#1 Port O’ Pierre (with bunkhouse)

thefrenchgirl All Property, Pet Friendly

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From: $190 - $235
  • Pet Friendly
  • Sleep Up to 7 (using sofa bed)
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathroom: 1

Sleeping Arrangements

Main Cottage: - 1 Queen Bed in the bedroom / Living room: Sofa Bed
Bunkhouse: - 3 Bunkbeds

Description

Port O Pierre is a larger, rustic family oriented cottage. It has a fully equipped kitchenette, dinning area, living room with gas fireplace, bathroom and queen size bedroom. It is located next to Villa Johanne, making it the perfect opportunity to rent both places for a large group or a family reunion.

Port O Pierre includes TV, DVD player and WiFi. It can sleep a total of 7 adults quite comfortably with 4 in the main cottage (using the sofa bed) and 3 in the bunkhouse (large single beds) it is heated, equipped with shelves, storage compartments, a lamp and has an electric outlet. If you chose to rent the Bunkhouse, it will be an extra $60/night added to your cottage fee.

The bedroom is equipped with one queen size bed and the family room has one queen size pull out couch. You will find a gas BBQ and a large picnic table out back. There is a double rocking chair on the front patio, a fire pit with firewood and a swing set perfect to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning sun.

Five minutes of walking from the cottages will get you to our marina if you’re going fishing or you want to take in the sea air. Tomi’s HomeCooking is just accross the street and The Coastal Kitchen Café and The Renfrew Pub are 10 minute walk away if you get tired of your own cooking. A General store including beer, wine and the hard stuff are located about 1km from the cottage 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.

The Pacific Gateway Marina is 2 min of walking distance where you can go fishing the world class salmon and halibut or if you just want to take in the sea air. Enjoy a hike/walk through are exceptional Pacific Northwest Rainforest or beautiful beaches perfect for a swim, canoeing, kayaking, snorkelling, or scuba diving. Go storm watching at Botanical Beach and/or enjoy the abundant wildlife and the magnificent forest of Avatar Grove a photographer's dream.

Amenities

No Smoking Pet Friendly Ocean View Oceanfront Hypoallergenic No Pet Wifi TV Cable TV Netflix DVD Player DVD Movies Phone Fridge with freezer
Bar Fridge Microwave Microwave/Convection Oven Gas Cooking Stove + Oven Electric Stove & Oven 2 Burner Induction Hot Plate 4 Burner Hot plate Dishwasher Washer/ Dryer Gas Fireplace Electric Fireplace Wood Fireplace Full Bathroom 1/2 bath (sink & toilet)
Bluetooth speaker iPod Dock iPod and Dock CD Player with CD’s Board Games Book BBQ Fire Pit Outdoor Propane Heater Outdoor Propane Crab Cooker Outdoor Electric Crab Cooker Hot Tub

Rates

Low Season: (Oct 1st- April 30)
$190/night (2 nights minimum)

High Season: (May 1st - Sep 30th)
$235/night (2 nights minimum)

* One time cleaning fee of $80 will apply

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by Guest from Lethbridge, AB on Blank Business Name
Review Title: Cottage Retreat in Port Renfrew
Which Cottage have you stayed?: Port O Pierre

It was surprisingly roomy for a little cottage. The extra sleep cabin was a bonus for my older teenagers. Good kitchen setup for making meals. Nice little area to walk around.

by Guest from Coquitlam on Blank Business Name
Review Title: Magical getaway from it all
Which Cottage have you stayed?: Port O Pierre

We had an absolutely incredible stay in Port Renfrew. It was so nice to unplug and get away from it all. The Botanical Beach is like nothing I have ever seen before in my many years living and exploring the West Coast.. My daughter had such a great time exploring all the tidal pools and learning about all the different creatures that inhabit them.

by Guest from Victoria on Blank Business Name
Review Title: Cozy cabin in wild west coast paradise
Which Cottage have you stayed?: Port O Pierre with bunkhouse

Enjoyed three nights during a weekend music festival at this great little hideaway. Perfect little spot for having family meals, lounging, sitting by the campfire, and waking up in the forest. Clean, quiet, affordable.

Port Renfrew

- There is no cell service in Port Renfrew.

- All cottage are provided with WIFI :)

Kitchen
  • Slow cooker - 8 qt
  • Rice cooker - 6 cup
  • Microwave
  • Toaster

    Coffee makers - there is a 10 cup filter coffee maker (with filters) as well as a 6 cup French press. There may be coffee available, but don’t count on it!

    Brita water jug - there is a water jug with filter in the refrigerator which will help make the water taste better if needed.

    There are a limited number of “supplies” in the cupboard: sugar, salt and pepper, and sometimes tea or coffee

    Living area

    TV and DVD player - there is a remote for the TV and for the DVD player. There is a selection of DVDs in the bookshelves in the living room.

    CD- Media player - There is a CD and Media Player in the cottage. It has CD and radio as well as a headphone jack input and Bluetooth capability. To connect to Bluetooth, use the remote, choose “BT” and then search for NS-SH513 in your phone or media player’s Bluetooth settings. To connect to a different device you have to turn off Bluetooth on the first device. The CD player also plays MP3 Cds.

    Outside

    Propane BBQ - outside - if the electronic ignition does not work, there is a lighter in the drawer in the kitchen where the BBQ tools can also be found. Bring your own seasonings! :) There is a spare tank in the patio box at the back of the cottage.

    Crab trap - there is a crab trap with float and line in the patio box on the deck. You will need to provide your own bait! (raw chicken or fish scraps recommended) You will need a fishing license to catch crabs.

    Fire pit - there is a fire pit out in front of the cottage that you are welcome to use. The wood in the shed at the back should be dry. You will want to bring your own kindling and firestarter.

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