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Inn at Clifftop Lane
Ranked #1 of 10 Whistler B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 20 April 2012

Alan and his wife are consummate hosts. The well-maintained Inn is conveniently located in a tree-adorned setting all within a 10 minute drive to Whistler Village. We heartily ate the "included" breakfast, but don't think it's stale bagels and cold tea. The crepes, thinly sliced ham, fresh fruit, cheese souffle hit the mark. Beds were super-comfy, and the light snowfall on the pitched roof and huge fir tree outside our little second floor window was a picturesque site to wake up to. Also got to shout out to Alan and his excellent taste in music. Keep on. Regards, Bruce and Aimee from Shoreline, WA, USA.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 March 2012

Over on holiday from the UK, we stayed at the Inn for 7 nights having widely researched Whistler's mid range accommodation options. Needless to say this was the best decision as the location was perfect, (5 mins in the car to Creekside base where there is free day skier parking), and situated down a quiet, scenic road. Alan & Sulee were the perfect hosts going above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable. The home cooked breakfast varied each morning and was delicious, the hot tub was also a nice treat after a full day skiing. There is also a warm boot room to store your kit in. We drove to Whistler village to eat most evenings which was around 10 mins from the inn, I would definitely recommend this B&B over the village accommodation. We had a great deal of luggage with us which we struggled to find storage for, this would be my only negative comment, however Alan offered to store our suitcases, again, an example of a gracious host! We would love to return to Whistler and stay at the Inn sometime in the future.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 March 2012

My boyfriend and I are very grateful to Alan and his wife for having and maintaining such a wonderful, comfortable, warm and enjoyable place for all their guests. We were only there for two nights for a short weekend getaway from Texas but we wish we could have stayed longer. The room was great, the breakfast was wonderful, and the drive was very close to the mountains. Would go back in a heartbeat even if I had another choice where to stay ;)
Thanks, Alan! Hope to see you back soon :)

Maru & Bob
Visiting from Dallas, TX in Februaru 2012.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 March 2012

We came to Whistler for skiing and spent a wondeful time at the Inn: great Service, cosy atmosphere and the best breakfast ever!

The outdoor Jaccuzi was also perfect to relaxe our muscles after a hard day of skiing. The living room area with fireplace and lots of books offered plenty of space to hang out.

Thank you so much, Alan and Sulée!

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Reviewed 2 March 2012

I found the B&B at the last minute after deciding to nip up to Whistler for a few days while on business in Vancouver. It was a joy from the get-go. Arriving carless, the genial host fetched me from the Greyhound stop in nearby Creekside (and dropped me off at the end of my stay). Inside the Inn the decor is tasteful, replete with pictures, paintings, posters and solid wooden furniture--all mercifully unrustic, often a bane of similar establishments. The room also proved perfectly pleasant, as did the ensuite. You get your own pair of warm slippers and a bathrobe, so you can sashay into the imperative hot tub (yes, the Inn has one) in style. The bed was comfy, crucial given that most guests will probably be spending much of their day exerting themselves on the slopes. Speaking of which, a large ski room means you don't need to lug your equipment upstairs or clutter the room with snow-soaked outfits. The breakfasts, another prerequisite for a good day in Whistler, were superb. Crepes, muffins, souffles, cookies, all homemade to perfection. And hearty to boot. You won't be needing nibbles before lunch. In all, not a bad word to say about the place--despite my being a pernickety Londoner.

PS The snow was utterly fantabulous, though that is one thing the Inn's wonderful owners had no hand in, I presume.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled solo
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

We selected this B&B as it is south of Creekside in Whistler and has easy access to the Callaghan. The Inn at Clifftop Lane exceeded our expectations. The lounge area is cozy and warm, with a nice fireplace, comfortable chairs, lovely views of the forest, and a great library. Breakfast is served with all the tables having privacy for conversation. Food was delicious; great variety, and well presented. Sulee and Alan obviously pay attention to detail and enjoy what they do. We were treated to an amazing authentic Thai dinner which we all enjoyed very much. This was offered on the website and we were all very pleased with the tasty evening in this warm and inviting B&B. Alan could not have been more helpful. The outdoor hot tub was a treat after skiing. We were all provided with white terry robes and large hot tub towels and even slippers! The entrance to the B&B is well organized with a "warm room" to hang up wet ski clothes and to dry out boots. This B&B is a great find in a quiet area of Whistler in a charming residential area. Our morning walk through the homes was also very pleasant and we got lots of exercise up and down the hilly streets. Alan and Sulee run a great operation! Many thanks to our hosts.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 2 February 2012

What a darling little bed and breakfast spot with the nicest owners you'll ever meet. We stayed here for the weekend while skiing up at Whistler and we had such a great time.

The rooms are cozy, you've got everything you need, and my husband and I are still remembering the homemade biscotti and granola we had there.

Alan and Sulee, the owners are fantastic, making you feel right at home during your stay. They even helped us clear the snow off our car in the morning, along with making sure we were always taken cared of.

I would definitely recommend this charming B&B and hope to return soon!

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Tanya W
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Address: 2828 Cliff Top Lane, Whistler, British Columbia V0N 1B2, Canada
Region: Canada > British Columbia > Whistler
Amenities:
Beverage Selection Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking
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Ranked #1 of 10 B&Bs / Inns in Whistler
Price Range: £64 - £102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Inn at Clifftop Lane 3*
Number of rooms: 5
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
A warm and luxurious B&B Inn in a quiet neighbourhood of craftsman homes close to Whistler skiing, trails and restaurants. A collection of antiques, oriental carpets and original artworks. Gourmet full breakfasts included in the rate. 5 Guest suites all with private bath. Longtime Whistler hosts to help with your Whistler holiday planning. ... more   less 
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