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Me and my wife have spent a week at Rich and Lisa’s “All the beach you can eat” cabins on Haida Gwaii twice. All their cabins are works of art with great views of the Pacific, and on a good day you can see Alaska...More
Incredible stay at All the Beach You Can Eat. This was our second visit—the first time we stayed in the Whale House, which is cozy and cute and just a two minute walk down to the beach. But this time we got to split our...More
We spent four nights here in mid-August and loved it from the moment we set eyes on it. Whale House is clean, spacious, comfortable and well-appointed; far beyond our expectations. Off-the-grid but not roughing it. Efficient woodstove, plenty of solar lights for reading, private hot...More
Whale cabin is right by the road so we heard trucks barreling by as late as 12:30am and then again at 6am. Too squishy for the 6 of us with no place to sit and eat. Next time, I would choose a cabin near the...More
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Response from Lisa S, Owner at All The Beach You Can EatResponded August 2, 2018
For the first time in 12 years we feel compelled to respond to a rating. When the booking was made you were informed that 6 people in the Whalehouse would be tight and that there was a second cabin available. You responded that you had...More
We visited All The Beach You Can Eat September 2016 as a couple and this time brought our children with us to share in Lisa and Rich's treasure! We stayed in Sweetypie and Ravenshoe 5 adults and 2 dogs for 5 nights. As the ferry...More
Response from Swanky15831 | Property representative |
Absolutely. Installed three last summer. Sweetypie gets one this summer. It's heated with propane. Pressure comes from either gravity or a pump.. It is rain water dependent so we ask that people keep them sweet and short... More
Absolutely. Installed three last summer. Sweetypie gets one this summer. It's heated with propane. Pressure comes from either gravity or a pump.. It is rain water dependent so we ask that people keep them sweet and short. Rate/cabin on the website. Open May through September.