Love Yurts

Wake up on the wa­ter­front in Ucluelet.

Vancouver Magazine - - Travel Summer Getaways -

› œ ž ž book ac­com­mo­da­tion in “Ukey” be­cause To£no is too busy or too ex­pen­sive, but you’ll love your stay along this less touristed penin­sula…es­pe­cially if you’ve checked into a quirky-cozy yurt at Wya Point Re­sort. The small two-per­son wa­ter­front yurts with wra­paround cedar decks start at $135 per night, and you can bring the dog along, to boot. When you’re not beach­comb­ing or scour­ing Ucluelet’s craggy ocean rocks for crit­ters, a trip to the Am­phitrite Point Light­house serves up some laid-back sight­see­ing with loop­ing walks along less-than-three­k­ilo­me­tre sec­tions of the Wild Paci c Trail, each with scenic look­outs that peek out at the coast. This trip you’re cook­ing most of your own meals, but treat your­self to a very Vancouver-cal­i­bre farm-to-table din­ner (where the catch of the day comes from Ucluelet £shmon­gers) at homey wine-bar-chic Nor­woods.— Ju­lia Dil­worth

June 2/3

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