Looking to plan a staycation sometime soon? These stunning BC cabins offer the perfect opportunity to get away from the city and unwind, over March Break or otherwise. Whether you want to curl up with a loved one or go on an intense outdoor adventure, these spots offer some of the most beautiful scenery in the province to do either or both.
So with that in mind, here are 5 scenic cabins you can stay at in BC this spring.
Sugar Bear Cove
This stunning Airbnb comes with 10 acres of beachfront property and views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca & Olympic Mountains. Unwind with the ocean at your side at your own private beach, or do a bit of exploring throughout the network of trails on the property and beyond. There are also plenty of outdoor activities to add to your itinerary, including fishing, kayaking, cycling, and surfing.
Where: Shirley (15 minutes from Sooke)
Secluded cabin above the clouds
This Kelowna cabin has all the trappings of a romantic getaway. Seclusion in the forest, private patio and balcony, and cozy living space perfect for two. If you’re looking for a lake day option that won’t hurt your wallet, this stay is a great pick, situated 25 minutes away from the Gem Lake lift at Big White.
Tiny Home by the Sea – Quadra Island
At just shy of $100 a night, this tiny home on Quadra Island is one of the greatest bangs for your buck on this list. With a private deck with an ocean view and a table for two, it’s the perfect place for a pair to unwind after a full day of adventuring.
Where: Francisco Point
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Beautiful log cabin on a private lakefront
Classified as a “farm stay,” this cozy cabin is perfect for two guests, situated in Lac la Hache on Helena Lake Ranch. The 200-acre ranch boasts rainbow trout fishing, hiking, canoeing and endless opportunities for wildlife viewing year-round.
The cabin is off-the-grid but is located adjacent to a small town if you need to pick up some basics. Guests have access to their own waterfront/beach area, fire pit, picnic table, canoe and paddles, and snowshoes during the winter months for trekking.
Where: Lac la Hache
Owl’s Perch Treehouse
And last but not least, we come to one of the coolest-looking treehouses we’ve found in BC. Owl’s Perch stands 30 feet high among the trees, with a giant deck overlooking the Salish Sea and stunning views right from your loft bedroom window. And if you’re quick enough, you can snag this cozy spot for a day or two this month.
And that’s a wrap on some stunning BC cabins to check out this spring. Whether you’re planning a March Break getaway or looking ahead to summer, these are some great options!
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