You’ll have a private room with all the hotel’s amenities
The ultimate Pacific Northwest experience. Birch Bay is a sleepy, quietly beautiful hamlet located on the Strait of Georgia, about five miles south of the Canadian border. Part of the Puget Sound this area has the warmest Pacific waters north of California, making it an ideal environment for plant life and animals alike. Snowcapped mountains, lush forests, blue lakes and the vast bay provide picturesque landscapes. Blaine, Vancouver, the San Juan Islands and Bellingham are all nearby. WorldMark Blaine offers spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom resort suites that comfortably sleep four to eight guests in 721 - 1,201 square feet. Suites feature one king bed in the master and one queen or two twin beds in the guest rooms with a sleeper sofa in the living area. You will appreciate the privacy of separate bedrooms and the convenience of having a full kitchen which allows you to save money on eating out by creating a tasty meal for the entire family. Take advantage of the washer/dryer, and be sure to cozy up to the fireplace on chilly nights after a stargazing session on your private balcony/terrace. Take an afternoon to explore local attractions like Glen Echo Gardens, where you can see seven acres of botanical gardens. Or, ride the 100-year-old hand car at Lake Whatcom Railway, then travel on the authentic full-size Northern Pacific train along the lake's shoreline. White Rock, B.C. offers fine dining, breathtaking sunsets and sandy beaches just two miles north of the U.S. border. Check out the pier and learn about the history of the large white rock itself. If outdoor adventures are more your scene, there's always plenty to do in the Pacific Northwest. There are biking and hiking trails galore, two championship golf courses, and Birch Bay for scuba diving and sea kayaking. Whether you enjoy fishing, horseback riding, shopping or kayaking - there is something for everyone. You can also go skiing in the winter at majestic Mt. Baker.