133 Gorgeous Suites. A once in a lifetime experience.
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort offers a spectacular escape from the ordinary, in Ucluelet, BC. Experience a Vancouver Island vacation at Black Rock Resort for winter storm watching, spring whale watching, summer adventures, a romantic fall retreat, or a relaxing Spa getaway for anytime of year. With breathtaking vistas of the Pacific Ocean and and tucked away in the rainforest, our comfortable suites offer a magical perspective to Vancouver Island’s rugged West Coast.
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort offers 132 comfortable and contemporary studio, one bedroom and two bedroom suites, including Trail Cabin suites adjacent to the main lodge. Suites accented with wood and stone, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows offer pacific nature views, surrounding you in natural elegance enhanced by the drama and serenity of the coast.
Check In Time: 4 pm
Check Out Time: 11 am
Pawsitively Pet Friendly
Travel with your pet and enjoy your Ucluelet getaway with the whole family. Black Rock Oceanfront Resort welcomes pets to stay in selected pet-friendly suites. All pets must be pre-registered at the time of your reservation
About Pets At Black Rock Resort
- A $25 pet fee applies per night, up to a maximum of $50.00, please mention that you are bringing your pet with you at the time of booking so that we can accommodate our furry friends.
- Pet owners are to be fully responsible for their pets during their stay: please keep on a leash at all times, pick up after your pet and refrain from leaving them alone in your suite if possible.
- There is a dog wash station located outside the main lodge building and a doggy bag dispenser.
- We are located in a dog’s paradise! Located beside the resort is Big Beach. A great location for fetching sticks, chasing a ball and playing with other dogs. Also adjacent to the resort is access to the Wild Pacific Trail. An easy walking trail with stunning ocean views and ancient rainforest trees. Ask Guest Services for one of our local maps that includes the many other beaches and trails to be discovered with your pet.
Pet Friendly Photographer: Kevin Bradshaw of Hello Nature