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We stayed at the Family Cabin in October for 4 days. We didn't eat at the restaurant because my mom and sister had tried it before (this time we drove to Sooke one evening and had dinner at Sooke Harbour House).
The view is...More
This was our fourth time at Point No Point Resort. Although it is definitely not for the budget traveler, which is what we usually are, every few years we splurge because this place is so special. The private cabins and beautifully equipped, cosy, incredibly comfortable...More
This place is incredible! I love pan abode buildings and the cabins are all mostly pan abodes. The views are stunning. The hot tubs are clean and romantic. The rooms aren't fancy, but you won't care. The charm of the place is what keeps us...More
Our little cottage was so beautiful ,
Cabin 2. Went for a relaxing time with my girlfriends. Ocean was so
Powerful, loved our hot tub, great trails, did lots of great walks, roasted
Hotdogs in fireplace, I would definitely go back, our ocean view was...More
When we entered our cabin and looked out through the magnificent trees to the ocean crashing below, we knew this was going to be a perfect stay, and it was. This place feels embedded with years of quality and caring. Spotlessly clean, peacefully private, equipped...More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and... More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and fireplaces, which could be hazards. You might bring your own outlet plugs. The beach area would be OK for a toddler, and fun enough for someone learning to walk--some of the paths can be a little slippery or steep, but safe enough if you take care. I would hesitate to take a baby or toddler into the dining room as it would be used by mostly adults. I would also just phone the resort, as they are very helpful.
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"we had a chalet with sea views - I suspect they all had sea views ?"