Off the beaten path! This one-bedroom suite is located in the beautiful Kootenays! Enjoy restful days amidst mountains, lakes and meadows in comfort. Located in one of the best recreational areas in BC, experience the outdoors hiking, biking, fishing, back country skiing and snowmobiling.
This unique spot is just 30 minutes north of Kaslo along scenic Highway 31 near the small township of Meadow Creek, situated on a 100 acres. Open Meadow Suite awaits you on 60 acres of prime farmland that is producing organic vegetables, eggs and beef, the other 40 acres are beautiful forest where Nature's Edge Cabin is set.
The suite is adjoined to the farm house and features a separate entrance for your privacy, ample parking space is provided for your convenience.
Our fully furnished suite sleeps two adults and up to two small children (2 - 8). It includes a sperate Bedroom with a cozy king size bed and a pull out couch in the Livingroom. The spacious bathroom features a shower, toilet and sink. A highly functional kitchenette is equipped with ceramic top stove, overhead microwave and fridge/freezer, pots, pans and dishes are included as well as a coffeemaker.
The sunlit open concept dining room/ living room area lets you experience the view of Meadow Mountain while enjoying your meals. The outdoor area at the front (back yard area belongs to farm house) has a picnic table and a BBQ and is easily accessible from the kitchen.
Flat screen TV, Apple TV, Wi-Fi (no cell-service available) and of course a variety of books, games and puzzles are available for your enjoyment.
Absolutely no smoking!
All prices shown in Canadian Dollars, max. occupancy 2 Adults and up to two small children. Full payment at time of booking.
One night $ 130.00
(min. 2 night stay)
Weekly (7 nights) $ 750.00
Tax included, Prices are subject to change without notice.
Payment: eTransfer, PayPal, Credit Card
Open Meadow Suite is located on a working farm with cows, a rooster and chickens, ducks, bees, dogs and cats. Other than the dogs and cats, all animals are kept in fenced areas.
Why do I mention all that you may ask? We want you, valued guest, to be aware that you will hear a rooster’s cock-a-doodle-do, hens clucking and cows mooing. The dogs’ job is to keep our animals safe; we do keep their barking to a minimum but you will hear them occasionally.
Our goal is to be respectful of quiet time for our guests. We use a tractor for feeding and other farm related work and at times, the work is dictated by the season and the weather. Exceptions to regular working ours may apply, should that be the case we would communicate that with you beforehand.
The back yard and surrounding area are farm property. If you would like to wander or look at some of the farm animals, please ask the farm house occupants.