Chesterman Beach Bed & Breakfast
Set within a grove of spruce and cedar trees, just steps from the sandy beach, the Chesterman Beach B&B boasts unparalleled views over the ocean and forested islands, with grey whales occasionally seen spouting water just offshore. In winter, you can watch storms roll in from the comfort of your room, while spring and summer see the area come alive with the sounds of wildlife.
The property typifies the West Coast with its traditional wooden exterior. Inside, the communal areas and rooms have an inviting atmosphere thanks to the hand-crafted furniture and local art used throughout. Todd and Lynda, the hosts, are very welcoming and will strive to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Todd is a local photographer, and you’ll see his artwork displayed around the property.
With just two suites and one cottage, the property offers a highly personal stay. Each option has its own entrance, en suite bathroom and deck. The Ocean Breeze Suite also has a second bedroom to accommodate families.
While staying here, you can have a soak in thee hot tub, which overlooks the ocean, or borrow one of the kayaks or surf boards to explore the coastline.
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The Garden Cottage, set among the cedars, has a private entrance and beautiful views of the forest, though the beach is just a few steps away. Inside is a comfortable double bed, a living area with a double sofa bed, a full kitchen and a spacious en suite bathroom. You can dine out on your private deck, or keep warm by the fire.
The Ocean Breeze and Lookout Suites are set facing the ocean. The Lookout Suite has a romantic feel, with a private entrance and sundeck, as well as an inviting living area, kitchenette and en suite bathroom with a Japanese bath tub. The Ocean Breeze suite can comfortably sleep four in its two bedrooms. It also has a large outside deck and a living area that sees plenty of natural sunlight.
The oceanfront property is just a 15-minute drive from Tofino, on Vancouver Island’s west coast. You’ll find a number of shops and restaurants in the town. You could also dine at the nearby Wickaninnish Inn, which is an easy walk away. Activities in the area focus on exploring the natural beauty of the coastline and inland forests through hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing and surfing.
Food and Drink
A home-cooked breakfast is available at an additional cost. The property is also within easy reach of Tofno’s many fine restaurants. We particularly recommend Shelter and SoBo.
We find that this property provides a tranquil escape in a beautiful coastal location, whether you’re visiting as a couple, family or group of friends. Since it opened in 1984 it has earned a superb reputation amongst locals and visitors alike.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Located on the remote fringes of Vancouver Island, this glamping resort offers a wilderness escape. You’ll stay in safari-style luxury tents among old-growth temperate rainforest, and have access to a range of outdoor activities, including horse riding, fishing and outdoor yoga.
Perched on a rocky headland in full view of the Pacific, Middle Beach Lodge offers you a cosy home from home in the laid-back village of Tofino.
Set in a beautiful location overlooking the Tofino inlet, this is a great choice for those looking for a quiet hideaway but remaining close to the facilities and amenities of the town.
The Wickaninnish, a member of the luxury Relais and Chateaux association, offers utter comfort and sophistication within a beautifully rugged oceanfront setting.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
From April to October, it is possible to have an intimate black bear watching experience in the beautiful, calm water environment of the legendary Clayoquot Sound.