This is an amazing place for any one looking for camping, glamping or just to get away. The host and staff are just outstanding and go above an...
This is an amazing place for any one looking for camping, glamping or just to get away. The host and st...
Cozy Yurts at Resort Overlooking Storm Bay in British ColumbiaSechelt, British Columbia (Canada)
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· Kid-friendly · Barbecue
These cozy yurts are dotted along the shoreline of Storm Bay in British Columbia at a resort, can sleep up to three guests each, and are surrounded by rainforest and bay views. Closer to this property's restaurant and activity dock, the yurts are in a great location and can only be accessed by a beautiful old-growth walk or paddleboard.
These yurts each comfortably sleep up to three adults in or a family with two smaller children. These yurts either come set with a king-size bed, one single bed and one child-size bed, or three single beds. Additionally, the yurts are outfitted with cedar floors, cozy luxury duvets, and waterfront decks that are just steps from the beach.
These yurts come with lockable doors, 12-volt lighting, screened windows for fresh air and are accessible by beautiful old-growth forest trails. They are set on 16-foot by 16-foot local cedar platforms.
Guests who book the yurts will also have purchased a meal plan, as there is no cooking facility in the yurt. The property offers healthy and abundant meals on-site, focused on locally sourced ingredients and ingredients grown on-site. The meal plan includes dinner upon arrival; breakfast, lunch, and dinner during their stay; and breakfast upon departure. Guests will also have access to hot showers and flush toilets at the property's restaurant.
There are various forms to arrive at the property including ferries, float planes, and helicopter rides. Guests should look at the additional information section below for more details. Read More
- King-size bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Barbecue
- Twin/Single bed
- Fire pit
Guests' stay includes the use of the fleet of kayaks, canoes and fishing poles. There are luxurious, wood-fired saltwater hot tubs, perfect for relaxing and watching the sun go down (unless there is a fire ban in effect). Guests will have free Wi-Fi, and because of this remote location, phone calls are limited to internet calls.
The hosts welcome the opportunity to arrange activities for guests and groups, based on interest and subject to availability. Sample activities include helicopter tours right from the resort (30-minute tours that can accommodate four to seven passengers), fishing charters, Zodiak tours of The Narrows Inlet, Tzoonie Narrows, Skookumchuk, and two- to four-hour kayak tours from Resort to Storm Bay or Tzoonie Narrows.
- Front desk service
Meals plans need to be purchased unless guests are booking a cabin with a kitchen. Glampers can enjoy delicious west coast dining on our panoramic restaurant deck. Dishes include wood-fired pizza, barbecue, local seafood and produce—much of it grown on-site or readily available from the ocean. The Pacific Ocean inlet is abundant with prawns, Dungeness crab, ling cod, oysters, and salmon.
Please note: the property is boat- or seaplane-access only. Boat transportation can be provided by the resort from Sechelt, British Columbia, for an additional charge. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This property is set on 125 acres of private wilderness and two kilometers of waterfront within the Sechelt Inlet Provincial Marine Park on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. Guests who stay here will marvel in endless night skies, magical rainforest trails, and panoramic views of the ocean and mountains. This property shares the surrounding terrain with bald eagles, numerous rare birds, deer, black bears, and bobcats. Note, the resort is boat access only, getting here is part of the adventure—only 20 minutes by float plane from Vancouver or a stunning 20-minute boat ride. Read More
- Bird watching
- Whale watching
- Scuba diving
- Water sports
Activities at the resort include stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, kayaking, hiking, foraging, bird watching, and stargazing. Guests will have unlimited use of the on-site fleet of kayaks and canoes. Glampers can go fishing, hiking, or run through four kilometers of logging and forest trails. The hosts can help guests arrange a day trip on one of the charters or book an eco-tour or kayak guide, as well as fishing and scuba diving.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No smoking
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
This property requires a two-night minimum stay.
This property takes a 50% deposit at the time of booking; please inquire with the host for more information on deposits.
As this is an off-grid eco-destination, there are no roads leading to the property making arrival a real adventure in itself. Guests can arrive in a variety of ways. Firstly, guests can make their way to Sechelt on the Sunshine coast and be greeted by the boat captain, who will guide guests into the resort on a beautifully scenic cruise up the Sechelt Inlet.
Guests can also get the Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons (Langdale) ferry. The journey will take approximately 30 minutes. The hosts strongly recommend that guests make a reservation as these crossings fill up early in the busy summer months.
Guests looking for a luxurious arrival can take use float plane companies operating out of the Sechelt. Flights may be taken from Vancouver airport (approximately 20 minutes from the resort), or from Sechelt itself. Recommended companies are Sunshine Coast Air and Harbour Air.
Guests looking for some air and water action can fly into Sechelt (Lighthouse Marina) from Vancouver, then take the resort boat to the property.
Guests wishing for a thrilling way to arrive can take a helicopter ride in. Guests should contact the hosts for details.
For the most adventurous glampers, there is the chance to arrive via a kayak, canoe, or SUP. Guests can rent equipment at Pedals Paddles located in the Sechelt Inlet. Read More