Places to stay in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
We currently have 80 accommodations in and around Salt Spring Island with other regional listings available for RV parks, Motor Inns, Hotels, B&B's and other properties.. You can filter listings by the available types:
Saltspring Island is the largest, most populated, and most visited of the Gulf Islands chain of British Columbia. It was named by officers of the Hudson's Bay Company for the cold and briny saltwater springs on the north end of the island. Places to eat in the region include Oystercatcher Seafood Bar & Grill, Arigado Sushi & Teriyaki, Salt Spring Island Noodle Bar & Curry House, and Market Place Cafe.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the region are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Salt Spring Island is located close to Ballingall Islets Park, Highlands, Sea Island, Chemainus River and Bright Land District.
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Navigating from British Columbia’s Vancouver Island by ferry we arrived at Salt Spring Island, staying three days at the Monivea Bed-and-Breakfast. John and Wendy O’Brien-ffrench, hosts and owners, welcomed us as we drove up the drive, gave us a quick tour of our room-with-private-entrance and .....
More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Today Salt Spring is home to many. This includes retired people from all over the world who seek the quiet life and warm winters, and artisans who enjoy the creative environment on the island, fostered by the many galleries and artists.
Saltspring Island, in the Capital Regional District is the most densely populated of the Gulf Islands and is also home to the biggest Gulf Island provincial campground, Ruckle Provincial Park. The island's shoreline is varied and beautiful, offering rocky shores, tidal pools to explore, shell beaches for beachcombing, and a wide variety of sandy beaches. Of the 22 ocean beaches, 4 are designated for swimming. Many of the beaches which developed thousands of years ago now lie well above sea level and have left Saltspring Island with thick deposits of sand which is often gravelly. Finer-textured soils are more scattered, except in the Fulford Valley where they are dominant. The rugged and mountainous southern end of the island is dominated by Mount Tuam and Mount Bruce, separated from the equally mountainous mid-island region by the Fulford Valley, located between Fulford Harbour and Burgoyne Bay. The north end of the island has a lower elevation, with rolling pastures, deciduous forests and the majority of residential developments, mainly around the village of Ganges.
Other local Salt Spring Island information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -123°30'31.951
- Latitude: 48°48'59.983
Things to see and do
Located at 28 Station Street. E.J. Hughes Biography and contributions to Canadian Art
Olde Towne Gallery
Located at 1213 Wharf Street. Here at the Olde Towne Gallery we pride ourselves in having a little something for everyone. We offer art that is a little different and sometimes completely off the wall.
B C Forest Discovery Centre
Located at 2892 Drinkwater Road. At the BC Forest Discovery Centre, a stroll around the grounds will quickly transform one into an exciting, educational experience. With many exhibits for the whole family, there is always something new to explore.
Salt Spring Island is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Cranberry Ridge B&B, 269 Don Ore Drive
- Bold Bluff Retreat, 1 Bold Bluff
- A Perfect Perch Bed and Breakfast, 225 Armand Way
- Stonecutters Rest, 170 Simpson Road