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The Wickaninnish Inn Review
On a rocky promontory with open ocean on three sides and old-growth forest as a backdrop, this cedar-sided inn is exceptional in every sense. First Nations art is elegantly showcased, and details like hand-crafted candle holders or ornamental towel rails exude a West Coast style. Every room in this Relais & Châteaux property has an ocean or beach view, fireplace, soaker tub, and private balcony. The Ancient Cedars Spa gives hot-stone massages and couples massages in mind-blowing oceanfront treatment rooms; yoga classes are held daily. The Pointe Restaurant offers Tofino's finest dining. Service and quality throughout is outstanding.
Rugged West Coast Style
With direct access to Chesterman Beach and views of the Pacific Ocean, "The Wick" showcases the rugged beauty of coastal British Columbia from a stylish perch. In summer, the rustic inn attracts surfers and beachgoers, but winter is particularly memorable at this wooded hideout. Tofino's famous storm watching season runs from November to March, and there's no better vantage point for gazing upon the roiling skies than the Wickaninnish's 75 ocean-facing rooms; award-winning Pointe Restaurant, with its 240-degree ocean view; and resort-wide driftwood chairs. Every comfort is anticipated, right down to boot-dryers and pet-friendly shower stations, and the mood is resolutely West Coast, with a fierce emphasis on environmentalism (right down to composting), community action programs, and public and private spaces done up in reclaimed Douglas Fir and local art.
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