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Top-rated vacation rentals in Sechelt

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Cabin in Sechelt
Cozy Hygge A-frame Cabin
Welcome to this uniquely designed cabin that is both rustic and chic, surrounded by nature and close to the ocean. The decor is earthy and aesthetically pleasing — both family friendly and welcome to remote-workers! Open up your laptop to focus in this relaxing tranquil space. With a peek of the ocean and tall fir trees that tower over the house, there is a ton of privacy with a peaceful and remote feel while only being a 10 min drive from central Sechelt and 35 minutes from the ferry terminal.
$116 per night
Cabin in Sechelt
Coppermoss Treetop Cottage
This unique tree-top cottage is located 110 steps into the clouds at the end of the road in the quiet village of Tuwanek. Enjoy complete privacy and solitude, and soak in the wonderful hot-tub perched at the top of the property. The cottage has one-bedroom and a sleeping loft, each with comfortable bedding and sheets. Everything is provided including a well-stocked kitchen with all the cooking items you will need. The cottage is perfect for a romantic hideaway or a small family holiday.
$154 per night
Guesthouse in Gibsons
Cubby Cabin on Reed - Private Spot on Acreage
Enjoy a stylish experience at this centrally located Cabin on a private acreage in Upper Gibsons. Cubby Cabin is a newly renovated studio space at the back of our 2.5 acre property on Reed. The Cabin is a super funky, private and laid back home away from home. Walking distance to so many amenities: Public Transit, Gibsons Park Plaza, Sunnycrest Mall, Persephones and all the Restaurants & Storefronts along the 101 Hwy. Enjoy staying in our Cubby Cabin under the Starry Night Sky!
$48 per night

Stay near Sechelt's top sights

Basted Baker67 locals recommend
Lighthouse Marine Pub106 locals recommend
Porpoise Bay Provincial Park10 locals recommend
Hidden Grove48 locals recommend
The Wobbly Canoe101 locals recommend
Harbour Air Seaplanes6 locals recommend

Sechelt house rentals

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Waterfront Home with Stunning Views!
$254 per night
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Waterfront Home Paddle Board, Hot Tub
$241 per night
Home in Roberts Creek
Hideaway Creek - Modern luxury retreat
$178 per night
Home in Gibsons
Relax & enjoy amazing views, walkable to lower G
$110 per night
Home in Sechelt
Sun Coast Home
$147 per night
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Periwinkle Lane Studio Suite
$83 per night
Home in Sechelt
Room with a View
$124 per night
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Secret Beach Escape
$107 per night
Home in Halfmoon Bay
Fawn Place
$133 per night
Home in Sechelt
Beachfront house in Sechelt
$293 per night
Home in Gibsons
Gibsons Vacation Home with Spectacular Views
$211 per night
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Walk, Bike, Stroll from The SWEET (suite)
$67 per night

Your guide to Sechelt

All About Sechelt

On the Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, the village of Sechelt sits between the Sechelt Inlet and the Georgia Strait. Mountains surround this easygoing, artsy town, where most popular attractions center on the appreciation and enjoyment of this scenic natural area. You’ll find countless trails and pathways to explore, including Davis Bay Esplanade, a short oceanside walk where you can watch the crabbers or take in a sunset. Rolling hills covered with Canada’s oldest forests — filled with ancient, enormous hemlock and yellow cedar trees — frame the waters of the inlet and rocky beaches below where you can launch a kayak or canoe. At Porpoise Bay, you’ll find a sandy beach and calm waters for swimming.

During the winter season, snowshoeing and groomed cross-country ski trails are accessible at Tetrahedron Provincial Park and Dakota Ridge. Nature’s bounty is also a cause for celebration in Sechelt, and a thriving agricultural community will help you discover local farm-to-table restaurants, farmers markets, wineries, breweries, and cideries.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sechelt

Sechelt has a long, cold rainy season that stretches from October to March. It’s best to bundle up and bring snow-resistant footwear if you’re visiting during this time, when the forests fill up with mist and fog stretches across the beaches. The late spring and summer are sunny and warm, making this the most popular time for outdoor enthusiasts to book Sechelt vacation rentals — but it’s still a good idea to bring layers for the cool evenings. Throughout October, the Sechelt Arts Festival brings artists and audiences from all over BC for an interactive festival highlighting local Indigenous communities. The event features gallery shows, dance performances, craft workshops, film screenings, lectures, and music. And in December, the community gets into the holiday spirit with the Festival of Lights, featuring a street parade, food, and a musical light show.

Top things to do in Sechelt

Cowrie Street

The town’s buzzing main street is lined with gelato shops, brunch-focused cafes, music stores, bakeries, and shops selling toys, gifts, and home goods. If you need to grab hiking gear and kayaks, you’ll find outdoor outfitters in town. You can easily traverse the street in an afternoon before wandering down to the pier with a coffee in hand.

Hiking Trails

About 16 minutes to the west of Sechelt, you’ll find Sargent Bay Provincial Park, where you can enjoy unspoiled views of the rocky coast and take the trails around Colvin Creek (where you can see a fish ladder) and Triangle Lake. The paths at Hidden Grove are wheelchair accessible and they wind through more than nine miles of old-growth forest (note that there are no restrooms or other facilities available here). For a gentle hike for all ages, you can take in Chapman Falls in about an hour round-trip.

Artisan and Farmers Markets

The Sunshine Coast is brimming with markets that celebrate local farmers, artists, and makers. The main Sechelt market with vendors selling honey, crafts, prepared foods, and hard cider is held on Cowrie Street each Sunday morning from April through September. Fall and winter markets are held inside from October through December. About 20 minutes to the southeast is Gibsons Public Market, where you can shop for small-batch cheeses and plastic-free products, eat at the Market Bistro, or take in the latest art exhibit.

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