A unique retreat designed to revitalize and refresh your body and mind.

Welcome to breathtaking Haida Gwaii. Nestled in a charming Queen Charlotte hillside neighbourhood between the Skidegate Inlet and vast cedar forests, the Skidegate Inlet Retreat is Haida owned and operated and boasts panoramic views, luxurious beds, modern finishes, covered outdoor areas and authentic Indigenous art throughout.

Start your adventures right from the doorstep, or cozy up in the tranquil, meditative space and reconnect. Discover hidden treasures along Haida Gwaii’s epic shores or fall in love with the sound of your own footfall on countless hikes. This time is yours – but your Haida hosts are available when you need them.

Eagle Suite

Call the entire top floor yours in the Eagle Suite. Four sleep comfortably in two modern bedrooms, each with their own ensuite bathroom. Prepare a gourmet meal for friends in the fully stocked kitchen, or gaze at the shoreline from your wraparound deck.

Amenities: Two queen-sized beds / Full kitchen / WiFi / Living room / Dining nook / Two full bathrooms / Large covered deck / Eco-friendly products / Close to town / Laundry / 42” TV / Dishwasher


Raven Suite

Relax in the Raven Suite. Two full bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms provide ample space for four, with a fully stocked kitchen and inviting living room. Step out onto the covered deck to breathe in fresh coastal air, or cozy up on a plush couch for some deep relaxation.

Amenities: Two queen-sized beds / Full kitchen / WiFi / Living room / Two full bathrooms / Large covered deck / Eco-friendly products / Close to town / Laundry / 42” TV / Dishwasher


This accommodation is beautiful, clean and comfortable, a home away from home. Highly recommended.

Lori - 1 Jun, 2018

The Haida have been here for tens of thousands of years. Isn’t it time you stopped by?

A warm welcome to the heart of Haida Gwaii.

Located at the southern coast of Graham Island, the Skidegate Inlet Retreat is conveniently nestled in a hillside neighbourhood above the charming town of Queen Charlotte. Walk to restaurants, shops or the library, or take a short drive to the Haida Heritage Centre and Skidegate Landing. Launch your kayaks on a tour down to Moresby Island, or pack your bag for a day hike. From here, adventure is always within reach.

Keenawaii’s Kitchen

Guests in Keenawaii’s Kitchen will experience a small taste of Haida culture and lifestyle through their meal in a truly unforgettable way. Each meal features multiple courses and traditional Haida foods. Keenawaii’s Kitchen operates year-round and has been featured in numerous publications, including Good Housekeeping and AirCanada Magazine and online.

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Long House Gift Shop

The Long House Gift Shop is filled with treasures that offer visitors a little taste of Haida Gwaii to take home. Visitors will be dazzled by authentic Haida masks, argillite and wood carvings, hand-made gold and silver jewellery, weaving, original artwork and prints.

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Eagle Eye Cultural Tours

With 15+ years of experience in Cultural Tourism, my goal is to harness the Gwaii Haanas experience in modern Haida Gwaii. 100% Haida owned & operated, come see what Eagle Eye Cultural Tours has to offer you today.

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Haida Heritage Centre at Ḵay Llnagaay

Through the Ḵay Llnagaay Heritage Centre we celebrate the living culture of the Haida people. Through our language, art and stories we share our relationship with the land and sea - that which shapes, nourishes, and sustains us.

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The Haida culture is born of respect and intimacy with the land, sea and air.

Take in a touch of the extraordinary.

The Haida ways are unique. We have called these magical lands and waters home since time immemorial, and they have shaped the way we see the world. Traditional Haida ways teach us to respect Haida Gwaii’s natural beauty and support our natural environment, which offers us sustenance, self-sufficiency, and an unbreakable connection to our ancestors. Come experience this extraordinary, vibrant culture for yourself.

The Haida Culture

From totem poles to red cedar bark, seafaring vessels and song -- the Haida culture stems as far back as the pre-glacial forests we work so hard to protect. Our world-famous sculptors, carvers and painters proudly depict our deep connection to the rich lands and waters of Haida Gwaii.

The Haida People

In the past, the Haida were known as “Vikings of the Northwest Coast” because of our excellent seamanship, superior craft, and lightning raids. Today, we are still a strong and deeply connected people who are fiercely proud of our beautiful home, and we welcome visitors to share our unique way of seeing the world through our hospitality, art, tours and culinary experiences.