Where to Stay in the Comox Valley
Where to stay in the Comox Valley – and things to do.
The Comox Valley is a tourist destination, so there is a good choice of places to stay, bed and breakfast establishments, motels, vacation rentals and four star hotels and resorts. Here is a map to help you find your way around.
This website is a good place to start – Discover Comox Valley. This is a pretty comprehensive list of all types of accommodations.
The Old House Village Hotel & Spa, where luxury meets value. Discounted rates available for parents and students of CYMC! This property is located in the heart of Courtenay along the River. Kitchens & kitchenettes available. Enjoy the outdoor heated pool, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, relaxing at the fabulous OH Spa, and more! Mention CYMC to receive your special rate!
Another place that offers a discount is Two Eagles Lodge, a vaction rental that also does B&B. This is a little south of town and has a wonderful view.
Reasonably priced accommodation is offered at the Anco Motel. This is locally owned with some newly refurbished rooms. While it is on the main street into Courtenay, rooms at the back are quiet.
The Coast Westerly Hotel located by the 17th Street bridge is a full service hotel and convention centre. It has some newly built extensions and a choice of restaurants.
The Holiday Inn Express is a new hotel built only two years ago, features self contained suites and a water slides. Family oriented. Map here It is on the main road going into Courtenay from the south.
Things to do in the Comox Valley
The hellobc.com website is a good place to start for activities available in the Comox Valley. One of the highlights of the year which illustrates the diversity of activities is the Snow to Surf Race held at the end of April. Staring at the top of Mount Washington it is a relay consisting of downhill and cross country skiers, road racers, cyclists, both mountain bilkers and road racers, canoeing and kayaking, ending in Comox Harbour.
There are lots of activities for those with children, beaches, water parks and swimming pools, playgrounds and museums; we have our very own dinosaur, found in the Puntledge river.
This site has a few suggestions for those with young children