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TINY CABIN RENTAL



Your Host with the Most who’s engrossed with the Coast may boast of his toast “it’s the most”

ON THIS PAGE:

1) GENERAL INFO

2) VIDEO CLIP

3) TINY CABIN DETAILS

4) UPPER CABIN DETAILS

5) TRAILS ON THE LOT

6) GUEST REVIEWS

1) GENERAL INFO

William’s Tiny Cabins in Pender Harbour are an easy and picturesque 76km drive up the Sunshine Coast (100 km from downtown Vancouver). Drink in the wonderful air and perfect water.

SIZE: Yup, both cabins are small. TINY CABIN: 8×12 feet on lower floor plus 6×3 bathroom. Top floor is approx 7×12. UPPER CABIN: 8×12 but does not lose floor space due to design. Tiny Bathroom. Top sleeping area is approx 7×12.

WILDLIFE: Below: You may see Deer, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, lizards, turtles, Grouse, Bald Eagles, a wild bunny, owls, bats, crickets, loons on the lake…

CANOE: Launching my lightweight canoe from my dock.

WARM LAKE: This lake is only about 30 feet deep so it can often hit 80 degrees F.  It is also the drinking water source locally so no noisy boats :-).

ROPE SWING: 2 minute walk rom my dock.

Three decks!

PENDER HILL TRAIL: There is a trail from the back of my lot – and 2 easier routes too.
View from the Top of Pender Hill.

JIANT JENGA (stored in the green garbage can with the orange spots):

RENTING: CLICK HERE TO EMAIL WILLIAM ABOUT CABIN RENTALS. Please include:Your name, dates you are keen on (2 night minimum), phone number, amount of people and which cabin (Tiny, Upper or both)?

2) VIDEO:

I made this fun video that will give an idea of the lake in front, the mountain off the back yard and my lot itself. MANY improvements since this video.

2) VIDEO:

New clip in 2021 of the Excessive bump on the new Excessive trail. Named that since it has 7 bridges so far. A bit excessive?

3) TINY CABIN INFO

  • Heaters on both floors,
  • Microwave oven
  • Induction stove top
  • Small fridge with small freezer section
  • Simple coffee maker with built in filter (you might eat a ground or two)
  • Outdoor barbecue that lights with a button
  • Fantastic drinking water from the kitchen sink and also from three hydrants nearby,
  • Flushing toilet
  • Plates, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, cleansers.
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Remote control candles (what a hoot)
  • Jiant jenga game if you like
  • Hot water on Demand (use with caution)
  • No shower

MOVIES: indoor dvd or outdoor possible (with some set up).

IN THE TINY CABIN:  Heaters on both floors, fantastic drinking water, microwave, toaster oven, toaster, barbecue, induction hot plate, small fridge with small freezer, coffee maker with built in filter, blender, fire extinguisher. Also plates and cutlery.

BATHROOM: At the back there, and tiny of course

*Note this is the new countertop that I put in in May 2021

>MURPHY BED: 2 Full set(s) blankets, pillows, covers, wall heater on both levels…

MURPHY BED STORED:

TCFP –  “TINY CABIN FIRE PIT”: super lovely. A little firebowl and firewood, etc all there.

ELECTRO CANDLES: Battery operated candles :-):

4) UPPERCABIN INFO

  • Heaters on both floors,
  • Microwave oven
  • Induction stove top
  • Small fridge with small freezer section
  • Simple coffee maker with built in filter (you might eat a ground or two)
  • Outdoor barbecue
  • Fantastic drinking water from the kitchen sink and also from three hydrants nearby,
  • Flushing toilet
  • Plates, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, cleansers.
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Remote control candles (what a hoot)
  • Jiant jenga game if you like
  • Hot water on Demand (use with caution)
  • No shower

The Upper Cabin main floor as viewed from stairs to sleeping loft:

The Sleeping Loft with Skylight

Hoppers!: To maximize floor space, the cabinets you see are hoppers! Cool.

Sink side:

Lunch!:

Inukshuk!

The biggest of the 3 decks on the lot:

Getting artsy with a pressure washer and algae:

Creative use of space?… This is your little insta-table! You’ll figure it out ;-):

Winter wonderland.

5) TRAILS ON THE LOT

Trails on the lot include “the art trail”, “Excessive Trail”, “Trickle Trail”. They are short and picturesque and include cool stops to see like “The BFR (Big fuzzy Rock)”, “Rock in Tree”, and “The crazy tree that should not be”

“Fuzzville” (on the new Excessive Trail) –  Worth the walk to visit

 

6) REVIEWS

REVIEW (Bahram, Walter and Ramin):
William’s TIny Cabin is an adventure in a thinking person’s world. Will, you have thought every aspect of being here, enjoying nature, water, hiking and good company.
Fantastic Design, great amenities and a supreme view. We enjoyed every detail of this stay and look forward to repeating it. (Ramin, Bahram (Tony) and Walter). July 26 27 28, 2014
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REVIEW (Meghan Fitz James):
August 2 3 4 2014. Wow! JUST WOW! Way beyond my expectations. Gorgeous place and so comfortable and interesting to explore. I swam, hiked up and over Pender Hill for the view, took in the great lower trail, canoed. This has been a treat to repeat. I must have taken 200 pictures too! So photogenic here!
The cycle here from the ferry has been richly rewarded. Thanks William! (Meghan Fitz-james)
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REVIEW (Jeri Cox)
July 8, 2013.
Stayed one night at the Pender Resort and it was fantastic!
Great weather, amazing hike, good food and fun company! Thanks for sharing your place with us! (Jeri and Chelsea Cox).
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REVIEW (Amy from France):
Sept 29, 2014 – Fabulous Stay! Two nights was not enough. Skookumchuck was interesting and nice easy walk. We also climbed Pender Hill for the amazing views – tricky hiking but fun. Also did some relaxing canning in the evening. Everything was great. Guests should check out Motoko’s Gallery nearby or her works at the Rockwater Lodge in Halfmoon bay – great inspired artist. I look forward to visiting again. Tiny Cabin is totally cool! (Awesome Amy from France)
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REVIEW (Suzanne Rushton)
Sept 9, 2014 We loved the Tiny Cabin! Perfect for the two of us and a perfect location to see the area. We hiked Pender Hill, went canoeing, drove to Egmont and walked to the Skookumchuck narrows. I wish we had more time here and will definitely be back. Thank you for building such a fantasmatastic property. Every detail is perfect and we could feel how much love went into it. Big hugs from the city folks! (Suzanne Rushton).
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REVIEW (The Wadsworths):
Sept 1, 2014 – Lovely Weekend with a lot of variety – hiking, swminning, paddlebaording, bon fires, giant JENGA!, fishing and canoeing! And then Skookumchuk on our way with a late lunch at the West coast Wilderness Lodge! All great. and grateful that it did not rain. Just a little sprinkle here and there!! (Bryan, Susan, Cameron and Thomas). A weekend break from Busy Vancouver!
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7) EXTRA NOTES

Below: Here is a reason why I say no dogs… we actually had a “wild” chicken show up out of nowhere and it stayed for almost 3 days and 2 nights. So great!:

Below: a wild bunny that visited once:

Below: Please note I am always working on something up here so some improvements may have changed from the photos you see here and other projects can be under construction.
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1 Comment

  1. Ariela Friedmann

    HI William: Okay, I would be interested in the Tiny Cabin for Oct 7 and 8 if available for 2 people; and Nov 25-28 inclusive for 2. I might be interested in both cabins for these dates too as wuold be nice to entice friends to join. Obviously wanting to know costs of renting either. Thanks!

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