Bring your love to Salt Spring Island for a weekend getaway!

Romance is in the air all February on Salt Spring Island.  Stroll hand in hand along a trail or scenic beach and hang out in Ganges Village in our cafes and enjoy some of the best boutique shops in BC, were you can find clothes, home decor and “made-on-Salt-Spring” treasures!

Cupids arrow may strike while you visit our Island in the Salish Sea!  If you already have your one true love, plan a visit to Hastings House Country House Hotel for dinner in their Bistro or Dining Room and perhaps stay and join them for the opening of the hotel for the season.

If you plan on visiting Valentines Weekend, book early because Salt Spring Island accommodations can fill up.  Stay at a unique luxury resort, a bed and breakfast, charming inn, or lakeside cottage with a real wood burning fireplace or wood stove…

Enjoy a luxurious spa treatment.  Visit our wineries and farm shops.

Work up an appetite with a spectacular hike up Mt Erskine or drive to the top of Mount Maxwell for spectacular views of Salt Spring and surrounding islands.

Enjoy spectacular local cuisine at one of our amazing restaurants. Many of the local restaurants take advantage of all of the Organic farm fresh vegetables and meat available and give the experience a unique local appeal.

Take in a movie at our century-old movie theatre.  Enjoy a nightcap at a local pub or restaurant.

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Forbes Travel Encourages Readers to go “Island Hopping” !

April 13th, 2017|0 Comments

According to Forbes Travel, Vancouver is a great jumping off point to go Island Hopping! Most people think of southern destinations when planning island hopping excursions but we think that venture the fair isles closer to home is a better idea! Visit Salt Spring Island, Galiano and if you have a bit of time you could also go to Victoria!

Southern Gulf Islands featured in Vogue Magazine

December 15th, 2016|0 Comments

There’s nothing quite like an island vacation—getting away from it all and really unplugging. Hawaii and St. Barth’s are great this time of the year. But guess what, everyone (and we mean everyone) knows those islands are great and they’re probably vacationing there right now. Wouldn’t it be better to go somewhere new, a place where you don’t have to battle with your neighbor or boss or best friend’s ex-boyfriend for a piece of sand or a table at the must-try restaurant? Here are three (mostly) unheard of islands worth the trek.

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