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9 Romantic Airbnbs In BC To Rent For Cheap Instead Of Going On A Date

Or go for a cozy retreat with your friends!
9 Romantic Airbnbs In BC To Rent For Cheap Instead Of Going On A Date

Vancouver can be very grey, but don't let that affect your relationship (or friendships). Add some colour into your life and keep things fresh by taking a staycation or weekend getaway. If you still just want to cuddle up in a blanket and watch Netflix, at least you're doing it somewhere new and cozy. Get ready for a romantic retreat.

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These cozy and affordable places are perfect for a romantic getaway with your significant other or for a fun retreat with your friends. 

Treehouses, lofts, cabins, chalets — take your pick of cool places to stay! For the properties that accommodate more than 2, why not make it a retreat with other couples or a double date?

Please note: these prices may fluctuate depending on demand and season and may not reflect the exact price at the time of booking; there may be additional fees and service costs associated with the rental that are not included in the nightly rate.

Airbnb

Scouse // Penticton

Features:

1 bedroom, with access to the main house with a full bathroom only a short walk away

Cool shack that is a private nature viewing observatory built almost entirely out of reclaimed materials. The cabin is completely off the grid, which means you can relax and take in the nature through your floor-to-ceiling windows

Accommodates: 2 people

Cost: $62.50 per person per night

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Cygnet Cove Suites // Tofino

Features:

1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, king-size bed

Luxurious soaker tubs, outdoor hot tub perched on the edge of the ocean, oceanfront views, private beach with fully-stocked fire-pit for bonfires

Accommodates: 3 people

Cost: $68 per person per night

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Cottage Retreat // Qualicum Beach

Features:

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

Well-stocked kitchen, dog-friendly, close to beaches and downtown

Accommodates: 6 people

Cost: $24 per person per night

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Loft Cabin // Sechelt

Features:

1 bedroom loft, 1 bathroom

Views of the Sechelt Inlet, very open layout on the interior, balcony, large skylight to let light in, claw foot bathtub

Accommodates: 2 people

Cost: $44 per person per night

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Big Tree Cottage // Quadra Island

Features:

2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

A full kitchen and living room, with vaulted ceiling and sky lights, as well as a wood stove. Beaches and hiking are nearby.

Accommodates: 6 people

Cost: around $22 per person per night

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Monashees Cabin // Cherryville

Features:

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

Private swimming hole, hiking, and a wood-fired hot tub in the winter season. Backyard river is perfect for swimming, tubing, and canoeing.

Sleeps: 7

Cost: $12 per person per night

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Ultimate Modern Escape // Golden

Features:

2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 queen beds

Located on the Blaeberry river, this modern cabin with a vaulted ceiling living room boasts 180 degrees of forest, mountain and river views, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor gas BBQ, canoeing and rafting opportunities, and nearby hiking trails.

Sleeps: 8

Cost: $56 per person per night

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Townhouse // North Whistler Village

Features:

1 bedroom

Heated swimming pool, private hot tub, fully equipped kitchen, 43” Smart HDTV with free Netflix, fireplace, mountain views, covered patio

Sleeps: 4

Cost: $113 per person per night

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Hideaway Cabin // Juan de Fuca

Features:

2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

Modern concept cabin with full loft, large soaker tub, and full kitchen. Minutes away from surfing, hiking, and beach combing. The backyard fire pit is great for marshmallow roasting.

Sleeps: 4

Cost: $44 per person a night

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Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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