Ocean Wilderness Inn

Ocean front hotel on the South West coast of Vancouver Island
Continental breakfast included

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Our lodge

Welcome To

Ocean Wilderness Inn

Beautifully situated on the west coast of Vancouver Island between the majestic rain forest and the Salish Sea.  Located in the town of Shirley (between Sooke and Jordan River), this is a perfect place for people who want to experience and explore all the beauty of the Pacific Rim.

Come for the Natural Beauty... stay for the magic!

View of ocean while hiking Juan de Fuca Trail
View of Juan de Fuca Strait from Ocean Wilderness garden
"Enjoy spectacular views of Salish Sea, majestic old growth trees, lush gardens and the private beach on our 5 beautiful acres."
View of Enchanted Forest beds

"Relax in your extra-large suite and enjoy the natural beauty from every window. "

Deer in the woods behind Rainforest

"No matter which suite you chose you will be surrounded by beauty at every turn."

Seals on the beach

Take our scenic creek-side path, through the old growth rain forest to our beautiful private beach for wave watching, whale watching, snorkeling, seaweed gathering, fossil viewing, beach combing and more."

Path to the beach through the rain forest
Special features


Sweet dreams

  • Spacious rooms
  • Private entrances
  • Super comfortable beds with luxurious pillow top mattresses
  • Luxury hotel pillows & linens
  • Robes

Attention to detail


  • Super large soaker tubs in several rooms
  • Spectacular views of the forest, gardens, Olympic Mountains & Salish Sea
  • Hot tub overlooking ocean & private beach
  • Wine opener & wine glasses

What People are Saying


"An amazingly picturesque part of the world."


“Restful retreat”

"We just had to stay another day. "


“I’ll be back”

"Second time around – it just gets better. I’ll be back. The gardens were stunning with their ocean view. Great atmosphere."



"We felt that we were so fortunate to have “discovered” Ocean Wilderness which we have recommended to others and shall go on doing so."