Roberts Creek Cottage Rental Photos and Description
This beautiful post and beam Carriage House rests on the 5 acre Victorian Linwood House property surrounded by lush gardens and tall trees. This home is perfectly appointed with all of the ammenities you need to relax and rejuvenate. Induldge yourself in the soaker tub or enjoy a rain shower to unwind from your perfect day in nature's wonders.
This three level Station House is a 1200 square foot open concept timber framed home. This unique layout includes a large upper loft with queen bed, single bed, and ensuite bathroom including a soaker tub. The sitting area includes a 27' flat screen tv with a DVD player.
The Main floor has an:
• Enclosed bedroom with queen size bed.
• Luxury bathroom with deluxe shower, toilet and sink
• Sitting room with high ceilings
• Kitchen with a large convection microwave, stove top, small fridge and dining area (well equipped with toaster, coffee pot, blender, dishes, etc.)
There is wireless internet, washer/dryer, and a lovely patio overlooking a brook and pond – with comfy outdoor furniture. Roberts Creek is 20 minutes from Gibsons (ferry) or Sechelt. The Station House is a 3 minute drive (or 20 min walk) to the Sunshine Coast Golf Course and Roberts Creek Beach (with a general store, quaint shops, and fabulous restaurants). Great place to kayak!
Let this be your home away from home. A very special place to relax and create memories.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
About Gwen McVicker
Ron and Gwen McVicker are the Owners of Linwood House and the Carriage House. We built this beautiful Victorian estate as a place for our family and friends to come and get refreshed and restored. We added the Station in 2008 and after numerous requests have finally opened it up to vacation rentals. Linwood House is our home and we are passionately committed to creating a place of beauty and peace.
Gwen McVicker purchased this cottage in 1997
Why Gwen McVicker chose Roberts Creek
In 1997, we came to the Sunshine Coast to visit my brother and as a lark I mentioned to the real estate agent that I would be interested in a 5 acre property nestled in the woods with a beautiful Victorian manor. He happened to have just the property. We fell in love with it the moment we saw it. After purchasing the property we expanded the house to 8500 sq feet and added the Carriage House a few years ago.