Searching for a rental space that will make your experience in the Kootenays a memorable one? If the answer is yes, our home is perfect for you. We are located two blocks from the beach in the lush and vibrant Orchard Area of New Denver. Our home sleeps 4-6 people. The perfect, shady seating area with a view of the Valhalla Mountains and the New Denver Glacier greets you in our beautiful backyard. A goldfish-filled pond surrounded by a colorful array of flowers and trees promises sanctuary from the heat and “busy-ness” of daytime activities. An open-concept kitchen/dining/livingroom area, master bedroom, main floor bathroom, pantry and laundry room occupy the first floor. The colors are vibrant and romantic enhancing the charm of this lovely home. The French doors and many windows bathe the main floor rooms with inviting light and provide views into the gardens of the front and backyards.
The fully finished windowed basement boasts a second full bath, bedroom and sitting area.
We are a couple in our 60's currently living in Calgary, AB. We enjoy hiking, cycling, kayaking, and exploring nature. We purchased this home in New Denver as a summer home we intend to use in a couple of years. To us, British Columbia is the most beautiful province in Canada and after searching for several years we think we found the most ideal location here in New Denver. We would love to welcome you to our home and experience this hidden jewel in the Kootenays.
New Denver (population: 560) today sits quietly on the shore of Slocan Lake in the Slocan Valley, location of the 1890s silver mining boom.
Explore the extraordinary history of the Silvery Slocan at a number of historic and heritage sites in the area, hike along abandoned railway lines or provincial park trails, or kayak Slocan Lake. However, relaxing and enjoying the scenery in the 'Slo-as-you-can Valley' also makes for a perfectly restful vacation.
Things to Do
Hike or cycle the family-friendly Galena Trail or Slocan Valley Trail – two of the most scenic off-road routes in the Kootenay Rockies region. Kayak across the Slocan Lake and camp on a remote sandy beach. Visit the Nikkei Internment Memorial Centre and discover the poignant story of the thousands of Japanese Canadians interned during World War II. Head into the mountains east of New Denver and discover the town of Sandon, a prominent location in Slocan Valley mining history.
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Jul 1 2014 - Sep 8 2014
7 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.