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On the extreme NE corner of the Tanglewood development, our modern unit is bordered to the north by Rathtrevor Provincial Park (featuring hectares of old growth forest and miles of trails) and offers views to the east of rolling lawns – an excellent play space if you’ve young children, and frequented by deer and rabbits in the early morning and at dusk – as well as evergreen and arbutus trees through which the ocean waters of Craig Bay and the Strait of Georgia can be glimpsed. Stunning Rathtrevor Beach – one of the best in Canada, featuring miles of sand dotted with shallow tide pools, warm water, and safe swimming and offering great beachcombing opportunities – is but a safe 60-second stroll below. Need a break from the beach? You will be within a 10-min. walk of a multitude of additional recreational opportunities (incl. mini-golf, tennis, swimming pool, and playground) as well as restaurants and a world-class spa. Great golf courses and other amenities are a short drive away.
More on the unit: Your vacation in our 1,200 sq. ft. condo, with sleeping capacity for up to six, will be filled with comfort and amenities. Pamper yourself in the sizable bathrooms with in-floor heating, tiled counters and showers, and tub in the master suite. Cook your favorite meals in the full-size gourmet kitchen complete with granite counters, kitchen island/bar, and stainless appliances (including side-by-side fridge/freezer with water and ice-maker, gas cook-top, electric convection oven, and microwave oven). Dine and relax in a beautiful park setting on the ocean-facing outdoor patio, complete with natural gas BBQ and comfortable outdoor furnishings, while your children play on the adjacent lawns. Enjoy the hardwood floors, 9-foot ceilings, cozy gas fireplace, front-load washer and dryer, plus free wireless internet and cable LCD TV with DVD player.
Spring shoulder May 20 - Jun 30, 2016 7 night min stay
Summer Jul 1 - Sep 5, 2016 7 night min stay
Fall shoulder Sep 6 - Nov 6, 2016 7 night min stay
My Standard Rate 7 night min stay
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
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Refundable Damage Deposit$375.70
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The Parksville/Qualicum area of Oceanside is a prime vacation destination known for its mild climate, many sandy beaches, warm ocean waters, great year-round golfing, excellent birding, and countless other recreational opportunities (including sailing, kayaking, fishing, and hiking). Six of Vancouver Island's 40 outstanding golf courses are within a 20-minute drive away. This ideal location also provides central access to many popular Vancouver Island attractions, including the verdant and bountiful Cowichan Valley (known as “Canada’s Provence”, featuring 10 wineries and several artisan bakeries, butchers and the like) and “olde English” Victoria to the south, Cathedral Grove and the “wild west coast” (the West Coast Trail, Pacific Rim National Park, Tofino, Clayoquot Sound) of Vancouver Island to the west, and the more diverse Comox Valley to the north.