Orchard Cabin

from 101-150/nt

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Rooms
Bedrooms: 1 (2 beds, sleeps 4 max)
Rates
High Season: 101-150 ()
Low Season: 101-150 ()
Children Welcome: Yes
Pets Welcome: No
One-Night Stay: Yes
Alternate Phone: 1-877-537-8448
Amenities
Children Welcome
113 Purdue Road Salt Spring Island, Canada V8K 2K4

Property Description

** See www.orchardcabin.ca for Availability Calendar **
Orchard Cabin on Salt Spring Island is the perfect private retreat for artists, writers, poets, or musicians. It is also a great getaway for a romantic honeymoon or anniversary. Or bring the kids and the dog!

Peace and quiet surrounds you. Waken to the songbirds’ serenade. Enjoy your self prepared breakfast on the deck with your freshly brewed coffee or tea.  Delight in some of Salt Spring’s fine locally prepared  cheese or fruit preserves, wholesome breads and farm fresh eggs.

Then make your way into Ganges Village to check out ArtCraft and  to browse the local shops and galleries.  Saturday morning is when Salt Spring hosts the famous Salt Spring Market. WE also have a Farmer’s Market on Tuesday afternoons during the summer where you can buy fresh local produce and flowers. Be sure to treat yourself to lunch at one of the many unique restaurants and cafes. Don’t forget to try some gelato at Harlan’s!

Grace Point Square is where you will find Lyman Whitaker’s Windsculptures. These mesmerizing works of art are available in Canada exclusively through Matt at Steffich Fine Art in Grace Point.

If adventure is on your mind, check out fishing, scuba diving, kayaking, whale watching, biking, or hiking. Take a Studio Tour. Go on a boat tour or dinner cruise. Explore Salt Spring’s history or just relax at one of the many beaches, lakes and parks.

On your way back to the cabin, pick up some fresh seafood at The Fishery or some crab at Centennial dock. Add to this some fresh produce from the Salt Spring Market and a bottle of wine from one of the local vineyards to make a delicious island meal. Then bask in the balmy warmth of a summer evening on Salt Spring Island.