2019 Accommodations Choices
All-inclusive travel packages aren’t the only way to vacation. Are you planning on joining us for a sea kayaking trip? Pre or post trip accommodations are available both in Port McNeill and Telegraph Cove. Booking is best done months in advance of your sea kayak trip with us. Port McNeill has a wider range of accommodations and dining services than Telegraph Cove. This small town boosts four hotels, four restaurants, and five bed and breakfasts.
At the top end of the financial scale, you will find the Black Bear Resort. A step down is the Haida Way Motor Inn, and finally is the Dalewood Inn with a great sushi restaurant.
All three hotels and many bed and breakfasts are within walking distance of restaurants and the well organized harbour with the Visitor Information Centre front and center of the waterfront.
Haida Way Motor Inn
This Port McNeill, British Columbia hotel makes a great place to stay before and after our adventure trips; it’s only a five-minute walk from the ferry. It features an on-site restaurant and pub. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV are available in the guest rooms. A microwave, fridge, and coffee-making facilities are standard in Haida Way Motor Inn’s spacious rooms. The rooms are decorated with natural colours and wood furniture.
Northern Lights Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Haida Way Pub offers nightly specials and weekend entertainment. A well stocked liquor store is also onsite. Pioneer Theatre & Loft is opposite from Motor Inn Haida Way. Lower Nimpkish River Provincial Park is a 15-minute drive away. A business centre with fax and photocopying services is available. The hotel also includes a launderette.
Black Bear Resort
The Black Bear Resort Hotel is the newest property on Northern Vancouver island, offering elegant Port McNeill hotel accommodation to those joining us on our kayaking adventure vacations. This hotel is situated on the fringe of a natural forest in the heart of Port McNeill.
This stylish cedar property boasts 40 tastefully decorated guestrooms, each with stunning views of the protected harbour, Malcolm Island, and the coastal mountains of British Columbia’s mainland. The Black Bear Resort Hotel has been designed and built to provide maximum comfort for guests regardless of the season.
The Hotel is conveniently situated close to the main shopping centre of Port McNeill and is handy to various restaurants and many of the town services, including Visitor Information Centre, bank, Post Office, Drug mart, gift stores, galleries, and much more.
Cedar Park Resort
7001 Mine Rd., Port McNeill, BC
This accommodation is situated on 26 acres and features a nine-hole golf course. Access is best done by vehicle. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV are provided. Lower Nimpkish River Provincial Park is 15 km away. A microwave, fridge, and coffee-making facilities are included in each accommodation at Cedar Park Resort and Golfing. Wooden floors and a seating area are in every suite and cottage. The spacious cottages have a full kitchen. A 3 km GRAVEL ROAD leads to Cedar Park Resort. Disc golfing is available on the property. Barbecue facilities are provided for guest use.
1703 Broughton Blvd, Port McNeill, BC
Port McNeill is a 10-minute walk from the Dalewood Inn, which offers a sushi restaurant. Rooms at the hotel are equipped with microwaves. Refrigerators and coffee making facilities are standard in rooms at the Dalewood. The rooms also have cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests can get area information from the 24-hour front desk. The hotel also offers guests access to a launderette. Harbour Sushi features fresh Japanese cuisine. Fishing boat tours are available at this property.The Dalewood is a five-minute walk from the Port McNeill waterfront and marina. The hotel is a 45-minute drive from Telegraph Cove, popular for whale watching. The Dalewood is a two-minute walk from the ferry and taxi services.