Lodging & Facilities

Vacation Cabin Rentals & Lodging

Tzoonie offers lodging in waterfront cabins and/or comfortable roomy wall tents nestled beneath the shade of giant old-growth cedar, fir and maple trees. Every accommodation offers a peaceful waterfront view of the spectacular “Inland Sea” and Narrows Inlet.  All accommodation facilities include bedding.

  • Large cabin sleeps 4 persons comfortably.
  • Smaller cabins sleep 1-2 persons.
  • Tent cabins sleep 2-4 persons.

 

Rates are not based on accommodations.  Accommodations and facilities are just a part of the overall package which includes both transportation from Sechelt to Tzoonie and use of recreational equipment.  The price is the same regardless of where you sleep. 


Resort Features & Services

In addition to the accommodations, guests enjoy use of:

    • Full kitchen/dining room facilities – Full kitchen has a sink with running water, propane stove, BBQ, pots and pans, utensils, dishes (wine glasses), storage containers and most anything else you might need for preparing your meals. There’s also a great creek to keep your beverages cool.
    • Sauna – After a long day of hiking, fishing, or paddling, relax your strained muscles in our rejuvenating cedar sauna. You might want to follow this with a dive into the Inlet from our docks complete with fresh water shower. Fire hazard occasionally dictates use of sauna.
    • Oyster Shack (covered Firepits & Picnic Tables) – Sit by the fire on a driftwood benche and cedar deck overlooking the inlet under a roof while cooking oysters, clams and mussels or perhaps a great steak or feed of rockfish. Enjoy your meal on our deck or one of the picnic tables located around the site shared with squirrels and jays.
    • Chairs, Benches & Swings
    • Great Fresh Drinking Water
    • Washhouse with Hot Shower
    • Flush Toilets
    • Unlimited Petting of our “boss pug” Molly
    • Secure, free parking at marina

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Aboriginal Tourism

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