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 Goss Creek, Echo Bay, Copeman Creek, Marble Peak and Paradise Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Comox

The Cape Lazo Resort Campground & RV

10 OUT OF 10 Stayed for 1 week for 2 years now. Everything was great. Grandkids had great time. Going again in 2013. Resort has been sold and has been changed. New store has been build along with new washrooms and laundry room. New firepit area. All the spaces have been redone with new grass, new parking for .....

The Hide-A-Way in Comox B&B

Photograph of Hide-A-Way in Comox B&B, Comox
• Cozy B&B located in Comox in the Comox Valley. Courtenay and Cumberland are nearby towns. Upon arrival you'll first enter the Garden, make your way to your private entrance through a magical and fragrant arbour of lights and fairies. Open the door to a hot kettle ready for tea or coffee and .....

The Foskett House Bed and Breakfast

Photograph of Foskett House Bed and Breakfast, Comox
Built in 1920 by Henry and Hattie Foskett, the house is a South African style colonial with wrap around verandas. Situated at Point Holmes, across the road from the ocean, Foskett House Bed and Breakfast is protected by wind-sculpted Garry Oaks and Pine trees which offer you the tranquility of a .....

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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