Situated on the rugged southwest coast of Vancouver Island, we look across the Straight of Juan de Fuca to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Hike the trails to several private beaches or cross a log bridge to the rocky point.Reserve Now
Choose from twenty-five cabins at Point No Point Resort, all with kitchens, fireplaces and stunning ocean views. Our more rustic cabins were built in the 1950s and though we have updated them for comfort, they still retain their original charm.
Situated on the rugged southwest coast of Vancouver Island, we look across the Straight of Juan de Fuca to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Hike the trails to several private beaches or cross a log bridge to the rocky point. We also have a private beach house at the eastern most trail where you can tuck in out of the rain and warm yourself next to the fire. There you’ll find lots of classic Adirondack arm chairs just begging for someone to relax with a good book or a pair of binoculars.
Fireplaces. Hot tubs. Crashing surf. Think you can handle it?
Our restaurant is open daily, with indoor seating for thirty-four and there’s always enough binoculars to go around so you can keep a sharp eye while enjoying your meal. Lunch is served daily from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. Our lunch menu includes a variety of west coast seafood, homemade soups, hearty sandwiches and fresh salads. Dinner is served Wednesday through Sunday from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Checkout the daily dinner menu and reserve a table for a sunset view and a meal to remember. Our chef, Jason Nienaber and Sous chef Ian Carr, continuously delight guests with their creative and unique use of locally sourced organic foods.
Check out our new luxury vacation home — the Bridge House at Point no Point. You’ll be amazed at the house and our special introductory rates!