We’re halfway through season 5 of “Chesapeake Shores,” and Hallmark fans are loving getting a new look at the O’Briens’ lives. This season’s scenery has been particularly stunning, so you might be wondering where the show is shot. Here are all of the specifics.
The Series Is Shot on Vancouver Island
Despite the fact that the series is set on the Maryland coast, the show is not shot there. The show is filmed in real life in Canada, specifically on Vancouver Island.
Vancouver Island’s website even has an article about the 12 must-see locations from “Chesapeake Shores.” ”
The Chesapeake Shores flower shop is filmed at Smithford’s Gifts on Qualicum Beach, according to the article. Bailey’s in the Village Cafe on Qualicum Beach was used to film the town square cafe scenes. Sally’s Cafe scenes, on the other hand, were shot at Leigh House in Qualicum Beach.
The Palace Bar is shot at the Queen’s Hotel in Nanaimo, which opened in 1892 and is located on Vancouver Island.
Cafe exterior shots were shot at Gabriel’s Cafe on Commercial Street in Nanaimo, which has a lovely patio open all year. The many marina scenes were shot at Fairwinds Marina in Schooner Cove in Nanoose Bay, which is located north of Nanaimo between Lantzville and Parksville. Milner Gardens & Woodland at Vancouver Island University was used to film some scenes at Jess’s Bed and Breakfast, according to Cinemaholic. The O’Briens’ home is filmed at 1574 Stewart Road in Nanoose Bay for