"What a beautiful, relaxing place to stay! Having been in Vancouver and Victoria this was a welcome place to unwind completely. Beautifully appointed apartment with views of the bay from the balcony, complete with outdoor bathtub! Great kitchen facilities and a very comfortable bedroom. Within easy reach of the Pacific Rim coastal walkway and plenty of opportunities for Whale watching. Only a 30min drive to Tofino." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Debbieg3 (TripAdvisor review)
"We absolutely loved our stay! Not one complaint! So cozy, comfortable, clean, kid friendly!!!! Can’t wait to come back in the future! Very special memories."
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Melanie V.I. (Facebook review)
"Very convenient and nice resort in the little city of Ucluelet. Very nice location, very good accommodation with the tub on the retrace and a fireplace. I highly recommend this place in the middle of a private Island." ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Catherine R. (TripAdvisor review)
Tucked away in Ucluelet Harbour just minutes from the Wild Pacific Trail, one of Canada's oldest lighthouses, and the sandy beaches of Pacific Rim National Park, Water’s Edge Shoreside Suites offers guests tranquil accommodations in beautiful surroundings. Your Deluxe One-Bedroom Suite is a roomy, open-concept living space complete with a full kitchen, dining room, gas fireplace, private patio or balcony (boasting water views and a jetted tub), and casual West Coast décor. Rest your head here, then score even more relaxation at the on-site Nurture Day Spa. This Aveda concept spa is home to signature treatments—performed with products featuring naturally derived flower and plant essences—an infrared sauna, and private or group yoga classes. If that's not enough to soothe you, the landscapes of Ucluelet, Tofino, and the Pacific Rim offer countless opportunities to hike, surf, and simply connect with nature.
Remote and rugged, where the old-growth forest meets the Pacific Ocean, the off-the-beaten-path town of Ucluelet is one of British Columbia's ten most beautiful towns, according to the Culture Trip. Ucluelet has been attracting travellers for years, drawing them to its breathtaking spot on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Though it's just minutes from Pacific Rim National Park (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve) and Long Beach, Ucluelet has seen an uptick in stylish boutique hotels and seasonal farm-to-fork restaurants in recent years, giving more than just outdoor enthusiasts a good reason to make the few hours drive from the Victoria or Vancouver areas.