published in Beauty, Inspiration, Travel by Maryanne | June 13, 2019

Tofino Gem – Slack Tide Inn

 

“Sometimes the most productive thing you can do is relax.”

– Mark Black

If you’re heading to Tofino and are looking for a place to stay…

I found a real gem a few weeks ago: Slack Tide Inn. Relaxing, welcoming, peaceful…my friend’s daughter, Harleigh, and I absolutely loved it.

We stayed in the large upstairs suite, which had 2 bedrooms and a full kitchen…and an amazing deck for morning coffee:

 

The Inn opened in 2015 and is a cozy, family-run enterprise situated across from Cox Bay on the outskirts of Tofino, BC (on the west coast of Vancouver Island). Nestled in the rainforest bordering the UNESCO biosphere, about 20 minutes from the mudflats, this south-facing property is home to hummingbirds, bluejays, eagles and ravens. Slack Tide Inn provides easy foot-access to surfing, hiking, walking and beach time. This small, 6-person Inn, is animal, baby and child-friendly. It is extremely quiet (very important!), clean, cozy & comfortable.

There were magical touches throughout our suite…books, photos, artwork and quotes all placed in a way that made the Inn feel like a home away from home:

 

And then, of course, there was the natural beauty just across the way…

 

 

If you haven’t been to the rugged and stunningly beautiful West Coast of Vancouver Island before, it might be time to make the trek! And if you have been, now you know of another great place to stay when you go back.

For further information about the Slack Tide Inn, please visit their website. Or you can e-mail the owner, Rachel, at: slacktidepixie@gmail.com

If you go, please say hi from Harleigh and me 🙂

“The three great elemental sounds in nature are the sound of rain, the sound of wind in a primeval wood, and the sound of outer ocean on a beach.”

– Henry Beston

Maryanne Pope is the author of A Widow’s Awakening, the playwright of Saviour and the screenwriter of God’s Country. Maryanne is CEO of Pink Gazelle Productions and Chair of the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund. If you would like to receive her regular weekly blog, please sign up here

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