This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
From $135/nt Canadian Dollars
C$165 - C$185 per night - CAD 3 night min stay
From $115/nt - $135/nt Canadian Dollars
$560/wk Can Dollars
$90/nt, $595/wk Canadian Dollars
Port Moody Travel Tips
Enjoy a Spectacular Ocean View from Port Moody Vacation Rentals
Thinking of spending your next vacation in British Columbia? Port Moody vacation rentals are an urban retreat where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the ocean from your balcony. Sit back, relax, and watch the ships come in. You'll love the West-coast sunsets as well. Most Vancouver lodging is fully furnished with spacious bedrooms, baths (with tub/shower combos), and fully stocked kitchens. You can cook your favorite gourmet meal from home in Port Moody vacation rentals. Vancouver also offers plenty of fine restaurants within close range.
Try Some Great Restaurants Within a Short Distance of Port Moody Vacation Rentals
Nested on the Port Moody coastline, The Boathouse Restaurant in Moody Center offers great ambiance (including a huge fireplace), excellent seafood, and fantastic views of the ocean. For appetizers, try the Calamari Fries and Sweet Chili Chicken. Coconut Tiger Shrimp is also excellent. For dessert, try the Mocha Ice Cream Pie. Basil Pizzeria on St. Johns Street offers great Italian and Greek food at reasonable prices. Their baked lasagna is excellent. They also serve a fabulous greek salad, souvlaki, and pita bread. The restaurant is very casual (offering bar stools for chairs), but it's a fun place for families to dine.
Port Moody Accommodations and Vancouver Lodging OfferPlentiful Activities
Port Moody accommodations offer quick access to the Shoreline Trail where you can walk, jog, bike or roller blade to Rocky Point Park. From Rocky Point Park, you can enjoy a fresh water pool, playground, a large grassy area, and a boat. Take a stroll or bike ride along a paved trail to Orchard Park located on the north side of the inlet. The Port Moody Rail Station Museum is also close by. Built around 1905, the Port Moody Station was the second railway station built in the area. Bring your mountain bike and enjoy the famous biking trails in the Anmore area, or travel to North Vancouver. If you enjoy hiking, then Buntzen Lake isn't far away.