Built in 1999, and formerly known as the Roots Lodge, this property was developed to give the feel of a 1920’s oceanfront fishing village nestled amidst the lush rain forest. Cedar walkways and paths are peppered throughout to connect each cottage and loft home.
The vision of the Roots Lodge was to offer a “grown-up” version of going to camp. Sleeping bags & bunk beds were replaced with beautiful maple beds covered in soft, cozy Roots Home fleece sheets. Free time activities of “kick-the can” and “arts & crafts” were replaced with whale watching, sea kayaking and beach combing. And, campfire sing-alongs were replaced with unplugged performances by none other than the iconic, Canadian Barenaked Ladies Band.
This unique vision is what drew Jason Priestley as an original investor. Known for his acting, directing, and race car driving, Jason wanted to be part of this eco-tourism venture. He wanted to share his passion for the West Coast experience. Facing some struggles, the original Lodge owners sold the property to the Priestley family, who in turn, relaunched it as Terrace Beach Resort. By rebranding and adding some personal touches, the resort experienced a positive turn around.
After years of promoting the West Coast and enjoying years of success, the Priestleys decided to retire. It is in the summer of 2020, that Island Creek Developments purchased the property and created the vision for the Resort’s future—a future that can now include you as an owner.
Enjoy some of Vancouver Island’s most beautiful coastal views, right from our newly renovated suites. Just steps away from Terrace Beach, you can enjoy the amazing sunsets, or the vast pacific ocean for a truly unique oceanside experience.
Make sure you bring your camera anytime you visit! Starry nights, spectacular waves, and up-close and personal wildlife are just some of the picturesque moments you can capture at Terrace Beach Resort.
There is nothing quite like living on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Our newly renovated suites offer luxury living in the middle of nature. Terrace Beach Resort is absolutely one of the best ways to experience the pacific northwest.