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Glenoka Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed 5 September 2011

Located on a small fruit farm close to the beach, this B&B is a real find. Our room was so comfortable, great king size bed, and a lovely screened in porch for quiet evenings. OUr room was also wheel chair accessible with modified bathroom and wide doors. The guest house is separated from the host's house giving complete privacy.
The breakfasts were entirely home made from produce of the farm (fresh eggs, fresh fruit, homemade granola) supplemented by produce from neighbours. There's a lovely garden retreat by a natural pond, shaded by willow trees.
Lake Okanagan is just down the street with good swimming and walks. The place is decorated with art by Irvine Adams and with Australian Aboriginal artists - Brian is Irvine Adams's nephew and Elsa spent many years in Australia.
We enjoyed our stay and will definitely want to go back.

Room Tip: Ground floor room is wheel chair accessible, upstairs is also delightful.
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 July 2011

Walking distance to the shores of Okanagan lake, Glenoka is a hidden gem in beautiful Summerland. Driving up the lane, you are met by a magnificent chestnut tree that stands as a sentinel to this historic property and home. We had a feeling of surrounding serenity and calm which gave us a homespun welcome as we met Brian and Elsa. The Pear Room was gorgeous, spacious and clean with an added bonus of private, screened deck. Breakfast was excellent, served on the antique porch with great company. I would have stayed longer if I could, to walk the property, relax, enjoy the stillness, and visit with the owners. I hope to go back one day soon.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank peggykoch
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Reviewed 26 June 2011

lovely setting; very comfortable beds and rooms; generous and delicious breakfast; friendly and helpful hosts; highly recommended; good value

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 20 June 2011

Bryan and Elsa welcome you into their home on the edge of Summerland with warm hospitality and attention to detail that's hard to beat. The breakfast is superb with fresh fruit and homemade granola that shouldn't be missed and both rooms are extremely comfortable. We toured for two weeks and this was our most memorable stay so if you're in the wine region make sure this is your stop.

Room Tip: one ground floor and one upstairs bedroom
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 June 2011

End of long day's drive from Field, BC, with our sister and brother-in-law from UK: dreaming, hoping for peace and repose at a B and B that's just right. And it was. An old farmhouse (Brian's family), shaded by a heritage chestnut tree. Just two guest rooms (so no strangers to make conversation with at breakfast), rooms reflecting Elsa's years in the hospitality business in the Australian outback: bright, large, handsomely furnished, both with en suites and every conceivable convenience(ground floor room especially super for older or infirm guests)
Both interesting people: Brian, with the slow, subversive wit of a former lawyer, Elsa whose life journey has taken her far from her native BC. Oh yes, and Sarah, a very friendly older dog they've recently adopted and who spends much of her day thoughtfully eying the chickens in their pen. Doesn't stop the chickens from producing the grand breakfast eggs to go with (if you please) sausages made from the couple's own beef.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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