Ucluelet Waterfront Cabins

About our Ucluelet cabins:

Our two cozy waterfront cabins are just a few steps down to the beach, near the mouth of Ucluelet Harbour. They are totally self-contained cabins, each with a Queen bed, kitchenette and 3-piece bathroom; Cabin One was built in 2003 and the second identical Cabin 2 was built in 2005.  Just the right size for two people, they are tailor-made for the perfect romantic getaway. Privacy is respected; the cabins are on opposite corners of a half acre waterfront property, with a barrier of trees between them. We are walking distance to the Wild Pacific Trail and all amenities.

Cabin amenities include:

* Great view, with fishboats coming and going, as well as wildlife — sea lions hauled out on the dock nearby, a family of river otters who live under the neighbour’s dock, lots of birds including Eagles, Kingfishers, Herons & Stellars Jays.

* Large sundeck with 2-person jetted soaker tub, BBQ, bistro set, and privacy screen of trees.

* Nicely appointed, with all towels & linens provided. Lots of extras such as binoculars, flashlight, CDs, silk flowers, candles, hairdryer, etc.

* Cooking facilities include a kitchenette (stove top, fridge, sink), microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle, pots & pans, dishes, cutlery and other utensils as well as the outdoor BBQ.

* TV/DVD on swivel bracket to watch from bed or nook; stereo & CD player; some CDs & DVDs are provided. We are on Telus Optik TV and there is wifi throughout the property.

* Electric fireplace with multiple settings — flame and/or heat. The cabin is heated with a thermostat controlled electric baseboard, as well as one in the bathroom.

* Hypo-allergenic duvet and pillows on the Queen bed year-round.

* Unlimited hot water — the cabins are equipped with propane-fired hot water systems (on-demand).

* Pet friendly — rather than charge a nightly fee for pets, we ask for a once-per-stay $40 donation per pet for our local SPCA.

* 10-minute walk to town, shops, and Wild Pacific Trail.

* 10-minute drive to Long Beach in Pacific Rim National Park .

* Bring your canoe or kayak to launch from our beach. Or take a guided kayak trip with Majestic Ocean Kayaking. You can also book a fishing charter nearby, or to see lots of wildlife and learn about the history of the area, take a Seafari tour by zodiac to the Broken Group Islands. During March, enjoy our Pacific Rim Whale Festival which celebrates the spring migration of 25,000 Grey Whales swimming past our shores.

A few times a year we are lucky enough to see Orcas, or Killer Whales, swim into the harbour right past our cabins! Check out this You-tube video we made on Valentines Day a few years ago:

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