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Offering a sun terrace and views of the garden, Whytecliff Park place near ocean is located in West Vancouver. Vancouver is 9.9 mi away. The location was very near our friends who live in Horseshoe Bay. It was a very quiet wooded area. Everything worked fine
Boasting garden views, Private Guest house near Beach Mountains Ski Hills and Downtown Vancouver features accommodations with a patio and a kettle, around 1.8 mi from Third Beach. The yard was so beautiful I couldn't have asked for a better place to stay
Featuring a heated outdoor pool and on-site restaurant, SureStay Hotel by Best Western North Vancouver Capilano is located at the foot of Grouse Mountain. Free WiFi is offered in all rooms. Perfect for our overnight stay ... easy access to the ferry for Vancouver Island early next morning .... clean,quiet and very comfy bed. Would happily stay here again.
Enjoy a peaceful atmosphere only 10 minutes from the attractions of Vancouver city center at this modern hotel, which is located at the base of the grand North Shore Mountains. Free Wi-Fi is provided.... Great hotel with great staff very professional comfy beds and great breakfast and reasonable rates and the best thing I like about this hotel is that's it's close to horseshoe bay ferry terminal
This suburb is very well placed to access the best of Vancouver. With lots of restaurants and shops to go to. Very picturesque and quiet. With a short drive, you could be in downtown Vancouver or up in the mountains and surrounding parks. (Just make sure you miss the peak hour traffic when crossing bridges) Even Whistler is just 1:20hr drive.
Whistler Sightseeing Tour from Vancouver, see Horseshoe Bay and Whitecliff Park, Shannon Falls. ... Sea to Sky Highway Day Trip from Vancouver: Shannon Falls, Britannia Mine and Gondola Ride. Cypress Falls Park, Lions Bridge
Great Scenery Friendly people Stanley Park was fascinating and well worth a day's visit Good food outlets Great shopping One of the top destinations to visit in my opinion. You'll love Canada Service is great wherever you go
Amazing place we visited not only the area around Vancouver but also whistler and the Sunshine Coast, each location very different but equally amazing, the scenery left you speechless. Granville island for the market was amazing Grouse mountain - we would recommend the early start and book breakfast with the Bears, amazing experience to see the two orphaned bears and then enjoying a fabulous breakfast afterwards, the lumberjack show was great and by this time we had a little space in our stomachs for a beaver tail...... Go and try Whistler - cows ice cream not to be missed and the peak to peak gondola ride, an amazing place fully pedestrianised. Egmont - so relaxing amazing scenery. The driving, parking and also use of local bus network was easy. Food - the children's menu in every restaurant seemed to be the same which was disappointing for the choice. We also looked to cook ourselves a couple of days but the groceries are expensive compared to home. We ate in a variety of different places small restaurants and chains all food was of good quality and portion sizes large enough without overloading. Get a map, plan what is near to each other and explore groups or solo travellers there is something for everyone
Nice area, not to busy. Trolls had a good breakfast, in horseshoe bay. Went in July and days are long, sundown is around 10 p.m. and lots of places close around 8 or 9 p.m. We use buses to go to Vancouver, worked great.
Ambleside Park, John Lawson Park and Dundarave Park are all at the beach. You can walk along the Seawall which connects all three parks as well as the dog beach. There is a small art gallery and community garden along the sea walk. You can visit cafes, boutique shops and a few restaurants including the Beach House at Dundarave Park. West Vancouver's Park Royal Mall has had a huge renovation. Great shopping and restaurants. There are frequent bus stops at Park Royal to take you downtown or Stanley Park but mostly people drive because it's spread out. Farther west you can find many parks and trails for hiking or biking. Cypress Mtn, Whitecliff Park, Lighthouses Park are just a few. Drive to Horseshoe Bay and rent a boat or get on the Sea to Sky Hwy and drive a short way to Porteau Cove, Shannon Falls, Alice Lake, Murrin Lake or see the mines at Brittanis Beach. You can bike, boat, hike, ski, golf or hike some activities are year round. The best thing about West Vancouver is it's not densely populated so there is so much green space to enjoy