• Check-in time is at 3:00pm and check-out time is 11:00am.

  • We have affordable long term room rentals for those wanting a retreat to paint, write, relax, do photography, or make art. Please contact us for more information regarding a long term stay.

  • Our pub is currently closed, however, we built a new take out kitchen for walk up service we call “ The Window”. It is open for lunch and dinner from 11:30am-12:30pm/6:00pm-7:15pm every day! * We have reduced our hours due to winter/covid. Please check out facebook page for more information! 

  • Our Co-Op is open 9:30-5:30 Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and 12-5pm Friday and Saturday. It is closed Sunday and Monday, so please plan your meals ahead! With Covid their hours are constantly changing, so please check online for current hours.

  • Coho Joe's is Wednesday - Sunday from 9am-2:30pm to serve breakfast, lunch, and beverages. They are now closed Monday and Tuesdays for the winter.

  • The Burger Barn is now closed for the winter.

  • We have an ATM at our location.

  • The island is home to many talented local artists. Check some of them out here.

  • We have a communal kitchen and living room for guest use.

  • It's free to travel from Malcolm Island to Cormorant Island, so you can easily day trip to Alert Bay.

  • We are located only 250 meters from the ferry terminal and you only pay one way!

  • We are home to a whale rubbing beach ( ten minutes from the hotel ) that sees Orcas only a few feet from the shore for a pebble massage. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and it is the only known population in the world to exhibit this behaviour! Your best chance of spotting this is between August-September. Bring some food, bring some blankets, bring your binoculars, and be prepared to put the time in!

  • We have a very active sea life/wildlife that includes eagles, dolphins, minke whales, humpback whales, orcas, minks, seals, sea lions, and deer. Our island is lucky enough to not have to worry about cougars or bears habituating ( though they do sometimes swim here for a quick visit ).