Windborne B&B in Robson won a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence for the third year in a row.

Windborne B&B wins certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor

Windborne B&B in Robson has received a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor for the third year in a row.

For the third year in a row Windborne B&B in Robson has garnered a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor. The travel website awards the certificates to businesses that consistently receive great reviews from users.

Marc Conacher, who owns the B&B with his wife Mirja Vahala, says, “Without the people who rated us, we wouldn’t be receinving this award, so … we would like to thank all of our guests, both past and present that have been here, and shared our home with us.”

The bed and breakfast also earned a Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice Award in 2013, landing on a list of the 25 best b&b and inns in Canada.

 

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