An intimate lodge with a friendly and cosy atmosphere.
Located on Berry Island in the Queen Charlotte Strait, on the southern border of the Great Bear Rainforest and adjacent to Broughton Archipelago Marine Park.
Accommodation & Facilities
Eight of the lodge's suites are located onshore, each with en-suite bathroom, wood-burning stove and two queen-sized beds. Four more suites are floating accommodations accessed by a wooden walkway, each with a private bathroom. All of the comfortable and well-appointed rooms incorporate cedar and other natural materials into their design, while the local artwork adds to the distinctive West Coast feel. There is also a sizable and comfortable communal area which boasts a lounge, bar and dining room, complete with wood panelling and large windows which offer a fantastic view of the surrounding waters and forested hills.
Guests can enjoy sumptuous meals served in the lodge's dining room, enjoying freshly caught fish and a selection of wines grown right here in British Columbia.
Farewell Harbour's location means there are a wealth of activities to enjoy here. Guests wishing to take to the water can do so by boat, kayak or paddle board, searching for the whales, dolphins, seals and sea lions that can be found swimming through the straits and inlets here. Both black and brown bears (as well as the rare spirit bear) can be seen searching for food at the water's edge or walking through the Great Bear Rainforest to the north, and bear-viewing excursions are understandably one of the top attractions here. For those wanting to take it easy, fishing offers a great way to unwind while taking in the local scenery. You can also choose to head inland either on foot or on the back of a mountain bike,
while the 10-acre private forest on Berry Island provides the perfect place to take in the natural surroundings at your own pace.
Farewell Harbour Lodge caters to children aged 10 and above.