Fodor's Expert Review Wya Point Resort

2695 Tofino-Ucluelet Hwy. , Ucluelet, British Columbia, V0R 3A0, Canada

Choose from ocean-view cedar cottages, rustic yurts, or a family-friendly campground at this new resort-style development tucked into 600 acres of coastal rain forest between Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Opened in 2013 on a traditional village site by the Ucluelet First Nation, the resort's setting includes a pristine, previously inaccessible stretch of sandy beach and rocky headlands. Nine lofty one- and two-bedroom cottages built of locally harvested woods have cedar beams, winding staircases, ocean-side decks, custom-made furniture, traditional hand-carved house posts, and stunning views of the crashing surf. Full kitchens, heated floors, gas fireplaces, and leather sofas keep things cozy year-round. Also on-site, nine beach-side yurts and a campsite offer fun, family-friendly budget accommodations. The resort's reception area and a convenience store are at the Tofino-Ucluelet junction on Highway 4, about a mile from the resort.

PROS

  • stunning views
  • free Wi-Fi
  • swimmable beach

CONS

  • no restaurant or spa (though both are in the works)

Location

QUICK FACTS

Rental
Green, Views, Family
Casual
On the beach
Local Flavor
$$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 250-726–2625 | 844-352–6188

HOTEL DETAILS

9 lodges, 15 yurts
Rate Includes: No meals

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