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.

Select from available towns / cities :

Major British Columbia destinations:

Victoria Vancouver Kelowna Kamloops Whistler

Todays featured British Columbia accommodations:

Beacon Bed and Breakfast and Spa

Photograph of Beacon Bed and Breakfast and Spa, Powell River

Approx 2km away in Powell River:

At the Beacon B&B and Spa, your comfort is our wish. An inviting touch many guests comment on are the lovely white oak hardwood floors running through the kitchen, dining area and all down the stairs leading to the Sunset Suite.

3750 Marine Avenue
Powell River, British Columbia
V8A2H8


Davis Cove Lakeshore Resort

Photograph of Davis Cove Lakeshore Resort, Peachland

Approx 2km away in Peachland:

Located on waterfront property, at the north end of Peachland, 1/4 mile off highway 97 and 1 mile south of the Okanagan Connector. Davis Cove Resort offers 15 clean & cozy units for rent, with a private sandy beach, large treed grassy area central yet peacefully secluded from traffic.

3701 Beach Avenue
Peachland, British Columbia
V0H 1X1

Golden Ears Provincial Park

Photograph of Golden Ears Provincial Park, Maple Ridge

Approx 5km away in Maple Ridge:

As one of the largest parks in the province, Golden Ears Provincial Park is prized for its recreational opportunities. The extensive system of trails within the park provides an excellent opportunity for hiking and horseback riding.

Hwy 7
Maple Ridge, British Columbia
V2X 7G1

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

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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