Elfin Cove can house about 125 visitors all together, with accommodations ranging from lodges with top-notch amenities to guesthouses and cabin rentals appealing to independent travelers. There’s no beach camping, so book ahead to ensure that you have a reserved place to stay.
A handful of lodges offer accommodations right in Elfin Cove. There are all-inclusive packages where you get lodging, boat charter and meals all together. You might also book lodging but head out in your own boat or rent a boat. This option is cheaper, but not as convenient since you’ll have to provide all of your own equipment and rain gear. Most lodges are fairly small, so you can chat, swap fishing stories, and get to know the other patrons in a relaxed setting.
Guesthouses, Cabins, and Apartments
Ask about rental apartments at the General Store, or cabins rented through Coho’s Bar & Grill. You can also find some guest houses on nearby Inian Islands (Hobbit Hole) and South Passage Outfitters (about five miles away).
Beaches are all private, so there is no camping at Elfin Cove.
Note: Lodging options vary in Elfin Cove, but are limited. Be sure to reserve well in advance.