We enjoyed this truly rustic, wilderness destination, especially our charming log cabin, the home-made hot tub, outdoor shower, riverside campfire, and private beach where I read peacefully while my husband strummed his guitar. There was just one other couple staying there who were excellent company and enriched our stay immensely. We were a bit disappointed that the continental breakfast was just a cup of diced peaches and make-it-yourself coffee, and the full breakfast was just eggs. We brought in our own breakfast for the second day. Would we go back? Hmm, that's a tough question but I'd have to say no because we felt it was a bit too pricy considering that we had to bring our own breakfast. In our opinion their homestead cabin, which is the nicest by far, should be around $125/night and the other cabins, which are really just wooden tents, should be no more than 100/night. That's our two cents - hope it helps.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Three cozy cabins nestled in the forest alongside the Coquihalla River...Just 1 1/2 hours from Vancouver next to the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park and Othello Tunnels of the historic Kettle Valley Railway. Wood-fired hot tub and sauna, beach, riverfront. Bicycles, hiking trails, close to lake. Light breakfast included with options for full breakfast and/or full chef services. ... more less
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