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An Oceanfront Getaway at Comfort Cove Cottage - Adventures in Sooke, BC
Stay at the heart of nature in
Sooke, British Columbia
Number of Units: 1
Sleeps how many per unit? 2-6
Number of bathrooms per unit: 1.5
Welcome to Comfort Cove Cottage, an oceanfront vacation rental nestled on a hill amongst towering trees in a spectacular natural setting. Before heading out for a day of adventure, sip your morning coffee on the deck while listening to the cheerful sounds of the birds, and marvel at the peaceful views of the Sooke Basin. Hummingbirds often flit past!
Local outdoor adventures around Sooke, BC
- Kayaking the Sooke Basin,
- Hiking in East Sooke Park,
- Long distance Biking on the Galloping Goose Trail,
- Experience the best deep-water salmon & halibut on a local Fishing Charter,
- 20 minutes away from a tree-top zip-line,
- West coast nature photography,
- Swim in the local fresh water swimming holes (Sooke Potholes & Matheson Lake),
- Birdwatching is at it's best during the spring & fall migration.
- During the autumn salmon run, you can fish of the dock for some sizeable catches. And watch for seals and eagles!
Protected from the open Pacific Ocean, this is an ideal spot for beginner and intermediate kayakers who enjoy the quiet waters of a secluded ocean cove. The bay is calm in the morning and evenings with gentle westerly winds picking up in warm afternoon. For those wanting to practice their ocean beaching in their kayaks, head out to the exposed Whiffen Spit Park, a 30 minute paddle from the cottage. Check the tide table for the Sooke Basin and ride the current.
Located just 5 minutes away from Comfort Cove Cottage, is one of Victoria's best kept hiking secrets. East Sooke Park is a large regional park on a bulbous peninsula jutting into the Juan De Fuca Straight. Every hike, ranging from 30 minutes to 8 hours, rewards people with grand views of the Olympic Mountains of Washington State and panoramic scenes of the open Pacific Ocean. The only sounds to interrupt the picturesque quiet are the frequent bird calls.
Local Travel Tips around Sooke, BC
- Bioluminense in the ocean is a natural phenomenon. During certain parts of the year, plankton blooms are brought in with the tides. During the day, the water may look reddish & murky but at night, any movement will cause these infinitely small sea creatures to glow like fire-flies. Fish, seals and even kayaks will leave a trail of flickering stars in the water. COOL!
- There's an excellent scenic lookout point at the end of East Sooke Road. Located high above the crashing water, people can watch cruise ships, container ships and military boats head out of the Juan de Fuca Straight.
- Bring your bikes and go for an extended cycle trips where cars aren't allowed to go. The Galloping Goose Trail is 55 kilometers long and will take you all the way to downtown Victoria! Or just go for a quick trip and enjoy the sunset in total seclusion.
- On a hot summer day, Matheson Lake is a fresh water lake that's warm and quiet and a popular swimming hole. Bring your bathing suit!
- Laundry facilities.
- Private 36' dock with a 4' draft (minimum).
- Secluded oceanside firepit.
- Fishing charter & Whale watching pick up at dock.
- Trailheads in East Sooke Park 5 minutes away.
- The Galloping Goose trail is 10 minutes away.
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