Situated in Ucluelet on beautiful Terrace Beach, this Pacific Ocean beachfront resort on the West Coast of Vancouver Island features waterfront cabins nestled in the midst of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
Jason Priestley and family invite you to visit their always dog-friendly getaway, designed to resemble a 1920 west coast fishing village. Built on pilings, the resort is connected by boardwalks that meander among 400-year-old fir, hemlock, and cedar trees leading to fully-equipped beachfront cottages. The second floor boardwalk leads to gorgeous suites, many with premium amenities.
The resort is a retreat fully integrated into pristine natural landscapes. Enjoy a soak in hot tub at the Eagle's Nest suite (one of eight with a private hot tub), named for the active nest nearby. Explore the lush temperate rainforest, home to various trees, mosses and ferns, salal, and cynamocka.
Ucluelet offers year-round activities - world class surfing, fishing, whale and storm watching, kayaking, hiking, cycling, birding, bear watching, plus boat and float plane tours.
Long Beach and Wickaninnish Beach are only 10 minutes' drive to the northwest, and the Broken Group Islands and the West Coast Trail lie to the southeast. Just beyond the Pacific Rim Park, lies Tofino, a hotbed for surfing and counterculture only 30 minutes' away.
The Ucluelet First Nations' word for Terrace Beach is "Capacuwis". Whether you say "Capacuwis Resort" or "Terrace Beach Resort", it is the same, and they would like to welcome you.
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