Places to stay in Comox, British Columbia

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Comox is a town located on the eastern side of Vancouver Island, British Columbia in the Comox Valley. Comox has a population of approximately 12,200 people and is home to the Canadian air force base CFB Comox and HMCS Quadra. Local dining options include Pho Maple Noodle, La Cabana De Marcos, Plates Eatery & Catering Co Ltd, and Avenue Bistro.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Comox is located close to Andrew Lake, Cortes Bay, Rumbottle Creek, Hell Diver Lake and Elma Bay.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Comox

The Cape Lazo Resort Campground & RV

10 OUT OF 10 Nicest RV park we have ever stayed at. New investors broke ground on March 1, 2013 and did a complete re-do. Everything is new - office & confections, bathroom and "pavilion" with one interior and one exterior fireplace. Great playground & equipment for children. Short walk to the beach. We'll be .....

The Levenvale Bed & Breakfast

Photograph of Levenvale Bed & Breakfast, Comox
Hosts are retired Canadian Air Force and spent three years in England on exchange with the Royal Air Force. Alan flew the Lightning and Hunter aircraft while there. Alan and Shirley have traveled to many parts of Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Cook Islands, Fiji, Egypt, Oman, Dubai, India .....

The Singing Sands B&B

Photograph of Singing Sands B&B, Comox
The neighbouring communities of Comox and Courtenay offer the attraction and tranquility of small towns everywhere, but the Comox Valley area of BC has also gained a world-class reputation for its recreation opportunties. Launch your boat or kayak and explore the bays and inlets of Georgia Strait. .....

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The town shares the Comox Valley with the City of Courtenay, the Village of Cumberland, and the unincorporated settlements of Royston, Union Bay, Fanny Bay, Black Creek and Merville. The valley's population is currently well past the 30,000 mark, and has experienced a recent period of sustained growth.

Comox is known for being home of the Lorne Hotel, the oldest licensed establishment in British Columbia, and for the Filberg Festival, an annual summertime arts and crafts extravaganza named for the residential park where it's held. Coinciding with the Filberg Festival in early August are the 'Nautical Days' celebrations in Comox Marina Park boasting a parade, a classic car show, an amateur boatbuilding competition and live music performances.

Other local Comox information.

  • Longitude: -124°58'8.4000
  • Latitude: 49°40'22.44

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