#21 Chateau de Gino

thefrenchgirl All Property, Hypoallergenic, No Pet

Chateau de Gino1
Chateau de Gino2
Chateau de Gino main kitchen/living area
Chateau de Gino7
Chateau de Gino living area
Chateau de Gino8
Chateau de Gino9
Chateau de Gino bedroom
Chateau de Gino bathroom
#21 Chateau de Gino
Chateau de Gino13
Chateau de Gino fire pit
Chateau de Gino front view
21-Chateau-De-Gino-Map
Chateau de Gino1      Chateau de Gino2      Chateau de Gino main kitchen/living area      Chateau de Gino7      Chateau de Gino living area      Chateau de Gino8      Chateau de Gino9      Chateau de Gino bedroom      Chateau de Gino bathroom      #21 Chateau de Gino      Chateau de Gino13      Chateau de Gino fire pit      Chateau de Gino front view      21-Chateau-De-Gino-Map

From: $130 - $175
  • No Pet
    Hypoallergenic
  • Sleep Up to 4 (Using sofa bed)
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathroom: 1

Sleeping Arrangements

Bedroom #1: 1 Queen Bed
Living room: 1 Sofa Bed

Description

Chateau de Gino Is one of our Hypoallergenic accommodation in Port Renfrew with all synthetic duvets and pillows, smoke free and pets free. The Chateau can accomodate two comfortably or a family of four. It features a fully equipped kitchen with a gas cooking stove, queen size bed, double hide-a-bed in living area and full bathroom. Flat screen T.V. with DVD player, WiFi & Netflix also available. Outside an outdoor propane heather on a wrap around deck with BBQ and great private fire pit area out on the side.

Exceptional Pacific Northwest Rainforest natural experience, hiking, beachcombing, surfing nearby, storm watching at Botanical Beach, world class salmon and halibut fishing, abundant wildlife and the magnificent forest of Avatar Grove; a photographer's dream. Chateau de Gino is right next to the French Girl's Lair.

Five minutes of walking from the cottage will get you to the Pacific Gateway Marina if you’re going fishing or you want to take in the sea air. Tommy’s Home Cooking (The THC Diner) and The Coastal Kitchen Café are a five minute walk away if you get tired of your own cooking. And the pub at the PortRenfrew Hotel is maybe a fifteen minute walk. They have food too.

You can get a few basic groceries including beer, wine and the hard stuff at the General Store on Parkinson Road. It’s a good idea though to stock up on groceries on your way to Port Renfrew in Sooke or Cowichan Lake if you are travelling from the other direction. Of course everyone takes credit cards, debit cards and that ancient currency, cash.