Unique Getaway near the Trans-Canada Trail in Rossland, British ColumbiaRossland, British Columbia (Canada)
Unique Getaway near the Trans-Canada Trail in Rossland, British Columbia
This rustic bed and breakfast accommodation is located in Rossland, British Columbia, within walking distance from the Trans-Canada Trail, making it a perfect getaway for outdoor recreation. The rooms feature in-floor heating and are decorated with unique antiques and artwork collected from the hosts´ travels around the world. These rooms are comfortably furnished and have either a full-size or queen-size bed and either a full private or en-suite bathroom. Linens and towels are provided.
Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a TV, complimentary drinks and coffee, tea making facilities, and off-street parking. The property is surrounded by breathtaking mountain views and access to trails through the Interior Cedar-Hemlock Forest and the Trans-Canada Trail.
This lodge offers all the conveniences of home and comes equipped with a satellite TV and Wi-Fi. All linens and towels are provided, and off-street parking is available. Snowshoes are available for guests to use in the winter, and an in-ground pool is available in July and August.
The hosts, Anthony and Helen, are both outdoor educators and are happy to advise guests on activities in the region.
- Outdoor pool
- Washing machine
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets are not allowed.
The food at this guesthouse is local or organic where possible and the hosts have their own chickens. The hosts strive to support local businesses in order to minimize their environmental footprint. The hosts manage their 13 acres in an environmentally sensitive manner and provide recreational access to the community through the Kootenay Columbia Trails Society.
The hosts speak Dutch, Italian, French, and so can their Appenzeller Sennenhund dogs, Arther and Emme, who are Swiss nationals.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Rossland, British Columbia (Canada)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Feeding animals
Guests will have plenty of year-round outdoor activities right out their door. Trails from the yard lead directly into the Interior Cedar-Hemlock Forest, where guests can take ski tours, go snowshoeing, mountain biking, and hiking. In the winter, glampers can spend the day on the pristine and powdery slopes of Red Mountain Ski Area, just a five-minute drive away. Guests can take a short walk to downtown Rossland, where they will find specialty shops, great restaurants, galleries, and the Museum and Discovery Center.