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Vacation Rental Accommodation in Ucluelet

Anchors Inn Waterfront Cabins

Two romantic waterfront cabins and a one-bedroom waterfront suite on a half acre property in Ucluelet. All 3 units have wifi, a Queen bed, fireplace, TV/stereo/DVD, decks with BBQ and all are pet-friendly. The cabins have a Jacuzzi soaker tub on their decks; the suite has exclusive use of a hot tub. The cabins have kitchenettes; the suite has a full kitchen. Great views, very private.

131 Garden St  •  Ucluelet, BC

Phone: (250) 726-8255  •  1 (866) 313-8108

Email: info@anchorsinn.com

Florencia Bay Hideaway

Very private log cabins with hot tubs. Walk to spectacular National Park sandy beaches!

Ucluelet, BC

(250) 726-8228  •  hideaway@florenciabay.ca

Natural Elements Vacation Rentals

Offering guests to Vancouver Islands Pacific Rim an extensive portfolio of 20+ luxury Vacation Rental properties, situated in the heart of Mother Nature's playground! Privately owned cabins, cottages, condos, houses. Ocean front/Beach front and 180 degree panoramic open Pacific Ocean view! Our specialty is location combined with luxury ensuring you a first class accommodations for your West Coast holiday!

Toll free 1 866 985 WEST(9378)  •  info@naturalelementsrentals.com

Point West Waterfront Cottages

Box 259  •  Ucluelet, BC

(250) 726-7060  •  info@pointwestcottages.com

Vancouver Island Vacation Rentals

Ocean View Vacation Rentals in Ucluelet and Tofino up to 1700 square feet per condo with magnificent ocean views. A fishing lodge is available for large groups looking for a perfect getaway or a corporate event that is non-fishing related. Stay for less and get more in our great Tofino and Ucluelet accommodation.

Toll Free: 1 (800) 908-8439  •  Ucluelet and Tofino, BC

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Ucluelet, BC Canada

Ucluelet is a First Nations name, purported to mean "Good Harbour." Situated on the west side of Ucluelet Inlet at the western entrance to Barkley Sound it is about 50 miles from Port Alberni if you are traveling by sea.

Until the early 1870's, Ucluelet was a First Nations village with the main reservation at the entrance of the inlet on the east side, just as it is today.

Ucluelet has made its way through various encounters with resource extraction industries including fur sealing, mining, whaling (there was a whaling station in Sechart, near Port Alberni that opened in 1903 and closed in 1925), fishing, and forestry.

Today, Ucluelet is focused on tourism. With more developable land than Tofino -- the municipality's neighbour to the north -- the District of Ucluelet has more opportunity for growth. Because of the faster rate of development, Ucluelet generally has more vacancy oppportunities than Tofino and often provides an accomomdation alternative for folks who didn't plan for rentals far enough in advance.

In recent years, many returning visitors to our coast have begun to make Ucluelet their principle destination, rather than an alternative to Tofino. The town's friendly nature and west coast charm make it easy to see why visitors love this coastal destination.