The Harvey Guest House, Prince Rupert, British Columbia
The Harvey Guest House is a campground located in Prince Rupert.
Welcome to the Harvey Guest House, a home retaining the ambiance of the 1950's. Designed to capture the harbour view over Cow Bay, it is sheltered by indigenous trees in one of Prince Rupert's prime residential areas.
Designed by the Vancouver architectural firm Sharp, Thompson, Berwick, & Pratt, it was built in 1951 by Prince Rupert contractor Cole Mutch. Prior to construction the site served as a location for anti-aircraft "Bofors" guns during WWII to protect the ship dry dock. The home was later redesigned by well known artist Ruth Harvey and displays many of her works.
Nearby restaurants include Opa Japanese Sushi Bar, Breakers Pub, Smile's Seafood Cafe Ltd, and Panago Pizza.
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