Haida House at Tllaal

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Nestled along the banks of the serene Tlell River, surrounded by ancient forest and open sky, you’ll find the Haida House at Tllaal – a classic 10-room lodge. With its timeless and cozy log aesthetic, this is the perfect home base from which to start off on your Haida Gwaii adventure. The nightly rate structure is ideal for those who wish to self-explore the many eco-adventures, natural attractions and historical and cultural sites found on Haida Gwaii’s Graham and Moresby Islands. Gift shop and conference facilities on-site.


Designed to blend harmoniously with the landscape and honour traditional Haida architecture, you’ll fall in love with our 12 new 2-bedroom cedar cabins. Boasting a choice of dune, ocean, and forest views, each features a mini bar kitchen and great room with fireplace, flatscreen TV, covered hot tub and outdoor shower. Enjoy a bed and breakfast cabin stay, or enjoy as part of a 3, 4 or 7-night all-inclusive package.

In the Main Lodge, our casual dining room specializes in tide- and farm-to-table cuisine, offering a variety of shareable plates, fresh seafood and charbroiled meat dishes, local seasonal vegetables, and decadent homemade desserts. Reservations required; call 250.557.4600 to book a table.

Part of the Haida Tourism Group, Haida House at Tllaal is proud to be 100% Haida-owned and Authentic Indigenous designated. Sustainable Tourism Gold Certified. Multiple TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award winner.

The Haida House is also a member of Aboriginal Tourism BC and Northern BC Tourism.

Meet Chef Kil Tlaa'sgaa (Brodie)

Meet Chef Kil Tlaa'sgaa (Brodie)

Passionate about rediscovering the flavour profile of his ancestors, Kil Tlaa'sgaa (Brodie) boldly shares culture by harnessing the bounty of land and sea. Creating inventive dishes by casting aside the techniques used in western cuisine ignites Kil Tlaa'sgaas’ soul, and the result is exquisite.

A Haida citizen, who spent much of his childhood picking seaweed, digging for razor clams and collecting sea urchins with his family, Chef Kil Tlaa'sgaa uses traditional ingredients and techniques to showcase Haida Gwaii’s rich heritage. His raved-about seafood fritters, stuffed with rock scallops, octopus, razor clams, cockles, spot prawns, herring roe, smoked cod, and local seaweed, are just a few examples of how he draws from the memories of his youth.

As Indigenous Haida culture drives every guest experience at Haida House, Chef Kil Tlaa'sgaa – whose Haida name means strong voice – is the ultimate culinary ambassador. Join us in the Haida House dining room to experience it for yourself – but don’t forget to make a reservation!

2087 Beitush Rd
Tlell, BC V0T 1Y0


Open year-round.

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