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Seabeam Fishing Resort

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    Reviewed 26 July 2016

    I was born where there's no water so I'm not an avid fisherman, but I am in the process of becoming one. My wife and I went to the Lodge for three nights recently, and I had motorcycled there three weeks before that with a friend in order to check out the road and the facilities. The Lodge costs only...

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    Thank Ronald W
    Edmonton, Canada
    Reviewed 3 September 2014

    My girlfriend and I came to fish for just a day and two nights, and were having troubles finding something affordable and last minute... luckily we were directed to Seabeam! We were able to rent a 5th wheel that belonged to their neighbors lot. It was very convenient, considering we were fishing with the next charter to the left of...

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    Thank tentkitty
    Fort St. John, Canada
    Reviewed 2 August 2014

    This is a GREAT place to book as a group, or a large family. Take over the whole place and you would have it all! sufficiant kitchen space, huge porch/deck to dine on, and 10-12 bedrooms each has at least two small beds. Grappler cove is a small inlet just outside the main Bamfield harbour area, well protected moorage. Excellent...

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    Thank Darcy B
    Calgary, Canada
    Reviewed 9 August 2013

    Our group have been spending one week each year for 13 years at the Seabeam Lodge. We look forward to it every year and wouldn't miss it. The staff are friendly, helpful and dedicated to ensuring our stay is top notch. The lodge is a continuously being upgraded and I look forward to see what's new each year. This year...

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    3Thank Brent F
    Reviewed 8 August 2013

    If you want to experience westcoast fishing at its finest with the greatest lodging around then visit Seabeam Lodge. The staff are fantastic and are the most knowledgeable in Barclay Sound. You're a master of your own destiny in the lodge and kitchen and the camaraderie is unbeatable. Our group of four has been going for years now and every...

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    3Thank tkfEdmonton
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    Reviewed 24 July 2013

    as a return guest to seabeam lodge the upgraded dining/common area was wow. staff was friendly , knowledgable and there when you had a question. the experience of morning coffee on the deck with felow guests,the quiet and view in grappler bay is stunning. the fishing and weather made my stay complete.

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    2Thank roy p
    Fort Collins, Colorado
    Reviewed 22 July 2013

    My family is still raving about our time at Seabeam Fishing Resort. The staff, location next to good fishing, quiet bay location, all added up to a great time for us. The staff was over the top friendly, we fished four days and enjoyed the rustic comforts of a rental house every night. My 8 y/o daughter loved exploring the...

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    2Thank Harris1218
    Comox,British Columbia,Canada
    Reviewed 13 September 2012

    This is a good place for guys who want to go fishing and not expect much out of the facility.There is a main lodge area for a large group and then there are some trailers around the property.We stayed in the trailers and they did the job for a bed.They had four bunk beds and were equipped with an element...

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    4Thank islandrockin
    Coombs, Canada
    Reviewed 22 May 2010

    Not the sort of place to take a date to impress. Lodge is getting very run down and is crying out for some paint and new furniture. But for the average fisherman its a warm comfortable shack were you can meet some amazing people from all over.

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    Address: 346 Tower Rd, Bamfield, British Columbia V0R 1B0, Canada
    Region: Canada > British Columbia > Vancouver Island > Barkley Sound > Bamfield
    Number of rooms: 24
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    “The best time to go is in June or September if you're not an avid fisherman, otherwise go in August and book a year in advance.”
     of 5 bubbles ronaldw690, 26 Jul 2016 | Read review
    “Book a year in advance”
     of 5 bubbles 13darcyb, 2 Aug 2014 | Read review
    “The house rental is best for families I think”
     of 5 bubbles Harris1218, 22 Jul 2013 | Read review
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