A very cozy recently renovated (finished June 2019) self contained and fully furnished suite situated in a quiet neighbourhood alongside Delkatla Wildlife Sanctuary in Masset.
“We can not say enough amazing things about Guy's beautiful suite and wonderful service. He ensured that we had an amazing stay and knew the local amenities. The suite looks just like the photos and is so comfortable. Felt just like coming home after a day of adventuring. Guy and his wife's personal touches are beautiful - from the local photography to the copper kitchen back splash. Would highly reccomend!”
This Bright and Spacious 2 bedroom house is conveniently located across from the Eagles Nests that can be viewed from your living room window! Also the boat launch ramp and fisherman docks are there as well. The house is located in a quiet area of town. You can walk everywhere from here if you like. There is a store only 5 minutes away as well as an airport within 3 miles. Basic necessities available in Kitchen and Laundry. Also has a barbecue for your enjoyment.
“Shelagh keeps this little guest house tidy and well stocked with necessities. It is located centrally; from the eagles landing guest house you can walk down town fairly quickly. It’s a short drive to beaches, and other local sights. Shelagh is a knowledgeable host, and puts effort into making sure her guests are comfortable and well informed. She answers queries promptly. While the house isn’t fancy, it’s more than sufficient for a comfortable stay. I’ve stayed at the eagles landing many times. Thank you for being a great host, Shelagh!”
The bus is located on the 2 acre property of a family of 4. The property sits on the Chown River and includes gardens, a riverside outdoor sauna, a trampoline, swing set, volleyball net and multiple decks for sipping coffee in the morning. The bus is a private accommodation and the yard is a shared space with long time community minded people. The property is across the road from a secluded sandy beach that has a view of Alaska.
“I've stayed in Air BnBs all over the world, this is one of my favorite places. The island is exceeded my expectations. I live in a bus – converted to an apartment – across the street from the beach. In the forest between me and the beach there is a squatter with a tent and an airtight stove. He works as a paramedic but does not want to pay rent or live under a stucco roof. You can still do that here: walk into the bush and build a temp home, un-harassed by municipal functionaries. One hunting license gives you the right to kill 15 deer. Much venison in the local freezers. I walk past the off-the-grid dude, I’m on a beach about 15 kilometers long, and there is no-one there. Zero people. On the beach I see nervous sand-pipers scuttling furiously, and other pretty airborne birds that fly in co-ordinated squadrons. It rains aggressively every night, thunderous on the roof of the bus, and I light the wood stove in the morning for the comfort that’s in it. My land-ladies are tough, kind, interesting people who went out of their way to make me comfortable.”