Specials & PackagesIt is time to get out on the beach experience the Wild West Coast of Vancouver Island. Leave the cooking at home and let our hospitality and surroundings lull you into relaxation. Sit back, pause and take pleasure in our gourmet meals, the warmth of our Great Room and our friendly staff. Let yourself sink carefree into an unforgettable holiday! You may want to schedule your visit with a local event or festival; we've listed a few notable dates & events at the bottom of the page.
Local Events & Festivals - November 2014
- NOVEMBER 6/14... Raincoast Education Society presents: Marine Mammals of BC with Dr. John Ford
7:30pm in the Ecolodge Classroom @ Tofino Botanical Gardens | $5pp | more info...
- NOVEMBER... Oyster Month in Tofino
- NOVEMBER 12 TO 15/14... Clayoquot Oyster Festival
Celebrating oysters with oyster farm tours, educational seminars, the Mermaid's Ball, and of course the ever popular Oyster Gala | more info...
The Fall & Winter in Tofino offer our guests the best surf conditions & best value (& don't forget about the Storm Watching!)... check out all of our specials & packages highlighted below & book your getaway today!
Tuesdays are FREEdays! Tuesdays are Free to Dec 6/14 with 3 night stay. Discover Surfing $175/person/day incl surf lesson, rentals & accom for 2. Oct 1-31/14 Become a Friend... Feel Like Family. Up to 60% Off for 5 night stays. Go Solo 40% OFF Room Rates for Solo Travellers Fall Mushroom Foraging Chef Riddick shares his knowledge of wild mushrooms A Celebration of Oysters November is Oyster Month in Tofino! Tofino Tidings Celebrate the Christmas Season on the Beach! Washingon Adventurers Washington residents receive $100 in Adventure Credits Look of Love Romance package for two ideal for special celebrations or just because! The Surf Club Customized private lessons & rentals right on-site! LBLR Marine Adventures Join us for a marine wildlife tour on our heated boat! What's Your Adventure? Plan your Tofino activities & adventures here...
|It’s a great experience to walk the beach in the mist and rain with the appropriate weather gear. But it’s a truly bracing feeling to take off shoes and socks, roll up your pant legs and walk in the surf. The water is cold and refreshing on your feet and legs, while the rest of you is warm. I did that this past winter and followed it with the perfect ending. Dinner at Long Beach Lodge and overnight in their cabin accommodation. It doesn't get any better.|
|Storm Watching in Tofino
Bruce Williams , CTV Vancouver Island, October 2010