Lakeshore on Salt Spring, formerly the Cottage Resort, offers vacation cottage rentals from studio to three bedroom, on scenic, serene St. Mary Lake on Salt Spring Island. The lake is a water shed and therefore does not permit motor vessels, making for a very peaceful and quiet getaway. The resort offers complementary watercraft for guests enjoyment. The nine cottages boast fully stocked kitchens or kitchenettes, private bathrooms (some with tubs), decks with lake and nature views. The private beach offers seclusion from the over-crowded public beach access, along with comfortable recliners, hammocks, umbrellas, family picnic tables and complimentary barbecues. The vacation cottages have been upgraded with modern conveniences of hi-speed wifi, flatscreen cable television, new linens, and other cosmetic upgrades.
The beautiful and nature scenery make Lakeshore on Salt Spring make it a popular destination for Salt Spring Island weddings and family events of up to 100 people. Reputable local wedding caterers, planners, photographers and rentals can be recommended to make that special occasion spectacular.
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia is often referred to as the “jewel of the BC Gulf Islands”. Three BC Ferry terminals, provide easy and enjoyable access from Vancouver, Victoria, or Crofton. Float plane is also a popular travel option, with time-saving daily flights from downtown Vancouver, Vancouver airport and Vancouver Island, via Salt Spring Air, Harbour Air and SeaAir Seaplanes. Salt Spring Island has become a haven for artisans of all stripes and colours, as well as organic farmers, families and visitors looking to get back to a slower and more wholesome way of life. Nature lovers will find a rich diversity of flora and fauna, whether traversing one of the dozens of hiking trails, beaches, and parks that make Salt Spring Island a popular destination for tens of thousands of visitors each year. There are many popular year round activities, such as the Salt Spring Studio Tours, art galleries, beer and wine tasting, whale watching, ocean kayaking, ocean and lake fishing, golf, indoor tennis (and squash) and much more.