David Byrne, Scottish freelance travel journalist and broadcaster, encourages British Columbians to keep blowing their own horns about the beauty of their home province.
After booking the Pointhouse sight unseen for their small intimate wedding, Kaycee and Michael were rewarded with perfect weather and a beautiful sunset to compliment the stunning oceanfront backdrop for their early June nuptials. Closest friends and family joined the couple for a relaxed holiday on the Sunshine Coast while Melissa at Coastal Weddings and Events coordinated florals, decor and more. Lux Beauty made sure everyone looked fabulous and Jennifer Picard captured amazing photos of the day.
A resident pair of eagles supervised all from their treetop perch in a reversal of roles for this Chicago zookeeper responsible for raptors in the Birds of Prey exhibit.
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Miss Style Run, Catherine Tan, made a visit to the Sunshine Coast May 31- Jun2 . Beginning with a walking and tasting tour of Sechelt, she and hubby Kevin quickly took the pulse of the Sunshine Coast lifestyle. Staying at the Pointhouse their first night they got to check out our luxury digs and spectacular scenery. They captured some great shots shared on the dedicated Pointhouse Blogpost. I particularly love the last few photos of the star spangled night sky and dramatic Pointhouse interiors. http://www.stylerun.com/2014/06/06/stylerun-x-sunshine-coast-pointhouse-sargeant-bay/.
BC Living has just published an article by Amy Watkins, a British writer living in Vancouver, with seven great reasons to visit the Sunshine Coast in winter, one of which includes the Pointhouse billed as a Bond-esque “secret lair for lovers”. From inspiring sunrises, solitary snowshoeing, to spa gardens and earthly journeys the rest of the lineup is about stepping back , relaxing and enjoying what the coast has to offer, right on Vancouver’s doorstep. Read the whole article. http://www.bcliving.ca/travel/sunshine-coast-in-the-winter
The private two person tubs with intimate ocean views were a big hit with the three journalists who visited the Sunshine Coast Jan 20-22. Especially after a Dakota Ridge snowshoeing adventure.Great way to soak away city stress or tired muscles while gazing at the beauty of Sargeant Bay. Read more about Mike Morrison’s tips for holiday relaxing and enjoy some amazing sunrise and painted sky photos along with the “bare all” personal travelogue.