This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Lake Windermere Travel Tips
Plan Your Next Adventure in Lake Windermere Vacation Homes
Lake Windermere vacation homes are the ideal accommodations for families traveling to British Columbia. Spend some time here this season and enjoy watching bears, dog sledding, or even simply relaxing on the water in a house boat during your stay.
Live on the Water While Staying in Lake Windermere Vacation Homes
Rent a house boat and stay on the water for a few days as a comfortable alternative to your Lake Windermere accommodation choice. You may also simply rent one of these boats to enjoy your time on the water during the day, then relax in your land-based BC rentals for a quiet night of rest.
Watch the Bears at Your Lake Windermere Accommodation
Among the many specimens of native wildlife in British Columbia are several types of bear that travelers enjoy spotting during their visits to Lake Windermere vacation homes. Grizzlies, black bears and the “Spirit Bear” are the most popular. If you’re lucky, you may even spot one of the cream or white bears in the forest, which constitute only about 10 percent of the local bear population surrounding your Lake Windermere accommodation. The Great Bear Forest is the best place to catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures, and a guide can teach you and your loved ones how to correctly and safely search for and observe the bears near your BC rentals.
Dog Sledding near BC Rentals
If you plan on visiting Lake Windermere vacation homes during the winter months, you’re in for a real treat in the midst of the snow-covered mountains. Dog sledding teams and companies offer rides and regular transportation to the public, which is a great way to learn about one of the oldest local traditions while staying in your Lake Windermere accommodation. You may also choose to venture out from your BC rentals to spend an afternoon at one of the local schools that teach you how to drive these sleds.