Courtenay The Cona Hostel
440 Anderton Avenue
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The Cona Hostel is centrally located in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Visitors can choose from a multitude of activities while staying at The Cona.
The Cona Hostel, aptly named with Strathcona Park outside its back door, is situated in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
We certainly have no shortage of activities for travelers to enjoy here (biking, hiking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, alpine skiing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, back country skiing, and more) and we, at The Cona, endeavor to make your stay full of fun and excitement.
You’ll find us at the bottom of trendy 5th street Courtenay in a newly renovated heritage building with great views overlooking the Courtenay River and Lewis Park.
In the summer, you can access river swimming holes or Lewis Park pool right from the hostel.
In the winter, you can catch our shuttle to Mount Washington and carve up the slopes or go snowshoeing.
But most importantly, we offer clean and comfortable accommodation at an affordable price.
TV and DVD player
bikes for loan
large common kitchen/lounge
From the Inland Island highway take the 1st exit into Courtenay – the Comox Valley Parkway – to Cliffe Avenue.
Go north on Cliffe Avenue until the end. Turn right on 1st Street and right again on Anderton Ave.
The Cona is at the very end of Anderton Avenue on the left hand side (orange building).
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