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Anchors Inn
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Marilyn McEwen & Lance Blackwell


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Sunset view from the cabin, a stone's throw from the water's edge. Mount Ozzard is across the bay.Cabin 1 showing vaulted ceiling, dining nook, fireplace and sundeck.
Cabin 2 showing vaulted ceiling, dining nook and sundeck.Each cabin has a Jacuzzi soaker tub on its deck. They are operational year-round since the cabins have on-demand hot water (propane fired).
Both cabins have spacious sundecks for lounging, bird watching, cooking on the barbecue, or soaking in the Jacuzzi tub. The decks have gates so if you bring Fido he's not going to wander off.Sunrise at Anchors Inn -- view from the cabins. Mount Ozzard is across the bay.
Winter at Anchors Inn. The west coast of Vancouver Island rarely gets snow, but when we do it's just a dusting and only stays a day or two.Bald Eagles love our trees! You will see them most of the year, except during salmon spawning season when they head to the rivers for fall feasting.
Black bears are our neighbours in the wooded areas of the peninsula -- they occasionally cross through our property but mostly you will see them in the National Park or at the fish hatchery.