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Featuring a panoramic ocean and mountain view, this studio features free WiFi, satellite TV, and a private balcony with a BBQ. Free WiFi is included. The location was absolutely perfect. Everything had been well thought out and to a high standard. A small piece of heaven.
Madame Loukes 1930s Historic House Accomodation is located in Powell River. Guests can also relax in the garden. Courtenay is 25 mi from the apartment. Comox Valley Airport is 25 mi away. Private,quiet ,unique history ,everything you need to feel comfortable ,host was very nice,self check in. Lots of parking Great value ,better then a typical hotel room
Offering scenic views of the sea, Westview Center Motel is set in Powell River in the British Columbia Region, 3 minutes drive from the Powell River (Westview) Ferry Terminal. The Westview Center was great it is close to the ferry and in the center of town. It has been redone and the rooms are fresh and clean. The wifi was fast and easy to use. We did not get there until 11PM because of ferry problems but the staff was ready for us and made sure we were all set. The view from the room was great.
I loved Nancy’s bakery, the marina, the Boardwalk, Pollen Sweaters, all within a short walk from each other. The staff were fantastic there. This was our 2nd time to Lund this year. We had lost our cat in July in Teakearne Arm when he jumped ship and swam to shore. Lund was the first place we provisioned at after leaving Maple Bay on our way there. We returned in October to find our cat after a text we received about his whereabouts, so we trailered a smaller power boat up to Lund to seek our kitty. Lund was a great place to launch the boat in the water and to come back to after we successfully found Artemus. We celebrated at the resort pub with the friendly staff afterwards then the Boardwalk Cafe for a delightful dinner and the purchase of a beautiful wood carving from the wall of the restaurant in honour of Artemus’ return to us. Lund has a lot of charm and it will always have a special place in our memories.
A lovely little oasis in an isolated area. If the weather was dry, it wiuld have been fun to take advantage of the complimentary kayak and SUP. We love Nancys Bakery. The Boardwalk restaurant looks nice.
We did an excursion of Desolation Sound and a day trip to Savary Island, both I would highly recommend. Few, but very nice restaurant options for such a remote location. Loved the Boardwalk restaurant and went to Nancy’s every day (walking distance). The Laughing Oyster was a drive, but worth it.
we loved Lund! it's such a beautiful place and close to some incredible destinations. We hired electric bikes from Terracentric Adventures, and took them over the Savary Island via the Lund Water Taxi. We hired the zodiac to take us to Sarah Point where we hiked 19 kms back to Lund via the Sunshine Coast Trail. Everything we did was incredibly beautiful and so west coast. We would have done the sunset cruise through Terracentric Adventures into Desolation Sound after the SCT but we were exhausted. I'm already planning my next trip back!!
Lund is really only a marine stop, although it does have a lovely hotel, bakery, Pollen Sweater Outlet and a couple of decent restaurants. We enjoyed a beautiful tour of Desolation Sound with Ted (Beyond The Road Tours) on-board his boat. We stayed at the Desolation Resort and dined at the The Laughing Oyster. Beyond The Road Tours, Laughing Oyster and Desolation Sound all highly recommended.
This place is easy to get to, and ideal for a complete getaway, a romantic recluse into the natural beauty of British Columbia, and yet the modern conveniences of accommodations and campgrounds. No shortage of good places to eat. Some of the best seafood also; my first taste of sturgeon at The Boardwalk overlooking the marina, scrumptious breakfast at Nancys bakery and a short drive to the Laughing Oyster with the gorgeous view of the inlet. We came primarily for a boat cruise on Desolation Sound with Beyond the Road Tours. It was a once in a lifetime goal to see the Sound, and we enjoyed it very much, in spite of the rain. We aren't so young, but if we were we would try some of the hiking trails in the area.