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Fairholme Manor Bed and Breakfast

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Fairholme Manor
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Fairholme Manor Bed and Breakfast
Location within Canada
General information
Architectural styleItalianate
Location638 Rockland Place
Victoria, British Columbia
V8S 3R2
Coordinates48°25′12″N 123°20′21″W / 48.419944°N 123.339214°W / 48.419944; -123.339214
Design and construction
ArchitectJohn Teague

Fairholme Manor is a Designated Heritage building[1] located in the Rockland neighbourhood of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It was built in 1886 on Rockland Hill,[2] in a prestigious area known for its wealthy inhabitants, large lots and lush gardenscapes.[3]

It was constructed for the sum of $7,000 by contractors Hill and Conley and designed in an Italianate style by architect John Teague.[2] The home's rambling, two-story symmetry; overhanging eaves with decorative brackets; narrow bay windows; and low-pitched, gabled roof are all features typical of this fanciful late 19th century style.[4]

Fairholme was built for John Chapman Davie, a prominent doctor and surgeon who is known today as an early promoter of Sir Joseph Lister's antiseptic surgical methods.[2] In addition to introducing the surgical practice to British Columbia, he was also largely responsible for the design of the first operating room at the Royal Jubilee Hospital.[5]

Davie lived at Fairholme with his wife, Sara Holmes Todd, and his 3 children from a previous marriage. Sara Holmes Todd succumbed to pneumonia in 1894; Davie died in 1911.[2] The building was fully restored in 1996 and now operates as a bed and breakfast.[6]


  1. ^ "City of Victoria Heritage Register" (PDF). City of Victoria. Retrieved October 10, 2011.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ a b c d Green, Valerie (2001). If These Walls Could Talk: Victoria's Houses from the Past. TouchWood. p. 29. ISBN 0920663788.
  3. ^ "Rockland Neighbourhood Association: Heritage Walking Tour". Rockland Neighbourhood Association. Retrieved November 24, 2011.
  4. ^ "Victoria Heritage Association: Architectural Styles". Victoria Heritage Association. Archived from the original on August 28, 2011. Retrieved November 24, 2011.
  5. ^ "Critical Bit of History Preserved at Royal Jubilee". Times Colonist. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved November 24, 2011.
  6. ^ Pfeff, Margo (March 4, 2001). "Old World B&Bs Put the 'British' in B.C. / Victoria inns offer English elan behind the "Tweed Curtain". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved October 31, 2011.

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