Are you looking for a unique experience? Come and explore the uncluttered beauty of Northern Vancouver Island on Canada's West Coast. Enjoy a retreat amidst the mountains, water, and trees of British Columbia's natural wilderness.
Sointula is a Finnish word meaning "place of harmony." This unique village on Malcolm Island is in the heart of an area rich in recreational activities and steeped in history.
Sointula Beach House is a charming waterfront cottage built in the late 1930's or early 1940's in Sointula on Malcolm Island, British Columbia. Looking out over Rough Bay, toward Broughton Straight and Queen Charlotte Sound and across to the snow-capped peaks of Vancouver Island, this property provides a spectacular view of a particularly beautiful part of coastal British Columbia.
Sointula Beach House includes two bedrooms plus loft, a fully equipped kitchen, and separate living room. Four can sleep comfortably on the main floor with space for an additional three in the loft. The main bedroom is on the water side of the beach house and has a double bed and access to the large front deck. The back bedroom on the main floor has two twin beds. The loft, accessible by a rather steep stairway, has three single beds and would be a delight for most children old enough to negotiate the stairs.
The Sointula Beach House is within walking distance to shops and services and just a 10 minute drive from the shores of Bere Point Regional Park, a place where killer whales are often seen.
Sointula on Malcolm Island is twenty minutes by ferry from Port McNeill, located on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. Port McNeill is a two hour drive north of Campbell River on Highway 19 or one hour by air from Vancouver via the Port Hardy airport (daily commercial flights available).
We have reasonable daily & weekly rates; ideal for family getaways.
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Sointula Beach House
478 1st Street, Sointula