Cell: 250-616-2636
Phone: 250-758-4983
Email: bevsandy@shaw.ca

Rates (June to early September, one night stays, $10.00 extra)
$75 Single
$85 Double
$10 Additional Guests
12 Years & Under Free
Pet Friendly

Directions & Travel Information

From the South, Victoria, Nanaimo Airport, Duke Point Ferry

 

1. Leaving the airport, turn right onto Island Hwy

2. Stay on Hwy 19 going north

3. Turn right onto Northfield Road

4. Turn left onto Bowen Road

5. Turn left onto Labieux Road

6. Turn left onto Pheasant Ter

7. Turn right onto Willow Grouse Cr

8. Turn left onto Cameo Way

9. Turn right onto Camcrest Drive

     - to 2734 - Bev & Sandy’s Place - 250-758-4983 - cell 250-616-2636

 

From Departure Bay Ferry

 

1. Leaving the Ferry follow the signs to 19A Parksvillle, Port Hardy

(Brechin Road to Hwy 19A)

2. Stay on Hwy 19A going north

3. Turn left onto Bowen Road

4. Turn right onto Labieux Road

5. Turn left onto Pheasant Ter

6. Turn right onto Willow Grouse Cr

7. Turn left onto Cameo Way

8. Turn right onto Camcrest Drive

     - to 2734 - Bev & Sandy’s Place 250-758-4983 cell 250-616-2636

 

From the north Courtenay, Comox, Parksville

 

1. Hwy 19 going south

2. Coming through Nanaimo stay on Hwy 19 to Victoria

3. Turn left onto Mostar Road

4. Turn right onto Boban Drive

5. Turn left onto Jingle Pot Road East

6. Jingle Pot Road East turns into Labieux Road, stay on Labieux Road

7. Turn right onto Pheasant Ter

8. Turn right onto Willow Grouse Cr

9. Turn left onto Cameo Way

10. Turn right onto Camcrest Drive

       - to 2734 - Bev & Sandy’s Place - 250-758-4983 cell 250-616-2636

Travel Information

Nanaimo's location near the middle of Vancouver Island, just 35 kilometres across the Strait of Georgia from Vancouver, means you can get here easily by land, sea, or air.

 

Many people arrive in Nanaimo via BC Ferries, which operates two major terminals in Nanaimo, with sailings all day between Duke Point and Tsawwassen, and Departure Bay and Horseshoe Bay.

 

There's also a regional airport in Cassidy just south of the city, offering continuous air service to Vancouver and dozens of major cities across Western Canada.

 

For the quickest passage between downtown Vancouver and downtown Nanaimo, catch a 5 minute float plane ride across the Georgia Strait.

 

Nanaimo also has an extensive transit system, and several taxi companies to get you quickly from point A to point B.

 

 

Popular Nanaimo Travel & Tourism Links

 

Air Canada – Operates flights directly to Nanaimo.

 

BC Ferries – The typical way most people arrive to Nanaimo takes approximately one and half hours from Vancouver and operates regularly. See up-to-date BC Ferry schedules, route maps, and fares.

 

Greyhound Canada – Offers bus service from all major points on Vancouver Island, as well as the mainland (Greyhound includes ferry crossing fees in your ticket automatically.). Trips operate daily, and major routes run every two to three hours.

 

Harbour Air Seaplanes – A quick 5-minute float plan trip from Vancouver.

 

Tourism Nanaimo– Has all the travel related information for Nanaimo you could possibly need from accommodations to transportation.