AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
AAA Inspector Notes
This lovely resort at the tip of a peninsula has a variety of room types spread over several buildings. Rooms in the main lodge lack air conditioning, but have fans to keep the air moving. Cottages feature two to four rooms per building, each rented separately and sharing the cottage's living room. Bathrooms in the cottages are small and mixed décor which includes many vintage fixtures. Rooms in the Corson building are stylish with modern amenities, including spacious, tiled walk-in showers. The Courtyard Suites also have modern décor and feature two bedrooms and a living room, perfect for families to spread out. The lobby and lounge in the main lodge offer comfortable hanging out space. In addition to the fine dining room, there is a casual dining venue on site. The golf course on property is considered one of the best in Canada. Guests staying at the hotel must purchase a national park pass.
Smoke free premises. 109 units, some two bedrooms and cottages. 1-3 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors. Accessibility (Call).