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Welcome Aboard

Real Houses of… Halfmoon Bay from Heather Newman on Vimeo. Billed as a “yacht built onto rock”, the Pointhouse made it’s TV debut on the new W networks series Real Houses of…  We hosted a special screening night with friends October 27th, 2015. The four man film crew from New Brunswick spent a full 12 hour day […]

Sea Change

Sea-change or seachange, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, means “a change wrought by the sea.”  The term originally appears in Shakespeare’s The Tempest in Ariel’s song “Full Fathom Five” . Full fathom five thy father lies; Of his bones are coral made; Those are pearls that were his eyes; Nothing of him that doth fade, But doth suffer a sea-change […]

Beautiful British Columbia

David Byrne, Scottish freelance travel journalist and broadcaster, encourages British Columbians to keep blowing their own horns about the beauty of their home province. David and friend Shannon visited the Sunshine Coast last October to find out what the attraction was for this little stretch of coastline a hop(literally), skip and jump from Vancouver. They sampled some […]

Valentine’s special

Valentine’s Special Surprise your Valentine  with a special getaway (from $769)

Miss StyleRun visits the Sunshine Coast

Miss Style Run, Catherine Tan, made a visit to the Sunshine Coast May 31- Jun2 . Beginning with a walking and tasting tour of Sechelt, she and hubby Kevin quickly took the pulse of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Staying at the Pointhouse their first night they got to check out our luxury digs and spectacular […]

Bed & breakfast keeping ag history alive

By Brenda Birley, Peace Country Sun Some might consider a luxury granary to be one filled to the top with golden grain, but for Heather Newman of Dawson Creek and her many guests, a luxury granary is a honeymoon paradise or a relaxing get-away. The Granaries on Bear Mountain offer the weary traveller or the […]

Bird and Breakfast

At this northern B.C. getaway, nature is the star attraction. by Nancy Payne Canada is full of destinations where visitors can catch a glimpse of wildlife and enjoy nature, and they’re not necessarily remote, hard-to-get-to areas.In the case of The Granaries on Bear Mountain, near Dawson Creek, B.C., you don’t even have to leave your […]