Denman Island is one of the hidden jewels of the Gulf Island chain. With it's long history as a natural beauty and a safe haven for artists of all types, Denman Island is a perfect example of what makes the Gulf Islands so special and unique. As part of the Northern Gulf Island chain and being just a short ferry ride from Vancouver Island makes it also very accessible to travellers arriving from both Victoria Airport, Nanaimo's Duke Point Ferry but in addition from the Comox Valley Airport. Denman Island topography is dominated by dense forest comprised of the types of trees you commonly find on the West Coast. On the Eastern side of the island, you'll find Fillongley Provincial Park and numerous sandy beaches. On the West side is the General Store and the many amenities which are suprisingly well stocked with anything you would need while you are on holiday. The Southern tip of the island features Boyle Point Provincial Park where you will find the Chrome Island Light Station.
Visit Denman Island today, come for the beauty, the beaches, the quiet, the summer festivals, the ocean sports but most of all, the Island feeling.
Hornby Island View - Denman Island Oceanfront
Rates from $1500 per week
The Hornby Island View house is situated on low bank oceanfront with a 270 degree view of the east side of Denman Island, across to Hornby Island and the Coast Mountain Range. Kitchen, dining, and living areas as well as the master bedroom take advantage of these incredible vistas. Summertime picnics on the deck or the beach give way to roasting chestnuts in the fire on chilly evenings during fall and winter. Enjoy a private cove with 600 feet of oceanfront. Explore the tide pools along sandstone and conglomerate shoreline stretching for miles both north and south. This cozy three bedroom rancher is an ideal retreat and base for island adventures any time of the year.... more information