DRUMKEERAN HOUSE ON IVEY LAKE, PEMBERTON, B.C.
Designed by leading architect, Ted Murray, and built by local log builders and craftsmen, Drumkeeran House is a classic example of the revival of the use of square-cut dovetail chinked logs hewn from British Columbia’s massive Western Red Cedars.
Strikingly set on the headland point of Ivey Lake, a trophy fly-fishing lake, the small private five acre estate of Drumkeeran is blessed with a stunning and unforgettable country location.
The estate lands boast over 700 feet of waterfront with private dock and are richly forested with mature fir, cedar, hemlock, pine, birch, maple and wild dogwood. Local wildlife abounds and you may see black bear, mule deer, rabbit, squirrel, chipmunk, eagles, hawks, ducks, woodpeckers, a profusion of songbirds and, of course, fish.
A small house on the property, Ardbeg Cottage, is the home of a full-time caretaker/concierge to take care of the house and grounds and ensure that every need of the guests at Drumkeeran House is looked after.
Keywords: Lodge, Lake, Mountains,Waterfront
The owner of Drumkeeran House, Maureen, and her husband David warmly wish all guests to their superb log lodge - "Ceud Mil Failte - A hundred thousand welcomes" - and hope that they will have a wonderful stay in the mountains, lakes and rivers of the beautiful Pemberton Valley.
Vancouver - 2 hours 20 minutes; Whistler - 40 minutes
* Lakefront: Superb lakefront location on a trophy fly-fishing lake
* Mountain View
Other Activities: shopping, kayaking, boating, snowboarding, rock climbing, wildlife viewing
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