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Hosts Johannes and Marie-Louise Stolz are a Swiss-Canadian couple who delight in meeting new people. Johannes is a Swiss-trained caterer and the principal host, while his wife Marie-Louise assists him when she is not otherwise occupied with her law practice. They are both fluent in both English and German.


“We find it incredibly enriching to hear our guests’ stories and love sharing our own when prompted and time permits.

Duchess is our well-behaved Labrador retriever - she loves belly rubs, going for walks around Deer Lake, and otherwise extorting attention from our guests.

We look forward to extending a warm welcome to you at Haddon House Bed & Breakfast."

"The warmth of Haddon House is equal only to the warmth of its hosts. Long live your wonderful B&B."

- François Lavery & Anne Coté
(designer for Debbie Travis), Montréal


The 'Burnaby Now' newspaper published a full length article featuring Haddon House on February 23, 2008.

The 'Vancouver Sun' newspaper carried an article regarding ovarian cancer research on November 23, 2008, making mention of "Haddon House".

Haddon House is featured both on the Heritage Burnaby website as well as in the Burnaby Community Heritage Commission Annual Report 2006.

Heritage BC has awarded Haddon House with an "Award in Recognition for the Haddon House Restoration".

Originally constructed in 1922 for the secretary of Vancouver General Hospital,
George S. Haddon and his wife Jessie, Haddon
House has hosted various dignitaries over the
years, including Burnaby’s mayor in the
1930’s. Since the house was added to
Burnaby’s heritage register in 2006, every
effort has been made to restore the home
to its original glory.



Haddon House renovations – a truly ‘moving’ experience!