About this listing
If you love beautiful views, trees, mountain biking or hiking in the mountains, this is the place for you.
You have a large living room with a separate entrance, with parking at your doorstep. The room has large view windows and a built in eating area. The furnished bedroom has a queen size bed, a fridge and a door leading to the backyard where you will see Canada Place, the Lions Gate Bridge and the mountains which are 5 minutes away by foot. If you love nature, you can walk for hours on the hiking trails or mountain bike to your heart's delight.
If you are arriving by air, you can jump on Canada Line which will take you directly to the Seabus in 25 minutes. During your stay, if you are without a car, there is a bus at the bottom of our street that will take you into downtown Vancouver or elsewhere in North Vancouver.
If you are planning to take the bus, there are lots of restaurants and shops on Lonsdale, approximately 1 mile down the hill. However, if you are travelling by bus, it would be a good idea to do your grocery shopping or eat before you jump on the bus to make the journey up to our home.
When we are available, we can arrange to give you 50% off the tram ride up Grouse.
Interaction with guests
Feel free to ask questions about where to go, what to do and how to get there.
Safe neighbourhood with an uninterrupted view of the water and Vancouver as you walk to the trails which are 5 minutes away.
There is a bus which takes you directly into downtown at the bottom of our street during rush hour. You can also take the bus down to the Seabus which also takes you directly into downtown.
Other things to note
If you have a car, it is best to park on the street as there is a lot of traffic in and out of our driveway.
Minimum of 3 night stay
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I was born in Vancouver and moved to North Vancouver when I had my children who are now 22 and 26. I was a high school teacher in Vancouver for 36 years and enjoy biking, hiking and am looking forward to travelling now that I have retired.