Whaling Station Beachhouse

Welcome to Whaling Station Beach House, ideally situated on one of the most cherished and popular beaches on Hornby Island. Serenaded by seagulls and rolling waves, this quintessential beach house offers the joys of whites sands, spontaneous ocean swims and endless summer days. Within walking distance to Helliwell Provincial Park, supernatural hikes and spectacular bluff-side scenery await.

A labour of love for the special woman who created it, this well cared for family home charms you the moment you drive up to the mature natural garden. Spacious and well lit interiors offer spectacular views from every room across the rambling expanse of the house. A well appointed kitchen opens into the dining room and across to the comfortable and stylish living room and den. A large deck on various levels provide intimate spaces to savour a summer read or to join in the childlike-laughter coming from those enjoying the beach regardless of their age.

 

 

Whaling Station Beachhouse

Treat yourself to a carefree and potentially car-free holiday at this special property located on this magical beach. We hope to welcome you soon to Whaling Station Beach House.

Amenities

Large outdoor seating area on ocean-facing deck
Steps to the Beach
Views from every room
Well appointed kitchen
Two bathrooms
Master with ensuite
BBQ
Wifi (rural and remote quality)
Large selection of DVDs and books
Bedding provided at additional cost.
One pet allowed with prior approval. $100 Pet fee.

Rainwater collection so plan to use water sparingly.

Contact Patrick

Name: Patrick Lui
Email: patrick.lui@me.com

Open: May 1 to September 30
Max Occupancy: 6 persons

Minimum Stay: 1 week between Summer Solstice to Labour Day, 3 night minimum in shoulder season

Pricing Details

$4,000/week between Summer Solstice to Labour Day
$600/ night with a 3-night minimum in May, June and September.

$175 cleaning fee on all stays less than one week.
Prices do not include 8% PST
$700 Security Deposit

Check in Sunday at 4PM
Check out Sunday at 10AM