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Bella Coola Bed Breakfasts

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Guest Entrance,2 B&B rooms with Private Baths, Dayroom, Decks & BBQ. 2 private self contained cabins. Enjoy our 15+ acres with forest trails to Nusatsum River. Visit magic Petroglyphs, picnic in Clayton Falls Park, Saloompt Interpretative...
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Enjoy a relaxing stay in our newly renovated mountain view lodge in the heart of the Bella Cool Valley. We offer continental and lodge packages with tours, activities and transportation available. With 14 rooms and suites, wireless internet, sat TV...
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Now called Coast Mountain Lodge... offering 14 finely appointed rooms suited to leisure and business travelers. All of our rooms and suites include kitchens, satellite TV, VCR or DVD, free movies and continental breakfast. Car and bicycle rentals are...
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Come to Casa Bella Guest Cottage, your home away from home. This 1 bdrm cottage is carefully detailed to proved the creature comforts of home. With a queen size bed and a futon in living room which can accomodate 1-2 additional people -serenity is...
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Children welcome; all three meals available; taxi service; 2 private consulting rooms available with a private waiting room & separate entrance. Groups of nine or more have option to book exclusive use of lodge at no extra cost.
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Clean, bright, comfortable accommodation in downtown Bella Coola located next door to the fire hall. Close to the hospital, bank, post office, liquor store. Hospital owners live on the property. Taxes are included in the price. No pets. No smoking...
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Private Floating Cottage Overlooking Pristine Bella Coola Estuary. Paradise for paddlers, boaters, birdwatchers, wildlife lovers. Romantic Getaway for 2 or fun for the entire family.
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The historic Tweedsmuir Park Lodge, set on 60 acres of private land within the vast wilderness of British Columbia's largest protected park, is the ideal setting for your wilderness adventures and experiences. Originally built in 1929 as a hunting...
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Storm Watching in Tofino
Every winter vacationers from around the world have been defying logic as they flock to the picturesque fishing villages of Ucluelet and Tofino to go storm watching.