Kits" for short) the almost idyllic expanse of Kits Beach offers the opportunity for a
relaxed afternoon of beach volleyball or sunbathing. Along with the beachfront, nearby public pools and trendy street-beats have driven up the homeowners prices, making it a haven for stylish home goods stores, from design and furniture, to supplies and appliances. The multitude of both families and public spaces also make it a happening neighbourhood in the summer, when festivals and fairs take to Kits' streets.