Malsit Pub

Great food that will satisfy even the hungriest traveller or fisher.

Malsit Pub

The Malsit Public House was formerly known as The Pub and is now named after a place in Huu-ay-aht First Nations territory. "Malsit" which means cold water,’ is located along the West Coast Trail close to Pachena Bay.

The Malsit Public House is conveniently located next to the Hacas Inn and offers great food at a reasonable price. It is a great place to meet up with your friends and neighbours.  Locals and visitors alike come here to unwind and enjoy some West Coast hospitality.  If you watch their schedule you can even catch a band on weekends or special entertainment events. Stop by for a drink or a bite to eat.

Its hours of operation vary with the time of the year, so make sure to check them out before heading over.  You can find the hours and other info on the Malsit Public House website


Michael Chunyk

Hospitality Manager, Malsit Pub
Hospitality Manager, Hacas Inn
Hospitality Manager, Upnit Lodge
Hospitality Manager, Awis Guesthouse and Marina
Michael Chunyk oversees the day-to-day operations of many of the operations of HFN Hospitality LP, including Malsit Pub, Hacas Inn, Upnit Lodge (Kingfisher Inn), and Awis Guesthouse (Ostrom's). Michael has more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, ranging from operating bars/pubs to hotels and lodges. He is also a cook and hopes that knowledge and his familiarity with wage and food costing will benefit HGB.

A Division of HFN Hospitality LP

HFN Hospitality LP was created from the acquisition of 11 new properties purchased by the Huu-ay-aht First Nations on January 20th, 2016. Included are numerous recreational properties located in the heart of Bamfield. The continued goal of HFN Hospitality LP is to contribute to the strategic growth and profitability of Huu-ay-aht First Nation’s businesses, supporting the establishment of a strong, sustainable economy, providing employment and contract opportunities for local citizens, and be a pillar of the Anacla and Bamfield communities.

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