Middle Beach Lodge
Spectacularly perched on 40 acres of secluded West Coast oceanfront, Middle Beach Lodge features almost a mile of quiet beach, rugged headlands, two magnificent lodges, and twenty rustic self-contained cabins. This tranquil, natural domain offers the perfect sanctuary for those seeking a quiet retreat to the wilderness. It is the perfect setting for enjoying the super natural beauty of British Columbia and for getting away from it all.
When designing the lodges and choosing the building sites, the owners were careful to cause minimum disturbance to the natural landscape. The first lodge to be built at Middle Beach – the Lodge at the Beach – features classic West Coast architecture in its use of heavy timbers and classic board and batten cedar siding. Warm comfortable sleeping accommodations are grouped around exquisite oceanfront lounges in a decor of rustic West Coast simplicity, all built using recycled wood from the local area. Two years later, construction begun upon the second lodge – the Lodge at the Headlands. Again, careful efforts in the construction planning has resulted in the lovely cabins sitting amongst virtually undisturbed natural scenery.
The first 26 rooms are part of the Lodge at the Beach. These include either upper or ground floor rooms, with forest or ocean views. Most of the rooms also have private balconies and one has a kitchenette area. The Lodge at the Headland comprises rooms 27-64, and has a more varied array or accommodations available, including upper and lower floor lodge rooms, suites and single or double individual cabins. All rooms come with either forest or ocean views, and the majority have balconies and kitchenettes as well as jacuzzi baths in the cabins.
The lodges have breakfast rooms, lounge areas and there is a dinner restaurant overlooking the ocean boasting wonderful sunset views. The many different room categories boast different facilities, but all have ensuite bathrooms with amenities, and modern comforts. Some categories offer kitchenettes, and cabins come with balconies and jacuzzi baths.
Several species of whales and bears can be spotted in the nearby areas surrounding the lodge, as well as a host of other wildlife.
Many activities and excursions are available from the lodge. Stand up paddle boarding, beach yoga, SUP yoga, sea kayaking and surfing can be enjoyed from the lodge. Additionally, excursions to visit the nearby hot springs or attempt whale and bear watching can be organised. Alternatively, visit the nearby town of Tofino which ha a strong surf vibe and offers many culinary and cultural attractions.
Please note that whilst the lodge has a dining are offering dinners, these are only served Tuesdays-Sundays during peak season and on limited nights in the low season. Enquire with front desk staff during your stay to reserve dinners or organise other nearby options.
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