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Self contained ocean front cabins located on the north west tip of Nootka Island. 112 Acres of private land with ocean at your doorstep and a lake at the backyard. Excellent kayaking, hiking, fishing and just relaxing. Something for everyone in your...
Price Range:
$150-249
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Furnished Home. 2br 2 bath - large art studio downstairs. Spectacular views. Avail Nov-May 2007. $700/mo + util. Call 575 758-0311 Nov-May
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Situated near the wilderness community of Port McNeill (Vancouver Island North), the Cedar Park Resort offers you cottage accommodations (rental cabins), RV camping sites with 30 amp service, golfing on a 9 hole, par 3 golf course and a family...
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Ecoscapes Cabins provides a truly unique nature-based holiday experience. Close to beaches, rainforests, hiking, fishing and more, come stay in our cozy, comfortable and tastefully decorated cabins today.
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A quiet retreat or a base for the many outdoor activites in the area, we offer 6 fully equiped 1 or 2 bedroom rustic cottages. Pet and child friendly.
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A Restored Seaside Heritage Home in a West Coast Fishing Village. Views from every window of Oceans, Mountains, Forests and Gardens.
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We offer 14 modern & tastefully renovated cabins each with fresh paint, hardwood floors, electric fireplaces, new furniture and beds with cozy duvets. The cabins feature fully equipped kitchens, high speed wireless internet access & cable...
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Quiet, Clean Accommodations For The Adventurous AT Heart. Come Explore The Historic Land Of The Maquinna.
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Rent this newly restored 2 bedroom, fully equipped, vacation unit overlooking beautiful Johnstone Straits. Sleeps 7 with 3 queen size beds and 1 cot. We are located within the old customs house building (1914) downtown Alert Bay right across the...
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Rent a fully furnished 2 bedroom condo in the village. Great mountain views. All ammenities within walking distance. Great hiking and fishing.
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