A short trip off the coast of either Vancouver or Victoria, BC, Galiano Island is truly a place where the ocean finds the shore. For years, Galiano remained a well-kept secret, its charms known mainly to the farmers and artisans who called it home.
We discovered Galiano a few years back– our first taste of the island began with short trips here and there, and it wasn’t long before we were putting down roots. Having existed as a much loved French restaurant for years before we put our name above the door, pilgrimme is our connection to this island, and where we want to be. You can get here with the help of BC Ferries, or by boat to Montague Marina.
We will soon be taking reservations for June, July, and August, from Thursday to Sunday.
We make every effort to prepare dishes that highlight the harmony between simple ingredients; as such, we cannot accommodate all allergies. If there is a guest in your party with dietary restrictions, please contact us prior to booking at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm if we are able to accommodate their specific dietary requirements. As we ferment, cook, and mill a variety of fresh Canadian grains, we cannot always accommodate gluten-free diets.
A stone’s throw past the ferry dock, unwind at the Galiano Inn & Spa.
Self-contained log cabins and lodge on 22 beautiful acres of rural countryside at the island’s quiet North end. Nestled at the base of the famous Bodega Ridge.
A little bit of BC’s coastal history, found at Cable Bay Farm. Perfect for a cozy, romantic getaway.
Breathtaking, panoramic ocean views from these cottages on Galiano’s west coast.