Located in Trinity on the Bonavista Peninsula, this unique property features a selection of historic shorefront buildings comprising guest rooms and self-catering holiday homes. At the heart of the Inn is The Twine Loft, which houses the reception area, lounge and restaurant.
This ocean-side wilderness camp is strategically situated in Skull Cove on Branham Island, some 40km north of Vancouver Island’s Port Hardy, and offers spacious canvas-walled tents that are raised on wooden platforms made from locally milled cedar.
Built in 1907 in the French Renaissance style, this 429 room hotel features elegant marble floors, high ceilings and a number of antiques which help it live up to its name as a stately castle in the heart of Ottawa.
An intrinsically Newfoundland retreat, the award-winning Fogo Island Inn has been carefully designed around the rugged landscape and combines warm hospitality with contemporary architecture and amenities.
Klahoose Wilderness Resort sits on the edge of the tranquil Homfray Channel, surrounded by lush rainforest and the rugged Coast Mountains. Owned by the Klahoose First Nation, the resort’s strong indigenous ties set it apart from other wilderness lodges.
The coastal village of Klemtu is home to the 12 room Spirit Bear Lodge, which is owned by the Kitasoo/Xai'xais First Nations communities and is built in the style of the West Coast's First Nations heritage.