accommodation on Haida Gwaii, (Queen Charlotte Islands) TOW HILL RD - swanky cabins on North Beach within Naikoon Park, BC, Canada
We offer four cabins on North Beach Haida Gwaii, located on the oceanside of Tow Hill Rd within Naikoon Park. All four are self-contained, off-grid — and provide so much more than the ubiquitous light switch — including easy access to a phenomenal beach.
Our first cabin/cottage is called the Sweetypie for obvious reasons. Our second cabin is named the Whale House for it's whale motif. Our third, and largest, cabin Ravenshoe was completed June 2011 and offers stupendous ocean views. The fourth, the Frogmore, completed June 2012, with an addition added in 2014, is the newest of our four getaways. The Ravenshoe and the Sweetypie are on the beach and have unimpeded views. The Whale House is a short walk to the beach and the Frogmore has ocean view from the porch.
Our completely self-contained off-grid cabin/cottages sit on the sand dunes of North Beach off Tow Hill Rd., about 9km before Tow Hill and 16 km past Masset. Just bring yourself, ice for the supplied cooler and something for the BBQ. Check-in at the office, it's the house on the hill.
At low tide there are razor clams to dig by the bucketful all summer, and plenty of crabs to net. Every cabin has a dedicated crab pot, and a clam shove, should you wish. The beach is sand, and perfectly safe for kids as there are no currents or riptides. Bring your wet suits and gear or check out the local surf shop www.northbeachsurfshop.com. Because we are in the Pacific flyway for migrating birds, there are many species of shore and sea birds. The Island bird count is around 175 types, including the Sea Eagle. There are deer everywhere. Bears inhabit the island but not the beaches. Beach fires can be made at the tide line from driftwood. Wonderful sunsets and long twilight are the rule as the sun drops into the ocean.
We are open May through September — Prices range from $110-$170/cabin. Book early.
More sandy beach than you can run in a day.
Start at your front door
Lisa Sweanor/Rich Schultz
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come see sea shells by our sea shore