This newly renovated cottage is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Similkameen Valley in the central interior of Southern British Columbia. Located in the historic village of Hedley, the cottage is one of the original miner's cottages built during the gold mining boom that began in the area in the late 1800's.
“Penny is very a gracious hostess. She is very quick to respond and I appreciated her accommodating my request for a bbq. The cottage was very cozy, the fireplace made the space very comfortable. The bed was really comfy as well, I had a couple of very restful nights sleep. I highly recommend staying here if given the chance. I'll be back next time I'm through Hedley.”
Located 5 minutes west of Hedley. At the bottom of the driveway from the old River House cafe is the River House AirBnb. We have three separate rooms for rent; rose, blue and green. This is the beginnings of a farm-to-table homestead. Visit the chickens and the bunnies, or go fishing in the river. When the current is low, we like to swim in the river. Even when the waters are rough, there will be friendly white-water kayakers passing by, waving to us as we enjoy our campfire or bbq.
“Ashtine's place is stunning! Really convenient for a stopover on hwy 3. Comfiest bed and great shower and bathroom with all the supplies you could need. Sweet breakfast included. Loved sitting on the porch in the evening and hearing the river run by. Only thing to note ... There is no kitchen and no nearby places to eat so if you're arriving late, be sure to eat first. I missed this when reading the listing but Jesse and Ashtine were kind enough to heat up our pizza. Thanks for a great stay!”
1926 home in downtown Princeton, walking distance to all amenities. Clean character home that was a brothel ‘back in the day’. Restaurants, pub, museum, shopping & Trans Canada Trail within a 5 minute walk. Nordic Skiing&snow shoeing at China Ridge. Great fishing, biking&gold panning. 45 mins to Manning Park. Walk the Similkameen River on the TCT maintained year round. Cross the Bridge Of Dreams or walk through the old train tunnel to visit the Historic Trestle over the Tulameen River.
“So much fun... it’s unique, interesting and historic. Very clean and comfortable and a wonderful host family. Nicki made us feel right at home! We will definitely be back!”