History of Eagle Bluff
The Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast is located in the area of Prince Rupert known as Cow Bay. When Prince Rupert was the “Halibut Capital of the World” fish were sold through the Halibut Exchange formerly next door! The Eagle Bluff Lighthouse is visible from the museum and visitor information center, and is located next to the Government Wharf.
Over the past years many of the buildings in the Cow Bay area have been renovated as boutique shops, local art galleries, coffee shops, restaurants and a neighbourhood pub, although still mixed with marine waterfront services.
Eagle Bluff Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast has seven guest rooms, with five having en suite bathrooms .and two which share a full bathroom. The second storey family room accommodates up to seven persons, and all guests can share the guest kitchen and common area. A common deck circles the buildings, from which children sometimes fish and guests can barbecue.
Enjoy a full breakfast with a view from our second floor dining room, between 5 am and 9 am. Relax outside on the deck and enjoy the view, or use the barbecue to prepare your own dinner. Complimentary tea and coffee are available to our guests. Our services are ideal for reunions, workshop or business retreats.
Bryan Cox and Mary Allen have taken their vision of a unique bed & breakfast from the restoration of the buildings to 23 years of hosting people from around the world. We enjoy directing our guests to the attractions of our region.