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600 to 600 CAD/nightCome and be wowed from the minute you enter this beautiful home overlooking Nelson & Kootenay lake ! Recently restored contemporary 3500 sq ft home & exceptional garden is the perfect place to retreat. Walking distance to beach/5 min drive to town.
- 5 BDR
- 3 BA
- Sleeps 9
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544 to 583 CAD/nightThis House and Cottage are rented together for a larger party. Both residences are meticulously finished in fine hardwood and tastefully furnished with period antiques for a comfortable and relaxing holiday. Both have secluded wrap-around sundecks and include utensils, barbecue equipment, and deck furniture for enjoyable dining, indoors or out. A large sandy beach spreads out 100 feet along the shore of the property, with immediate private access from the residences.
- 5 BDR
- 4 BA
- Sleeps 12
544 to 583 CAD/nightAn intriguing waterfront vacation property located 3 miles from Nelson City on pristine Kootenay Lake in south central British Columbia Canada. It is a majestic log post and beam structure that can accommodate a large number of guests. The open floor plan and sweeping sliding windows open up to a massive deck and a stunning panoramic views up and down the lake, the mountains and forest of the opposite shore and an assortment of wildlife calling the lake home. In winter, a short 30 min drive brings you to Whitewater Ski Resort, one of the finest powder ski venues anywhere. It attracts powder hounds, boarders, free skiers and cross country enthusiasts from all over the world from November to March, along with another highly rated resort, Red Mountain, about a 1 hour and 30 minutes to the south. With two fireplaces in the dining/living room the lodge is a cozy home to return to after a serious day of outdoor recreation. In season, the Nelson Maple Leafs Jr. Hockey Team plays at the new Civic Arena, a good locale to meet Nelsonites at leisure. Nelson City has a unique culture that emphasizes the laid back style that recalls the 60's and 70's era. It has a lively social scene for all types, with live music and interesting drinking establishments and dining venues. The town is a declared heritage location from it's wealthy mining boom days of the early 1900's and it has proudly preserved all it's great architecture from that era. Unique shops and crafts are readily accessible to shoppers looking for something different. In summer there are street markets two days a week selling fresh local produce, baking and specality foods, mostly organic and all local. It's large lakeside park, a gathering spot for locals and visitors alike to sunbath and stroll, is also the site for summer festivals. This is an all season retreat and a rare opportunity to enjoy a visit to Nelson B.C.In grand style.
- 5 BDR
- 4 BA
- Sleeps 10