Accommodation in Ucluelet

Resorts:

Canadian Princess Resort
1943 Peninsula Road
Phone: 1-250-726-7771
Fax: 1-250-726-7121

Enjoy the excitement of the west coast of Vancouver Island at the Canadian Princess Resort in Ucluelet-Long Beach. This British Columbia fishing lodge is the perfect place to gather your friends, family or co-workers for an unforgettable fishing adventure.

Island West Resort
1990 Bay Street
Phone: 250.726.7515

Escape to Ucluelet on the west coast of Vancouver Island, nestled in the inlet of Ucluelet BC. Island West Resort is the perfect place to enjoy your holiday. We have the only Marine Pub and full facility Marina in Ucluelet. We offer first class fishing guides, comfortable Motel rooms, our Island West Lodge, and RV sites. We also offer moorage for those who prefer fishing on their own. Enjoy a delicious dinner and drinks in our "Eagles Nest Pub" and watch eagles and sea lions from the large picture windows.

Little Beach Resort
1187 Peninsula Road
Phone: 250.726.4202
Toll Free: 1-877-726-4202

Little Beach Resort's cozy duplex cottages are located across a quiet road from Little Beach in the beautiful seaside village of Ucluelet. Our comfortable cottages are self-contained, many enjoying kitchenettes, king and queen beds, Jacuzzi tubs, and views of the open ocean and rocky shorelines of the west coast of Vancouver Island.

Tauca Lea Resort & Spa
1971 Harbour Drive
Phone: 250.726.4625

Each of the one and two bedroom suites is spacious (700 to 1,200 square feet), flooded with light, and decorated with hand crafted pine and maple furniture, historic photos, and terra cotta tiles. Each has a large ocean view, balcony, a fully equipped kitchen, a deep soaker tub, a sofa bed and cozy chair set before a gas fireplace. Many of the suites feature a two person Air Jet tub on the outside deck, perfect for Celebrations!

Terrace Beach Resort
1002 Peninsula Road
Toll Free: 1.866.726.2901
Phone: 250.726.2901

Jason Priestley and family invite you to visit our Pacific Ocean Beachfront Resort on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Situated in Ucluelet on beautiful Terrace Beach, our Ucluelet waterfront cabins are nestled between two parts of The Pacific Rim National Park, and just minutes away from the surfers' paradise of Long Beach and the kayakers' paradise of the Broken Group Islands and Barkley Sound.

Harrison's Cove Lodge Barkley Sound
Phone: 1.877.265.8555

Harrison's Cove Lodge sits nestled in a cove within the beautiful waters of Broken Group Islands. Located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island in Barkley Sound, our remote location is surrounded on all sides by rugged wilderness and breathtaking scenery. Harrison's cove lodge, which is famous for its seclusion, rustic feel and a friendly staff that makes you feel right at home, is accessible only by float plane or boat.


Hotels and Motels:

Pacific Rim Motel

1755 Peninsula Road
Phone: 250.726.7728

Pacific Rim Motel offers one & two bed accommodation centrally located over-looking the harbour in the Village of Ucluelet, B.C. Canada. Come experience life on the wild west coast!

Thornton Motel
1861 Peninsula Road
Phone: 726.7725

Located in the heart of Ucluelet, the Thornton Motel offers clean, comfortable, affordable accommodation in a secure, quiet setting. The Thornton within walking distance to restaurants, shopping, hiking trails, beaches and Ucluelet's beautiful harbour front. Only 15 min. from Wickininish Information Centre and 20 minutes from Long Beach.

Ucluelet Lodge Hotel
250 Main Street
Phone: 250.726.7022

West Coast Motel
247 Hemlock Street
Phone: 250.726.7732

Clean & friendly, family-operated motel, centrally located at Ucluelet Small Craft Harbour (Boat Basin). The motel is within easy walking distance to restaurants, tour operators and the Wild Pacific Trail. Driving distances to Pacific Rim National Park and the start of Long Beach 10 minutes, Tofino 30 minutes.


Cabins Chalets and Cottages:

The Cabins at Terrace Beach

Phone: 250.726.2101
Toll Free: 1-866-GET-HERE

Cabins West
258 Boardwalk Boulevard
Phone: 250.726.7778

Cabins West invites you to experience ‘Life on the Edge' in true west coast style. Conveniently located, Cabins West is close to all amenities and wildlife adventures and both Long Beach and the Broken Group Islands in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Also within walking distance are Ucluelet beaches and the spectacular Wild Pacific Trail and historic Amphitrite Lighthouse.

A Waterfront Cottage
Phone: 250.726.7760

Enjoy the scenic west coast in the privacy of your own secluded heritage waterfront cottage. Just steps from the water. Enjoy passing boats and wildlife from your bed or doorstep. Watch eagles, seals and sea lions. Cedar/ pine cottage close walk to the beaches, trails, shops and restaurants, yet very private. The cottage is entirely self contained.

Wild Pacific Waterfront Cabins
277 Boardwalk Blvd
Phone: 250.726.2707

Nestled in the trees across from the spectacular Wild Pacific Trail are our beautiful luxury accommodations. There have been no details missed in the building and decorating of these three private luxury suites....

