Destination - Local Area Around Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast
As one of the most conveniently located hotels in Gibsons, BC and less than a 10-minute drive from the BC Ferries Langdale Terminal, the Cedars Inn Hotel & Convention Centre is the place to stay if you are interested in seeing Gibsons’ top local attractions. For starters, the Gibsons Public Art Gallery and the Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives are both less than a ten-minute drive away from our hotel.
There are numerous areas and places to visit in and around upper Gibsons, which is also known for its excellent eateries and bakeries. Other popular areas such as Pender Harbour, Roberts Creek and stunning views from Knob Hill are nearby as well. Enjoy art galleries, the waterfront, the main strip of Marine Drive, Molly’s Lane shops and so much more when you come to Gibsons Landing. Dine at Molly’s Reach Restaurant of the famous Canadian drama TV series, The Beachcombers, or at the coast’s popular oyster house, Smitty’s, less than a five-minute drive away.
Gibsons is home to numerous nature parks that have hikes, trails and picnic areas. A visit to Skookumchuck Provincial Park is the perfect place for a 45-minute hike and witnessing 200 billion gallons of water flow through the narrows connecting the Jervis and Sechelt and Inlet on a 3-metre tidal wave. There is Cliff Gilker Park nearby where you can see breathtaking views and take in a gorgeous sunset. Sun, sand and surf worshippers will find what they need just down the road at Chaster Beach and Bonniebrook Beach.
Next door to our hotel is the Gibsons Cinema, which shows first run movies and also offers special events like live performances, Yuk-Yuk’s Comedy nights, and more. For added convenience Sunnycrest Mall is just a short stroll away from the property where guests can buy a quick snack, pick up necessities and shop for other items. When it comes to affordable hotels near Sechelt with plenty of things to do in the area – the Cedars Inn Hotel & Convention Centre is the perfect choice.
Located on the southern coast of British Columbia, Canada, the Sunshine Coast relies purely on air and ferry transportation. This piece of BC paradise stretches approximately 110 miles between Howe Sound on the southeast side and the entrance to Desolation Sound on the northwest side. There are so many things to do, including beachcombing, hiking the famed Sunshine Coast Trail, exploring Aboriginal totem poles, biking over waterfalls and more! There are farms to visit, crafts beers to sample, museums and 100 artist studios to visit, unique shops to browse and family friendly activities galore.