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    Hidden Cove Lodge

    • Free Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    Apr 2 Apr 3
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    1 Hidden Cove Rd | PO Box 258, Port McNeill, British Columbia V0N 2R0, Canada
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    All reviews black bear the owner dan jetty nature wildlife
    Reviewed 4 January 2013

    Great location with wildlife on the doorstep. Good base for exploring the north of Vancouver Island. Kayaking, whale watching and bear watching trips available nearby. It is possible to arrange pickup from the lodge's own jetty for bear/whale watching. Rooms plain but very comfortable and...More

    Reviewed 3 November 2012

    We spent two weeks on Vancouver Island and our stay at Hidden Cove was definitely the highlight of the trip. The south end of the island (Victoria and Tofino) are certainly more touristy and busy. Hidden Cove Lodge is remote but easy to get to,...More

    Reviewed 12 October 2012

    We stayed here for three nights in September, the weather was great and the wildlife viewing was wonderful, bears on the beach, raccoons on the balcony, and whale watching trips available out of Telegraph Cove (25 mins drive away) However, as an hotel it felt...More

    Reviewed 6 October 2012

    visited this 'rustic' hand built lodge 4 years ago and returned again to renew ou aquaintance with the bears didnt see them this time but the were about whilst we were out. stayed in the cabin again - very adequate with perfect views of all...More

    Reviewed 5 October 2012

    The lodge, incredibly, was built by the owner (Dan)...a testimony to his determination to succeed. If you are looking for a modern, sophisticated establishment this lodge is not for you. It is rustic, the rooms in the hotel part are very small, with a need...More

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    Room/Suite (13)
    View from Room (9)
    Dining (6)
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    Tricia B
    can we kayak to see orca whales from here?
    18 May 2016|
    Response from 00ladyk | Reviewed this property |
    I would think so, when we went on Stubbs whale tour from telegraph cove we did see kayakers, may be worth contacting via email one of the Canada visitor centres the staff are really helpful and can probably direct you to... More
    Can you get a boat or float plane here from Vancouver?
    10 July 2014|
    Answer Show all 2 answers
    Response from HIDCL | Property representative |
    Kenmore Air has float planes available from Vancouver. In the past, they have flown right up to our dock. However, most people choose to rent a car in Vancouver and take the ferry over, then drive up to the Lodge... More
    How much are the bear trips please
    10 July 2014|
    Answer Show all 3 answers
    Response from HIDCL | Property representative |
    Tide Rip offers grizzly tours for $299 per person plus tax. The tour leaves at 7am and returns at 4pm.
    Room Tips
    "Request rom No 5, which is probably the quietest with good views!"
    Kitwe50, 5 months agoRead review
    "piece and quiet offered like nowhere else"
    RP-Netherlands, 5 months agoRead review
    "If you need quiet or more privacy, there are several cottages on the property also."
    Sara C, 7 months agoRead review
    "Further down the hall will be quieter in the morning."
    TVBG, 8 months agoRead review
    "Room 5 had great view out over the cove"
    KerrieSacco , over a year agoRead review
    "Ours was No 4 which looked out ove the Cove. There are two cabins which are a bit separated from the Lodge..."
    Tony M, over a year agoRead review
    "Cabin 1 and 2 are tucked away from the main lodge overlooking the ocean with a large deck. Take them if you..."
    peg0, over a year agoRead review
    "They are all good"
    HjbToulouse, over a year agoRead review
    "For McKay Whale watching trips ( normally departing from port McNeil) and Tide Rip Grizzly Bear viewing trips..."
    swalkKent, over a year agoRead review
    "Cottage no.2 is spotlessly clean and all furnishings look brand new!"
    Liza E, over a year agoRead review
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