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Cabin Rental for a Waterfront Getaway on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia

3.5 1 Review
  • Entire accommodation to yourself

    Enjoy having the accommodation to yourself; with all facilities for exclusive and private use

  • Perfect for hiking

    The host recommends this activity

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

  • This accommodation does not offer free cancellation

Entire Cabin
All meals included

Cabin • 6 guests • 1 Private Bathroom

About this place

This cabin getaway is located in Desolation Sound, Sunshine Coast of British Columbia and can accommodate six guests. There are two bedrooms, a loft, and one full bathroom. Both bedrooms have queen-size beds, and there are an additional two queen-size beds in the spacious loft. In the bathroom, there is a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.

Guests of this amazing lodge will enjoy their provided meals with complimentary wine and beer. Wi-Fi is included.

Outside, there is a large deck with ocean views along with a massive dock that runs out into the sound. Guests are free to use the lodge's kayaks and paddleboards, allowing them to dive right into the water. A cruise from Lund Harbour and day cruises to explore the nearby waters are included. An airport transfer between Powell River Airport and Lund are available for guests flying from Vancouver (35 minutes) and are also included.

When staying here, glampers will enjoy the creature comforts of home while surrounded by the great outdoors. All guests meals are included during their stay and they should pass on any special dietary requirements. In addition, all house beverages are included.

The property boasts Wi-Fi access, and guests are welcome to use the stand-up paddleboards and kayaks. Additionally, the main lodge features a shared living area with a wood-burning fireplace, and along the ocean, there is an expansive dock that glampers can relax on after a day of exploring. In addition to cruising on the way to the lodge, optional activities include grizzly bear viewing tours, kayaking, paddleboarding, and eco-boat tours.

Cruise or land transfers to Lund Harbour or Powell River Airport are also included.

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5 beds

  • 4 Queen-size beds

  • 1 Sofa bed

Features and services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet

  • Heating

  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Fishing

  • Fridge

  • Wildlife watching

  • Water sports

  • barbecue

    Shared Barbecue

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Property reviews

3.5 - 1 Review

Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: 03:00 PM - 04:00 AM
  • Check out: 10:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old

  • Children allowed 2-12 years old

  • No Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

  • Open fires allowed

  • Some spaces are shared

All-Inclusive wildlife and Indigenous culture packages are available from May to October for 3-night and 4-night stays. Grizzly Bear Viewing is included from late August to middle of October.

Includes: Accommodation, All Meals from dinner on arrival to breakfast on departure, House wine/beer with dinner, Wildlife Viewing Tours, Indigenous Activities, Use of Facilities (Sauna, Kayaks, SUP, Hiking Trails) Transportation from Lund or Powell River Airport.

Note Included: Transportation from your home to Powell River or Lund, Alcoholic not listed as included, Parking (available in Lund, BC and paid locally).

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy: Non-Refundable

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Location and surroundings

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Powell River, British Columbia (Canada)

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Activities near Powell River, British Columbia

  • Swimming on-site

  • Hiking

  • Water sports on-site

  • kayak

    Kayaking/Canoeing on-site

  • surf-board

    Stand-up paddleboarding on-site

  • Fishing

  • Boating/Sailing on-site

  • Whale watching on-site

  • Wildlife watching on-site

  • Safari/Game drive on-site

This accommodation offers a perfect location for visitors that love spending time off-the-grid, by the ocean and rainforest of Desolation Sound, British Columbia which has some of the warmest waters north of Mexico.

Each stay includes a Indigenous and local guides and we spend out time exploring the Klahoose First Nation Territory by boat watching for marine-life such Humpback Whales, Orcas, Sealions and Dolphins. In late summer and fall, tours to view grizzly bears in their natural habitat are include in each stay.

The property boasts a massive floating dock from which glampers can cast a line or jump into the pristine calm water and enjoy the wood-fire sauna made from local cedar and overlooking the ocean. Kayaks and paddleboards are available for guests to explore the calm Desolation Sound. The waters are warm here and perfect for an ocean swim, visit the wood-fire sauna, or sit back and relax and watch the marine life from the dock or resorts deck. There are two short nature trails that take guests for a short distance into the surrounded rugged coastal rain forest. In the evenings after sunset, there is a campfire area to a Canadian campfire next to the ocean and watch the dark night skies.

Visitors also choose to visit the remote Toba Inlet from late August to October, where the Indigenous guides will take them to view Grizzly Bears. Bear Viewing is done from raised and covered wooden platforms along a remote river. The highlight of the day is watching the bears feeding on salmon.

The city of Vancouver is just 100 miles away making this some of the most accessible wilderness resort based Eco Tours and Grizzly Bear Viewing Tours, hosted by the local Indigenous guides.