Nestled at the foot of Mount Stephens in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, is this luxurious yet wild resort where nature is the star. The calm bay setting is surrounded by pine trees, with a gushing waterfall nearby – and two relaxing cedar hot tubs within waterfall earshot. With only nine cabins, Nimmo Bay is as intimate as it is serene. The Intertidal Cabins are stilt homes built above the water lapping on the shore. Guests that stay in the Forest Cabins are basked in views of dense greenery and soothing waterfall sounds. All cabins feature two bedrooms with cozy king or queen size beds, feather pillows, and Belgian linen cotton sheets. The cuisine at Nimmo Bay is locally and sustainably sourced and reflects the wildness of the region.
Many guests come to unplug and explore the Nimmo Bay area, yet there is plenty of adventure on offer, such as riding kayaks on the open water, photography experiences, and bear or whale watching tours. The resort spa offers an array of treatment options that can be enjoyed next to the beach or near the waterfall for nature sounds all around.