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Welcome To Haddon House

This elegant residence, built and 1922 and placed on the City’s heritage register in 2006, was extensively renovated to include all modern amenities while still retaining all the charm and ambience of yesteryear. Its location is very central – ideally situated in the cosmopolitan and world-renowned Metro Vancouver area, yet only steps away from Deer Lake Park, a beautiful forested lake and urban oasis.

“We just returned from a wonderful week at Haddon House in beautiful Burnaby, just a few miles from downtown Vancouver. The house is absolutely beautiful. The yard is breathtaking. The furnishings are perfect in every room. The kitchen is very well equipped, and has everything you’d need to make a gourmet meal. The owners were extremely helpful and friendly. We used the Sky Train, which is only a few miles from the house. We had a rental car, as we spent time in Victoria and Whistler, but I don’t think a car is absolutely necessary if you’ll be staying strictly in the Vancouver area. We were celebrating my parents’ fifty year anniversary and we will always remember this trip and this beautiful home. Thank you for your hospitality!”

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Things To Do In Vancouver

These Attractions Are Less Than a Half Hour Away
  • Science World

    Celebrate science and technology at Science World located at the end of False Creek. Their interactive exhibits and live demonstrations run the gamut of scientific achievements, exploration, and education. Displays include a science-inspired art gallery, the BodyWorks Gallery promoting positive perspectives on the human body, and even a chicken coop where you can learn to raise your own chickens.

  • Bloedel Conservatory

    Get closer to nature at Vancouver’s highest point—the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park. With more than 200 exotic birds and 500 plants and blooming flowers, the conservatory gives visitors a chance to explore unique ecosystems all year round in their three different climate controlled zones—tropical rainforest, subtropical rainforest, and desert.

  • Stanley Park

    This spectacular park has just been named as one of the best city parks in the world by Conde Nast Traveler (Oct 2017). As Vancouver’s largest urban park, Stanley Park offers visitors a lush, green retreat in the middle of a bustling city. The park is filled with scenic trails for hiking and biking, wildlife, beaches, and the famous Seawall. Stop by Canada’s largest aquarium or check out the replica of Canadian Pacific Railway Engine #374 from the late 1880s.

  • SkyRide (Grouse Mountain)

    View Vancouver from up high and take a trip on the Skyride. Experience the beauty of the Pacific Ocean, Gulf Islands, and glorious mountains in the area, and don’t forget to head to The Observatory for a delicious meal.