Port McNeill Accommodations
Port McNeill accommodations allow visitors to this town on the east coast of Vancouver Island, 195 km (121 mi.) north of Campbell River to enjoy the ecotourism and sport fishing opportunities in the area. Port McNeill is called "The Gateway to the Broughton Archipelago". There is a ferry connection from the town to Sointula and to Alert Bay on Cormorant Island. Logging and aquaculture are both important industries in the area.
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The Haida Way is Port McNeill's most popular Northern Vancouver Island accommodation. At Port McNeill's centre, the Haida Way is within walking distance of shopping, the harbour and the ferry terminal to Sointula and Alert Bay. For your convenience, we offer a full-service restaurant, lively pub and well-stocked liquor store. Approved by BCAA and Tourism BC.
Downtown Port McNeill: 1.3km
The rooms at the motel are fitted with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and a shower. All rooms will provide guests with a wardrobe and a coffee machine. Guests at Humpback Inn will be able to enjoy activities in and around Port McNeill, like hiking, cycling and fishing.
This Port McNeill Inn offers a restaurant serving American and Canadian cuisine. Rooms at the hotel are equipped with microwaves. Refrigerators and coffee making facilities are standard in all rooms. The rooms also have cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Guests have access to an on-site launderette. The Hotel is 2 minute walk from ferry and taxi services.
Downtown Port McNeill: 1.9km
A five room, west coast retreat overlooking Johnstone Strait, the Lodge offers a peaceful setting where one can relax by the fire, take in the splendid views or stroll along the beach. The heritage of the lodge as a church is reflected in by arched cedar ceilings and its spacious common room. Guests have access to the Internet, parking and kitchen facilities. BC Tourism Approved Accommodation.
Downtown Port McNeill: 15.2km
Downtown Telegraph Cove: 37.5km
Our Alert Bay hotel includes a fresh and nutritious continental breakfast. Relax in the gorgeous sunroom with a panoramic view of the Broughton Strait. There are two common areas for guest use. The sunroom with a microwave and kitchen supplies and the covered deck on the lower level. BBQ your own supper and enjoy eating it outside. Free wifi & cable TV, mini-fridge, hair dryer, queen-sized bed.
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