Waking up on the west coast is something special. Combine that with the foodie options in Tofino and there is no better place to wake up! If you are looking for the best breakfast in Tofino, you will have plenty of ideas by the time you get to the end of this post!
Where to Get the Best Breakfast in Tofino
Rhino Coffee House
You will know it when you see the line out the door in the mornings. Let me tell you, the “Bro”Nut breakfast sandwich from Rhino is one of the best breakfasts in Tofino! An in-house-made donut sandwiches each side of a fried egg, cheddar cheese, bacon/ham/sausage, lettuce, and tomato! Making donuts fresh each morning puts this place over the top! There are other breakfast and lunch options, but you have to try the “Bro”Nut at least once! Get some donuts while you are there as selection becomes limited on busy afternoons.
Location: 430 Campbell St
Common Loaf Bakeshop is full of locally made bread and treats. Many people are convinced they serve the best coffee in Tofino. The breakfast and lunch menu provides the perfect fuel for your day exploring the outdoors in Tofino.
Location: 180 First Street
The Pointe Restaurant at the Wickaninnish Inn
Luxury breakfast awaits at the Pointe Restaurant inside the Wickaninnish Inn. With one of the most beautiful views in Tofino, the Pointe Restaurant offers brunch from 9:00 until 2:00. It is hughly suggested to make a reservation in advance
Location: 500 Osprey Lane
Essential Tofino Travel Tips
Here are a few things you might or might not need for your trip. If any of these apply to you, check them out!
How to get here: Start with how to get here from one of these places! Travel from Vancouver to Tofino, Nanaimo to Tofino or Victoria or Tofino. There is no direct ferry to Tofino so depending on where you are coming from, plan accordingly with these posts.
Rental Cars: Click Here to compare suppliers that offer Vancouver Airport pickup (or other locations as well).
Want to Take a Tour or Book an Activity: Check out Get Your Guide to book activities. They are well known for their excellent customer service if you ever need it! That goes a long way these days!
Where to Stay in Tofino
MIDRANGE: Duffin Cove Resort Duffin Cove is newly renovated and is right in Tofino. They have a few A frame cabins right on the water that you can book as well. The nice thing about staying here is that you can leave your car and walk into town. Parking can be busy in town in high season.
MIDRANGE: Hotel Zed Tofino Hotel Zed is right off the highway and less than 500m from Chesterman Beach. It is 1.1 km from Mackenzie Beach. Your stay includes free parking and there is a restaurant on site. Hotel Zed is known for its eclectic styled accommodations. You cannot miss it! Pets are welcome at Hotel Zed.
MIDRANGE: Shoreline Tofino Shoreline Tofino offers a rustic feel with A Frame loft style cabins. it is close to the downtown core of Tofino and on the harbour side.
LUXURY: Pacific Sands Beach Resort Pacific Sands is the epitome of luxury for a weekend getaway in BC. Featuring townhouse style accommodations and jetted tubs with a view, few other properties can walk right out to Cox Bay beach! Depending on your accommodation type, you can have a full kitchen and multiple bedrooms. If storm watching or walking the sandy beaches are your thing, choose Pacific Sands! It is perfect for families and getaways with friends!
LUXURY: Long Beach Lodge Resort Long Beach lodge features oceanfront rooms as well as cabins with hot tubs. There are surfing rentals and lessons right on site. It is situated on Cox Bay beach
AIRBNB: I have a post on the best Tofino AirBNB locations.
Lindsay Nieminen is the creator of UncoveringBC.com. She grew up and still lives in the suburbs of Vancouver with her family. She aims to inspire inform, and educate others about traveling in her home province of British Columbia. She is also the creator of carpediemourway.com which aims to show parents how to seek out adventure at home or abroad, with their children in tow!