Located in Campbell River, British Columbia, the Haig–Brown House is a historic place. It was built in the year 1923 and was the residence of the writer Roderick Haig-Brown. It is situated on the Campbell riverbank. The house is surrounded by peaceful gardens which you’re sure to enjoy. During summer months, the Haig-brown House offers a one-of-a-kind bed and breakfast accommodation. The garden is also an excellent wedding venue and is perfect for holding receptions and parties.
How to Reach Haig-brown House
- Bus to stop Eastbound Island at Enns