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All The Beach You Can Eat

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Swanky off-grid Beach cabins
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Free Parking
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Non-Smoking Hotel
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15831 Tow Hill Rd Bc, Masset, British Columbia V0T 1M0 Canada
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Masset Airport15 km
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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 in the distance. The beach is right there with ever changing
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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 time right down on the beach between the Sweetypie and the
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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,
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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 beach. Not the getaway we had hoped for! Nevertheless Lisa and Rich
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Response from Lisa S, Owner at All The Beach You Can Eat
Responded Aug. 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 a camper and that you could sleep extra people in it if needed. I said that the Whalehouse had appropriate parking for that. The Whalehouse table has two wings that fold out and four chairs. Your two teenage daughters were charged at the under 12 rate essentially giving you a $40 discount. As we make clear on the website the whale house is close to the road. A disadvantage but advantageous for those wanting their vehicle close. Tow Hill Road has the most traffic in July and August as the area becomes more discovered by tourism. Also, during low summer tides local traffic increases because of the fabulous crabbing. Unfortunately some drivers speed of which we have no control. Rich has been planning to put up a SLOW DOWN NUDIST CAMP AHEAD in the hopes of affecting this.
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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 from Prince Rupert arrived early in the morning
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There are 6 or 7 cabins at All The Beach You Can Eat so more than enough to accomodate you all in 3 separate cabins. We were a family of 5 adults with 2 dogs so we occupied the 2 cabins on the beach Sweetypie and Ravenshoe which in my opinion are the best (but all of the cabins are great). Make sure that you reserve as soon as possible to get what you want as they are in demand. Lisa is great and very accommodating as we had to change our dates a few times because the ferry schedules and Gwaii Haanas excursion dates needed to be coordinated.
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Are you open year round my darlings !? Love and light
Maybe 1 day. For now, open May close end of September, roughly..
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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.
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"Sweetypie has the best view of the ocean!!"
"All the cabins are a short trail walk to the beach but try for a beachfront."
"Sweetypie is right on the beach for the best view."
"Both rooms were great but Ravenshoe provided the beach experience and was a bit more luxurious."
"Spend the extra money for the Ravenshoe cabin"
CanadaBritish ColumbiaHaida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands)Graham IslandMasset
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