Executive Waterfront House in Lake Cowichan, B.C.

Upper Pool "A great Place to Swim or Fish!"
Upper Pool "A great Place to Swim or Fish!"Tube Down to the Park and PlaygroundSuntan on the Private DockWaterfront HouseExecutive Waterfront SuiteLarge Gourmet KitchenMaster Bedroom with Luxury Bed & Walk-In Closet

From $97 / night

Lake Cowichan, British Columbia, Canada
Executive Waterfront House in Lake Cowichan, B.C.
1 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $200 - $250
Per week: $1,200
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Lake Cowichan vacation home rental
Waterfront Executive House with Private Dock

Beautiful, executive home on the Upper Pool of Lake Cowichan. There is a dock to park your boat or use it to suntan and swim! Perfect launching place for tubing down the river! You can feel relaxed and like you are getting away from it all and still have everything you need within walking distance! There is a bunk house/cabin also available. The Vacation House is right in the heart of Lake Cowichan-Walking distance to all the amenities (Tourist/Visitor Centre, Parks, Hiking/Biking Trails, Library, Coffee Shops, Video Store, Grocery Store, Bakery, Post Office, etc) . There is a Hair Salon & Esthetic Spa next door with Tanning & Infrared Sauna. There is also a drop-in Fitness Centre right next door!

Wellness and Spa Packages are available! There is a Natural Health Practitioner and Registered Clinical Counsellor available for all your health needs! Book a Wellness Retreat away from all the stress in your life!

Accomodation rate is a flat rate of $1200/week (this is for 7 nights.)

**You may book for less than 7 nights; however the rate is the same as it would be for a 7-night stay.**

** Ask about the Special Wellness Packages! (Complete Comprehensive Wellness Package - Nutritional Testing & Consultation, Counselling- Couples, Family, or Individual, Massage - Relaxation, Lymphatic Drainage, Chinese, or Swedish Deep Tissue & Reflexogy on Hands and Feet! And a Follow Up included all for only $450 - 6 hours of testing &/or treatments)** NEW ** WE NOW OFFER NEUROFEEDBACK! ** We can help you if you have Depression, Stress, Anxiety, Headaches, Migraines, Memory Loss, ADD, ADHD, High Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar Irregularities, Skin Problems, Infertility Issues, Anger Issues, etc... ** Detoxification Treatments and Weight Loss Treatments are also available!

Jennifer Clarke

Area Information
Lake Cowichan

Lake Cowichan, Cowichan Valley
"Kaatza" or "The Big Lake", as it's known by its native inhabitants, is over 30 km long, one of the largest bodies of freshwater on Vancouver Island.

Regularly visited by angling aficionado King Edward VIII, the lake was soon heralded as Canada's Fly-Fishing Capital. To that distinction, modern outdoor enthusiasts add boating, water-skiing and windsurfing.

Whether your are coming to enjoy the pristine waters of Lake Cowichan, Nitinat Lake and the Cowichan River, or whether you visit the ancient forest of the Carmanah Walbran, hike the West Coast or Juan de Fuca Trails, you will find it easy to satisfy your desire for adventure.

The town of Lake Cowichan is the gateway to some of the most spectacular hiking and biking available on Vancouver Island. Other communities such as Honeymoon Bay, Mesachie Lake, Skutz Falls, and Youbou are within easy reach by road. All have access to scenic Cowichan Lake, one of the largest fresh-water lakes on the island. The south arm of the lake is a heat trap, boasting the highest average summer maximum temperatures in Canada - over 24 degrees Celsius!

Population: 3,118

Location: Lake Cowichan is located on Highway 18 on southern Vancouver Island, 17.5 miles (28 km) west of Duncan.

Kaatza Station Museum & Archives in Lake Cowichan
Visit the Kaatza Station Museum & Archives, a community heritage museum housed in an old E&N Railway Station. Displays include a store, post office, mine shaft, logging display, and a 12' high mural depicting pioneer life at Lake Cowichan in the 1920s. Also on site is a renovated 1925 school house with a 1940s era classroom display. The museum is located in the village directly behind the
Visitor Centre.

Visit a working forest and learn about forest management at the Cowichan Lake Forest Research Station on Forestry Road in Mesachie Lake, established in 1929 by the BC Forest Service. Over 200 examples of "international" trees imported from all over the world are studied here, and the experimental station has become renown for its work in forest genetics and tree physiology.

Walk or Bike to the Spectacular Lakeview Beach that boasts a Cedar Water-Walkway. You can continue your hiking or biking adventure along a beautiful wooden water-walkway that allows you to experience all the Lake has to offer!

Stroll along the Cowichan River Footpath, a sensational 20-km hiking trail following the scenic Cowichan River from Glenora to Skutz Falls. Originally built for anglers, the Cowichan River Footpath is now a popular spot for hikers and naturalists. Cowichan River Provincial Park is a 750-hectare area stretching almost 20 kilometres, from the village of Lake Cowichan to Glenora, just south of Duncan. This spectacular Provincial Park protects significant stretches of the Cowichan River, known as a first class recreational corridor. The park is internationally recognized for its wild salmon and steelhead trout, and for the historic Cowichan River footpath that winds through dense Douglas-fir and Western Hemlock forest.

Visit Gordon Bay Provincial Park - the rewards for being here in April and May in advance of the summer crowds include having your choice of campsites and witnessing the spectacular display of wildflowers that begin blooming in April. Gravel roadways from Cowichan Lake provide access to Bamfield and Port Renfrew, trailheads for the world-famous West Coast Trail. One of the best places to launch a boat when fishing in Cowichan Lake is at Gordan Bay Provincial Park or the Marina at Point Ideal Drive! There are dozens of parking places next to the ramps from which anglers pursue rainbow and cutthroat trout and dolly varden char. Springtime is best for trout fishing, before the lake really warms up.

Experienced wilderness paddlers and windsurfers can explore Nitinat Lake and the smaller lakes in the Nitinat Triangle canoe route. Follow the road along Cowichan Lake's northern shore to this outdoor adventureland.

The Trans Canada Trail starts in the heart of the town of Lake Cowichan and continues down the river, winding its way to Duncan. This is one of many hiking trails that visitors can take, from easy to difficult, there is a trail for every level and interest.

Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park is home to some of the world's largest spruce trees. Take a side trip to this old-growth forest, located southwest of Lake Cowichan, and view first hand the pristine wilderness that has made British Columbia so famous. The Carmanah Valley is accessed from various directions via the Caycuse River Bridge, and can be reached by vehicle from Lake Cowichan.

The Cowichan Valley ranges north across the Malahat Ridge from Victoria through the Cowichan and Chemainus Valleys to Nanaimo, including a cross-island trip to Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park.

The Pacific Marine Circle Tour is an excellent way to explore the historic West Coast of Vancouver Island. The wilderness route traces the coastline from Victoria through Sooke and Port Renfrew, continuing onto the Cowichan Valley and looping back down the Trans-Canada Highway via Duncan to Victoria

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Jan 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 $200 $250 $1,200 $3,800 -
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: $300/week Security Deposit or 50% of rent for long term stays.
Payment Options: American Express, Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: Bunkhouse for 2 persons $50/night (2 twin beds or put together for 1 king-sized bed.) The Waterfront Vacation Rental Home Rates are for Double Occupancy. Any additional person(s) are $25/person per night. There is 1 parking space including; additional off-street parking spaces are $10/night.
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