Imagine booking a fully-refundable rate at a hotel, but still being charged a service fee if you need to cancel your reservation. This is a policy that Airbnb has implemented during these most uncertain of travel times.
In this post, we share tips and information to help you plan a long weekend to the Sunshine Coast to get awaw from the hustle and bustle of Vancouver!
There are approximately 200 Gulf Islands in British Columbia and Salt Spring is one of them. The Gulf Islands are known to attract people who want to get away from the mainland and have a bohemian feel to them. Salt Spring Island is the largest and most populated of the Gulf Islands but preserves itsContinue reading “Tips: A Long Weekend on Salt Spring Island”
Last updated: February 1, 2022 Ucluelet (Ukee) is a small village on the West side of Vancouver Island along the Pacific Ocean in the area known as Clayoquot Sound and on Tla-o-qui-aht tribal territory. The area boasts temperate rainforests that meet the ocean and is home to an abundance of wildlife and marine life, making itContinue reading “Tips: A Long Weekend in Ucluelet”
During the summer, we stayed at Tin Can Ranch, a renovated 70’s airstream near Gibson’s BC.
Located about 4 hours away from Vancouver in Cawston, Farmersdotter is an organic garlic farm and wood-fired bakery with two vacation rental units (tiny houses). Since we love the beauty of the Similkameen Valley, we decided to book the Owl Guest Studio at Farmersdotter via AirBnB for a weekend getaway. In this post, we shareContinue reading “Review: Farmersdotter Air BnB Cawston British Columbia”
Airbnb has become a popular choice for travelers looking for affordable places to stay, experience places as a local, and to meet others. Similar to VRBO and other similar sites, Airbnb connects those renting our rooms and properties to those looking to rent them. One of the things that makes Airbnb appealing is the appContinue reading “Airbnb: Pros and Cons”