British Columbia Accommodation and lodging listings
From golf courses to wine country. From naturally heated hot springs and spas to whale watching. Skiing, snowboarding, and the thrills of mountain living. When you visit British Columbia, you get a little bit of it all.
Well off the beaten track, nestled in a beautiful mountain setting are the quieter, sandy beaches of Mabel Lake Provincial Park.
Lush forests offer a pleasant retreat from the more crowded urban centres.
Homfray Lodge is located in the remote and pristine waters of globally renowned Desolation Sound, Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, Canada…the edge of the Great Bear Rainforest. Just 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of Vancouver, but a million miles from ordinary.
Homfray Channel, Desolation Sound Powell River, British Columbia V8A
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Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Monashees and the Cariboo Range, Dream Catcher Inn is a great place to relax. Just over an hour's drive from Jasper (80miles/120 KM), it is your alternative to staying in the Park.
310 Highway 5 North Valemount, British Columbia V0E 2Z0
Our BC fishing lodge is situated on the banks of the Zeballos River where the river meets Zeballos Inlet. Our fishing charter guests are offered first class accommodation with all of the comforts and amenities of home.
Prestige Treasure Cove Hotel adjoins the Treasure Cove Casino and features 82 contemporary designed room. All stays include a complimentary European Continental Breakfast and Hot Waffle Bar. Non-smoking property promotes healthy living for all of our guests.
2005 Highway 97 South Prince George, British Columbia V2N 7A3
Visit Whistler - winter or summer. Just 2 hours north of Vancouver along the breathtaking Sea to Sky Highway lies Whistler. A picturesque four-season alpine resort nestled in the Coast Mountains.
With 33 lifts connecting to more than 200 marked trails, Whistler is recognized as the Number One ski resort in North America by skiers and ski publications alike. And with spring conditions on the mountain second-to-none for snow activity, this is the time to hit the slopes. Plus, late spring makes Whistler a golfer's paradise. Spend the day on one of four championship golf courses. Browse boutiques and art galleries. Indulge yourself at a spa. Dine in an Italian trattoria, Japanese sushi bar, or French bistro. Or soak in an outdoor hot tub. Whistler serves an attractive mix of cosmopolitan amenities and pristine beauty; it truly does offer an escape away from it all at the same time as allowing you to have it all.
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