Pendray Inn and Tea House, The

Nothing feels more like Victoria than the iconic and Biosphere Certified Pendray Inn and Tea House (formerly Gatsby Mansion). Located just a 5 minute walk from the Inner Harbour, this magnificent Victorian era manor now serves as a boutique hotel for those in search of a little old time romance.

The Inn’s sustainability efforts include being 4 Green Key certified by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, certifying their seafood offerings at the Inn and Teahouse to 100% OceanWise Certified, achieving Green Level of the BC Green Business Certification, and being Surfrider Vancouver Island Approved for their efforts in reducing single use plastics.

The Pendray Inn and Tea House is over 100 years old, and elegantly accented with landscaped gardens, wandering pathways and lovely fountains. In addition to the Pendray Inn and Tea House, two other historic buildings, the Middle House and the Judges House, add to the charm of Victoria as it was a century ago. Spend your evenings immersed in history as you tuck in for the night at a noted Victoria family’s estate.

The Pendray Inn and Tea House offers a B&B experience catering to couples, families, wedding parties and corporate functions. Each of the nine rooms at the Pendray Inn and Tea House has a distinct personality and charm. The interior of the Mansion boasts beautiful woodwork, stained glass windows and crystal chandeliers. All rooms have old-English décor and no two rooms are alike. As the Pendray Inn and Tea House is a heritage home, it does not offer wheelchair access or elevators.

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Our newly refurbished Belleville Room.
Enjoy a traditional Afternoon Tea at the Pendray Tea House.
The Pendray Room with panoramic views of Victoria's Inner Harbour.
Stunning view of Victoria's Inner Harbour from the Queen Ann Suite.

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.