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COVID 19 Statement: Updated July 1st, 2020

We are pleased to announce we are now open, and are accepting reservations for overnight accommodation.
The health and safety of our staff and guests is our top priority, additional cleaning as well as social distancing measures have been implemented. Please visit our Policies webpage for more information.
You can also contact us at 250-656-4015 or email info@thelatchinn.com  
It's time to Return to Elegance at The Latch Inn. 
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THE LATCH INN

A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
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THE LATCH INN

A RETURN TO ELEGANCE
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Welcome to Sidney, BC 

The Latch Inn, on Harbour Road in Sidney, is steeped in history and a glamourous past. In 1925, the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, Walter C. Nichol, commissioned famous architect Samuel Maclure to build him a summer home on a piece of forested property on the Saanich peninsula. The residence, completed in 1926 and coined 'Miraloma, was a brilliant confluence of the environment and artistic design. 
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Welcome to Sidney, BC 

The Latch Inn, on Harbour Road in Sidney, is steeped in history and has a glamourous past. In 1925, the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, Walter C. Nichol, commissioned famous architect Samuel Maclure to build him a summer home on a piece of forested property on the Saanich peninsula. The residence, completed in 1926 and coined 'Miraloma, was a brilliant confluence of the environment and artistic design. 

A Beautifully Charming Sea-Side Village 

The picturesque town of Sidney by the Sea is situated within the traditional territory of the WSANEC people on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. The community is located along the shores of the Salish Sea on the Saanich Peninsula amidst the Gulf Islands with Mount Baker standing in the distance. 

A Story Behind Every Door

Even today, The Latch oozes an old-world elegance and charm. Once the playground for the upper crust, it hosted sumptuous garden parties and welcomed visits from dignitaries and royalty. Edward, the Prince of Wales, and his brother George enjoyed the classy and comfortable accommodation in a state tour of British Columbia in 1927. In the 1940s, it became known as The Latch', reflecting the fact that every door in the house is opened with a latch and iron key.

Charming & Unique Rooms

Rich in history, every room at The Latch is unique and full of character, each with it's own distinct narrative. Rooms have been upgraded throughout to provide the modern comforts expected from a top class hotel. Come experience the old world seaside charm of The Latch Inn in Sidney.
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Explore British Columbia

Discover the unique history of this city set on the water. With so many things to see, let us help you plan your trip from whale watching to fine dining.
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Old World Charm

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A Return to Elegance
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New World Luxury

Breath Taking Scenic Views

5 Luxurious Guest Rooms

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Every room is unique, and restored to period. Enjoy the same luxury and charm as many historic dignitaries.
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Overnight Accommodation 
Includes Full Breakfast
 

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Full Breakfast


Margaret G.

I'd give it 10 stars if I could! The hospitality was awesome, the food delicious, the room amazing, and the building interior was beautifully maintained and decorated. I would definitely recommend The Latch Inn for a peaceful stay in wonderful surroundings. 



Dahn G.

My husband and I celebrated an anniversary here many years ago along with a fabulous dinner and amazing breakfast. We would highly recommend it to anyone going to visit Butcharts as an ideal addition to the historic gardens