Fairmont Hot Springs Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 2 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Our family cottage is nestled in the East Kootenay Valley under the watchful eye of the Purcell Mountain Range and wrapped by the Columbia River. Renowned for its warmth and comfort, the cabin is an ideal place for couples or a family to curl up and enjoy a relaxed get-away in front of the fire or as a home base for an action packed vacation.
The cabin is fully equipped with all appliances and amenities to make your vacation easy and worry free. The open floor plan allows the cooks, using a well equipped kitchen, to be part of the action in the rest of the front room. The large front deck, with the portable gas barbecue, makes a wonderful place to hang out, enjoying the golfer's swing, or admiring the awesome mountain view. The mountain air will give a wonderful sleep in any of the 2 Queen size or 3 extra long twin beds. Enjoy a soak in the antique claw foot bathtub, or a hot shower in the wheelchair accessible shower. Have a friendly competition with the family on the ping pong table downstairs, or convert it to the pool table and take on all comers.
All you need to bring is your food and clothes - everything else is there for you. Remember your swim suit for the hot pools and swims in the Columbia River that is just across the road.
Fairmont is ideally positioned in the valley making it an ideal destination for year round sporting activities. Look under 'Canada Travel' or 'Explore the Kootenays' websites for activities in the area.
Please call Barbara, or check out the cabin website at the end of this listing, to check out availability and additional information on the property.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair accessible
About Barbara Jewell Lee
The Jewell family built this cabin in 1976 as a family retreat. In 2000 the Jewell family started renting the cabin to family friends and others. We are now starting with the fourth generation coming to the cabin to enjoy the hot pools, golf, skiing, long walks and being together as a family.
Barbara Jewell Lee purchased this cabin in 1976
Why Barbara Jewell Lee chose Fairmont Hot Springs
Fairmont Hot Springs was a family destination for camping during the May and September long weekends since the early '60s. When the opportunity arose to purchase property in 1976 as the Mountainside Golf Course was being built, Bob and Doris Jewell jumped at the idea of family retreat that wasn't in a tent. They spent many happy times at the cabin, and a great deal of time on the golf course. Their love of the area they passed on to their children, and we have passed the same love on to our children and now our grandchildren. A wonderful legacy.
What makes this cabin unique
Fairmont area is truly beautiful in all four seasons. From a cabin that provides all the necessities, one has access to many choices for both summer and winter activities. Lots of golf courses, hiking, fishing, downhill or cross country ski/boarding areas. The Fairmont Hot Springs Pools are great at any time of the year.