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Parkhill Chalet Rental - Hope, British Columbia

Sleeps12
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms2
Space 2,500 sq. ft.
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 2 - 4 nights

Overview

About the property

Escape to a relaxing wonderland in only 90 minutes from the Port Mann Bridge (Vancouver). Set in the idyllic setting of the Sunshine Valley community, only 15 minutes southeast of Hope, BC. Available for weekend and weekly rentals. Offering tranquil alpine living, this large, spacious 2500 sq foot chalet is great for corporate retreats, reunions and multi-family use. Located conveniently just 15 minutes from the amenities of Hope and 30 minutes from the Manning Park ski and recreational resort. Perfect for extended family get together.

Amenities include:

Sleeps up to 14 -- 4 bedrooms. With 3 Queen, 4 single and 1 fixed double futon. Plus plenty of room for queen air mattresses

Large modern kitchen with fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave. Many small appliances including 4 slice toaster, kettle, grill, all cookware, dishware and silverware

Spacious modern kitchen, dining and family room in one that comfortably seats over 14

Plenty of parking on site

Two full bathrooms

40" TV/DVD with high speed internet

Outdoor area with BBQ and fire pit

Central wood stove

Wall heating in all rooms

Private telephone with free local calls

Complimentary tea, coffee and condiments

Pillows, bedding and towels provided, or you can bring your own

Washer & Dryer on site

Rates:

Rates based on 6 people minimum: $265/night.

Plus: $25/person/night for each person beyond 6;

$50 Cleaning Fee.

Weekly Rate: $1600 for the first 6 people minimum. Extra person rates same as above.

Long Weekend Rates add an extra $50/night

Christmas/New Years period Rates add an extra $100/night minimum.

Pets allowed however please advise when booking (extra $25/night/pet)

For questions and inquiries call Don at (604) 488-4023Non Long Weekends:

Rates based on 6 people minimum: $260/night.

Plus:

$25/person/night for each person beyond 6;

$50 Cleaning Fee.

Weekly Rate: $1600 for the first 6 people minimum. Extra person rates same as above.

Long Weekends:

Rates based on 6 people minimum: $310/night.

Plus:

$25/person/night for each person beyond 6;

$50 Cleaning Fee.

Christmas/New Years period:

Rates: $365/night for the first 6 people;

Plus:

$25/person/night for each person beyond 6;

$50 Cleaning Fee.

Weekly Rate: $2190 for the first 6 people minimum. Extra person rates same as above.

Pets allowed however please advise when booking (extra $25/night/pet)Gold Rush Hiking Trails

Many hiking trails are a part of the Trans-Canada rail system or the old Cariboo Gold Rush Trail. A favourite is the abandoned Othello-Quintette Tunnels in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park. It's an easy gravel trail from the parking lot to the old Kettle Valley Railway bed, now transformed with trestle bridges over the river and through five tunnels cut through sheer granite.

Mountain Biking & ATVing

Mountain bikers, motorcross and ATVers should head for the abandoned mine pit at the end of Nickel Mine Road where they can kick-up all manner of dirt along challenging downhill trails and jumps. BC Buggy's dune buggies are just as fun, either as self-drive adventures or as a guided tour in the back country.

Wildlife & Bird Watching

Eagles, osprey and salmon are always a marvel to see in their natural habitat. During the salmon runs, hundreds of eagles cling to trees along the banks of Fraser River and it's not unusual to see a black bear searching the shores for food.

The parks, especially, are home to various flora and fauna, some rare or endangered, and there are approximately 200 species of birds to enjoy, starting with the Blue Heron sanctuary on Greenwood Island, right across from Hope.

Fishing

Fishing is abundant. The Fraser River runs with salmon which swim up the Coquihalla and Skagit rivers to spawning channels, while alpine lakes and fast moving creeks are full of rainbow trout. Anglers must be self sufficient in terms of tackle and transport and although Hope has no guiding services, staff at the local outfitting shop are always up to speed on current hot spots, fishing regulations and licenses.

Winter Activities

With Manning Park and Hemlock Valley within a half hour drive, Hope is a good base for these two very different mountain playgrounds. The forcus is on family-oriented fun; each offers a variety of outdoor activities.

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Calendar last updated:
November 17, 2017

Amenities

Hope Cottage Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • cottage
Floor Area:
  • 2500 sq. ft.
House Rules:
  • Check-in: 4:00 PM
  • /
  • Check-out: 1:00 PM
  • Max. occupancy: 12
  • Min. age of primary renter: 18
  • Children welcome ...
  • Parties/events not allowed ...
  • Pets not allowed ...
  • Non smoking only ...
Bathrooms:
  • 2 Bathrooms
Bedrooms:
  • 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 12
  • Bedroom 1 - Queen bed with room for a queen air mattress if desired. Bedroom 2 - Queen bed with room for a queen air mattress if desired. Bedroom 3 - Queen bed with 2 single beds Bedroom 4 - 2 single beds with Queen sized Futon
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • hiking
  • ice skating

Reviews

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Great get-a-way!

