10 Cheap Cabins in British Columbia For Staycations Under $126

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Feeling like a little getaway in your own backyard that is easy on the wallet? We’ve got you covered. These cheap BC staycations are a good excuse to go off-the-grid for a day or two.

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Micro Cabin in Robert’s Creek

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For just $70 per night, you can stay in this cozy 125-square-foot tiny house. It’s conveniently located on the Sunshine Coast in Robert’s Creek—so it’s just a stone’s throw away. It can accommodate two people with one bed. Explore the artwork on the Robert’s Creek Pier and many trails in the area. Or just play board games and read in the adorable little space.

A-Frame Cabin in Sechelt

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Also on the Sunshine Coast, find this gem in Sechelt. This little cabin feels more like a treehouse and will give you the most relaxing wilderness retreat. It costs $119 per night to stay in this adorable cabin. It can accommodate two guests with one bedroom and a bathroom.

Waterfront Cottage in Nanaimo

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It’s as cozy inside as it looks on the outside. Stay in this adorable cabin in Nanaimo for just $75 per night. It can sleep up to two guests with one bedroom. The handcrafted cottage overlooks Newcastle Island Park so there’s plenty to do and see if you love being outdoors.

Rixen Creek Mini Cottage

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Escape to BC’s quaint town of Nelson and stay in this little spot nestled in the lush woods. The tiny house costs $52 per night and can sleep up to two guests with one bedroom. Believe it or not, this tiny little cabin has 19 windows. It’s super bright and cozy—you’ll never want to leave!

Macaulay Point Guesthouse in Esquimalt

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The guesthouse can sleep up to four guests with two beds in a studio-style space. It also only costs $68 per night. It has a private courtyard entry and you will find Macaulay Point oceanfront park mere metres away. Find this little slice of heaven in Esquimalt, which is on Vancouver Island.

Harbour Hideout in Ucluelet

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You can stay in this serene spot for $125 a night. It can sleep up to six guests with one bedroom and three beds. The cedar guest house can be found just off of the Ucluelet harbour on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. It’s just a five minute walk to town, local beaches and the popular Wild Pacific Trail.

Big Tree Cottage on Quadra Island

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A cabin in the woods, quite literally. Spend the night here for $100. It sleeps up to six guests with two bedrooms and three beds. It’s extremely private so if a secluded feel is what you’re looking for—this is it. There’s even an outdoor bathtub for two. Plus, lots of biking trails and hiking to take on in the beautiful area of Quadra Island.

Stargazer Sleeping Loft in Tofino

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Get a private room in a treehouse for $108 per night. It’s located in one of the most stunning places in BC—Tofino. Chase the sunset, watch the waves crash onto the shore or go forest bathing in one of the scenic trails. It can sleep up to two guests with one bedroom. The cozy rooftop studio has a glass roof, so you can fall asleep under the stars for a truly magical experience.

Cozy Self-Contained Cabin in Pemberton

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This tiny house can actually sleep four guests with two beds. It only costs $59 per night and it’s in Pemberton, so near all the hiking trails and Whistler. It’s close to several lakes and biking and hiking trails. It’s also on five acres of farmland for a truly relaxing getaway in nature.

Forest Garden Cottage in Powell River

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Visit Powell River to find this guesthouse by the ocean that can sleep up to four guests with one bedroom for $110 per night. The remote property is an oasis of tranquility near a quiet ocean inlet. Go kayaking off of Desolation Sound to soak up all beautiful sights.

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