This charming beach establishment is an impressive resort on the shores of the west coast of Vancouver Island where guests will find a cosy atmosphere with a total of 23 double guest rooms, all with bathroom en suite and all with views of the water. With, amongst other things, a media room and patios overlooking both Vernon and Jane Bays, this resort is one of the most impressive resorts on the west coast. Further facilities on offer to guests include a lobby, a hotel safe, a cloakroom and a games room. There is a TV lounge, a cafe, a bar and a dining room with vaulted ceilings overlooking Vernon Bay as well as conference facilities. Guests can take advantage of the room and laundry services and there is WLAN Internet access at their disposal.
There are no roads that lead to this resort, rather this hotel hideaway is nestled in old, fully grown forest and lies surrounded by the ocean. Guests can enjoy the water taxi ride to the resort and feel at one with nature and luxury. It lies in woodland just 10 m from the sea (Vernon Bay), 20 km from the centre of Ucluelet and 50 km from Tofino.
The standard rooms are spacious and all feature views of the water and sliding doors, enabling guests to enjoy as much of the breathtaking view as possible. The interiors are done in west coast style and all bedding is with down feathers. All come with a private bathroom with a shower/bathtub and a hairdryer and offer a king-size or double bed. They are equipped with Internet access, an ironing set, central heating and individually regulated air conditioning.
This resort features a sun terrace with sun loungers and parasols and guests can also relax with a massage or spa treatment or in the hot tub. There is plenty to see and do, including marine safaris, whale watching, diving in Barkley Sound, kayaking, excursions to the Broken Group Islands, nature hiking trails, salmon fishing and heli-adventures. Water sports fans can also go pedal boating or canoeing and it is also possible to play a game or pool/snooker at the establishment. Moreover, sun loungers and parasols are available for use on the pebble/rocky beach.
Guests are served breakfast each morning and the midday and evening meals may be enjoyed à la carte.
American Express, MasterCard and VISA are accepted at this resort.
Guests will be picked up in Ucluelet. If experiencing a delay they should call the Boat Captain on 250-735-1716, or the resort on 1-800-760-2777. Parking in Ucluelet: the Tofino/Ucluelet highway will turn into Peninsula Road. On Peninsula Road guests should travel just past the Canadian Princess Resort and turn left onto Hemlock Street. Follow Hemlock Street for a short distance (less than 1 block) until reaching the public car park. Parking is available here or on the streets. The meeting point is the Boat Basin Marina, near the Harbour Master's Office (next to public car park). The Eagle Nook Water Taxi will be at the dock at 3:30 pm to meet guests.
The resort is open from 15th June until 20th September. Guests are picked up at 3:30 pm at the marina in Ucluelet. On departure, they will leave at 11 am for Ucluelet. The resort is located in remote surroundings. All meals are included in the price as well as the water taxi to and from the resort.
Iron and board
King size bed