The Inn on Long Lake is more than just a place to spend the night. Your experience starts the moment you step onto your private balcony and let your gaze stretch across the tree-lined waters of Long Lake. With kayaks, paddleboats, and wildlife viewing at your doorstep, and local shopping centres just a short walk up the road, the Inn is nestled in nature while providing all the city has to offer. It's a place to build memories, and the perfect launch pad for your Vancouver Island adventure.
Situated on the East Coast of Vancouver Island, Nanaimo is easily accessible via BC Ferries, float plane, the Nanaimo airport, and the Island highway, which also stretches south to Victoria. Named one of North America's "most livable small cities", Nanaimo is filled with history, culture, and a myriad of outdoor experiences to offer its visitors.
The Inn is a pet-friendly getaway with everything you need to have an outdoor adventure or a day spent relaxing by the lake. Take to the water in your very own kayak or paddleboat; rentals are available right off the front dock. Their indoor fitness area includes exercise equipment, a dry cedar sauna, and an extra-large hot tub with sweeping views overlooking Long Lake. To keep you connected, all areas of the Inn offer free high-speed WiFi, and free parking is plentiful, with overheight and oversize spaces available.
Choose from a standard room, business room, studio kitchenette, family style suite, or executive suite. All rooms feature a full array of amenities for your comfort and entertainment, plus a private balcony overlooking Long Lake.
Staff are known as "the friendliest in town" and are committed to creating extraordinary guest experiences. Visitors from around the world are taking note, with the Inn receiving a 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.Proudly independent, CAA/AAA rated, and eager to help make your stay truly unforgettable, the Inn at Long Lake is ready for your booking. Click here to connect with them today.
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