Sea Lion Pointe
Our pièce de résistance on its own peninsula—secluded on the resort’s farthest corner and facing the sea—Sea Lion Pointe is a singular kind of sanctuary wherein art, architecture and nature are seamlessly woven.
One of the largest commissions of B.C. art is contained within, including glass monoliths by Markian Olynyk and cedar story poles by Philip Gray. Works by West Coast artists also fill the lodge’s four suites, which take inspiration from each of the seasons. In the great room stands a towering fireplace on one side and sky-high windows on the other, with doors that lead to a terrace overlooking Innes Passage.
Sea Lion Pointe has its own private dining room, outdoor covered dining area and kitchen kitted out with everything a chef needs. On the mezzanine, a billiards room, home theatre and wet bar facilitates after-dinner entertainment. And on the roof, a hot tub for a late-night soak with stars of the celestial kind.
- 4 bedrooms, each with a king-sized bed
- Ensuites with heated floors and towel racks
- Outdoor covered dining area
- Private dining room
- Nanny suite
- Home Theatre
- Private outdoor hot tub for each room
- Wet bar
- 4 Subaru Foresters
- Baby grand piano
- Billiards Room
- Fully-Equipped Kitchen
- Gas fireplaces
- Fully-equipped chef's kitchen (private chef is an additional charge)
Rates include gourmet meals and beverages including liquor, wine and beer (additional charges may apply for premium spirits and wine), complimentary wireless internet, unlimited worldwide phone calls and access to all indoor and outdoor resort amenities.
|May 1 - May 31|
October 1 - October 15
|June 1 - June 30||$7,900|
|July 1 - September 30||$11,960|
Rates do not include GST (5% for Canadians, 2.5% for international guests), conservation fees ($20.00 per person, per day) and carbon surcharges ($32.40 per person, per day).