Pender Island Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Other (See Description), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4)
Oceanfront with private beach access on tranquil 5 acre setting. Open spaces, numerous flowers and shrubs. Creek with mature Douglas Fir and Cedars. Lots of wildlife and birds to be seen, such as deer, eagles, mink, otter, harbour seals, killer whales, quail, nocturnal beaver, blue heron, etc. Private beach accessible by private road makes for easier launching of kayaks, canoes and row boats, with area for storage near beach. Crab traps can be set in the bay.
Two comfortable queen beds. Great view from every room except bathroom.
A few comments from guests include.
- 'I can't remember when I slept in a more comfortable bed.'
- 'Why is it that in Alberta when the sun sets, it simply goes down but from your patio when the sun sets it lights up the western skies with the most brilliant colors imaginable?'
- 'Wow! This place is awesome! It's like magic!'
- 'It was a great escape for my family, we enjoyed the private setting and access to the beach where our girls could play while we got a chance to relax.'
Keywords: Oceanfront Cottage
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Bill & Diane Logan
Family property, cottage built originally in 1969. Newly renovated in 2006.
Bill & Diane Logan purchased this cottage in 1969
Why Bill & Diane Logan chose Pender Island
This is a beautiful setting which we enjoy sharing with others. Truly unique and peaceful.
What makes this cottage unique
Beach, hot tub, 0ceanfront acreage property in private setting.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Very enjoyable 3 days at Logan's Hideaway.Spent Many hours sitting on the deck or in the hot tub watching the busy passage out front.The wa terscape is constantly changing,great views.The cottage is nicely appointed,everything you need and the new Webber BBQ was a plus.We had one rainy day so took advantage of the DVD library.
Pender Island has a lot to offer,a good grocery store,liquor store and variety of other shops.Several good restaurants,the seafood pot pie at Hope Bay Cafe was memorable,delicious.Lots of good hiking trails,Mt Norman is a must-do,steep hike up but fantastic view point makes it well worth it,close by the George Hill trail also offers great views at the top.A fun little golf course close by.