Welcome to the HEART of the Sunshine Coast!
TIME TO THINK OF SUMMER 2015!
Book before May 1, receive a discount, please look under Rates and Availability.
An authentic Sunshine Coast waterfront property. Your idyllic little rustic beach hide away. Trails End cottages are minutes by car to Sechelt town center or Davis Bay’s old pier and promenade. Wandering the waterfront shore in any weather is exhilarating. Being self catered cottages both have full kitchens. Families and couples find it ideal, as will your pet.
An easy getaway for the week-end or a longer for a waterfront holiday with mates, family, friends or alone, for some peace. Romance, recreation, retreat and restore all year round. Simply check my Availability calendar on-line. Enhance your stay in your own private, outdoor, seaside, hot tub. Family and pet friendly accommodations provide a relaxed atmosphere.
Just 20 minutes from the Langdale ferry terminal, and 1.5 hours from downtown Vancouver.
Trail’s End self-catered pet friendly, waterfront cottages are centrally located on the coast and close to many of the Sunshine Coast’s activities: hiking, fishing, world class scuba diving, kayaking, paddle board, golfing, tennis, biking, horseback riding, canoeing, and much more…all year round.
Explore Provincial parks, old growth forests, local restaurants, cultural, arts, or musical event and festivals. Kayaking in summer and snowshoe or cross country ski in the winter. Many brochures are supplied for outdoor adventure or indoor activities on this Sunshine Coast playground. This little space to unwind, relax and rejuvenate surrounded by trees on the ocean. Perhaps your sanctuary of rest getaway…
Wander the beach and pick wild salal, salmon, huckleberries and blackberries in season. Resident bald eagles soar above and around you, as they fish in clear view. Watch for seals popping up and identify many coast birds paddling by, or the majestic cranes in the shallows. Trail’s End property guests experience panoramic SW views of Trails Islands and Vancouver Island in the distance.
Read a humorous magazine article in ‘Cottage Life’ magazine that mentions Trails End Cottage.