Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Accessible by air only, the isolated rainforest retreat of Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is the perfect base for exploring the natural wonders of this area by land, sea and air, as well as enjoying everything the resort has to offer, from the finest of foods to the most luxurious of beds.


Perfect forStressed out city dwellers who want to relax and recharge their batteries.
In the knowIf you need an antidote to city living, take the City Detox programme for a few days, which combines a boat tour of the Broughton Archipelago, kayaking or hiking and a range of resort activities, alongside healthy, nourishing local cuisine.

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Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Nimmo Bay is in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia.

Rooms at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

The wood cabins are dictated by nature- the inter-tidal cabins were built over the movement of the tide, and have sweeping views over the bay, while the streamside cabins sit in the trees by the stream, with a waterfall nearby to soothe you to sleep. Delights you’ll find in your cabin include Egyptian cotton bedding, Aveda bath products, Mission Hill wine and homemade cookies.

Food & drink

At breakfast enjoy freshly baked pastries made in the resort’s own bakery and freshly brewed coffee to set you up for the day. In the evening, an amuse-bouche is served on the floating fire dock or in the lodge, followed by a three course meal inspired by the natural surroundings, such as a dessert of wild flower pavlova.

Facilities

Relax in the cedar hot tubs or brave the cold in the waterfall plunge pool.

Activities at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

Choose from a range of wilderness adventures with the resort’s guides, such as a waterfall boat tour or a hike to a lake where you can take a refreshing dip. You can also fish, including heli-fishing, which gives access to isolated, well-stocked rivers, or book your own helicopter to explore the natural wonders of the area, such as alpine meadows, white sand beaches, remote islands and hot springs.

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