My partner and I stayed at the Hidden Valley B & B for four nights in early February while we conducted business in Whitehorse. We both have visited the Yukon several times and here is what stood out for us. Eva and Emile have run a variety of businesses in Whitehorse for 45 years and represent the spirit that is common to Yukoners: entrepreneurial, friendly, easy going, helpful and down to earth. Consequently we both felt very comfortable making ourselves at home in their large, lovely house that is filled with local art and memorabilia . One of the best features of Hidden Valley is the location. The B&B in on acreage with patches of boreal forest, a horse paddock and expansive, beautiful views of the Takhini River Valley. At night, all you can hear is the rustle of the wind in the trees. Eva is accomodating about breakfast time. We ate between 8:30 and 10:30 depending upon the wishes of our neighbouring guests who were intent on staying up for the aurora borealis. I was on a strict diet when we visited and Eva went the extra mile without asking by boiling my ham before frying it without oil - very nice touch. The regular breakfasts varied every day and my partner said they were delicious. The hot tub is also noteworthy. It is secluded, well insulated and stays warm on a cold Yukon night. The cover hangs on a spring-action arm so you can replace it quickly and easily with the swing of one hand which is a blessing in a cold breeze. The only warning I have is that the Ivory Room has an eave outside the bathroom window. Eva took to calling me "Sparky" near the end of our stay because I would show up early for breakfast. You'll be "Sparky" too if your partner can resist the temptation to repeatedly reach out the bathroom window, break an icicle off the eave and stick it down the back of your pants while you're shaving. Stay here if you want to experience the spirit of the Yukon through location, atmosphere and knowledgeable, friendly hosts.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eva's vision for the Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast is about superior hospitality, personal service, gourmet food, impeccable decor, lavish furnishings, big comfortable spaces and all the comforts of home. At the front door, guests will see a sign that says "mi casa es su casa". This is not just a saying-it's our philosophy! The Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast is a perfect venue for: small weddings, executive meetings, birthdays, Christmas parties, anniversaries, retreats, family reunions and intimate occasions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hidden Valley Bed And Breakfast Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada