Secluded Tent Getaway with Beachfront Views on Vancouver Island, near Ucluelet, British ColumbiaUcluelet, British Columbia (Canada)
Secluded Tent Getaway with Beachfront Views on Vancouver Island, near Ucluelet, British Columbia
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Experience a waterfront wilderness glamping escape in one of five luxurious tents on the water at this property, near Ucluelet and Tofino, British Columbia. This seclude oceanfront getaway site has a fantastic view. All tents are built on a wooden deck complete with a covered porch and two Adirondack chairs for sitting back and enjoying the view. The requisite hammock hangs nearby, and a rock fire pit is ready for guests on the beach. The Vancouver Island tents are made of heavy, weather-resistant cotton with two windows and a zippered front door, with screens to keep out the occasional mosquito. Each tent has a wood-burning stove to keep guests warm, dry and cozy, or if guests prefer there is a fire pit on site. Just a short walk from the tent is the cedar-sided outhouse and west coast-style outdoor showers.
This tent can accommodate four comfortably, holding a hand made cedar queen bed with luxurious linens, and a double futon couch. There is a table and four chairs to dine inside as well as lighting and games. Each of the tents comes with an outdoor kitchenette, a Weber barbecue, a propane camp stove, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, a french press, an espresso maker, a kettle, basic spices, and oils and vinegar's to prepare a waterfront feast!
Guests at this unique property will enjoy a variety of amenities for a comfortable glamping getaway on Vancouver Island. Inside the tent, guests will find an inviting queen-size bed with all linens provided, a comfortable sofa, and a wood-burning stove. Outside, the campsite features its own fully-equipped outdoor kitchen with a camp stove, a covered porch, a double hammock, and a fire pit. Glampers will also have access to a shared cedar outhouse with a toilet, a sink, and a gravity-fed shower with hot water.
Other amenities include private beach access and a variety of starter supplies, including a complimentary 18-liter bottle of drinking water, a 16-liter jug of nonpotable water, a cooler with ice packs, and firewood for one night in the stove.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 1 Sofa bed
- Private Barbecue
- Firewood additional charge
- Private Kitchen
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Response rate: 100%
- Response time: Within 1 day
- New accommodation
7 accommodations in Glamping Hub
Check-in: 04:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
- No events
Open fires allowed
Minimum age to rent: 25
Damage deposit: 200.00 per unit / per stay
Additional fees and taxes apply and are subject to change.
Smoking and pets are not allowed.
This property is not suitable for children under the age of two.
Glampers should be aware that the hosts have pets that live on the property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Ucluelet, British Columbia (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Swimming on-site
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Glampers at this accommodation will enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities to choose from in the beautiful surrounding area. Just outside the tent, guests can spend the day on the spectacular beach, a wonderful place for swimming, kayaking, beachcombing, sunbathing or visiting the nearby cave. Nature lovers will also enjoy exploring the variety of scenic nearby hiking trails in the surrounding forests and in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
About 35 minutes away, glampers can visit the charming fishing town of Ucluelet, home to several local dining options and the Ucluelet Aquarium, or the artsy surfing city of Tofino about 55 minutes away. Other popular activities in the area include whale watching, biking, and checking out the tide pools.