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Point No Point Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • remote and scenic
  • self-contained cottages assure privacy
  • good restaurant

    Cons

  • remote
  • no phones or TVs

Point No Point Resort Review

About 15 miles west of Sooke, this cabin compound overlooks a long stretch of private beach, Juan de Fuca Strait, and the Olympic Mountains; no wonder the 24 rooms are often booked well ahead by repeat visitors. The one- and two-bedroom cabins—in single, duplex, and quad units—range from the original 1952 log cabins to high-ceilinged modern cottages. Every unit has a kitchen, a fireplace or woodstove, a water view, and a deck; most have private water-view hot tubs. The place is well-known for its little glassed-in restaurant, perched high above the ocean; binoculars at each table help with whale spotting while you dine.

    Hotel Details

  • 24 cabins, 1 4-bedroom house
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Restaurant closed for dinner Mon. and Tues., and on weekdays in Jan.
Updated: 05-09-2012

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