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The oceanfront, 1905 Historic Lund Hotel is located at the tip of BC's beautiful Sunshine Coast, the Gateway to the renowned Desolation Sound near Powell River. Since built by the Swedish Thulin brothers who founded Lund, the hotel has served as the heart of this quaint village. After falling into disrepair in the late 1900's, the hotel was purchased by its' current owners in 1999 and has undergone an ongoing series of renovations. The hotel now features 31 renovated guest rooms that range from budget friendly units to lavish boutique style suites, all of which offer clean, bright decors and modern amenities. Our pub, restaurant and decks feature unobstructed ocean views and outstanding dining. We look forward to your visit.
The Historic Lund Hotel, Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
|Store Hours:||9:00-6:00 daily
|Pub Hours:||12:00-7:00 Sunday - Thursday, 12:00-8:00 Friday & Saturday
||12:00-7:00 open for lunch and dinner
|Front Desk Hours:||9:00-5:00 daily
|Gas Dock Hours:||9:00-4:00 daily
Right in our front yard visit Savary Island, the Copeland Islands & beautiful Desolation Sound, BC's largest provincial marine park! The Lund area attracts enthusiasts of all things recreational, cultural and historic. Join us and let the Historic Lund Hotel let you enjoy firsthand the pristine waters, undisturbed woodlands and abundant marine & wild life unique to this area.
Activity packages include marine sightseeing excursions, sea kayaking rentals & guided tours from our front steps. Other nearby activities include hiking, diving, canoeing, bicycle rentals and more.
Whether seeking excitement and adventure or relaxation and downtime, the oceanfront Historic Lund Hotel is a unique and memorable west coast vacation destination. Call or email us for more information on the many ways to discover beautiful Desolation Sound and the many coastal islands and inlets surrounding Lund, BC.