I came so far I thought I'd cry and then I found the Sweetypie. It's a sweet cabin on the beach with a crazy great view, looking at Tow Hill to the right, waves directly ahead, and an uninterrupted beach line to the left— it's sweet. On a clear day you'll see Alaska. It’s made entirely of beach-combed red cedar, yellow cedar, fir, and spruce. No trees died to make any of our cabins. The ceiling is exposed beams with 16” cedar boards. The kitchen has a 2-burner propane cooktop, and is furnished with all the pots, pans, dishes, cutlery needed for a delicious meal. There's a BBQ on the deck that doubles as an oven and a camp cooler for refrigeration (bring ice). The kitchen is plumbed with running cold water. Drinking water is supplied.
The cabin has an upstairs bedroom with a queen bed, and a foldout couch on the main floor. It can sleep four but is perfect for two. The sweetypie is our second smallest cabin. We supply all the quality bedding and towels you could want. A propane light, battery lanterns and solar lamps, complete it to make a comfortable and romantic off-grid stay on the beach. The Sweetypie heats with a wood stove, and has an attached woodshed with firewood and a splitting maul. Behind the cabin in the sun is a private, rainwater dependant, on-demand. propane heated, hot shower. The outhouse is called the Sweetypoo.
$195 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 : 4pm
Check out : 11am
We’re now accepting manual bookings.
Haida Gwaii has announced an opening to Canadian travellers starting July 1, 2021.
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