They offer two suites, each with private entrances on the bottom level of a home, both with a narrow view of Browning Inlet. There's a path down to the inlet, it's mostly mud flats at low tide, but it's nice regardless. I stayed in the Garden Suite. The suite was modern, clean, well lit, and had a small fridge, kettle, dining table, a few dishes, flat screen TV that plays DVDs, futon sofa, bed and dining table, bathroom/shower, and separate sink and mirror...nothing fancy but nice. Free wireless internet was also included, so who needs cable TV? In the summer, you will be extremely hard pressed to find other similar (or better) quality accommodations for the $125 rate they charge. That said, there is one problem to consider if you're thinking of renting a suite - both suites are connected by a locked door that affords absolutely no sound privacy between the suites, which makes your stay, and that of your neighbors a bit awkward. I would have no hesitation if you're renting both suites, you'll have a nice stay and sleep well, it's extremely quiet there at night. If you're thinking of renting one suite, check with the owners to see if the other suite will be occupied and decide for yourself. From the location, it's a short drive into town or to Chesterman Beach. Good food can be had at SOBO, Shelter, the Wild Side Grill, and Tough City Sushi, and great coffee at Caffé Vincente. I'd highly recommend the hot springs zodiac trip with Remote Passages - fantastic. If you need surfing rentals, head to the Long Beach Surf Shop (~$40/day for a board, suit, rack), and lessons, head to the Bruhwiler Surf School. If you want to go fishing, talk to Chris at the inn and he can fill you in on his rates.
Location: Canada > British Columbia > Vancouver Island > Clayoquot Sound > Tofino
Ranked #40 of 46 B&Bs / Inns in Tofino
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Number of rooms: 2