Ucluelet Cabins Home
Anchors InnÂ is now inÂ our 12thÂ year of welcoming guests to our first cozy waterfront cabin, and the 10thÂ year for Cabin 2.Â Â We are in ourÂ 8th Â year ofÂ offering the one-bedroom suite, and have welcomed lots of repeat guests in that unit as well. We had a very busy summer of 2013,Â at 90% capacity in all three units. Check out our blog to see some Sea Otter activity right in front of our propertyÂ last spring!
DoÂ check out our one-bedroom waterfront suite, a great addition to our property as of 2007. Quite a bit larger than the two cabins, it appeals to those who might like to spread out a little, or stay a little longer â€“ it boasts a separate bedroom, full bathroom and full kitchen, as well as a propane fireplace, and its own deck with barbecue and a hot tub right around the corner! Youâ€™ll find photos of it under the tab â€śOne-bedroom suiteâ€ť. The rates are the same as for the two cabins.
Being a pet-friendly property is very important to us! We donate 100% of our pet fees paid by our guests to the Port Alberni SPCA. We were honoured to be named Donor of the Month in February 2013.
Our photo gallery includes some images of the interior of both cabins, showing off our custom built upholstered nooks, a spot to relax with your feet up and read a book by the window.
Some new videos have been posted under Things to Do – and you can also log on here to watch all the segmentsÂ RTown TV Long BeachÂ (the new company Lance and I started in 2011) has produced for Ucluelet and Tofino attractions and adventures. You can also “like” our Facebook Page – we’re adding more content every week.
Our rates will stay the same againÂ for 2014, and be sure to ask for our discounted rates for longer stays â€“ 4 nights or more. Our storm-watching package (stay 3 nights for the price of 2 or 4 nights for the price of 3) runs November through to mid March. StartingÂ in 2014 we are taking a one-night deposit on all bookings.
Be sure to check out our blog with photos andÂ some newÂ video linksÂ – Black bears fishing recently at Thornton Creek, a storm-watching sequence from last winter, andÂ 5 Orcas (Killer Whales) who swam right past Anchors Inn on Valentine’s DayÂ a couple ofÂ years ago.
Weâ€™ve got a page for â€śThings to Doâ€ť which includes a video of our friend Troy Thunderton attempting to Walk on Water in front of the cabins, as well as a listing of local festivals â€“ we have a lot of those on the West Coast! If youâ€™re an avid gardener youâ€™ll love exploring our neighbourhood where world acclaimed pioneer botanist George Fraser lived for 50 years, planting rhododendrons of amazing proportions. Weâ€™re proud to have a California Redwood in our front yard and a beautiful Maple near the beach, all planted by him decades ago.
Thereâ€™s also a new page for â€śTestimonialsâ€ť, so if you enjoyed your stay and want to write to us, weâ€™d love to include your thoughts on that page. We have so many repeat visitors (and their pets) so we know weâ€™re doing something right!
Weâ€™ve included some new photos in our gallery too â€“ check them out. If you havenâ€™t stayed with us before, we look forward to meeting you here at Anchors Inn!
Your hosts, Marilyn & Lance