The Outside Inn Country Cottages
2425 Pacific Rim Highway
Phone: 250.726.4655

Lovely one bedroom country cottages & barn lofts, nestled in 5 acres private forest located in nature's paradise of Ucluelet, B.C., offering many activities including scenic tours, wildlife viewing, whale watching, sports fishing, hiking and kayaking. It is a short drive to Long Beach and the Pacific Rim National Park. See our links page for more information.

Reef Point Cottages
1012 Peninsula Road
250.726.4425

Reef Point Cottages offer an exciting, intimate and self-indulging experience for those who want to explore what British Columbia's most spectacular and natural landscape has to offer. With over a dozen different cottage styles and sizes, you are sure to find something here that suits the size of your party and your budget.

Pacific Coast Cottages
Pacific Rim Highway
Phone: 250.726.4247

Cottages tucked away in the West Coast hemlocks 4 km. outside of Ucluelet, B.C, Vancouver Island, on this 2.5 acres of the Pacific Rim you can begin to unwind, and enjoy all the comforts of home.

Florencia Bay Hideaway
2450 Pacific Rim Highway
Phone: 250.726.8228

Florencia Bay Hideaway offers four self-catering luxury accommodations, each one privately located on forested property bordering Pacific Rim National Park, within walking distance of the National Park's spectacular open ocean sandy beaches via the Willowbrae Trail. Each accommodation features its own private hot tub, large private deck with BBQ & deck chairs, full kitchen (very well equipped), dining area, full bathroom, clawfoot tub, separate shower, fireplace (propane), queen bed(s), sofa beds, satellite tv, stereo, cd/dvd player, high speed internet connection and more...

Evergreen Forest Cabins
227 Mavis Road
Phone: 250.726.2811

Enjoy a good nights sleep in the Natures Rest king size bed draped in Egyptian cotton and luxury bedding. Relax in your private hot tub on your Red Cedar post and beam deck or curl up in front of the wood burning fireplace after a meal prepared in the well appointed kitchen. Newly constructed in August 2005, we built the cabins with an eye to detail, including the heated slate floors that greet your feet in the four piece bathroom that boasts a deep soaker tub big enough for two and a spacious walk in shower.

Birds Bay Retreat
985 Peninsula Road
Phone: 250.726.2473

At Birds Bay Retreat we offer a 2 bedroom Beach House and a one room Shore Cabin rental, in Ucluelet, overlooking quiet Spring Cove with fabulous Pacific Rim, Vancouver Island, ocean and mountain views.


Hostels and Camping:

C&N Backpackers
2081 Peninsula Road
Phone: 250.726.7416

Our brand new oceanfront hostel in Ucluelet has a kitchen, lounge, laundry, storage, free parking, free linen, internet access, cable TV, tour desk, bike and kakak rental and its on private beach! Ideal for kayaking, surfing, hiking, cultural events or just relaxing. Our licensed hostel is close to shopping, and restaurants, approx 10 minutes by car from long beach. Shuttle buses are available. Groups welcome.

Surfs Inn Backpackers
1874 Peninsula Road
Phone: 250.726.4426

Stay in a beautifully restored home with fireplace, recycled fir flooring and comfortable beds with duvets. Affordable shared and private rooms are available with a common living room and kitchen to meet with your fellow travellers.

Ucluelet Campground
260 Sea Plane Base Road
Phone: (250) 726.4355

Ucluelet Campground, located at the southern edge of the Pacific Rim National Park,
just at the edge of the village of Ucluelet has a total of 125 sites available. There are a variety of amenities to service the individual needs of customers, including full service, partial service and no service sites. We also have a beautiful view of the harbour from the campground, which is exceptionally breathtaking when viewed against the backdrop of the mountains in the distance.

Surf Junction Campground
2650 Pacific Rim Highway
Phone: (250) 726.7214

Large private sites with clean new facilities and a wide variety of services in a gorgeous woodland setting. Customers can soak in the hot tub or relax in the sauna. By the pond there is a covered cooking and eating area. There is sports equipment available free of charge you can enjoy on our playing field. There's even a place to wash out your wet suit.

Mussel Beach RV/Campground
Phone: 250.893.2267

North America: 1.800.255.5057 - UK: 0.800.051.6364 - Australia: 1.800.143.454

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From Our Blog

"One of the Best Holidays of My Life"

Tuesday, February 9 2016

Here's a fantastic comment we received from Ann after her kayak vacation last August, her second Vancouver Island Kayak tour.

Scott, As we spoke earlier I can't thank you enough for being the facilitator in what truly has to be the best or at at least one of the best holidays of my life.  I only say one as my husband is not here and I wish he could have experienced the wonders of British Columbia nature first hand.

I had two wonderful but very different kayak trips.  The first to the Broken Island Group and the second up here in Port Mc Neil.  I enjoyed both for different reasons.  Different geographies. Wildlife and also fellow travellers on the trip but both wonderfully well organised and the natural beauty of this place speaks for itself.

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