This seaside cottage is the guest house on our property in the Woodlands area of North Vancouver. Indian Arm is the southernmost glacial fjord on the west coast of North America, extending 10 miles northeast inland from Burrard Inlet and Vancouver harbour. Located on the eastern slope of Mount Seymour, the Woodlands area is a paradise for hiking, kayaking and mountain biking, where you are minutes away from the North Shore's Baden Powell Trail, Quarry Rock and legendary mountain biking terrain.
The Cottage itself is a 2 story, 650 square foot building. It is newly renovated with stainless steel appliances, quartz counter-tops, wood stove, a private deck, garden and patio with a propane barbecue. Upstairs there is a queen bed, sofa, and TV with surround sound.
The Woodlands area is a secluded group of waterfront properties on the shore of Indian Arm, just north of Deep Cove. Part of the Woodlands adventure is the road. Indian River Drive was built in 1909 to connect Woodlands to the rest of North Vancouver. It was not paved until the 1990s, and today is a beautiful 5KM winding trip through mature second growth rain forest.
Summertime at Woodlands is glorious and beautiful. The property faces east, so you will enjoy the sunrise. Then there's winter. It rains here in the winter. A lot. Nearby Deep Cove is sometimes called 'Deepest Darkest Cove' during the November - March months. It doesn't snow here often, but when it does we have to park at the top of the Fire Lane and hike to and from the house. Keeps us fit, though. We have a propane supply, a firewood supply and a backup generator. We are ready for the zombie apocalypse. Or winter at Woodlands. Whichever comes first. You can stay here in the winter, but don't say we didn't warn you!
Sorry, No Smokers
This property is not suitable for people with limited mobility due to steep stairs,
Not suitable for pets
RATES ARE FIRM
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