We won a four night stay at Paddlers Inn, and went there in September 2013. Bruce picked us up, 12 people in total, and loaded up our kayaks. After a two hour boat ride, we arrived at their rustic Inn--one large central building and two cabins. During the next four days we saw humpback whales, a "raft" of 300 dolphins, sea lions, seals, and bird of every type, As kayakers, we explored the area and observed thousands upon thousands of salmon, waiting at the river estuaries for the levels to rise so they could go upstream and spawn. Bruce and Josee are calm, helpful hosts, and their Inn, so far out in the wilderness of the Broughton Archipelago, is modern and spotlessly clean. A wonderful experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Paddlers' Inn provides sea-side wilderness accommodations.The Float-house Lodge sleeps 10.The Shoreline Cabin sleeps up to 6.The Cliffside Cabin sleeps 2+.The Float-house Cabin sleeps 2.We also provide water taxi transportation throughout the archipelago.Kayak lessons, rentals, tours and transport available, as well as on-site acupressure massage.All accommodations have kitchenettes well equipped with quality cookwares. Bathrooms, showers, and hot & cold running water.We are a Tourism BC approved accommodation. ... more less