Lēah Neighbourhood

In Culture

An immense sense of pride is entwined with where you live. Lēah is immersed in Fort Langley’s rich history, where charm has been cultivated for almost two centuries. This intimate community serves as a tribute to the past and a lively village for the present. Home is only a few steps from the Fort Langley village centre, national historic sites, and cultural amenities. There’s nowhere else quite like this.

Journey of

Shops sell an eclectic mix of antiques, art, clothing, baked goods, and more. Find exactly what you’re looking for or take delight in the unexpected.

  1. Beatniks Bistro
  2. Blacksmith Bakery
  3. Fort Pub & Grill
  4. Into Chocolate Candy & Confections
  5. La Focacceria Artisan Bakery
  6. Lee‘s Market
  7. Little Donkey Food & Drink
  8. Little White House & Co
  9. Maria’s Gelato
  10. Omni Kitchen + Bar
  11. Rail & River Bistro
  12. Republica Coffee Roasters
  13. Sabà Bistro
  14. Sabà Cafe
  15. Sushi Hinode
  16. The Trading Post Eatery
  17. Wendel’s Bookstore & Cafe
  1. Bella & Wren
  2. Blueberry Meadows Interiors
  3. Country Lane Antiques
  4. Floralista Flower Studio
  5. Gardening Circle
  6. The Mailroom
  7. Maven Boutique
  8. Watermelon Tree Baby & Kids
  1. Fort Langley Canoe Club
  2. Fort Langley Marina Park
  3. Fort Langley Park
  4. Fort Langley River Walk
  5. Fort-To-Fort Trail
  1. BC Farm Museum
  2. Fort Langley Community Hall
  3. Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada
  4. Langley Fine Arts School
  5. salishan Place by the River


Tap into an energy of resilience, creation, and fellowship. Fort Langley is a close-knit community of local businesses, each masters of their crafts and each braided into Fort Langley’s story.

Sabà Café & Bistro

The word “sabà” is translated to plentiful, abundant, or satiated. It perfectly captures the delicious food experience this family-run café and bistro extends to guests. Here, Fort Langley’s community gathers amongst the captivating colours and flavours of the Mediterranean and Middle East brought to you by Chef-owner Simone Hurwitz.

Floralista Flower Studio

This flower and gift shop has been grown from a family of local horticulturalists. Owner Alice de Crom spent her childhood in Langley greenhouses, where her passion for florals bloomed. For over a decade, Floralista has been beautifying locals’ homes and celebrations through the seasons.

Bella & Wren

Two friends, Sandra Wiebe and René Guerrier, got together to create a space that would inspire women to decorate their lives with beauty. Bella & Wren is brimming with hand-curated goods for the home, body, and wardrobe. The bright and inviting boutique has become a destination for local women, creating its own dedicated community within Fort Langley.

Lēah Fort Langley


Nature is a constant when you live in Fort Langley. Scenic paths curve along the Fraser River’s waters or through the forest’s trees. Greet the dawn on a jog or bike ride along the Fort-to-Fort Trail, take your grandkids to look for fairies hiding in the woods, or sit by the shoreline and catch up with a friend. Nearby, bountiful orchards, vineyards, and farmlands fill the stalls at local farmers’ markets or produce delicious bottles of wine — set aside weekends to explore all the sights and tastes. Wellness and adventure converge under limitless skies.

Fort Langley

The Company
of Others

There’s a closeness amongst people in Fort Langley — that warmth akin to any small town. Get together at the farmers’ markets, at the many community festivals, in the art galleries and cafés, or on a golf course. New connections are constantly sparked and friendships grow naturally. Experience the joy and security of belonging.