Seaside Home on the ocean hot tub beach kayak
|Per week||$1,600 - $2,500|
If you have children you will not have to worry about keeping them occupied. With large front and back lawns, a beach to explore, and a huge choice of family outings and activities, the only problem will be deciding what to do first. The 3 bedroom house, with a further bedroom in the annex, boasts breathtaking views over beach, sea , islands and mountains.
The house also offers : A two person kayak (with additional room for one small child), Life jackets; Luxury barbecue; Hammocks; All major appliances and dishwasher; Free wireless Internet, TV/video; Stereo hi-fi; Fireplaces (1 x Gas and 3 x Wood fireplaces); Linen; Beach towels; Electric and gas heati...ng; Double garage; Garden/Yard with orchard and swings
Vancouver Island is part of the province of Beautiful British Columbia, some say the most scenic place on earth. The island is over 280 miles long and offers the visitor a multitude of things to do and experience. It has a peaceful East coast, facing mainland B.C., with fabulous views over the famous Inside Passage to the snow capped mountains beyond. In contrast the rugged, and sometimes wild, West coast, with its many inlets and islands, looks out over the raw Pacific Ocean.
Vancouver Island’s mild climate allows spring to come early, crocuses appear in February, daffodils in March, and tulips in April. Fall continues well into the latter part of the year. During winter you can ski in 30 ft. of snow at Mount Washington, with no sign of snow on the coasts. Vancouver Island’s unique climate makes it a place worth visiting any time of year. In November 2001, Readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine rated Vancouver Island as the second best Temperate Island in the world. This news followed on the heels of Travel and Leisure readers rating Vancouver Island number one, as best Island Continental United States/Canada.
Some visitors are surprised at the vast size of Vancouver Island. It is the largest island in the Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand and is about the size of Belgium. However, at time of writing, Belgium has a population of approximately 10.5 million yet Vancouver Island has only 700,000 people, the majority concentrated around Victoria on the southern tip. Take a giant island like ours, stir in a relatively small population, and the result is SPACE, SPACE, SPACE, for most of the island!
|Sep 24 2014||Oct 29 2014||-||-||$1,800||-||1 week|
|Oct 29 2014||Dec 17 2014||-||-||$1,600||-||1 week|
|Dec 24 2014||Jan 07 2015||-||-||$2,500||-||1 week|
|Jan 01 2015||Apr 30 2015||-||-||$1,600||$1,700||1 week|
|Apr 30 2015||May 28 2015||-||-||$1,800||-||1 week|
|May 28 2015||Jun 18 2015||-||-||$1,900||-||1 week|
|Jun 25 2015||Aug 27 2015||-||-||$2,500||-||1 week|
|Aug 27 2015||Sep 24 2015||-||-||$1,900||-||1 week|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 12 a.m.|
|Deposits: Deposit required|
|Payment Options: Visa|
Toronto, ON, Canada
March 10, 2011
My partner & I stayed here for a gorgeous week -- and loved it. Long baths & hot tubs overlooking the ocean, sunset champagne with a campfire, sunrise kayaking with seals - we were almost laughing at how ridiculously romantic and perfect the setting was, like we were in a mushy Hallmark movie. The house was well equipped, the bed comfortable, the fireplaces cozy for cuddling in front of. Lots of privacy if you wanted it, friendly neighbors & little village if you want to venture out
March 10, 2011
Stayed here with children and extended family and had a brilliant time. The location is absolutely perfect - amazing views - eagles soaring overhead and seals playing out in the water. Everything is on your doorstep. You can even kayak from your backyard and when the tide is out you can play games on the beach. Kids will love it. Great location for walks/hikes or a trip to Tofino and Campbell River. Sealbourne is a home away from home. We will be back for sure