Where to stay

Harley Elias

We encourage you to stay and fish from beautiful Quadra Island when you are here.  There are many unique vacation rentals on Quadra Island and a number of traditional resorts.

We also offer unique wilderness accommodations, meals and fishing for those wishing to really get out there at Nanook Lodge.  We would need to discuss this stay.

Other accommodations on Quadra Island

Quadra Island Harbour House B&B with Susan Wilson

We've spent plenty of time at Susan's place, and from the moment we met her we knew this woman had style and class. It's always a cozy, warm place and we always seem to leave there well fed. It's got a room for every type of room seeker, there's a great living room with a view that never ends and a hot tub waiting for you on the deck. It really is the place you're wanting to get away to whenever those 'boy, I'm cravin' a vacation' fantasies kick in.

website: www.harbourhouse.bc.ca
phone: 1-250-285-2556
Toll free: 1-800-435-2556

Chipperfield Hollow B&B

A charming bed and breakfast home, situated on beautiful Quadra Island one block from the Heriot Bay Inn, the location of our pre trip meeting. Michael and Robin Lynch look forward to meeting you. Their extensive world travels give them an appreciation for the finer details of hospitality. They plan to make your stay welcoming, relaxing, and comfortable.

Website: www.chipperfieldhollow.com/
Phone: 1-250­-285­-2422

Otter House

Savour your coastal experience from the beach side cabin, Otter House. Enjoy the complimentary breakfast and Quadra-roasted coffee after starting your day with a cleansing sauna and dip in the Pacific waters of Drew Harbour. Designed with enjoyment in mind, Otter House is beach front, centrally located but cleverly nestled in beautiful Red Cedar and equipped with all kitchen and entertainment amenities, including wireless internet, and a BBQ. Sleeps up to four; an ideal place for a family, group or for a trip of one's own. Quadra Island Vacation Rental.

Website: www.otterhouse.ca
: 1-250-285-3939
Email: info@otterhouse.ca

Firesign Art & Design Studio and B&B

This B&B has 3 comfy rooms, a separate guest entrance with kitchenette and living room. Nanci serves delicious and healthy full breakfasts on her sun deck that will keep you going all day. Check out her paintings in her art studio where she hosts workshops and drop-in drawing sessions.

Website: www.firesignartanddesign.com
Phone: 250-285-3390

Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge & RV Park

This is one of the most beautiful lodges in British Columbia. With its First Natinos influence, fine dining and stunning views, you will find this to be a great choice for your stay on Quadra Island. If you are coming with an RV, they also have waterfront RV sites.

website: www.capemudgeresort.bc.ca
phone: 250-285-2042

Lunavista Cabin

A cabin in a stellar location with some of the best views of the ocean and the mountains of the mainland. Built by really friendly folk, Doug and Gretchen Peters, longtime Quadra residents.

website: www.lunavista.ca

Whiskey Point Resort

Located right as you get off the ferry, in the parking lot just past The Landing Pub. There's a hot tub, apparently open 24hours, and you can rent Island Cycle bikes from there. If they don't have the size for you then Island Cycle can drop one off or you can pop over to the shop near Taku Resort and hit the trails around there or further north.

website: www.whiskeypoint.com
phone: 250-285-2201

April Point Resort & Marina

Perched on a rocky point by the sea, April Point and its 'sister' resort, Painter's Lodge, are located on the opposite sides of Discovery Passage. A free water taxi for guests runs between the two and if you're around at the right times there are fishing derbies.

website: www.aprilpoint.com

Bold Point Farmstay B&B Cottage

website: www.farmstay-ca.com
phone: 250-285-2272

Heriot Bay Inn & Marina

A historical spot with fine tastes and that good-old fashioned lodge kind of feeling. It's a hub to a lot of activities and a nice view for both the music and dance-seeking traveller and for the more mellower getaway. One can camp or stay in the inn. It's also the place where one would meet the locals. We hold our pre-trip meetings here in the lounge, just past the main hotel reception area.

website: www.heriotbayinn.com

Heron Guest House Hostel and B&B

Heron house is located on a beautiful property in Heriot  Bay within a short walk to the water, kayak rental locations, the store and the famous  Heriot Bay Inn. They are located on a quiet street between the Heriot Bay Inn and Taku Resort with a variety of accommodation options. The beach is the selling feature here as it is easy access and allows you to watch the Cortez ferry, kayakers, seals and eagles go by. An affordable accommodation.

phone: ph 250-285-3876 or cell 250-203-1139
web site: http://www.heronguesthouse.com

Seascape Waterfront Resort

Located in Gowlland Harbour, this resort offers cabins for rent in a private setting.

website: www.seascapewaterfrontresort.com
phone: 250-285-3450

Taku Resort

Taku really has accommodations for everyone, right from camping to motel-type rooms to private cabins to a lodge on the water where you can literally step out of the door onto the dock - this past spring there were a few baby seals hanging out there. (Seal-etiquette really should be practiced as they're vulnerable those little guys, didn't Greenpeace tell us so?) Taku has lots of changes taking place, a conference centre is happening and it's our launching spot for our kayaking day tours.

website: www.takuresort.com

Camping on Quadra Island

We Wai Kai Campsite

If you're looking to camp at the Rebecca Spit Provincial Park, these are the folks to talk to. Owned and operated by the Cape Mudge Indian Band, it's organized and has treed and water sites, access to a surprising number of trails not to mention the spit. The park is a very historical spot as it forms Drew Harbour and was home to a number of First Nations activities.

phone: 250-285-3111