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S-wiya?iy sin-ku ( land & water)

In the Shishalh language,  s-wiya? iy sin-ku, land and water, are intimately related. At the Pointhouse, both land and sea are also naturally connected and influence everything from our sustainability policies to our hospitality and amenities. The design principle for the Pointhouse landscape was “forage in the forest”. Many of the plantings are edible berries, fruit, or medicinal and culinary herbs and plants […]

Sunshine Coast in Winter

BC Living has just published an article by Amy Watkins, a British writer living in Vancouver, with seven great reasons to visit the Sunshine Coast in winter, one of which includes the Pointhouse billed as a Bond-esque “secret lair for lovers”. From inspiring sunrises, solitary snowshoeing, to spa gardens and earthly journeys the rest of the lineup is […]

Electric Car Sunshine Coast Road Trip

Electric vehicle owners visiting the Sunshine Coast can plug in for a fast charge at one of four locations, with at least 9 more coming in 2013.  Here is a list of the 4 locations and some things to do while you wait for your car to charge: Sechelt Library – 5797 Cowrie Street, Sechelt WHILE […]

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 […]