The intimate 40 acre setting on Malcolm Island in Northern British Columbia is perfect for getting away with family, friends or business associates. A maximum of 24 guests means a pampering of personal service that cannot be matched by large resorts.

Your stay is customized to your wishes.

Fish to your heart’s content, explore in a sea kayak, bike into town, or nap in a hammock. Experience warmth, attention and service that will make you feel both at home and transported to a magical place.


  • Two hot tubs
  • Sauna
  • Bicycles
  • Sea kayaks
  • Golf practice range
  • Hiking paths
  • Satellite TV
  • Pool table
  • Wireless Internet throughout the entire property

While at Sund’s Lodge, guests stay in one of our 12 guest rooms, which are either original Cedar cabins built with wood harvested from our local woods, or small log cabins built with Vancouver Island Douglas Fir trees. All of our cabins are furnished to feel like a home away from home.

Most rooms have 2 beds in each room and all have private bath. Comfortable beds are adorned with down comforters and 600 thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets. All of our cabins and rooms have gorgeous views of Blackfish Sound.

The Daily Catch

Every night as the boats return the work begins to prepare your fish for safe travels home to your freezer. We take a lot of care to vacu-pack all your catches to ensure freshness.

Pristine Surroundings

Nothing can prepare you for the wonder of the northern wilderness. The calm and tranquil waters that front Sund’s Lodge are afforded by the protection of the northern tip of Vancouver Island.

Rolling mountains provide shelter from the winds of the untamed Pacific Ocean not many miles away.

What this means for you, is that you are far enough north that the fishing is fantastic, but the sheltered waters of our area leave no ocean swell, and most days, people feel like they are fishing on a placid lake.

Experience Nature

In this land where wildlife is abundant, the calm silence of nature is intoxicating. The physical beauty of the Blackfish Sound area surrounding Malcolm Island is phenomenal. To the northeast, the awe-inspiring snow covered peaks of British Columbia’s Coastal Mountain Range rise above the forest-covered foothills of the Broughton Archipelago Provincial Park.

As you travel the calm waters of the Inside Passage, you can expect to see the breathtaking sights of splashing salmon, diving Bald Eagles, porpoises, seals, otters, sea birds and the rulers of the local sea, Orca, Humpback and Minke Whales. On land, you will see black bear, deer and mink.

Enjoy it all from your boat, strolling along the beach or on a relaxing paddle in one of our sea kayaks. All the senses are filled and the soul is revitalized in this magical place.

A Porpoise Guide

A pod of porpoises guide the tour.