Wickaninnish Inn is situated on spectacular Chesterman Beach overlooking the Pacific Ocean just five kilometers from Tofino. A Relais & Châteaux property since 1997 the Inn features two contemporary cedar buildings providing a range of guest rooms and suites which all offer ocean or beach-to-ocean views, gas fireplace, soaker tub and individual balcony. An extensive collection of local art, set amongst a variety of public spaces throughout the Inn, the Henry Nolla Gallery and Henry’s nearby wood carving shed, together showcase our heritage, history and commitment to local artists and artisans. Providing exceptional service is a hallmark for which we have long been known, as exemplified by our Concierge team poised to provide you with individualized itineraries for exploring Tofino and Clayoquot Sound. As the sole resort on Chesterman Beach, Tofino’s longest at 2.5km/1.5mi, the Inn is home to refined West Coast cuisine at The Pointe Restaurant and naturally-inspired treatments at its intimate Ancient Cedars Spa. Tofino’s McDiarmid family welcomes you to this locally owned, world renowned sanctuary offering Rustic Elegance on Nature’s Edge.
Storm Season November 1 - February 28 $300-$975
Whale Season March 1 - May 31 $320-$975
June Spring Into Summer $390-$975
Summer July 1 - September 30 $500-$1,500
October Harvest $350-$975
*Rates based on double occupancy
Nestled into the Ocean level of the Wickaninnish Inn, Ancient Cedars Spa is Tofino’s premiere oasis of relaxation and well-being. A full range of body therapy, thalassotherapy, skin care, esthetics and more is offered in five welcoming spaces where our international staff can add various modalities to your desired treatment(s) upon your one-on-one consultation. Signature experiences include the Hishuk Ish Tsawalk Awakening Treatment, inspired by the traditional cleansing techniques of the West Coast’s indigenous people.
Surveying the panoramic vistas from the westernmost point of Tofino’s idyllic Chesterman Beach, The Pointe Restaurant’s inspired West Coast cuisine and attentive service come gift-wrapped with 240 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, surrounding islands and wildlife. Much of the fresh seafood is fished from the very waters overlooked by The Pointe, and a longstanding focus on locally sourced, high quality ingredients is evident. Dinner is offered on a seasonal à la carte menu, but for the best of the best, try Chef de Cuisine Nick Nutting’s weekly tasting menu; Daily brunch is a true treat.