Top 10 Most Unique Accommodations In BC

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Why fly out of the province when you have the most unique backyard on the entire planet?

Flight Network has released their first annual list of the most unique accommodations across Canada. The Canadian travel agency evaluated close to 100 hotels, lodges and cabins to determine the most unusual and intriguing places for travelers to spend the night.

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British Columbia nabbed a total of 10 spots on a list of 25.

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Free Spirit Spheres, Quallicum Beach

What better way to spend the night than in a whimsical treehouse, meant for adults? The handcrafted spheres hang high with the trees, suspended from a web of rope.

 

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Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Tofino

On of BC’s gems—stay in Tofino at this luxurious resort that can only be reached by seaplane or boat. It’s known as the perfect “glamping” experience. The secluded tents offer elegant home decor and heated floors.

 

For a unique travel experience—stay in a yurt, which is a circular tent often used by nomads. The yurts allow you to stay amongst the nature, looking out at a beautiful landscape and it's close to plenty of walking trails.

Soule Creek Lodge, Port Renfrew

For a unique travel experience—stay in a yurt, which is a circular tent often used by nomads. The yurts allow you to stay amongst the nature, looking out at a beautiful landscape and is close to plenty of walking trails.

 

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Goldenwood Lodge Teepees, Golden

Experience a true Canadian stay in a teepee overlooking the Rockies, tucked away in nature. Each teepee comes with its own picnic table and firepit, for a more comfortable and cozy camping experience.

 

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Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver

Take your experience at the aquarium one step further by opting to stay after hours. You can fall asleep infront of the belugas, sharks, fish and lots of other mesmerizing members of marine life.

 

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Sonora Resort, Sonora Island

Showcasing some of BC’s most beautiful sights—this resort is nestled in the rainforest of Desolation Sound. The lodges offer a glimpse into Island wildlife, with bear-spotting opportunities!

 

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Rockwater Secret Cove Resort, Halfmoon Bay

Stay in one of their secluded tree houses in the middle of the woods, overlooking the stunning Halfmoon Bay. Each room has a private patio and a soaker tub for you to get some much needed quiet time and relax.

 

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The Float House Inn, Bella Coola

A little piece of paradise! Located in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, you can float around in style on a rustic wooden houseboat—surrounded by beautiful BC scenery.

 

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Mineral Springs Resort, Salt Spring Island

Each little chalet has its own access to the famous healing mineral waters of Salt Spring Island. It’s the only accommodation on the Island to offer this exclusive opportunity, while it also provides a relaxing and cozy atmosphere for your stay.

 

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Tweedsmuir Park Lodge, Bella Coola

If you want to get up close and personal with some bears, this is the place to be! The lodge is set on 60 acres of private land within BC’s largest protected provincial park. Have an authentic Canadian experience by staying in a place where bears can be seen lounging on the lawn.

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