Escape to the leisure and adventure surrounding the quaint village of Ucluelet on the West Coast of Vancouver Island.
Ucluelet has been hailed the top fishing Village but with the festival all summer long and the myriad of outdoor activities this unique place is a vacationers delight.
Bayshore Waterfront Inn is your window to nature, ideally located at the Inner Harbour (Boat Basin) at Ucluelet Marina. We feature the spectacular view of the harbour, mountains and the wildlife. Watch and enjoy sea lions, otters, seals and eagles perched on the trees from our window. Our location is perfect for those who want to kayak to the the Broken Group Island, scuba dive, fishing, whale watching or nature walks along nearby trails and beaches.
Our Inn is minutes away from Vancouver Island beautiful sandy beaches, extraordinary rainforest trails, restaurants and attractions, including Long Beach, Barkley Sound , Pacific Rim National Park, Ucluelet Aquarium and Tofino Village.
Relax in our spacious, modern and clean suites with kitchen, electric fireplace, flat screen TV, free WiFi and barbeque on the patio.
Our deluxe king suite features a hand crafted mahogany four poster king size bed and offers a magnificent view of Ucluelet Bay and the Government Dock. It also offers good viewing for sea lions, seals and eagles.
“Amazing room and huge balcony with a lovely view over the harbor. Huge bathroom. Very clean and comfortable! Would come back any time.”
“Very nice and courteous lady owner. Will definitely stay again if coming to this area.”
“Love room 202. Beautiful comfy 4 poster king bed, room has a very nice sitting area, furniture very attractive. Great balcony with views over fishing boats, water and mountains. Booked for 2 nights, extended it to 4 we enjoyed it so much. Walking distance to many good eating places.”
“Very quiet location. Our room had a balcony overlooking the harbor. Fresh cut flowers provided in the living room. Nicely appointed rooms. Full kitchen with microwave.”
“The bed was so comfortable, I want to buy one for my home. Manager was personable – watched him set his crab traps and fend off a sea lion.”