Vancouver Island Accommodation: Reef Point Cottages (Ucluelet)

The rugged West Coast of Vancouver Island is home to many fantastic accommodations, one wonderful place we visited recently is Reef Point Cottages. Vancouver Island's hidden gem, Reef Point Cottages offer an exciting, intimate and self-indulging experience for those who want to explore what British Columbia’s most spectacular and natural landscape has to offer.

With clean fresh air, idyllic scenery and breathtaking activities, the Reef Point Cottages are casually situated in the middle of raw nature.

The Reef Point Cottage staff are very pleasant and are very knowledgeable in regards to things to see and do in the area. The cottage we stayed in was the luxurious two bedroom Cottage F, which is a 2 storey, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom waterfront cottage. It had a master bedroom with a king bed and another bedroom upstairs with a double as well as a pull out in the living room.

It came equipped with a full kitchen, a TV, marble, slate and hardwood flooring. Oh yeah and I can't forget about the granite counter tops, BBQ, hot tub and AMAZING view! The cottage was immaculately clean when we arrived and it was very quiet throughout the day and night. Our favourite was hot tubbing with a massive wind/rain storm happening, very exhilarating!

Phone: 1 877 726 4425
Email: info AT
1012 Peninsula Road
Ucluelet, BC, V0R 3A0
PO Box 537

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Our whole Ucluelet visit was exciting and fun, the stay at Reef Point was definitely the highlight and we hope to go back again very soon!


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