Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, Soule Creek Lodge is closed effective immediately (March 20th 2020) and until further notice. We have suspended our online booking system for the time being. All reservations for March 2020 have been cancelled. If you have a booking with us and would like to cancel, please get in touch with us at info@soulecreeklodge.com. Given the difficult times we are all faced with, there will be no cancelling charges. We are keeping a close eye on the situation and will post updates about our reopening when it will be safe to do so. Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe!


Soule Creek Lodge, Port Renfrew, B.C.

On Vancouver Island's Wild West Coast, Soule Creek Lodge is perched high on the San Juan Ridge with 360º panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, the Olympic Peninsula, the Juan de Fuca Strait, the West Coast Trail, the San Juan Inlet and the Coastal Mountains.

Perched 200 m above sea level on the San Juan Ridge with  160 private acres bordering Provincial Park lands, our view shows very few signs of civilization, making it a great place to feel "away from it all" and catch glimpses of local wildlife while only a 10 minute drive to “downtown” Port Renfrew.

We are just a two hour scenic drive from either Victoria along the scenic Hwy 14, or via Nanaimo through Lake Cowichan along the newly completed Pacific Marine Circle Route, which links Port Renfrew to the rest of the island. Enjoy the scenery or take a hike along the way.
 

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Ranked #1 on TripAdvisor
10 years in a row & Awarded  Certificates of Excellence 2013-2018.
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Soule Creek Lodge
is one of 12 most unique
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Guests find seclusion, serenity
and sophistication on the
edge of a pristine wilderness.
 
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While at the lodge, guests will enjoy ocean view accommodation in our Lodge Suites, Yurts or Cabin, complimented by a wonderful hot breakfast included with your stay. With advance notice, guests may join us for our three course dinner using many Vancouver Island ingredients, fresh local salmon, halibut and freshly grown local vegetables in season. 

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Many day trails are close at hand to explore local forests, lakes and beaches. Some of the largest trees in the world are just a short drive away! Visit Botanical Beach at low tide and explore the tidal pools. Come discover where the black bears, bald eagles, Roosevelt elk, and other wildlife call home. Learn more about local attractions and activities here.



The lodge is quiet, a place to escape from the frantic pace of 21st century life. We only wish we could have planned for another day and night there.

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