Fairmont Vacation Home Rentals

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On your next trip, consider a Fairmont vacation home rental for your accommodations. There are 5 vacation homes in Fairmont resorts. Vacation home rentals are generally appealing for many reasons. Some of the foremost being cost savings, more space, and no tips or service charges that are associated with hotel rooms. Vacation rental homes have kitchens for cooking, living rooms for gathering together and offer the appeal of living in a real neighborhood and soaking up the rhythm of the locals.

With our friendly, responsive customer service and extensive informational website, renting a Fairmont vacation home from Owner Direct Vacation Rentals is a breeze. Find your perfect location and home size to suit your needs, no matter what your criteria. We have vacation homes in Columere Park, Fairmont Village, Hot Springs, Ridge Mountainside, Riverside Golf Estates and many more locations.

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  • Relax on the Deck to the Sound of the Creek that Flows Just a few Feet Away

    Relax on the Deck to the

    Fairmont: Fairmont Ridge: Townhouse
    • 3 BDR
    • 1 Loft
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 7
    • #14025
    $240 to $358 CAD/night Credit Card
    Only a short drive or 10 min walk away from the Hot Springs. The main floor features a fully equipped kitchen, TV, DVD, Internet, gas fireplace, and south facing patio with BBQ and patio furniture. The second floor features the master bedroom which has a queen size bed and full ensuite with jacuzzi tub. The second and third bedrooms are on the lower walkout level. The second bedroom has a queen and single bed, and the third bedroom has a queen bed. We supply fresh linens, towels, dishcloths, soaps and all paper products. During the summer, enjoy the spectacular outdoor waterpark complete with a 3-storey waterslide and spray park.
  • Valley View on one Side Mountain View on the other

    Valley View on one Side

    Fairmont: Home
    • 4 BDR
    • 4 BA
    • Sleeps 13
    • #46317
    $400 to $425 CAD/night Star Rating
    This home has an unbelievable panoramic view of the valley on one side and an exceptional view of a beautiful mountain range on the other. To the west the panoramic view from the deck is incredible and a golf course is slated to be built in the not too distant future. This home will be approximately 250 yards up the side of a hill from one of the fairways. To the east (the front of the house) there is a spectacular view of the East Kootenay's Mountain Range. This home is located in a new, gated community called Crooked Tree which has only 22 lots for development. At this time there are only 8 or 10 completed or in various stages of completion.
  • Spacious, Mountain Get-Away with all the Comforts of Home

    Spacious, Mountain Get

    Fairmont: Hot Springs: House
    • 3 BDR
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #200228
    $164 to $261 CAD/night Credit Card Paypal Star Rating
    This mountain side walk-out bungalow is located on a 0.3 acre beautifully landscaped lot close to the end of a dead end road. It is conveniently located within minutes of Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Ski Hill and numerous Golf Courses. This is an ideal get-away destination for a family vacation, skiing weekend or couples retreat. There is ample space in this open concept home.
  • Gorgeous Secluded Home on Mountainside Golf Course

    Gorgeous Secluded Home on

    Fairmont: Home
    • 4 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 6
    • #52491
    $275 to $275 CAD/night  
    Quiet serenity with fabulous views from your deck on the fourth hole of the Mountainside Golf Course. Enjoy your screened in patio for pleasurable outdoor dining while viewing the Sawtooth Mountain Range. Walk across the golf course to the Marble Canyon Trail, only a 15-minute walk to the Fairmont natural hot pools. Walk down Columbia River Road to the provincial park (10-minutes)for fishing, birds, wildlife, jogging and picnics on Columbia Lake. After your great day outdoors, relax in privacy on our flagstone patio by the wood burning fire-pit. Surround sound system, flat screen television, Shaw cable and Internet. You will truly enjoy your home away from home.
  • Upscale Property in the Recreation Area of East Kootenay's and the BC Rockies

    Upscale Property in the

    Fairmont: Riverside Golf Estates: Executive style house
    • 2 BDR
    • 1 Den
    • 3 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #200626
    $53 to $60 CAD/night Paypal
    An exceptional alpine and nordic sking area - close to Sunshine & Lake Louise ski areas near Banff, Alberta; Fairmont, Panorama, Kimberly and Kicking Horse ski areas in the East Kootenay valley. The Fairmont Ski Area is a ten minute drive from the home. Home is located on the headwaters of the Columbia River which flows year round. The Fairmont Hot Springs pools, open year round, are a five minute drive. The Calgary International Airport is 3 1/2 hrs, and the Cranbrook International Airport is 1 1/4 hrs.

