Point No Point Resort was first on CBC’s list of cozy cold-weather getaway ideas to book across Canada.
“Still have a few vacation days to use up? We’d spend them at any of these charming cabins, resorts and lodges
Along with purchasing appropriate footwear, the best way to cope with the colder weather? Embrace it.
A late-year weekend getaway close to home can be just the ticket.
We went hunting for the coziest cabins, lodges and resorts across the country. With fireplaces, hot tubs, hiking trails and s‘mores, these 10 properties will help you embrace the cooler weather like a proud Canadian.
To spite its defeatist moniker, this Vancouver Island property on the shores of the Pacific might actually be one of the best places in the world to hit the reset button. Each of Point No Point’s 25 beachfront cabins feature fireplaces, full kitchens and flawless views across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Many of the units have hot tubs overlooking the water as well. Wifi is not available in the cabins, guests are encouraged to trade smartphones for wildlife-spotting binoculars, and in true off-the-grid style, reservations must be made by phone or snail mail.”
– Jen O’Brien, CBC Life