- Sleep Up to 7 (6 Adults Max)
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathroom: 2
Bedroom #1: 1 Queen Bed
Bedroom #2: 1 Queen Bed
Bedroom #3: Deluxe sofa bed
Livingroom: 1 Chair open as a single bed
Deluxe large 3BR ocean view cottage rental – Sleeps up to 7 (Maximum of 6 adults, or can accommodate up to 7 with children). On the top main floor: A Large open space with 2 sliding patio doors leading to a nice large deck, BBQ & spectacular ocean view. A fully equipped Large kitchen with granite countertops and dishwasher, Electric fire place in the living room, Wifi, Full bathroom & a Red chair that converts into a single bed for a child or youth. On the lower level, You will find a little nook with bar fridge & sink, 2nd Full bathroom, a Den with aluxury pull out couch (5 inch memory foam) and TV/Blu-Ray player, & 2BR’s each with Queen beds, sliding patio doors and ocean view. For a great evening, a Fire pit can be found down in the front yard (Bring your firewood).
Exceptional Pacific Northwest Rainforest natural experience, including hiking, beach combing, surfing nearby, storm watching at Botanical Beach, world class salmon and halibut fishing in season (May-Oct), abundant wildlife and the magnificent forest of Avatar Grove – a photographer’s dream. Read here what our guests have been saying about Handsome Dan’s http://handsomedans.ca/testimonials/. Five minutes of walking from the cottages will get you to the Pacific Gateway Marina if you’re going fishing or if you want to take in the sea air. Tomi’s Diner and The Coastal Kitchen Café are both within a five minute walk away and have good food if you get tired of cooking on your own. The pub at the Port Renfrew Hotel is maybe a 10-12 minute walk away further down the road past the Coastal Café – it also offers good food, a nice pub atmosphere and an outdoor deck to take in the local sights on a sunny day. You can get a few basic groceries at the Real Goods Market (open in season only) next to Tomi’s dinner. A bigger selection of groceries including beer, wine and liquor can be bought at the General Store on Parkinson Road (open from 11am-7pm everyday), which is about a kilometer away back down the highway towards Victoria. It’s a good idea though to stock up on groceries on your way to Port Renfrew in either Sooke or Cowichan Lake, depending on which direction you are traveling from. Of course everyone takes credit cards, debit cards and that ancient currency, cash.