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Fairmont News and Events

Ultimate Rockies Vacations website: Fairmont Hot Springs, BC
Like Radium Hot Springs, Fairmont Hot Springs first made its mark with Europeans because of its natural, odourless hot springs. Straddling Highway 93/95, Fairmont is divided into two parts commonly referred to as Riverside and Mountainside, as one half of the community lies on the banks of the Columbia River and the other half at the base of the Rocky Mountains.

Located 26 kilometres south of Invermere, Fairmont's economy is based around tourism and focused, to large degree, in the timeshare retail sector. A small resort town with a permanent population of 364 residents, Fairmont is host to tens of thousands of domestic and foreign time-share owners each year. Fairmont offers a host of basic amenities such as restaurants, accommodations, gas station, cafes, grocery store, apparel and gift retailers, a volunteer fire department, post office, church, information centre and an airport - the largest in the valley community - with a two-kilometre long runway capable of handling small aircraft, as well as jets and charter planes.

The strata corporation behind the small town is the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort. The resort offers four-and-a-half star accommodation, fine dining and access to Fairmont's recreation opportunities.

Recreation opportunities in Fairmont during the summer months include golfing at Mountainside Golf Course and Riverside Golf Course, both 18-hole championship golf courses. Fairmont is a popular base for golf vacations in the valley as it is centrally located to the excellent courses in the south near Kimberley and to the north in Invermere, Radium and Panorama. Other popular summer activities include tennis, horseback riding at the Fairmont Stables, hiking, mountain biking, paddling in the Columbia River and a spa.

Winter recreation centers around the Fairmont ski hill, located approximately four kilometres beyond the resort's main complex. With two lifts and a large number of intermediate runs, the hill strives to provide family skiing and snowboarding. Skiers and boarders looking for more vertical, more runs and more snow either make the trip from Fairmont to Kimberley or Panorama. Other winter activities in Fairmont include snowmobiling and cross country skiing.

However, Fairmont's biggest year-round draw is its hot springs. The pools' complex is made up of soaking hot pools, a warm swimming pool and a diving pool.

Apart from recreational opportunities, the resort is one of the few in the valley that caters to the business traveler with a whole array of convention rooms that can host groups of 15 to groups as big as 300.

European history in Fairmont dates back to 1887 when an Englishman named George Geary homesteaded a large tract of land that included the hot springs. Geary left Fairmont a year later and turned his holdings over to Sam Brewer who moved to the valley from the United States. In Fairmont, Brewer operated a stopping place for stagecoaches running up and down the valley. The property was later purchased by W. Heap Holland, a manufacturer from Manchester, England in the early 1900s. Holland operated Fairmont as a ranch and resort.

The birth of the resort as it stands today dates back to 1957 when Earl and Lloyd Wilder, originally from Saskatchewan, along with a group of Invermere businessmen, purchased the property. At the time, the resort was little more than some outdoor change rooms and a few tent cabins situated around a small pool. The Wilders eventually bought out the Invermere businessmen and in 1965, Lloyd became the sole owner when he purchased Earl's share.

In the Fairmont area, another larger permanent population is found in the communities of Dutch Creek and Columere Park. Both communities are located directly south of Fairmont and have a permanent population of 370 residents. The first subdivision plan at Columere Park, which features a family beach and Coy's Par 3 Golf Course, was registered in 1961, but large scale development didn't take place until a decade or so later, while the Dutch Creek plan of subdivision was registered in 1979. The latest subdivision in the Fairmont area is Columbia Ridge, which was started in 1996. It is located half way between Canal Flats and Fairmont.

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