We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We have reached that empty nest pre- retirement life.. one thing we are enjoying is vacations and travel! Our 4 night stay at Point-no Point at the recommendation of my sis was amazing. Vancouver Island is a beautiful place and this amazing resort is making...More
My daughters (age 12) and I stayed at Point No Point upon the recommendation of friends who have stayed there in the past. Our cabin (#3) was ready for our arrival and I must note, was immaculate. I comment on that because I have lived...More
It was wonderful, no cell phone service or wifi. I thought I would struggle with this but I loved it! Actually sat and thumbed through a magazine. I have not done that in a long time. We stayed in Units 7 & 8. Restaurant was...More
We were traveling the Pacific Marine Drive and discovered the restaurant at Point No Point - absolutely AMAZING!!! The wait staff was so personable and informative, and the food was exceptional (we're pretty much foodies!), but the VIEWS!!! OMG you just have to GO to...More
We were taken here by my son and his wife for a weekend away while visiting them in Canada- it really is a perfect "retreat"- beautifully fitted out and each cabin has its own personal space so you feel you have totally escaped all the...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.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"Near as I can tell there isn't a bad cabin here.. and I haven't found anyone else that thought so..."