True Key Hotels & Resorts

True Key Hotels & Resorts, British Columbia: Bighorn Meadows Resort, Radium Hot Springs

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True Key Hotels & Resorts manages numerous resorts on Vancouver Island and in the Columbia Valley and Lower Mainland in British Columbia, including the following properties on Vancouver Island, BC.

Nootka Marine Adventures
Nootka Marine Adventures operates three luxury fishing resorts on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island. Two are located in the sheltered waters of Nootka Sound; Moutcha Bay Resort at the mouth of the Conuma River and Nootka Sound Resort in the idyllic Galiano Bay off Tlupana Inlet. Newton Cove Resort is a floating property located in Espinosa Inlet near the entrance to Esperanza Inlet. These resorts offer exceptional amenities, comfortable luxury accommodation, gourmet meals and boat moorage, along with some of the most spectacular, salmon, halibut and tuna fishing available.

Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina
Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina is set in the secluded village of Sooke amidst the diverse natural beauty of British Columbia’s Vancouver Island. Not far from the conveniences of the city, Sooke is approximately 35-45 minutes’ drive from Victoria. Take time to unwind or feed your sense of adventure at Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina.

Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort
Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort is situated beachfront on the sunny east coast of Vancouver Island near Parksville, BC. Sunrise Ridge is at the center of all the amenities and activities one could wish for in a beautiful Pacific Northwest setting. Enjoy the beaches, golfing, hiking and much more all from the comfort of a modern, west coast styled resort.

True Key Hotels & Resorts
Radium Hot Springs
BC Rockies
British Columbia

Phone: 1-855-544-2323
Fax: 250-347-2171
Email: info@truekey.ca
Website: www.truekeyhotelsandresorts.com

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True Key Hotels & Resorts (Bighorn Meadows Resort, Radium Hot Springs, BC)

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