Fall in Love with Bodega Ridge!
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||850 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Adventure, Romantic, Wilderness, Away from it all, Resort, Rural|
Description from the owner
Welcome to Bodega Ridge Resort, deluxe log-cabin accommodations on BCâ€™s beautiful Galiano Island. Inside your private cabin, youâ€™ll find all the creature comforts of home. Beyond your cedar deck, the wilds of the island beckon.
Bodega Ridge is a gorgeous property featuring breath-taking broken island views with lots of sunny, southwestern exposure. Fig trees, kiwi fruit vines and direct trail access to the famous Bodega Ridge hiking trail.
Give us a call and we can help plan your trip and arrange activities such as kayaking, golf, fishing charters and hikes.
Book early to ensure that you get the date you want.
Fall in Love with Bodega Ridge!
Galiano Island, British Columbia, Canada
Additional Location Information
Located up on a ridge overlooking beautiful Trincomali Channel and Wallace Island. See bald eagles soar and access the famous Bodega Ridge hiking trail directly from the property. Within a kilometer there are 3 public ocean accesses.
Location Type Away from it all, Resort, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in CAD) (change)
|Rate Summary||$243||$243||$0||$0||2 nights|
|All Dates||$243||$243||-||-||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Additional guests - $24 / person - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 2 guest(s)
- Tax rate - 12% of rental - Tax
Additional notes from owner
Please call or email for special mid-week savings and discounts for stays of 5 or more nights.
We host numerous retreats and special events including weddings. Please call for pricing.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 19, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Quiet paradise with exceptional food for retreats and weddings
I attended a yoga retreat for mums and babes here recently and was happily surprised with the state of the cabins since my last visit three years ago, and with the renos to the beautiful lodge and great room, the focus on recycling, local products, tasty meals, and exceptional customer service! The current owner Jesse is creating a wonderful canine friendly retreat for groups (all accommodations are three bedroom cabins), offering delicious healthy meals (vegetarian or meat), accommodations, catering, photography, and even daycare if required. The log cabins are mostly two-story and have new furnishings including comfortable beds, well-appointed kitchens, (microwave free!), decks, wifi, flat screen tv's, dvd players and a video/book library available at the lodge. They have small wood stoves and the lodge features a large fireplace as well. The property is idyllic, with 12 acres of meadow and forest, overlooking the ocean, well marked trails, stoneworks, and a beach nearby. The sunsets are remarkable. We watched a variety of birds, including two pair of eagles, soaring and swooping around us, and the clear spring nights were full of frog symphonies and cricket calls, while at other times the beautiful sound of silence. The owner has obviously worked very hard to ensure his guests have a positive experience...A fine chef himself, influenced by an early relationship with Chambar in Vancouver, our vegetarian meals were always creative, delicious and unique. I really recommend Bodega Ridge to families and groups.
Wonderful spot for a wedding!
We were 1 week into a road trip with 2 young boys (2 & 4) when we arrived at Bodega Ridge for a good friends wedding. Looking forward to the celebration and seeing old school friends, I hadn't really paid much attention to the accommodations. We were so spoiled. My family shared a cabin with another family with 2 young children and there was plenty of room for all. There were great views from both upper and lower balconies, nice beds and pillows and everything was clean. Nothing fancy, but clean and tidy. We were able to put the kids to bed and return to the wedding festivities - a 30 sec walk between. The food was absolutely amazing, everything was delicious. The beverages served at the bar incorporated locally picked blackberries - yum!
The wedding ceremony took place a short hike up the hill which would've been restrictive for members of my family, but everyone at this wedding made it. It overlooked the ocean and the lighting was phenomenal around 5:30ish when the ceremony took place.
My husband took in some of the mountain biking in the area (which the staff are more than willing to help you find) and some of the ladies did a nice trail run the morning of the wedding. There is a nearby "beach" which is pretty rocky, but the drive to Montague harbour is short.
I am honestly looking for a reason to go back.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Great place for a wedding & party
We stayed at Bodega Ridge for a wedding party. The ceremony took place on a hill behind the cabins. A romantic, secluded spot with the fantastic landscape as backdrop. But still nicely catered for with chairs & a champagne reception.
The staff are all very friendly, helpful as well as being competent and efficient. I was impressed how quickly they got on first name terms with such a big group as ours. Owner/operator Jesse makes a mean cocktail - try his wild blackberry Tom Collins if you get a chance!
The 3-bedroom cabin we stayed in was clean and comfortable. The kitchen was well-equipped with pots, utensils, etc. Living/eating room was sufficiently large and comfortable for the 6 people staying there, plus various friends wandering through. The deck is perfect for day time sun-lounging by day or star-gazing by night.
Bodega Ridge is located at the northern end of Galiano, about 30 minutes drive from the ferry at Sturdies Bay, or 20 mins from Montague Harbour Marina. Closer by are several good spots for walking, cycling or just taking in the view.
North Vancouver, BC
Bodega Ridge is even better in the winter
For the last few years my family has booked a couple of cozy cabins for
some post Christmas through New Year's quite time. It's the perfect place to
wind down and read a book next to the fire in a real log cabin. Bodega will
host retreats as well so maybe the office will set us up for a stay before the
Jesse (the owner of Bodega) strikes a really nice balance of letting his guests
feel that the cabin is their own during the stay but is always available should
you need anything like a map of local trails or some extra firewood. For New
Year's this year he made sure that everybody felt welcome and included for
the mother of all bonfires. Even if the weather isn't friendly the main room in
the lodge always is.
If you live in Vancouver and need a break from the city and the rain check it
out. The grey skys don't persist over the Gulf Island like they do in the lower
mainland. Also, being the first stop on the ferry route makes getting to
Bodega a breeze.
For a real Gulf Islands experience you have to check Bodega Ridge out.