While some people dream about spending a night in a luxury hotel, we're dreaming about this incredible hidden gem Airbnb in the forest. Located on Vancouver Island right by the ocean, this cabin in Jordan River is a unique B.C. Airbnb escape that's perfect for anyone seeking a relaxing getaway.\nB.C. has a ton of incredible Airbnbs that look so perfect that you'll hardly want to unpack your suitcase so you don't mess it up.\nWhether you want a little getaway close to Vancouver or you're looking to lose yourself in the wilderness, there's a B.C. Airbnb that you'll love.\nThis Vancouver Island Airbnb is ideal if you want to peace out on the world and get back to nature but without all that onerous outdoor gear and planning.\nInside, it's bright, sunny and airy. It's also a plant-lover's paradise since it's full of green house plants and surrounded by the forest.\nOutside, you won't believe how magical the wood fired cedar hot tub is. When the smoke swirls in the cool forest air and you're relaxing in the tub — it's pure magic.\nJordan River is close to Sooke and about an hour away from Victoria where there are lots of hidden gems to explore whether you're an island native or just visiting.\nAirbnb | Website\nAirbnb | Website\nAirbnb | Website\nThe cabin is modern and full of lush green tones with a massively high ceiling. The wood fireplace will keep you cosy on even the coldest nights when the wind from the ocean is strong.\nAirbnb | Website\nAirbnb | Website\nThere are two bedrooms and a deep soaker tub that just begs for you to use it with a sparkly lush bath bomb.\nAirbnb | Website\nAirbnb | Website\nThe cabin is loving called a "surf shack" and it's not far from the beach. It's the cedar tub out near the trees that's going to have you checking your calendar to see when you can squeeze in a getaway.\nJordan River Cabin\nPrice Per Night: $250\nNeighbourhood: Jordan River, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Soak away your worries in a cedar wood-fired tub and then watch the forest from inside your cabin getaway.\nBook Here\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.