Located in the picturesque Slocan Valley our Bed and Breakfast offers a unique get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The quiet serene surroundings allow you to relax and unwind. Centrally located, recreation opportunities abound. Kokanee Glacier and Valhalla Parks are a short distance away. Pristine Slocan Lake is at our doorstep offering 50 km of canoeing, swimming and fishing. Hike Idaho Peak with its spectacular vistas of the Slocan Valley and endless wild flowers.
B & B is ideal for wedding groups, family reunions, private
parties, retreats, workshops and outdoor enthusiasts.
Sit and visit or read in our comfortable lounge
Visit the many museums and mining sites the area has to offer. On your way to Idaho Peak stop in at Sandon. Silverton and New Denver offer exhibits that showcase the areas heritage. While in New Denver visit the Nikkei Internment Camp.
Nakusp to the north and Kaslo to the east offer great day trips. Nakusp with its Hot Springs and Kaslo's SS Moyie.
If golf is your method of relaxation. Four golf courses are located with in a 50 km radius. Spend a week trying out the different links and don't forget to drop by the 19th hole for a cool one.
Slocan, Silverton and New Denver all offer boat launching ramps so you can explore the vastness of Slocan Lake. Try your luck catching a 10 kilo rainbow or just enjoy a canoe journey along the shores. Recreational divers can explore the richness of Slocan Lake and its sunken train.
Activities abound year round in the Slocan Valley. Silverton is home to the Silverton Gallery, Memorial Hall, Historical Society and its July 1st celebrations, Christmas by the lake and Valhalla summer school of music. New Denver's, Friday market, May Days, and Kohan Gardens are a must see. Slocan's logger sports are held each summer. Kaslo features it's Jazz festival and Nakusp's Music Fest attracts world class entertainers.
Hiking is a popular pastime. Explore the many trails in the Valhallas and Slocan Valley.
Wild life abounds every where on our 75 acres.
Swiming in Slocan Lake
Canoeing in Slocan lake