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This place was the Greatest! The view is incredible. This is comfort cabin style, it was so clean and the beds wonderful, the wood bins always full, the towels luxurious the hot tub perfect after a hike and the Restaurant and the food is first...More
We had our wedding 23rd anniversary dinner here on 2/26/17. The setting was perfect with a gorgeous sunset overlooking the Strait and Olympic Mts. Our server was just the best, and our meal was superb. One of our best ever.
I Googled "wood-burning fireplace" and "coastal resort British Columbia" and found this place. It's a game changer. I like rustic, but I'm not gonna lie: I like well-appointed and stylish, too. This place is isolated just enough, rustic just enough and OMG. The view, the...More
My husband and I stayed a few nights mid-week in winter to get away from our demanding business and just unwind. Point No Point was the perfect place in which to do this. It is rustic - not fancy or modern in any way which...More
Beautifully appointed cabins with all you need, most cabins have a hot tub on the outside deck with a panoramic view of the Georgia Straight. The entertainment really comes from Nature; Sit back, recharge your batteries and enjoy watching the Eagles fly by. Definitely worth...More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and... More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and fireplaces, which could be hazards. You might bring your own outlet plugs. The beach area would be OK for a toddler, and fun enough for someone learning to walk--some of the paths can be a little slippery or steep, but safe enough if you take care. I would hesitate to take a baby or toddler into the dining room as it would be used by mostly adults. I would also just phone the resort, as they are very helpful.
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