Wya Point Featured as one of 8 Unusual Accommodations in BC
Wya Point was recently featured as one of Destination BC’s picks for 8 Unusual Accommodations in British Columbia. Find out what they had to say about us below, or click here to read the full article.
And, we were also celebrated as one of 7 Cosy BC Cabins to escape winter in. Check out the HelloBC blog for more or take a peek at what helped Wya make the list below.
8 Unusual Accommodations in British Columbia
Wya Point Resort in Ucluelet
North of Ucluelet on Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast, Wya Point Resort’s eco-yurts take seaside accommodation to the next level. Built for up to five and full of modern conveniences, these circular tents, owned and operated by the Ucluelet First Nation, boast pretty views of the Pacific, mere steps from the resort’s private beaches. Beyond the yurts, guests can unwind in luxurious lodge accommodations amid old-growth forest or opt for beachfront camping. Don’t miss: Wya Point’s First Nations-led surf lessons that promise historical insight into the traditional Yuułuʔiłʔatḥ landscape.
7 Cosy BC Cabins
Ucluth Lodges, Wya Point Resort, Ucluelet
Best for: Rainforest escapes
Also along the Island’s west coast, Ucluth Lodges at Wya Point Resort showcase spectacular views of the ocean. Each one- and two-bedroom lodge offers easy, private access to the beach and surrounding rainforest. Ucluth translates to “safe landing spot” in the local Nuu-chah-nulth language, and each lodge is made of sturdy post-and-beam cedar. They also have floor-to-ceiling windows that bring the rainforest into your living room—a welcome dose of greenery all winter long.