About this listing
Come lose yourself...Come find yourself...
If your journey takes you to Salt Spring Island, then your destination has to be Lost & Found Guest House. A beautiful new cabin with everything you need for a perfect stay.
Come to Lost & Found Guest house on spectacular Salt Spring Island for a little fun, a little rest in our clean and comfortable accommodation surrounded by world class art & craft.
Lost & Found was designed by the owners to be a family friendly guest house with plenty of room for larger groups. Located 10 minutes drive from Ganges and the Salt Spring market and even closer to many other attractions like, fresh and salt water beaches, the town of Fulford and inspiringl hikes, Lost & Found is a wonderful retreat for people of all ages and interests.
The owners live on the same property but far enough away from the guest house to provide a private and secluded stay. The owners are most always available for any question or recommendations for your unique island stay.
Along with our kid friendly atmosphere, we also take pride in adorning our walls with beautiful artwork by artists such as Robert Bateman, Alan Bateman and Kate Kennedy. Although the exterior has a rural flavor, all the appliances are up to date including the jetted bath tub. The interior decor reflects a retro style carefully fostered by the owners.
Book with us for a unforgettable, one of a kind Salt Spring visit.
The entire cabin is yours for your stay. Check yourself in and make Lost & Found yours.
Interaction with guests
We live 400 feet down the driveway and out of sight. Knock on our door or send us an email. We are respectful of your privacy, yet here if you need us.
Dogs may be allowed upon request for an extra fee. Just call us.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I am a woodworker living on Salt Spring Island with my wife and kids. Salt Spring is our home of choice because of the fantastic scenery and wonderful, funny, insane Salt Spring community. I also write a monthly column in Fishbowl Magazine and a weekly radio show on Salt Spring's radio station CFSI fm.