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Come now before the word gets out. We stayed in a one bed cabin and it was perfect. One night we built a fire on the beach, had a BBQ, watchedthe sungo down and listened to the waves. It was a night I will remember...More
Reception was very friendly and helpful.
We stayed in a large Yurt (#8). Slept 3 comfortably with a large futon and set of bunk beds. All are located directly on the beach, ours had a nice little deck off the back with 2 chairs and...More
We booked our Yurt last minute and did not come in with any expectations of the resort... but wow, we were all blown away! The check in area is well situated at the turn off between Tofino and Ucuelet, very easy to find. Once checking...More
I'm torn on this review, because the location is great and the view we had was stunning. We booked a campsite, so roughing it is nothing new to us. We are just used to having water somewhere in the campground, where you can wash your...More
This is a hard one to rate - views and location were absolutely stunning and unbeatable. Stayed in a lodge for $700 for 2 nights. Upon arrival was informed there is no drinking water - this was not communicated to me at booking (even though...More
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US$ 98 - US$ 177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from TravelPhotographyFam | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at the campsite and I have some photos of the view from our tent, I am sure it would be as beautiful. The water is a bit cold though even during the summer, wet suit would be helpful to bring and lots of activities... More
We stayed at the campsite and I have some photos of the view from our tent, I am sure it would be as beautiful. The water is a bit cold though even during the summer, wet suit would be helpful to bring and lots of activities especially if you have kids, not much to do other than surfing...
Our experience was that there are a lot of casualrestaurants in Tofino serving comfort food but we thought there was a real lack of more vegetarian food and creativite cooking. We mainly BBQ'd in our cabin. We did not try... More
Our experience was that there are a lot of casualrestaurants in Tofino serving comfort food but we thought there was a real lack of more vegetarian food and creativite cooking. We mainly BBQ'd in our cabin. We did not try Wolf in the Fog or the Japanese place, but they looked like the better bets. Careful though things close pretty early in the evening. Tacofino taco truck was the best meal we had. There is a reason it is rated so highly on trip advisor.
Response from WyaPoint | Property representative |
We have food caches located down by the campsites where guests can store their cooler/BBQ/food supplies, these caches are just a short walk away.
The water doesn’t get too high, but you are just steps away from the beach.
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"The Yurts are lovely ... we stayed in the small one - No 3"