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We have used this property twice for our home away from home. It is very spacious and reasonable in what it offers. The outside space is limited so if you are looking for a place with grass, this is not it. But there are plenty if options if you travel/ walk a short distance (2-10mins). There is a field and park down at the bottom of the hill and lots of places to hike, or you can drive into Manning park for the day! The owner is excellent and we have had plenty of fun:)

  • Submitted: May 2, 2016
  • Stayed: August 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
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Other Activities:

Gold Rush Hiking Trails

Many hiking trails are a part of the Trans-Canada rail system or the old Cariboo Gold Rush Trail. A favourite is the abandoned Othello-Quintette Tunnels in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park. It's an easy gravel trail from the parking lot to the old Kettle Valley Railway bed, now transformed with trestle bridges over the river and through five tunnels cut through sheer granite.

Mountain Biking & ATVing

Mountain bikers, motorcross and ATVers should head for the abandoned mine pit at the end of Nickel Mine Road where they can kick-up all manner of dirt along challenging downhill trails and jumps. BC Buggy's dune buggies are just as fun, either as self-drive adventures or as a guided tour in the back country.

Wildlife & Bird Watching

Eagles, osprey and salmon are always a marvel to see in their natural habitat. During the salmon runs, hundreds of eagles cling to trees along the banks of Fraser River and it's not unusual to see a black bear searching the shores for food.

The parks, especially, are home to various flora and fauna, some rare or endangered, and there are approximately 200 species of birds to enjoy, starting with the Blue Heron sanctuary on Greenwood Island, right across from Hope.

Fishing

Fishing is abundant. The Fraser River runs with salmon which swim up the Coquihalla and Skagit rivers to spawning channels, while alpine lakes and fast moving creeks are full of rainbow trout. Anglers must be self sufficient in terms of tackle and transport and although Hope has no guiding services, staff at the local outfitting shop are always up to speed on current hot spots, fishing regulations and licenses.

Winter Activities

With Manning Park and Hemlock Valley within a half hour drive, Hope is a good base for these two very different mountain playgrounds. The forcus is on family-oriented fun; each offers a variety of outdoor activities.

Gold Rush Hiking Trails

Many hiking trails are a part of the Trans-Canada rail system or the old Cariboo Gold Rush Trail. A favourite is the abandoned Othello-Quintette Tunnels in the Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park. It's an easy gravel trail from the parking lot to the old Kettle Valley Railway bed, now transformed with trestle bridges over the river and through five tunnels cut through sheer granite.

Mountain Biking & ATVing

Mountain bikers, motorcross and ATVers should head for the abandoned mine pit at the end of Nickel Mine Road where they can kick-up all manner of dirt along challenging downhill trails and jumps. BC Buggy's dune buggies are just as fun, either as self-drive adventures or as a guided tour in the back country.

Wildlife & Bird Watching

Eagles, osprey and salmon are always a marvel to see in their natural habitat. During the salmon runs, hundreds of eagles cling to trees along the banks of Fraser River and it's not unusual to see a black bear searching the shores for food.

The parks, especially, are home to various flora and fauna, some rare or endangered, and there are approximately 200 species of birds to enjoy, starting with the Blue Heron sanctuary on Greenwood Island, right across from Hope.

Fishing

Fishing is abundant. The Fraser River runs with salmon which swim up the Coquihalla and Skagit rivers to spawning channels, while alpine lakes and fast moving creeks are full of rainbow trout. Anglers must be self sufficient in terms of tackle and transport and although Hope has no guiding services, staff at the local outfitting shop are always up to speed on current hot spots, fishing regulations and licenses.

Winter Activities

With Manning Park and Hemlock Valley within a half hour drive, Hope is a good base for these two very different mountain playgrounds. The forcus is on family-oriented fun; each offers a variety of outdoor activities.

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Notes

  • Non Long Weekends:
    Rates based on 6 people minimum: $265/night.
    Plus:
    $25/person/night for each person beyond 6;
    $50 Cleaning Fee.
    Weekly Rate: $1600 for the first 6 people minimum. Extra person rates same as above.

    Long Weekends:
    Rates based on 6 people minimum: $315/night.
    Plus:
    $25/person/night for each person beyond 6;
    $50 Cleaning Fee.

    Christmas/New Years period:
    Rates: $365/night for the first 6 people;
    Plus:
    $25/person/night for each person beyond 6;
    $50 Cleaning Fee.
    Weekly Rate: $2190 for the first 6 people minimum. Extra person rates same as above.

    Pets allowed however please advise when booking (extra $25/night/pet)

    Extra person fee of 25 per person per night after the first 6 guests.

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