Directions to Hastings House
You will find our enchanting hotel and restaurant just a minute’s drive, or a 10 minute walk, from the heart of Ganges at: 160 Upper Ganges Road, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 2S2, Canada.
The island is easily reached via many daily ferry crossings from both Vancouver and Vancouver Island. For walk-on passengers, the Hotel offers a complimentary shuttle service. Please visit www.bcferries.com for current ferry schedules.
Salt Spring has 3 ferry terminals:
Ferries from Vancouver and the mainland arrive at Long Harbour, after a sailing of just about 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Ferries from Swartz Bay, near Victoria on Vancouver Island, arrive at Fulford Harbour after a sailing of only 40 minutes.
And ferries from Crofton, near Duncan on Vancouver Island, arrive at Vesuvius after a sailing time of only 20 minutes.
Harbour Air and Seair provide many flights each day from both Vancouver Harbour and Vancouver International Airport. The flight is only about 30 minutes and lands in Ganges Harbour. We offer a complimentary shuttle service to and from the harbour, which is just a 2-minute drive from Hastings House.
For flight schedules and information please visit their respective websites:
Sailors and Yachtsmen:
Salt Spring Marina is located adjacent to the hotel, making us an ideal location for dining and accommodation for those who choose not to sleep onboard. The marina provides overnight, weekly, and monthly moorage.
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Phone: (250) 537-5810 or toll-free 1 800 334-6629
However you arrive on Salt Spring Island, be it by air, by boat, or by foot, a friendly member of our team will be there to pick you up as part of our complimentary shuttle service.
Seair Seaplanes provides service between Salt Spring Island and , Vancouver International Airport at Richmond.
SaltSpring Air and Harbour Air provide flights between Salt Spring Island and downtown Vancouver, Vancouver International Airport and Maple Bay, Vancouver Island.
All these flights arrive directly into Ganges Harbour, part of the scenic landscape in front of Hastings House.