We booked two nights in Revelstoke to give us a day to travel via Rogers Pass take in the scenery and do some of the short walks, then have an easy day before travelling to Whistler. We should have stayed an extra night as Revelstoke has plenty of things to do and is not as touristy as the ice fields parkway. Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn was a little hard to find but once there we found a beautifully property. The property is very interesting at 36 acres with it's own waterfall which is quite large, has it's own hydro electric system, it's own Chappell, a huge lake with canoes available for guests to use, lots of wildflowers, squirrels, lots of birds especially humming birds which I loved to photograph and other wildlife. Renee and Cornelia were very good hosts and the breakfast that Cornelia cooks with produce from her own garden is delicious. The property is for sale and could easily be taken to another level as it is such a beautiful place, let's hope any potential buyer is as gracious as Renee and Cornelia. If you like a quiet bush setting this is the place to stay. I loved it and would and would certainly return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Quiet (16+ yrs) park-like setting with romantic chapel. Forested peninsula on Arrowlake. All rooms en-suite bathrooms, Honeymoon Suite; full breakfast included, gourmet cuisine for groups. Lounge, fireplace, library, billiards, darts. Sundeck, outdoor heated saltwater pool, hot tub, trails, 300 ft waterfall, free canoes, all quiet summer and winter sports (packages). Weddings, seminars, retreats, Xmas specials. Awards: several environmental and touristic! ... more less
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