Newcastle Island offers 22 km of natural trails, and is only 10 minutes away by passenger ferry from Nanaimo. Along the shoreline, you will find steep sandstone cliffs, sunny beaches, caves and caverns. Inland, you will find a mature forest of Douglas-fir, Garry oak, arbutus and dogwood.
Newcastle Island has a long and colourful history, including use by Aboriginal villages. At one time or another, it has supported a ship yard, coal mining, quarrying, and fishing industries, as well as being used as a pleasure resort.
Many services and facilities are available on Newcastle Island, including a large day-use picnic area, an open grassy area, walk-in campsites with pit and flush toilets, as well as a visitor centre that provides daily food service and interpretive programs from May to October.
$103.00 Double occupancy.
Single rates available.
Check in between 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. or by arrangement.
Check out at 11:00 a.m.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets.
Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast