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Cabin in Tofino
Cedarwood Cove | Waterfront Cabin | Tofino
Cedarwood Cove is a boutique waterfront cabin offering special getaways, paddleboard tours, complimentary bikes and surf gear. Nestled on the coastline of the Pacific North West, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the ocean, mountains, forest and wildlife from the comfort of your private cabin. Perfectly located between major surf beaches, coffee and a delicious food scene, it provides all of your home comforts including a hot tub, breakfast supplies, campfire and wifi. Business Licence: 20230390
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*NEW* Hasumi Oceanfront w/ Private Sauna & Hottub
Hasumi @ The Nami Project BRAND NEW. HASUMI is a stunning cabin suspended over the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It has an open floor plan with raised 10 foot ceilings and large sliding glass windows designed to give a panoramic and freeing sensation that will leave you in awe with the beautiful Canadian cost line. To enhance your unique stay, this cabin comes with a private sunken cedar hot tub for a perfect way to start or end your day, and a private cedar sauna with ocean view.
Cabin in Tofino
New* custom Driftwood Cabin in the rainforest
New* Beautiful custom west coast cabin nestled in the rainforest. Short walk to both Cox Bay and Chesterman Beach. Open concept kitchen and living area with high ceilings, lots of natural light and stunning rainforest views out each window. Master bedroom with king size bed and en suite bathroom with relaxing rain shower. Cozy reading nooks with a wonderful selection of local authors and field guides. A truly unique Tofino getaway, we’re excited to share this special space with you.

Stay near Tofino's top sights

Tacofino60 locals recommend
Tofino Resort + Marina4 locals recommend
Wolf in the Fog64 locals recommend
Long Beach Lodge Resort35 locals recommend
Wickaninnish Inn13 locals recommend
Shelter Restaurant69 locals recommend

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Cox Bay Guest Suite - Hot Tub and Sauna
Condo in Tofino
Waterfront Condo - The Captain's Quarters
Home in Tofino
The Blue House- Ocean views, hot tub, & downtown!
Home in Tofino
Quiet forest cabin. Beaches nearby

Your guide to Tofino

Welcome to Tofino

Situated on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island, the small village of Tofino is defined by its windswept beaches and rocky coastlines, encircled by old-growth rainforests. Surrounded by the biodiverse UNESCO Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve and with 35 kilometres of stunning coastline and beaches, Tofino offers numerous outdoor activities on land and sea. Aquatic enthusiasts will enjoy fishing, wildlife viewing, and cold-water surfing in the rolling waves, while opportunities to hike through forests, go beachcombing, and discover First Nations history and culture abound on land. The strong locavore culture celebrates the best that the nearby ocean and land have to offer.

Whether it’s leaning into the wind on a beach walk, hiking along a mossy rainforest trail, or dining on freshly caught seafood, Tofino offers unforgettable coastal experiences capped nightly with spectacular Pacific sunsets.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tofino

Tofino’s busy seasons vary based on the time of year. Its summer season runs from May to August. This peak visitation period corresponds with the region’s best and warmest weather, when temperatures reach into the low 20s Celsius but can remain breezy with ocean winds. Fall is a fantastic time to visit Tofino for good autumn weather and fewer crowds. The winter season centers on watching powerful Pacific storms that pound the coastline. Storm watching is at its peak from November to March and attracts many people to the village. While the temperature can dip into the single digits in winter, snow is rare along the coast. However, the ocean breezes are constant, and fog is common, so be sure to have layered clothing and adequate rain protection, including footwear.

Top things to do in Tofino


Tofino’s steady wave activity and 35 kilometres of beaches have fostered a strong cold-water surfing community. The water temperature ranges from 7 to 15 degrees Celsius, so if you’re new to this style of surfing, put on a wetsuit and rent a surfboard for lessons from local experts. Instructors are steeped in local surf culture and able to help total novices ride Tofino’s incredible waves.

Hot Springs Cove

Soak in the natural pools at Hot Springs Cove in Maquinna Marine Provincial Park, northwest of Tofino. These tempting geothermal hot springs flow down a waterfall, filling several natural rock pools situated by the ocean. The Cove is accessible via a scenic 1.5-hour water taxi ride or a 20-minute float plane ride from Tofino.

Nuu Chah Nulth Trail

Tofino is home to a sizable network of scenic hiking trails. The Nuu Chah Nulth Trail is the longest trail in Pacific Rim National Park, located south of the village. The 3.8-km path winds its way along a beach trail and onto wooden boardwalks that feature a stunning moss-covered temperate rainforest overlooking Long Beach.

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