Places to stay in Smithers, British Columbia

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Smithers is a town located in northwestern British Columbia approximately halfway between Prince George and Prince Rupert. Smithers is located in the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Smithers is located close to Oschawwinna Indian Reserve 3, Sloan Creek, Melissen Lake, Louise Lake and Maish Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Smithers

The Chickadee Acres

10 OUT OF 10 All of the above reviews are not relevant to Chickadee Acres. - we have no pool - we have no staff - just a husband and wife team - dates listed were not even booked - we are not near London, Ontario - facilities and property are totally non smoking - do not have workout room or restaurant on .....

The Smithers Guesthouse

Photograph of Smithers Guesthouse, Smithers
We are located in Smithers, an alpine town settled in the beautiful Bulkley Valley halfway between Prince George and Prince Rupert. Smithers has many recreation opportunities. . . The Guesthouse is located on Main Street close to down-town, groceries, restaurants and within short walking .....

The Fireweed Motor Inn

Centrally located on Smithers’ Main Street, the Fireweed Motor Inn is the place to stay in Smithers, BC! We‘re walking distance to the town’s best restaurants. Book a kitchenette and fill the fridge with groceries from one of Smithers’ two grocery stores, literally across the street.

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

The Bulkley Valley in which Smithers is situated was originally inhabited by the Wet'suwet'en, an indigenous Carrier people whose native tongue is of the Athabaskan language family. Smithers was founded in 1913 as the regional headquartes for the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The new community was named after the railway's chairman of the board of directors, Sir Alfred Smithers. In 1921, Smithers became the first incorporated village in British Columbia. In 1967, Smithers was incorporated as a town.

Other local Smithers information.

  • Longitude: -127°10'6.7947
  • Latitude: 54°46'56.478

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Closed, unlisted or renamed properties

  • Ptarmigan B&B, Box 2439 Willow Road