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Accommodation in British Columbia

Glen Lyon Inn
Surrounded by ocean water, leaping fish, green trees and flying eagles, Glen Lyon Inn, a newly expanded and furnished modern hotel is a paradise for every tourist and business traveler.Welcome to a waterfront hotel with modern facilities on beautiful Northern Vancouver Island. All rooms and suites face Hardy Bay.

From your balcony, watch the fish jumping at the mouth of the Glen Lyon River during spawning season. Listen to waves of the ocean in the night and be sure to bring your camera and lots of film to take pictures of the majestic Bald Eagles nesting on the trees, flying over the sail boats and resting on the beach.

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Alder Bay Resort
Relax and enjoy the fabulous North Island scenery. Experience spectacular sunsets, watch eagles soar and whales swim by your doorstep. Salmon fishing and bottom fishing are minutes away - the ideal location for the ideal holiday.

Stroll the boardwalk in nearby Telegraph Cove or visit historic Alert Bay. Experience the thrill of a whale watching tour, explore the Broughton Archipelago in a kayak or visit the traditional First Nations village for a barbeque lunch and native dancing.

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Telegraph Cove Resort
You'll love our cozy cabins along the boardwalk and nestled among the trees, our camping in the forest and the fully equipped RV campground complete with showers and laundry facilities.

Not only can you enjoy the beautiful setting of Telegraph Cove, but you can complete your experience by lodging in one of the many cabins too. These unique cabins have often been referred to by historians and by the decendents of the families that lived here many years ago. The buildings have kept their original charm from the past with the old "unimproved" look on the exterior and a fresh new modernized decor on the interior.

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Broughton Manor
Orginally built in Port Moody (near Vancouver, British Columbia), the manor was transported in the 1950s by barge up the inside passage of Vancouver Island to its current location. The three storey manor rests snuggly along the shoreline, protected from the full force of the west coast environment, yet providing an easy window into the natural richness of this unique area.

Inside of the Manor you will find tasteful interior designs, intriguing architecture, oak hardwood floors, a sunken living room, a family-size dining area and comfortable bed-rooms. Outside you have access to a balcony, a garden, ample parking and the beach.

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Ev's Bunkhouse on the Beach
Relax in the hot tub overlooking Broughton Strait and enjoy the occasional view of cruise ships from Alaska, whales and porpoise surfacing, eagles fishing, seals, river otters, loons and all kinds of sea birds in their natural habitat.

Evening bonfires on beach with marshmallow roasts, full home cooked breakfast, luxurious Queen Beds, all rooms have private entrances and private baths.

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Tranquil Space B&B
Private entrances, self-serve breakfast, large recreation room, television in room, cooking facilities, laundry facilities, group rates available.

Enjoy peace and privacy at the Tranquil Space Bed & Breakfast in pristine Port McNeill. Our village overlooks the cruise ship passage and the ferry to Sointula and Alert Bay. A centre for outdoor activity, Port McNeill offers access to golf, diving, kayaking, caving, whale-watching and much more.

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Seeview B & B.
Located in the heart of downtown Port McNeill, this 5000 square foot Austrian Chalet offers much more than a room with a view. As a guest, you are encouraged to make yourself at home during your stay at Seeview B & B.

In the evening sit back in front of a cozy fireplace, enjoy some refreshments from the bar and gaze out at the scenic splendor of the Inside Passage. Eagles ride the wind and cruise ships sail past the rugged Coast Mountains, their snowcaps tinged with the pinks and purples of our fabulous sunsets.

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Soaring Eagles B&B
Full breakfasts of homemade breads, rolls, muffins, jams and jellies served on the sundeck (weather permitting) or in the main dining room.

Your suite has one bedroom with double bed and a queen sized haida bed and a private bathroom with shower. There is a private entrance to your suite, and inside amenities include a small fridge, microwave, wok, complete kitchen, outside BBQ, TV and VCR.

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Oceanview B & B
Welcome to Oceanview B & B. Here you will find a home away from home where the atmosphere is warm and friendly. Your hosts are Bob & Chantal, (hostess speaks french). Our home has a spectacular view of the ocean and snow covered mountains. We are only a 5-10 minute walk to the ocean and downtown area.

Sit outside and enjoy the wonderful ocean view, or stroll through the garden and sit by the pond and enjoy the waterfall and goldfish swimming about. It is very quiet and a peaceful place to sit and relax.

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Catala B & B
Located in a quiet residential area "on the bay" in Port Hardy, BC, Catala is a clean, comfortable, quiet home for your stay. Watch eagles, seals and a multitude of other birds and sea life frolic in and around the bay. All this while enjoying your continental breakfast from a beautifully appointed sunroom.

For those of you interested in Fishing, Whale Watching, Diving, Sightseeing, Kayaking, or Camping, Port Hardy is known for having some of the best the west coast has to offer. If it's Beachcombing our west coast beaches for Japanese Glass Fishing Floats, some spectacular Local Hiking, or a Harbour Cruise, we can provide you with a west coast adventure you will truly treasure.

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