Octopus

Octopus
The Octopus is to be experienced, a tiny home with charm and functionality. I love all our cabins but, to me, this one is a super special place. It feels like being rapped in eight soft warm loving arms.  It's small, bright, private, and enchanting at night. Being two floors, with a double bed on each, privacy, within a tiny space, is obtained. During the day the hammock awaits on it's big outside deck. Plus a ship's ladder to the second floor saves space and gives it a boat like feel. The length of a double bed is it's width and each floor is 4.5 metres long (15ft). It's a little space with big heart and wide beachcombed Haida Gwaii boards. It's perfect for one or two and sometimes more.

 

From the Octopus take a short intriguing path to the ocean. You can hear it from your cabin. The private covered deck has a Weber BBQ and plenty of seating. The outhouse, replete with stained glass windows, is off the deck. The hot, on-demand propane heated, shower is in its own outbuilding, just off the vestibule. Bedding, towels, pots, pans, kitchen instruments, a 2-burner propane cooktop, running water to a kitchen sink, drinking water and a cooler for your food are all supplied. Bring ice. Battery operated string lights and lanterns, as well as solar lamps and lanterns, are supplied. Charge them in the skylight. There is no power. It heats with a propane heater just adjust the thermostat on the wall. Like all our cabins it is stocked with a library and the octopus has two chairs upstairs under the skylight. Remember reading? You will get cell reception on the beach at low tide.

Octopus Rates
$130 per day (up to two people).
April $90 per day (up to two people).
May $120 per day (up to two people).
$10 extra per child, per day (under 12)
$25 extra per adult, per day
$25 one-time pet fee

Check-in : 3pm
Check out : 11am

How to Book

Full payment due at time of booking unless otherwise requested.
Pay by Interac e-transfer (preferred)
cheque, cash, Paypal or credit card

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curious as to why we named this tiny cabin the Octopus?