The last few days of our trip to Vancouver Island were spent in and around Port Renfrew, a small remote fishing village of about 200 residents located on the southwest coast of the island.
We stayed at the Wild Renfrew Seaside Cottages where it's a quick walk to the Pub, or you can shop in the quaint gift shop or you can just sit back and relax with a glass or three of wine, and enjoy the water, wildlife, beauty and tranquility.
|The Pub at Port Renfrew|
|Waterfall at Sandcut Beach|
There’s very little of anything at all in Port Renfrew. Not too much in the way of groceries or even a year-round gas station. And no cell service.
But what they do have ... fishing, hiking, wildlife, rivers, lakes, beaches, camping, surfing and huge old-growth trees ... more than makes up for what they don’t have.