Bostrom's Bed & Breakfast
Overlooking the bay in Ucluelet, this intimate B&B offers waterfront views from its three rooms, each with its own semi-private patio. A huge, ground-level common area is well stocked with books, magazines and useful information about the area and activities. Breakfast is included in your stay and the grounds have several picnic areas and fire pits, if you want to enjoy a meal that you picked up at one of the local restaurants.
Come back after a day of wildlife activity and relax in the hot tub with views over the bay. It’s not unusual to spot wildlife in the bay, such as whales, otter and eagles. Restaurants and shops are within walking distance.
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We like this intimate B&B for its hosts' welcoming personalities and the exceptional views, as well as a convenient location that’s just steps from the water and a short drive from many of the area’s activities.
Each of the three rooms are decorated in warm earth tones and boasts its own ocean-view patio and private bathroom, as well as a generously sized bed. Rooms and bathrooms are well soundproofed, so you don’t need to wake up to the sound of showers or other guests. Two rooms offer pull-out sofa beds and the largest option (the Trail Suite) has a well-stocked kitchenette.
Located walking distance from the village of Ucluelet, the hotel is perched right on the Little Beach Bay. It’s just a 30–minute drive from away from the myriad of wildlife-watching opportunities in Tofino.
Food and drink
A gourmet breakfast is included and served in the glassed indoor dining patio overlooking the bay. On warm mornings, the windows are opened so you can enjoy the breezes off the water.
Facilities and activities
The ground-floor common area is well stocked with a snooker table, cooking facilities, sitting area and dining table, books, magazines and newspapers, and variety of games. Guests can also borrow heavy-duty rain gear if they want to indulge in storm watching or binoculars to help you spot the wildlife that frequents the bay.
You can also use a hot tub overlooking the bay.