TO BEAUTIFUL UCLUELET, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
Our custom-designed guest house is nestled in the wild and natural surroundings of the coastal rainforest and your suite overlooks Spring Cove Estuary, just stepping stones away from your door. Feel the tranquility of the tide gently ebbing and flowing and enjoy witnessing the adventures of our local wildlife. Liahona Guest House is located moments from Ucluelet harbor, where you can kayak, hire a fishing charter or take a whale watching tour. We are a short drive from the Wild Pacific Trail and Pacific Rim National Park.
The community of Ucluelet has walking and biking trails to help you view our rugged coastline and the stunning power of the Pacific Ocean. Majestic mountains, whale watching, beautiful tide pools – everywhere you turn, the beauty of nature will leave you breathless!
LIAHONA SIGNATURE LUXURY
Our suites are spacious, clean and tastefully decorated to enhance your West Coast experience. Enjoy a crackling fire by the water, as you watch the sun set over the trees. You can toast some marshmallows and listen to the calls of the sea lions and birds as you reminisce over the delights of the day.
After a day of adventure experiencing the exhilarating pacific coast, take a soothing bath in your deep soaker tub and step out into a luxury robe. Relax in your comfortable queen bed with fresh cotton linens and quality duvets. You will wake feeling invigorated and ready to re-energize. When you’re ready, come for a tasty cooked breakfast served in the dining room, with an enchanting view of the cove.
OUR MOST LUXURIOUS ACCOMODATIONS
With a private entrance overlooking Spring Cove, no details have been overlooked. Enjoy your cup of coffee at the table for two or outdoors on the patio.
Blue Heron Suite
PRIVACY + COMFORT
Bald Eagle Suite
Overlooking Spring cove, this beautiful room features a queen sized bed, sofa, and relaxing chair. Enjoy the peace and quiet and watch the wild life pass by.
Spend a little Time in paradise
Liahona Guest House offers luxurious accommodations to travellers on the west coast of Vancouver Island.