Hatley Park National Historic Site
Victoria, BC V9B 5Y2
Phone: (250) 391-2511
Toll Free: (866) 241-0674
Fax: (250) 391-2620
Explore Hatley Park National Historic site, home to Royal Roads University, and experience the history of this Edwardian estate that has become an important part of Vancouver Island's history. While Hatley Castle is the centrepiece of the estate, there’s much more to the park: gorgeous Japanese, Italian, and Rose formal gardens that follow Edwardian design; 15km of walking and hiking trails through old growth forest; a protected migratory bird sanctuary; an historic First Nations’ site; and a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains across the Juan de Fuca Strait. You’ll find everything that makes the West Coast unforgettable only 20 minutes from downtown Victoria.
Hatley Park National Historic Site Meeting Facility
- # of Rooms: 12
- Total Sqft.: 12,000
- Banquet Capacity: 100
- Reception Capacity: 200
- Description: Hatley Castle at Royal Roads University is a hidden gem on an island paradise. The Edwardian castle was built by renowned architect Samuel Maclure in 1908, whose design would become the Dunsmuir’s dream estate. Our 565 acre historic estate, located 25 minutes outside downtown Victoria, offers breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains across the Juan de Fuca Strait. Come experience the unforgettable.