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Vacation rentals in Sechelt

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Entire guest suite · Roberts Creek
The Spoke and Paddle
Comfortable 1 bedroom suite, centrally located between Sechelt and Gibsons in beautiful Roberts Creek. Short walk to popular Henderson beach by road or along scenic forest trails. Separate entry with full kitchen, in suite laundry, and a small outdoor covered patio. Enjoy coffee and breakfast at the Gum Boot café in Roberts Creek, mountain biking and hiking trails, ocean picnics and beach fires. Bring your beach shoes, your walking shoes and just enjoy the neighborhood.
$56 per night
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Entire guesthouse · Sechelt
Private Cabin with Kitchen “The Wooded Stump”
Convenient central location putting you just a stone's throw away from the many beautiful places to explore on the Sunshine Coast! Just a 5-minute walk to Silverstone beach.
$81 per night
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Entire cottage · Sechelt
Rustic mini cabin
Private rustic sleeping cabin. Ideal for a couple. Private outhouse and running water. Beautiful outdoor shower in the trees. BBQ, hot plate, toaster, kettle, mini fridge. Pots, pans and cooking utensils. Coffee and tea provided. Queen size bed. Five minute drive from downtown Sechelt, and plenty of beaches within walking distance. Lots of hiking trails and minutes away from Coast Gravity Park. Sorry, no TV.
$66 per night

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Stay near Sechelt's top sights

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Lighthouse Marine Pub63 locals recommend
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Basted Baker43 locals recommend
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Porpoise Bay Provincial Park6 locals recommend
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The Bricker Cider Company39 locals recommend
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Davis Bay Beach13 locals recommend
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Raven's Cry Theatre8 locals recommend

House rentals in Sechelt

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Entire home · Sechelt
Waterfront Home Paddle Board, Hot Tub
$216 per night
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Private room · Sechelt
Private View suite
$85 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
Amazing Inlet View at Waterfront Home
$332 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
Central 2 Bedroom+1 Den spacious home with patio
$118 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
The Inlet Tree House
$127 per night
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Private room · Sechelt
Seaglass Guest House
$134 per night
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Private room · Sechelt
Koka Coast by the sea-1
$92 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
Getaway From It All
$162 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
Expansive Ocean Views, Cozy Relaxing Space, Beach Across the Street, Walk to Restaurants, Shops
$190 per night
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Entire home · Roberts Creek
Roberts Creek Modern Coastal Getaway...
$107 per night
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Entire home · Roberts Creek
Hideaway Creek - Modern luxury retreat
$246 per night
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Entire home · Sechelt
La Casa - Mexican flair, steps to beach and town
$207 per night

Your guide to Sechelt

All About Sechelt

On the Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, the village of Sechelt sits between the Sechelt Inlet and the Georgia Strait. Mountains surround this easygoing, artsy town, where most popular attractions center on the appreciation and enjoyment of this scenic natural area. You’ll find countless trails and pathways to explore, including Davis Bay Esplanade, a short oceanside walk where you can watch the crabbers or take in a sunset. Rolling hills covered with Canada’s oldest forests — filled with ancient, enormous hemlock and yellow cedar trees — frame the waters of the inlet and rocky beaches below where you can launch a kayak or canoe. At Porpoise Bay, you’ll find a sandy beach and calm waters for swimming.

During the winter season, snowshoeing and groomed cross-country ski trails are accessible at Tetrahedron Provincial Park and Dakota Ridge. Nature’s bounty is also a cause for celebration in Sechelt, and a thriving agricultural community will help you discover local farm-to-table restaurants, farmers markets, wineries, breweries, and cideries.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sechelt?

Sechelt has a long, cold rainy season that stretches from October to March. It’s best to bundle up and bring snow-resistant footwear if you’re visiting during this time, when the forests fill up with mist and fog stretches across the beaches. The late spring and summer are sunny and warm, making this the most popular time for outdoor enthusiasts to book Sechelt vacation rentals — but it’s still a good idea to bring layers for the cool evenings. Throughout October, the Sechelt Arts Festival brings artists and audiences from all over BC for an interactive festival highlighting local Indigenous communities. The event features gallery shows, dance performances, craft workshops, film screenings, lectures, and music. And in December, the community gets into the holiday spirit with the Festival of Lights, featuring a street parade, food, and a musical light show.


What are the top things to do in Sechelt?

Cowrie Street

The town’s buzzing main street is lined with gelato shops, brunch-focused cafes, music stores, bakeries, and shops selling toys, gifts, and home goods. If you need to grab hiking gear and kayaks, you’ll find outdoor outfitters in town. You can easily traverse the street in an afternoon before wandering down to the pier with a coffee in hand.

Hiking Trails

About 16 minutes to the west of Sechelt, you’ll find Sargent Bay Provincial Park, where you can enjoy unspoiled views of the rocky coast and take the trails around Colvin Creek (where you can see a fish ladder) and Triangle Lake. The paths at Hidden Grove are wheelchair accessible and they wind through more than nine miles of old-growth forest (note that there are no restrooms or other facilities available here). For a gentle hike for all ages, you can take in Chapman Falls in about an hour round-trip.

Artisan and Farmers Markets

The Sunshine Coast is brimming with markets that celebrate local farmers, artists, and makers. The main Sechelt market with vendors selling honey, crafts, prepared foods, and hard cider is held on Cowrie Street each Sunday morning from April through September. Fall and winter markets are held inside from October through December. About 20 minutes to the southeast is Gibsons Public Market, where you can shop for small-batch cheeses and plastic-free products, eat at the Market Bistro, or take in the latest art exhibit.