Health & Safety Precautions for our Guests and Staff:

We are OPEN. We look forward to your stay with us! 



In order to keep our guests and staff safe we ask that all guests adhere to these precautionary house rules during your stay:


1. Please wear a face mask in the common areas.


2. Please maintain 2 m / 6 feet of social distancing between you and other guests and staff.


3. Please use the hand sanitizer placed throughout the house.


4. Please wash your hands frequently.


5. Please allow only one family in the stairwell at a time.


6. Please understand that we may have to restrict access to some common areas, including the dining and lounging area, at times of high occupancy.


7. **To keep our guests and our housekeeping staff safe, there is NO Housekeeping in your room during your stay.**


Please understand that we do NOT tidy your room while you are staying with us. We thoroughly clean and disinfect our rooms after our guests have vacated before the next guest arrives. Our COVID room cleaning protocols are of highest standards.


8. Please note that tea and port will be available as refreshments during your stay, however our snack bar will be closed.




Please feel free to email us by using our contact form on our website's contact page to ask us any questions as to the availability or other matters. 


We look forward to hearing from you!


British Columbia's and Canada's Current Travel Restrictions due to COVID-19:


  • As of August 2021, BC is in Step 3 of its Restart Plan. For British Columbians, it’s time to explore BC now! Safe and responsible travel within the province is now encouraged.
  • If you are visiting from Canada, B.C. is welcoming visitors from Canadian provinces and territories. Respect communities, make a plan before you leave and arrive at your destination prepared.
  • If you are visiting from a country other than Canada or U.S.A.:

    Travel restrictions are in place across all ports of entry. The Canadian border is closed to most international travellers. You are allowed to enter Canada if you are a:

    • Canadian citizen
    • Permanent resident of Canada
    • Temporary resident of Canada
    • Protected person (refugee status)
    • Person registered under the Indian Act
    • Foreign national with a non-discretionary (non-optional) reason to travel to Canada

    Find out if you can travel to Canada

    If you are travelling from U.S.A.:

  •  All non-essential travel at the Canada-U.S. border is restricted.

  • Starting August 9, fully vaccinated citizens and permanent residents of the United States can enter Canada for non-essential travel. Entry to Canada will continue to be prohibited for travellers who are not fully vaccinated.

  • If you travel to B.C. from another province or territory, you do not need to self-quarantine when entering B.C. You must follow the same province-wide restrictions as everyone in B.C.

  • Recreational travel within B.C. is allowed. This includes travel for:

    • Vacations, weekend getaways and tourism activities
    • Visiting family or friends for social reasons
    • Recreation activities
  • Some Indigenous communities in B.C. are not welcoming visitors at this time. Indigenous Tourism BC has a list of Indigenous experiences in the province that are currently open and welcoming visitors.

  • Further details on the current orders can be found at:





You will find some useful links about the Coronavirus/COVID-19 recommendations and updates from various local, national, and international authorities below.

 Please check these websites for the most up to date relevant information:


Current Provincial Health Orders and recommendations can be found on the Government of BC’s website: restrictions


BC Government - Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery

Destination BC

Tourism Victoria

World Health Organization 

Canada Public Health 

Vancouver Island Health Authority 

BC Centre for Disease Control 

US Centre for Disease Control 

BC Ferries


Victoria Airport

Seattle Clipper


Where can we find food while we stay at Abbeymoore during COVID-19?

We are located within walking distance to Thrifty Foods grocery store where you can acquire your food staples

Some of our Garden Suites have kitchenettes for the convenience of your in-room dining at your home away from home.

Many restaurants are open for limited service, take-out and delivery. Please call the restaurant of interest for more information. Here is a link to restaurants that may be open in Victoria:


What about activities while we stay at Abbeymoore?

  • We have a library of books and board games available for our guests to use.
  • We are near the Government House where you can stroll the gardens, enjoy the ducks, practice your photography, meditate, do your yoga, and enjoy the views.
  • You can take a walk through the Rockland historic neighborhood and marvel at the architecture and witness the most beautiful time of year in Victoria as the flowers begin to blossom and delight our senses.
  • You can go to nearby beaches to enjoy a walk or take in the fresh ocean air.
  • Nearby Craigdarroch Castle has now reopened o visitors at this time. Please visit their website for updated information:
  • Victoria’s Famous Butchart Gardens is open under limited conditions. Please visit their website for up to date information: