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Vancouver Island’s celebrated luxury outpost Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge skirts the banks of its namesake ocean inlet, Clayoquot Sound and offers an escape to the still, tranquil beauty of Canada’s remote wilderness. Set among magnificent conifer forests, the lodge offers guests an unforgettable experience of the landscape and its wildlife. Adventure-filled days are bolstered by local produce-driven, sustainable dining, fine wines and the chance to unwind in generously appointed guest quarters. Twenty-five canvas tents designed with contemporary interiors complement local artisan-designed pieces to offer a decadent retreat.
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Ann-Marie A wrote a review Sep 2022
Longridge, United Kingdom125 contributions87 helpful votes
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Seaplane ride in was special, you see how remote this place is.The staff are relaxed and professional, they adapt activities to abilities/wants/needs. Our tent with en suite big,warm sumptuous! The place is Magical with killer views everywhere! The bar and deck are the best we have seen amongst our travels with attentiveness of delivery first class service and variety of drinks! The activities range is brilliant, we stayed a week and tried everything barr fishing as it’s not our bag. Lots of staff here have their dogs so it does feel like a home from home. The remoteness is real we heli hiked to a summit and you can see the vast views mountains and river with the lodge and nothing else !! Horses are well looked after and riding the river bed is cool. Canyoning was a blast and at the end of each activity luxury awaits, food here is like eating at a mitchellin star restaurant we are taking recipes home! Spa and hot tubs are brilliant, along with private dining options too. These guys have it right for a delux remote break with luxury and quality thrown in. We could stay a year!
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Don’t worry if you forget something they have everything here you need to do the activities.
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Responded 1 week ago
Dear Ann-Marie Such a heartfelt review, thank you! Your excitement is palpable and we think you've covered every aspect - from the Michelin star worthy food (our chefs will love that!) and wide range of adventures (the heli hiking jaunt sounds like a real 'pinch-me' moment!) to the scrumptious cosiness of the tent and awesome bar and rooftop deck, not to forget the horses and doggies which are so part of the experience. We're grateful to you for giving others reading a virtual account of what the Clayoquot experience is truly like - in a nutshell, unforgettable. Best regards Team Clayoquot
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Samantha M wrote a review Sep 2022
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Our wedding day and our stay at the lodge was the most memorable time of our lives. We made terrific friendships, enjoyed marvellous hospitality and left forever changed by our experience. If you visit Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge, remember to remind yourself how lucky you are every moment of your stay; it won't be until after you leave that you realise how truly special a stay at the lodge is.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Response from Baillie Lodges, Owner at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear Samantha Congratulations! We're so thrilled to have been involved in the wedding day of your dreams! It’s hard to describe the feeling of magic in the air that day, it seemed as though the whole of Clayoquot Sound was celebrating too. Wishing you both the happiest of futures together, and perhaps we will see you again for an anniversary one day. Kind regards Team Clayoquot
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John J wrote a review Sep 2022
Bedford, New York7 contributions4 helpful votes
Words are no substitute for the experience. We are here for a Thursday to Thursday stay, and it’s only Saturday. There is nothing that we have experienced so far that has fallen short of our elevated expectations. From the wilderness outside our tent “door”, to the food at the Cookhouse, to the friendliness and expertise of the staff, to the leadership of Sarah, the GM - this is a place that provides indescribable enjoyment whether you are sitting on your deck watching the tide and the light change, or on a boat looking for bears, whales, porpoises, sea lions and otters (all of which we saw on yesterday’s 4 hour ride from the lodge to the Pacific Ocean via Tofino), or any of the wide range of activities that are offered. Thank goodness we have a lot of days left for things to do, sights to see, people to meet. This is truly a “bucket list” vacation. Thank you Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge. We will miss you when we leave and so grateful for the time we had with you.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear John Thank you for your glowing review. That you felt compelled to share the joy you're feeling only days into your vacation signals we're doing a good job! It sounds like the wild beauty of Vancouver Island and the efforts of our wonderful team to make you feel not only at home, but transformed by the experience is working its magic. It’s our aim to create unforgettable memories for our guests and while you've endorsed the lodge as a true bucket-list destination, we hope your stay isn't a once-off and that we might see you again. Warm regards Team Clayoquot
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JolPards wrote a review Aug 2022
Birmingham, United Kingdom44 contributions30 helpful votes
It is difficult to convey in words just how beautiful this lodge and its location are. In this remote, mountainous island location we saw numerous black bears and sea otters on the best boat trip ever; we hiked, went canyoning and kayaking, and then at the end of the day enjoyed the most incredible meals, with the menu changing daily, from a hugely talented group of chefs. Whilst it is expensive, everything is included and the staff are generous with everything. The staff really make this place; they are young, full of enthusiasm and always smiling. They were wonderfully kind to our young kids who didn’t want to leave. The very kind manager, Sarah, was ever present and clearly loved by her staff. It was a privilege to spend 4 days in this beautiful place.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Responded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your wonderful review! It really is a challenge to put the Clayoquot experience into words, but yours capture the essence of a stay perfectly. We're so pleased you and your family enjoyed getting off-grid to see the sights and sounds of Vancouver Island, quite literally on the 'Sights of the Sound' marine Zodiac tour - and you've the bear foraging photo to prove it! Our culinary team view food as far more than just fuel and use locally sourced sustainable produce (with many ingredients harvested from the kitchen garden) to bring a true taste of the region to every plate. While we're undoubtedly lucky to call the Bedwell Valley home, we're even luckier to be blessed with a passionate and dedicated team. They will be warmed to hear your kind words. Thank you for joining us in the 'wild west' for your summer sojourn. Until next time... Team Clayoquot
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Fanja wrote a review Aug 2022
Dortmund, Germany4 contributions1 helpful vote
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What a wonderful holiday we have had at clayoquot ! The whole team was amazing: they are full with passion and dedication to the lodge and the visitors. Being in this special place in nature made us all feel very much one with the surroundings. The team granted us every wish and made us feel very welcome. We went bear and wale watching, on a long hike through the Vancouver Island rain forest and horseback riding. The meals were great and original, but still very accessible for our teens. WiFi was in the tents but not any place else, nore was any cellphone contact. The tents were perfectly equipped. We can’t find anything to complain about and will return asap :-)
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Baillie Lodges, Owner at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge
Responded Aug 18, 2022
Hi Fanja, Thanks for joining us on the Emerald Edge! We are very lucky to be blessed with passionate and energetic team members, and we’re glad that they made you feel welcome and part of the Clayoquot family. It’s a privilege to have access to such a remarkable part of the world and creating personal encounters of our wild-west playground is what we do best. We’re thrilled your stay was unforgettable and we can’t wait to welcome you back. Safe travels and until we meet again. Team Clayoquot
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MarVaf wrote a review Jul 2022
London31 contributions20 helpful votes
We had the most incredible few days at Clayoquot. The place is absolutely magical, one is truly immersed in nature and the experiences are abundant and unique. The food and food service were excellent. The guides and all staff are energetic, kind, polite and have a can do attitude. Our tent was very comfortable, clean and had everything we needed. Housekeeping was very efficient. So overall a truly unique and magical holiday. We were very sad to leave. Having said this, the pricing sets a very high level of expectation and I still cannot reconcile the price with the offering. For the price we were paying we would expect more personal touches, more private experiences, more luxurious accommodation, a better equipped spa, longer duration heli transfers included in the cost, more elaborate pick nicking options in the wilderness and more knowledgeable guides on our hikes, better transfer in and out services without delays. As aguest you can ask for things to be arranged for you but I would prefer to have been offered more bespoke options proactively rather than having to request them. In the end, we decided to view the price we were paying more as a donation to the maintenance and preservation efforts of the lodge that towards the actual offering. So I guess if the cost of this holiday is a stretch for you....I would suggest you stay in Tofino instead and embark on your adventures from there. But if money is not an issue, go for it!
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Responded Aug 18, 2022
Hi there Mar, Thank you for your review, and it’s great to hear you had the most incredible few days with us. We appreciate you sharing the highlights of your stay from unique experiences, comfortable tents, engaging staff, excellent food and even efficient housekeeping. We appreciate your perspective on preservation, as it is a difficult task to provide all of the aforementioned amenities and experiences while having a sustainable approach and no environmental impact. We hope to see you again in the future and thank you for joining us in Vancouver Island’s wilderness playground. Warm regards, Team Clayoquot.
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Rebecca Z wrote a review Jun 2022
Laguna Niguel, California164 contributions181 helpful votes
My husband and I spent 4 nights at the lodge and enjoyed our stay from start to finish. We hoped to arrive directly to the resort via sea plane, but unfortunately received communication that alternative methods of transportation was needed due to the weather (arranged flawlessly by the staff). Despite the longer than expected travel time, all the stress just melted away upon arrival. I am not a camper and never grew up camping, so I wasn't entirely sure if I would find the experience comfortable, particularly staying in a tent and having an outdoor shower. We stayed in the waterfront ensuite tent, which definitely exceeded all expectations in terms of comfort and luxury. The tent was more spacious than I expected, the gas stove kept us plenty toasty at night, the bed was comfortable, the heated floors in the bathroom was amazing and the outdoor shower (which is covered by the tent awning) was one of the most amazing shower experiences. I wasn't cold taking showers at night as there was an abundance of hot water and the steam helps keep you warm. Prior to arrival, I provided a list of the different activities we wanted to do during our stay. Everything was all organized and the staff was very prompt to accommodate any changes without any issues. All the staff who guided each excursion were super friendly, knowledgeable and professional. Additionally, they provide all equipment (hiking boots, cowboy boots, rain jacket, rain pants, wetsuits, etc.), so you don't need to bring any extra hiking shoes, clothing or gear if you want to pack light. With the exception of the sight and sound Zodiac boat, which I think had 10 guests, all the other excursions were very small (not more than 4) or even private, making the experience much more intimate and personal. I would also highly recommend splurging and doing a helicopter tour. We did the sip to sky, where we land on top of Ursus peak for about an hour and snacked on charcuterie and champagne. It was such a decadent and memorable experience! Food at the lodge was excellent given the remote location. Breakfast and lunch was the same menu each day (though, lunch offers a different soup and entree daily) and dinner menu changes daily. The kitchen staff does offer some off-the-menu options if you ask in advance, including preparing any fresh catch of the day you might bring in from the fishing trip (we caught a Chinook salmon and ate it later that evening!). Though, I had no complaints about the food, my only comment is wishing there were more local, simply prepared dishes in keeping with the camping experience. For example, I would prefer a plate of fresh caught peel-and-eat shrimp or crab rather than an Asian baked bao or tempura (don't get me wrong, I enjoyed both dishes). One thing I really enjoyed were the local BC wines, which were amazing! We both really enjoyed every moment of our stay and already trying to figure out when we want to go back again!
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Room Tip: Room 1, 2 and 3 had the best view and close to the main lodge
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Responded Aug 18, 2022
Dear Rebecca, Thank you for taking the time to recall your Clayoquot experience. The temperamental weather can sometimes be a challenge when travelling to a destination so remote, but we are lucky to have a cunning team who can think on their feet. It’s a pleasure to hear that from the moment of arrival any worries just melted away. There is nothing quite like that first carriage ride to the Outpost. You are right, guest tents certainly lean more toward the glamping than camping, yet they offer a level of immersion with nature that can’t be achieved otherwise. All the creature comforts like the heated bathroom floors, gas fired stove and steaming hot alfresco shower combine to create the perfect abode. With so many unique experiences on offer, it’s a true choose your own adventure! We are blessed to have something for everyone, and we’re glad you made the most of the freedom to explore Clayoquot Sound from the summit of Mt Ursus. It was our pleasure to host you, and we look forward to welcoming you back to the wild west coast. Best wishes and welcome to the Baillie Lodges family, Team Clayoquot
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Conny Wylie wrote a review Jun 2022
Ottawa, Canada431 contributions486 helpful votes
In the remote coastal rainforest of Vancouver Island, the Cloyoquot Wilderness Resort is this adventurer's travel dream. It skirts the banks of Clayoquot Sound and offered me a well deserved escape to the still, tranquil beauty of Canada's wilderness. I appreciated the 'off the grid' grounding with accessibility by sea plane to connect with the 600 acres of glorious wild nature reserve. The property is armed with 25 canvas tent accommodations that represent clamping at it's best. My model included a plush king bed, heated floors, cedar clad outdoor shower (a neat washing feeling). The space encompassed a generous lounging area, a wood fireplace and was decked out with contemporary furnishings and specially commissioned pieces from local designers and artists. One strict rule: no food in the tent, lest you entice bears to make a meal of you. This was a pretty cool boudoir. Clayoquot prides itself on it's litany of adventures. From hiking, canyoning, horse-riding mountain trails to thrilling marine adventures in a Zodiac and up-close encounters with black Bears, sea otters, whales and the like. I tried them all and was plagued with sore muscles and made good use of the Healing Grounds Spa that provided me with revitalizing massages to reset my body for another day of adventure. Food is a big part of the experience at the Lodge. I enjoyed eats comprised of seemingly simple lunch items of quinoa salad and freshly caught fish to tasting menu's supplemented with salmon, scallops, prawns and crab all caught by local fishers. World-class dining is included here, with lots of fish, foraged herbs, berries and mushrooms... providing.incredible culinary delights.....yummy to my tummy. Staff are more like guides than regular hotel service providers. So, if you are a keen adventurer, carry a heavy wallet, relish the wild and free wilderness, accompanied by top-notch digs and eats....then try the ........... Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge..........Bear the Wilderness.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Responded Jun 8, 2022
Dear Conny Thank you for your wonderful review. We're thrilled to hear that you fully committed to the Clayoquot experience and tried your hand at the range of activities. With so much to do, the daily itinerary would have been action packed which no doubt made the downtime spent in the Healing Grounds Spa all the more sweeter. We also love that you (and your tummy!) relished the dining experience and appreciated the foraged ingredients resourcefully gathered by our culinary team. Clayoquot is certainly an adventurers playground and it sounds like you made the most of it! Best wishes Team Clayoquot
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Marc T wrote a review May 2022
2 contributions1 helpful vote
I've just come back from a spectacular opening weekend at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge, and I'm having extreme withdrawal symptoms. My heart and soul are full, as well as my belly from the amazing culinary experience. I have been to this resort, many times before. It has always been one of my favourite spots on earth. This trip cemented my love for the lodge and the destination. The tents are stunning. The backdrop, as spectacular as always. As mentioned, the food was scrumptious (and I need the peanut butter cookie recipe from Elise). The private performance by Sarah McLoughlin will never be forgotten...,but what touched me the most was the amazing team they put together to welcome and host their guests. Genuine, caring, attentive and always with big smiles. Ohhh, I love this place. Put this on the top of your bucket list. Profound gratitude to General Manager Sarah Cruse and her talented team.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Responded May 19, 2022
Dear Marc What a start to the season with Sarah McLachlan performing live, our new Executive Chef duo Mark and Olivia wowing guests with their cuisine and the team getting down to what they do best: welcoming guests for a summer of fun in our wild-west playground. Given your history and connection with Clayoquot, your good opinion means the world and we're so very pleased to have met your expectations - your testimony really inspires us to give our all for 2022. We'll make sure we get that cookie recipe to you too! Cheers from the Bedwell, Sarah and Co.
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Vanessa K wrote a review Aug 2021
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Traveled here in August with a combo of commercial seaplane and resort boat transfer from Vancouver > Tofino > Resort. Upfront, Clayoquot Wilderness Resort is EXPENSIVE. Possibly the most costly in Canada. On the days we visited, due to Covid restrictions, the guests were mostly Canadians. As Canadians, far-flung holidays once every year are comparative in price as visiting the resort. Given this is our travel style, and we hadn't been away for almost two years, we had the cash saved to afford it. It is worth it to spend the money abroad on something local instead; if local is Clayoquot. Now what do you get for the cost of "moderately-priced sedan"? Everything is included and delivered by staff who are devotees to their craft; be it from the culinary team, to the guides, to the captains (boating experience in the Arctic). Even housekeeping adds touches to the experience; like coming back from a locally-inspired forage-fresh 5 star dinner and the fireplace is lit and there are hot water bottles in the beds for a nice and toasty night in. Beds are heavenly, which we greatly appreciated for a reason. The resort loves to pack in active itineraries and will absolutely run people into the ground with their extensive and custom offerings. The heli experiences weren't available at the time, and there was no lack of wanting for it. The view, the sumptuous food, fabulous mixology, the restorative spa... this was still an active holiday. The cost value is ultimately based on their included activities: fishing, hiking, horse back riding, the sight seeing boat trips, and the exhilarating experience they call "canyoning" (which is an insane activity of paddle boarding, rocking climbing, and swimming up rapids, followed by floating down a glacially-fed river in a cozy wet suit). There are plenty more (archery, shooting, rappelling, paintball, etc) , and it's a case of asking the coordinator what fits best. With the exception of the sight seeing experiences out in the Sound, all activities are personally curtailed and include an assigned guide for your party only. Equipment is provided for every activity variant, including if you'd like a private picnic on your hike, which was one of the experiences we requested and was readily and enthusiastically accommodated for. The resort itself is a fantastic operation, relatively self-sufficient with an emphasis on respecting the Bedwell River Valley and restoring it following the mining and logging that was done to it prior to being proclaimed a protected biosphere. Their personal goal is revitalizing the salmon grounds, emphasis on nurturing salmon fry and protecting the ecosystem meant to sustain them. Many of the wood structures within the resort are crafted and sourced locally from deadwood (natural tree fall); included on property is a mill. While attempting to be as self-sufficient as possible with a mill, water-treatment facility, forage food + local gardens, the tents are opulent and they even have wi-fi (5mb) when the nearest town/city is a 35-minute boat ride away. It's glamping without the sacrifices, unless one desires cell service and TV. Wouldn't recommend the resort for individuals looking for a chill vacation. The pampering is amazing, and every amenity is modern. However, if you're afraid of bugs (don't get the tents with outdoor showers if you're terrified of spiders like me. Lots of shrieking later...), don't enjoy nature, or are adverse to moving, it's a lot of money to spend on a spectacular view which other resorts in the area do provide. Still would come back for the food, and just the food alone, though looking forward to when the restrictions lift to do the beach combing experience.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Responded Sep 19, 2021
Dear Vanessa, Thank you for your incredibly comprehensive review. Your kind appraisal of our staff, setting, dining and spa offerings is very generous, and it’s a pleasure to hear we hit the mark for what we’re sure was a much longed-for vacation. It sounds like you also enjoyed our extensive range of personally guided experiences – a flop and drop destination Clayoquot is not! Such a beautiful natural location needs the absolute lightest footprint, and we’re glad our passion for sustainability shines through to the guest experience. As you say, a stay at Clayoquot is ‘glamping without the sacrifices’, and we appreciate your sharing such a genuine and thoughtful summary of your visit (bugs and all!). Best wishes, and we hope to welcome you again! Team Clayoquot
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What are some of the property amenities at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge?
Top room amenities include a desk, a fireplace, and a sofa.
What food & drink options are available at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness center and a sauna during their stay.
Does Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge have airport transportation?
Yes, Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Clayoquot Wilderness Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.