Places to stay in Cortes Island, British Columbia

We currently have 14 accommodations in and around Cortes Island with other regional listings available for RV parks, Hotels, Inns, Motor Inns and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Cortes Island is one of the archipelago known as the Discovery Islands in British Columbia which lie beyond the northern end of the Gulf of Georgia, between Vancouver Island and the British Columbia Mainland. Cortes lies on the far side of Quadra Island from the city of Campbell River, separated from Quadra Island by Sutil Channel. To the northeast across Lewis Channel is West Redonda Island, while Desolation Sound lies to the east of Cortes Island and beyond it, the upper end of the Malaspina Peninsula. Places to eat in the region include Market Takeout, and The Boardwalk Restaurant.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the city are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Cortes Island is located close to Elizabeth Island, Mount William, Oyster Bay, Réserve indienne Sliammon 1 and Pill Islets.

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The Hollyhock Centre

Photograph of Hollyhock Centre, Cortes Island
Canada's Leading Educational Retreat Centre is an ideal resort for workshops, holidays and conferences set in the pristine wilderness, offering pampered privacy. Hollyhock is a world-class meeting place for progressive thought, spiritual reawakening, leadership and team building. Throughout its .....

Other local Cortes Island information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -124°56'56.140
  • Latitude: 50°7'0.2200

Things to see and do

Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre

Located at 34 Weway. Nuyumbalees means, The Beginning. The Nuyumbalees Society was founded in 1975 by Hereditary and Elected Chiefs of the Kwa' Kwa' Ka' Wa'Kw people, to negotiate the return of their Potlatch Treasures and Regalia (Kikasuw). The society has been entrusted with the care and preservation of a priceless and historic collection of original Kwa'Kwa'Ka' Wa'Kw Kikasuw returned in February, 1979. The Kwagiulth Museum opened in June of that same year. Since its inception, the Nuyumbalees Society has been committed to the care and preservation of the Potlatch Collection and to the Revitalization of the Kwa'Kwa'Ka' Wa'Kw Language, Culture and Traditions through Cultural Education Programs.

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