Featured Historical Resorts and Lodges in British Columbia
Discover a rich history when you stay at the Shearwater Resort & Marina. Their recent "United in History" projects features a historic portrait mural painted on the side of an original Royal Canadian Air Force hangar and a waterfront war memorial that commemorates the area's veterans and history as a World War II war base. The projects were...
With humble beginnings as a single cabin built in 1946, Tigh-Na-Mara, so named in 1956 and meaning "House by the ocean" in Gaelic, has had a long and storied past. In 1981, things truly began to take shape as the current owners purchased 11 acres which would evolve into the resort in existence today! Learn more about the rich history when you stay...
For thousands of years, the Squamish and Lil’wat local tribes have called Whistler their home. They foraged for berries, hunted wild game and hand-carved their own canoes for transportation. The Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre offers guests the opportunity to learn more about these tribes and the history of the area!
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A famous resort town known for its pristine skiing conditions in the Coast Mountains, it comes as no surprise that Whistler hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Combining stunning natural scenery and... more
Parksville, British Columbia and Qualicum Beach have been fondly given the nickname "Candada's Riviera" thanks to sweeping local beaches, and the mildest climate of the country. Lay out on the likes... more