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Shipwreck Coast Guest Suites Beachcomber Suite

SuperhostUcluelet, British Columbia, Canada
Private room in house hosted by Ed And Julie
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 private bath
Sparkling clean
17 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Ed And Julie is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
Great location
95% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Shipwreck Coast Guest Suites is located on a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of the Ucluelet Peninsula. Licensed by the District of Ucluelet, our bright, ground level, near waterfront open concept Beachcomber Suite has a queen size bed, dining table and chairs, HD TV and a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave. Complimentary tea, coffee and hot chocolate. The en-suite bathroom has a claw-foot tub and custom shower. Private entry has a covered patio area. Steps from the Wild Pacific Trail.

The space
Our Beachcomber Suite is the perfect spot to start your exploration of the West Coast. The ground level private entrance has a covered outdoor seating area and is just a few steps to the ocean. Our enhanced cleaning protocols mean that the suite is left vacant for two days in between guests, and thoroughly sanitized, with all commonly touched surfaces given special attention. We encourage our guests to bring their own hand sanitizer. Bright and airy on the inside, the open-concept suite of approximately 650 sq. ft. (60 sq m), has a queen size bed with a seating area and a wall-mounted 32" TV. The dining area has a table and chairs, suitable for laptop use. The kitchenette includes a small fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and kettle. Tea and coffee is complimentary, and we provide cream and sugar, oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. The luxurious 4-piece en-suite bathroom has a custom shower. Shampoo, conditioner and Castille soap is provided.. The deep claw-foot bathtub is great for soaking in after a day of adventuring. Slip on a bathrobe an relax. You can watch many TV channels on the 32" TV including Netflix. There is wireless fibre-optic high-speed internet. The large landscaped front garden has a picnic table for outdoor dining and chairs to relax in. Beach towels are available, as well as plastic picnic-ware and a picnic basket for you to take on your adventures. There is free parking on-site right outside the suite.

Guest access
We love greeting our guests upon arrival, and give them an orientation tour, which involves taking them down to the beach, and an short introduction to the flora and fauna of the area. Guests have a private entrance with a covered seating area, and are free to explore all outdoor areas of our property, including our adjacent property, which we are in the process of turning into a small park.

Other things to note
When planning your trip, please check the Drive BC website for any road closures or anything that may affect your travel plans. There is currently construction on Kennedy Lake Hill. Details here: http://ucluelet.ca/images/HWY_4_Kennedy_Hill_Traffic_Interruptions_Update.pdf
Shipwreck Coast Guest Suites is located on a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of the Ucluelet Peninsula. Licensed by the District of Ucluelet, our bright, ground level, near waterfront open concept Beachcomber Suite has a queen size bed, dining table and chairs, HD TV and a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave. Complimentary tea, coffee and hot chocolate. The en-suite bathroom has a claw-foot tub and custom shower…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Indoor fireplace
TV
Private entrance
Heating
Private living room
Fire extinguisher
Carbon monoxide alarm

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4.98 out of 5 stars from 201 reviews
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Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada

We are located on a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of the Ucluelet peninsula, about 3 km from the town centre. The Wild Pacific Trail is steps from our door. One can often spot whales from the trail from March through November while they are on their annual migration. November is the start of storm-watching season, when the winds can gust to 100 km/hr, and waves can reach heights of over 10 metres, or 30 feet.
Deer often frequent our yard, and being on the Pacific flyway, there are many bird species to be seen, especially bald eagles, who have a nest just down the street. River otters are sometimes seen in the cove, or from the trail, and the occasional mink.
Our unique location offers access to a secluded cove, with a rugged tidal island which shelters a variety of wildlife, including deer, eagles and herons, and may be explored at low tide.
Local activities include surfing, fishing, wildlife viewing, zip-lining, and of course exploring the 8.5 km of the Wild Pacific Trail system, and the beaches and trails of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.
We are located 20 minutes by car from the beaches of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, about 25 minutes from Tofino airport, and roughly 45 minutes from Tofino. The ferries in Nanaimo are roughly 2-1/2 hours away, and the drive from Victoria is a little over 4 hours driving time.
We are located on a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of the Ucluelet peninsula, about 3 km from the town centre. The Wild Pacific Trail is steps from our door. One can often spot whales from the trail from March thr…

Hosted by Ed And Julie

Joined in June 2015
  • 201 Reviews
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We are a retired couple who moved to Ucluelet in July 2012. We love the friendliness of the town, and the wilderness that surrounds it. We volunteer at many community events such as the Pacific Rim Whale Festival and Ukee Days. Ed is a Director of the The Wild Pacific Trail Society. Gardening is a favourite pastime, both indoors and out. Ed is an orchid hobbyist and amateur photographer, and Julie is an exceptional cook and loves kayaking. Julie is also a Marriage Commissioner for the Tofino -Ucluelet area, and performs civil marriages. We like to share the natural beauty that surrounds us with our guests, and really enjoy meeting people from all over the world and from all walks of life.
We are a retired couple who moved to Ucluelet in July 2012. We love the friendliness of the town, and the wilderness that surrounds it. We volunteer at many community events such a…
During your stay
We live on site, and are always available to assist our guests with any activities they may want to pursue, and answer any questions about Ucluelet and the surrounding area. We have a fairly comprehensive library of local interest books and resource material available. We also offer, on request, interpretive walks along the Lighthouse Loop of the Wild Pacific Trail.
We live on site, and are always available to assist our guests with any activities they may want to pursue, and answer any questions about Ucluelet and the surrounding area. We ha…
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House rules
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events