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Experience the magic of our ancestral home at Cluxewe Resort

Situated on the ancestral land of the Kwakiutl First Nation, Cluxewe Resort is proudly Indigenous-owned and operated.

Rustic luxury surrounded by the ocean’s ancient whispers

Rest your head in one of our comfortably furnished and self-contained waterfront cottages and suites.

Cottages

Come to a restful stop and let nature embrace you

Relax and unwind at one of our fully or partially serviced ocean, estuary or woodland sites.

RV Sites

Nestle your tent between towering trees and the orca’s calls

Camp in comfort surrounded by nature at one of our ocean or woodland sites.

Tent Camping

The Bistro at Cluxewe

Due to property upgrades and a restructuring of the restaurant operations, the Bistro at Cluxewe is closed for the 2021 season. We apologize in advance for any disappointment or inconvenience. The town of Port McNeill, which is a 15-minute drive south from the resort, has a selection of stores and restaurants.

Bistro

A waterfront retreat on special lands steeped in living history

The lands upon which Cluxewe Resort sits have been home to the Kwakiutl People since time immemorial. Located in a peaceful spot where the Cluxewe River meets the Broughton Strait, Cluxewe was once home to a teeming village of 2000. Today this land is considered an important Origin site in our oral history.

Our Story

Welcome to our home and sanctuary

Cluxewe Resort is nestled on 61 acres of towering trees, flowing waters, and ocean air. Enjoy a meandering drive north on Vancouver Island’s east coast from Victoria or Nanaimo, or a 20-minute drive south from Port Hardy.

Activities

Walk the paths of our ancestors to experience the North Island’s magic

The northern end of Vancouver Island is both remote and accessible, providing the perfect chance to shed the stresses of city life and explore pristine wilderness.

Getting Here