COVID-19 UPDATE

WE ARE OPEN.

We are closely monitoring events surrounding COVID-19 in our community to ensure a safe and healthy shopping environment. We have increased cleaning and sanitation efforts as your health is our number one priority.

Due to the recent events we have decided to temporarily close our honey tasting bar, and only offer coffee and tea to go until further notice. However, you can still get our honey and other essential items in our store! We are open 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Would you like to purchase items from our store, but don’t feel comfortable coming inside? We’re happy to help! Call our store on 250-580-0263 and place your order over the phone. We will do our best to have your order ready as soon as possible. Notify us again when you have arrived to our location and we will place your order outside your car in the parking lot. No personal contact needed! You can also order your products online

We’re staying in close contact with Island Health and are continuing to monitor any updates from the government. 

Kind regards,
Country Bee Honey Farm


Urban Bee honey farm

Our story

In 2015 Jason and Lindsay took a hard look at their big city life and it was abundantly clear they weren’t living the life they wanted. So they took a giant leap of faith and purchased an 11 acre farm in the town that Lindsay grew up in.

If you’ve driven by the property you’ll notice that there is a lot going on, and a lot more to come. We have beautiful walking gardens, animal pens for the kids, and picnic tables for you to sit and enjoy a coffee and honey treat at. Come into our store to try all the fabulous honeys we have. The honey tasting bar is full of delicious choices.

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Bee Education

Learn more about our world. In our education item we answer all of your bee and honey related questions. We give you an inside look of our products, beneficial plants for bees, and delicious recipes made with honey.

Are you the proud owner of  a mason bee house or are you thinking about getting them? We give you all the must knows about hatching, cleaning, and feeding your mason bees.

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Honey and pollen

Latest News / Events

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Our First Long Table Dinner

Our first store concert was such a success we decided to take it up a notch and do a long table dinner. Join us, and others at our community long table for a delicious meal and great company. We’re opening our doors on November 9 for 25 customers … Read More

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