Originally a bunkhouse for company miners, The York is home to several unique and authentic retailers. Think sweet treats, ice cream and hip handmade offerings.
Or maybe not so dry… This is the place where Britannia Beach locals gather after a day on the trails, savouring delectable local fare and beer brewed along the Sea-to-Sky corridor.
Staying true to its recreational roots, the Old Rec Hall positions commercial retailers at ground level, and a community gathering space on the second floor.
With three food and beverage outlets and plenty of outdoor seating, The Schoolhouse draws locals and visitors alike for well-priced, delicious eats and jaw-dropping views across the Howe Sound.
Pick up your produce, paper towels, and your fresh, hot supper at the local grocery market. Conveniently licensed to sell liquor, you’ll also be able to grab a bottle of wine before heading home.
A delightful, snug spot in the heart of the community, Honeymoon Cottage offers affordable daycare for up to 20 of Britannia Beach’s youngest residents. Whether it’s sandbox play, swinging and sliding, or walking in nature, healthy bodies and spirits are the order of the day!
Another historic bunkhouse takes a new shape as a place to settle your carb cravings with baked goods and fresh coffee, set against a pristine mountain backdrop. The Ritz also offers rental accommodations on the second floor to support local businesses.
Once home to live stage productions, The Theatre keeps that carpe diem credo alive with outdoor rentals and adventure tours. Grab your gear and get outside!
Still keeping you close to what’s sacred—but this time around, it’s through art. Unique works from local artisans up and down the coast echo the natural surroundings, and the rich and storied Indigenous connections to this land.
Close-knit and cozy, Britannia Beach boasts ten K-12 schools and a university all within a 20-minute drive. A vibrant collection of local businesses reflects Britannia Beach’s history and serves your everyday needs, each intentionally planned with a unique artisan flair to imbue the community with a lively, social and inviting sensibility. People here enjoy and support the local economy, coming together to watch a game at the neighbourhood pub while enjoying beer brewed right at home, in the Sea-to-Sky corridor.