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Mountain Springs Lakeside Retreat

Quietly nestled at the foot of Mt. McGwire, next to a spring fed lake; construction of this two bedroom, two story Mountain Retreat Chalet was just completed this year. Private and secluded yet with all the amenities of modern living.

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Phone: (250) 642-6541
Toll-Free: 1-888-642-6541
Address:
288 Beecher Bay Rd, Sooke BC Canada, V9Z 1B7
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Description

Quietly nestled at the foot of Mt. McGwire, next to a spring fed lake; construction of this two bedroom, two story Mountain Retreat Chalet was just completed this year. Private and secluded yet with all the amenities of modern living.

This new secluded vacation home with hot tub/spa and fireplace rests beside a private spring-fed lake. The property is adjacent to East Sooke Park’s 3,500 acres of beaches and famous hiking trails on the west coast of the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Swim, canoe, row, or fish for rainbow trout.

The chalet is the only home on the lake meaning it is exclusively private, quiet and peaceful. Making this home the perfect honeymoon or romantic getaway! We have both sunny and shady areas for you to relax on our well-maintained lawns. For you convenience there is a large parking area. Our spring water is good for drinking and in-season we provide you fresh organic vegetables as a welcoming gift. Our property is allergy free, with no down bedding and no pets. We have a washer and dryer provided in house for you.

On our grounds you can find all kinds of wildlife. Resident Blue Herons, Eagles, Kingfishers, Deer, Rainbow Trout, Crayfish and more make their home here. Turkey vultures and peregrine falcons gather in East Sooke Park for their annual migrations. This is a bird-watchers paradise!

There is no traffic, no street lights, no mosquitoes and no fog. The perfect home away from home.

 

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