Sweet Dreams makes top 10 list

Abbotsford's Sweet Dreams Luxury Inn, has been chosen as a Top 10 winner in the seventh annual Best of Canada

Abbotsford’s Sweet Dreams Luxury Inn, has been chosen as a Top 10 winner in the seventh annual Best of Canada BedandBreakfast.com Awards.

Sweet Dreams is recognized for providing the best travel experience, hospitality and customer service.

BedandBreakfast.com is a global site for finding bed and breakfast properties and inns around the world, with more than 11,000 properties worldwide.

“The Best of BedandBreakfast.com Award winners, including Sweet Dreams Luxury Inn really exemplify the special experience that travellers expect from staying in a bed and breakfast,” says Martin Slagter, vice president of HomeAway, Inc, which owns BedandBreakfast.com.

“It’s a true honour to be chosen for a Best of BedandBreakfast.com Award, and we thank our guests for the positive reviews that resulted in this award, says Dorothy Friesen of Sweet Dreams.

“It is gratifying that our guests took the time to share their comments about our hospitality, accommodations, breakfasts and attention to the details which sets Sweet Dreams apart,” commented Friesen.

Sweet Dreams Luxury Inn is located on a rural, 17 acre, historical property.  Located just minutes from downtown Abbotsford, the Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) and Tradex. For more visit:


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