Nestled in the trees along a quiet street rests the perfect getaway – Jan's Place
Located in Sointula on Malcolm Island just a short ferry ride from Port McNeill on Vancouver Island. Sointula is a community full of Finnish heritage. The air is wonderful allowing you to relax and enjoy all that Malcolm Island has to offer in our oceanview accommodation.
•Less than five minutes from the ferry
•Sleeps five maximum
•easy walking distance to town and harbour
•Queen, double and single beds
•Full bath with tub and shower
The open concept cottage is newly built, fully furnished and comfortable in any season.
VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION www.jansplace.ca
Jan's Place is located in Sointula on Malcolm Island situated between northern Vancouver Island and the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia. By car it is approximately 2 1/2 hours north of Campbell River to the BC Ferries dock at Port McNeill. The crossing time to Sointula takes about a half hour.
What to do in Sointula and on Malcolm Island
Hiking ~ There are a number of trails throughout the island for every level. Maps are available.
Biking ~ It's a great place to explore- few hills and very scenic! Bring your bikes or rent.
Whale Watching ~ During the summer months near Bere Point, Orcas come to "rub" on the gravel bottom of the bay. If you are lucky you may experience thrilling views of these magnificent mammals. Charter vessels in the region can take you out for day trips to view Orcas, Humpbacks and other coastal wildlife.
Fishing ~ Fish for salmon, halibut, lingcod, crab and prawns in the area. Charters are available. Licences are mandatory and restrictions may apply for some species.
Kayaking ~ Experienced kayakers find Malcolm Island's shoreline, points and bays fabulous to explore. Beginners should contact one of the commercial guiding companies in the region.
Sointula Museum ~ We have a wonderful museum containing many artifacts and displays from our fascinating history as a Finnish communal settlement and an innovative and successful fishing village.
Birdwatching ~ Malcolm Island is a great place to see many species of coastal and woodland birds. Bring your field glasses and camera!
Beachcombing ~ You can spend hours walking on our beaches looking for shells, our famous multi-coloured round stones and other treasures brought up from the clean waters of the Queen Charlotte Strait and Broughton passage.
OR ~ You can just relax and soak up the grand view.
$110 double occupancy/ 2 night minimum
$650 double occupancy/ weekly rate
$10 per additional person, kids under 3 stay free
We accept cash, cheques or money orders.
Ask about our off season rates
Fully Equipped Kitchen, Cable/Satellite TV
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