West Coast vacation style Water-Front home. Custom built, 7 years new, luxury in the middle of BC wilderness. Features incl. Steam shower, outdoor fireplace, built in BBQ, hot tub and a private dock thats only 50 feet from the french doors which open up into the living room, dining room and gourmet kitchen. 35 minute drive from downtown Vancouver. Family- friendly. Close to golf courses, ski resorts, hiking trails and secret waterfalls, kayaking, so much outdoor activities, at your finger tips!
The Backyard literally backs onto the water! We have a patio equipped with an outdoor fireplace and built in BBQ, hot tub and lots of seating and lounging areas for entertaining and a dock thats only 50 feet from the french doors which open up into the living room, dining room and gourmet kitchen. The master bedroom has mountain and water views, king size bed with it's own private balcony as well as a 5 piece en-suite with steam shower. The 2nd bedroom also as an en-suite bathroom. Kitchen is equipped high end appliances, gas range, oven, wine fridge, etc.
The airbnb is Short 15-20 min drive to shops and grocery stores, bakeries, coffee shops, liquor stores, banks, etc. Near by Deep Cove is a quaint little town, be sure to check out Gallant Avenue, where galleries and a local theatre vie for attention alongside unique boutiques and bistros. Mt. Seymour is just at the back of house, but drive to the top of the mountain takes 20 mins. In addition there lots of other other mountains in north Vancouver for hiking & mountain biking and water sports in the summers and skiing/snowboarding, snowshoe trails in the winters. Recommended nearby hikes: Dog Mountain- (5k round trip) offer the best-hike-to-view ratio in the Lower Mainland. It's an easy hike that takes about 1-2 hours roundtrip. The trailhead begins just past the Bear’s Paw lodge at the far end of the Mount Seymour parking lot. In the summer, the Dog Mountain bluffs and the other ridgelines higher up in Mount Seymour Provincial Park are an excellent place to watch meteor showers and observe the northern lights. It is also a favourite evening hike to catch the sun setting over Vancouver. If you are new to Vancouver hiking, you will learn that anytime of the year, catching the sun setting over Vancouver from Dog Mountain is a cherished habit for many locals. Quarry Rock hike (4K round trip) - This wonderful trail crosses numerous creek bridges to get to the impressive lookout with views of Deep Cove and Indian Arm far below. Sunrise offers beautiful views. Mount Seymour - (8k roundtrip) is a 5-hour hike from the Mount Seymour Ski Resort parking lot. The trail follows the edge of Mount Seymour’s ski runs and then you climb the three “pumps”, which are large dome-like mountaintops. The third “pump” is the summit of Mount Seymour. The views of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland on the way down will take your breath away. For Golfers there are 2 nearby golf courses: Northlands golf course & Seymour Golf and country club. Things to Do in Deep Cove The Deep Cove Canoe and Kayak Centre offers a range of options from straight-up kayak rentals, to lessons and guided day and weekend paddles. Ocean kayaks, canoes and surf skis can be rented are hourly, daily and multi-day. Paddling Indian Arm offers a unique opportunity to view the mountains and native wildlife from sea level. Knowledgeable guides can interpret the local history and reveal the natural beauty of Canada’s southernmost fjord. No visit to Deep Cove is complete without a stop at Honey Doughnuts & Goodies, a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. You must try one of the delicious honey doughnuts. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack, there are plenty of food options in Deep Cove. Deep Cove Pizza, Japanese restaurants, fish & chips, Greek food, ice cream and Bluhouse Market & Cafe. The new Cafe Orso is a great place for breakfast or to stop for some nourishment before or after you outdoor activities. The Arms Reach Bistro is an award-winning Pacific North-West restaurant – a perfect spot for brunch, lunch or dinner. The Quarry Rock hike is very popular, as it is relatively easy and offers spectacular views of Indian Arm at the top. Don’t forget to visit the Deep Cove Heritage Society‘s gift shop and archives located in the Deep Cove Cultural Centre. A little west of the cove itself, evidence of waterfront industry can be seen from Cates Park, which has both a beach and heavily wooded trails. During the summer months you may find issues with finding parking spots in Deep Cove. There is parking at Panorama Park and also at Myrtle Park, which is just before you enter the Cove. Kayaks in Deep Cove | North Vancouver Further west still at Parkgate Shopping Centre is local bakery and hang-out at Bean Around the World. Pick up a big, fat cookie or muffin and head up to Seymour Mountain for a hike or, in winter or spring, a ski. Be aware that the precipitation that falls as rain on the streets of North Vancouver becomes snow at higher elevations; dress appropriately. Deep Cove is also the eastern start to the Baden Powell trail that spans the North Shore in the foothills of the mountains. Another popular hike in the Deep Cover area is Quarry Rock, which provides spectacular views of the area at the summit of the hike.
North Vancouver, BC, Canada