The Lund Resort at Klah ah men
Formerly known as the oceanfront Historic Lund Hotel & Marina, The Lund Resort at Klah ah men is located at the northernmost tip of BC's beautiful Sunshine Coast, at the Gateway to the renowned Desolation Sound. The hotel was built in 1905 and is located at the heart of the quaint village of Lund once again known as Klah ah men. The Resort features 31 guest rooms, all newly refurbished, completely reimagined and thoroughly inspired by Tla’amin art and culture and, most have decks or access to a deck where unobscured ocean views abound.
Food and beverage are available at the newly opened Back Eatery – a full service restaurant where each meal is locally foraged, lovingly prepared and cooked in the slow-food style. The Sweet Shack Coffee Bar features 13 Moons Coffee, a special blend created by the Resort, for the Resort and a variety of ice creams, sweet treats and gift items. Other amenities include a bright and modern banquet room, onsite General Store with a post office and liquor store, public laundry and a gift boutique showcasing work by local artisans, both indigenous and non. The newly expanded marina – 13 Moons Marina – provides slips for the day and overnight. Klah ah men, formerly known as Lund, boasts such points of interest as Savary Island, the Copeland Islands, & renowned Desolation Sound, BC's largest provincial marine park, and attracts enthusiasts of all things recreational, cultural and historic.
The Lund Resort at Klah ah men offers many opportunities for guests to experience firsthand the pristine waters, undisturbed woodlands and abundant marine & wild life unique to this area. Local operators offer marine sightseeing excursions and tours, Tla’amin Nation Cultural Tours, and kayak tours and rentals. Other nearby activities available include horseback riding, diving, golfing, bicycle rentals to savouring eats and drink at locally crafted breweries and restaurants.
|1436 Highway 101|