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Recent Naramata reviews

  • Great place to stay in Naramata

    "Wow what a view, enjoyed our week's stay @ this vacation rental house. The house was large enough for 9 people to have their own space(bedrooms & bathrooms). The owner was very helpful in answering any questions I had. Very quiet location & private. It was like a home away from home, enjoyed watering the garden & flowers. Lots of amenities in the house, but the best was the view of the lake from the deck, so relaxing. The village of Naramata was only a 5 min drive away. Lots of wineries to check out on the Naramata Bench. KVR trail was very accessible. Would definitely recommend this rental property."
    Guest: JGr Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014
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  • Ideal property in Naramata

    "Just like the listing says, this property was peaceful and private, with beautiful lake views. From the house, from the decks and the lower patio, we enjoyed viewing the lake, the trees, the birds and the night sky. It was nice just to look at forest below the property, as oppose to rooftops, and there is also a creek below which was pleasant to hear. Even though there are houses on either side, this property felt very private for relaxing outdoors. There were lots of great morning walks to do from the house, including easy access to the KVR trail. We also found a nice loop down the Old Main Rd., through town, then back up along lower Debeck Rd (vineyards, orchards, woods, stunning properties and so on.) Great for the dog in the morning before it got too hot. The kids generally rode their bikes to the beach at Manitou, but pretty steep coming back up the hill (it was easy to just put them on the car rack at the end of the day.) During out two week stay, we enjoyed day trips to Penticton (great sandy beach, Saturday morning market, etc.); Summerland (Rotary beach in lower town is fun, Summerland Sweets with a walk over the KVR trestle bridge is lovely in the evening); nice drive down to Oliver and Osoyoos, with a stop at the Desert Centre; cycling the KVR was spectacular, particularly between the little tunnel and Penticton. Mostly we just enjoyed relaxing days in Naramata, going to the beach, renting paddleboards, playing Frisbee, visiting wineries, etc. The house truly does have everything you need, very clean with comfortable furniture and beds (nice king in the master bedroom.) The hosts were a pleasure to deal with and we would definitely consider returning to this property next year. Thank you!"
    Guest: Wendy Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
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  • Perfect wine country holiday home

    "We just stayed in this charming home and were very impressed with everything about it. It has a rustic feel but with all the mod cons.It is very suitable for groups, and it's comfortable, well organized, private and quiet. The patio under the grape arbour was our favourite place to hang out because of the beautiful view, but there are many comfortable spots in and around the home. Hot tub-ing at night and picking fruit of the plum tree were also highlights. It's a perfect location for wine trippers and for those who want to be close to the village. We are already considering booking again!"
    Guest: JC Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 14, 2014
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  • Sunset in the vines!

    "My family and I had an amazing time in the Naramata valley. The house was very spacious and beautiful! Amazing porch for sunsets... Many fruit trees on the premises that we were fortunate to enjoy! I would recommend this to anyone!"
    Guest: Dee Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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Naramata Travel Tips

Surprising Style: Naramata Vacation Rentals

There are immediate images conjured with British Columbia. We assume rugged terrains, sparse air, miles of empty peaks. We believe none but the brave can survive it, and none but the curious would dare to vacation there. But, in the Okanagan Valley, there waits an unexpected marvel; filled with wild orchards and heady vineyards, parks and historic streets. Naramata is a treat among the forests. And Naramata vacation rentals are the ultimate rewards.

Naramata Accommodations Continue the Elegance

For those longing for grace with their outdoor experience, look no further than Naramata. This town is filled with amodern appeal. Follow spectacular trails to a collection of over 20 wineries, each nestled among lush landscapes. Stroll along the avenues and be greeted by a wide range of art galleries, spa centers, and museums (the Naramata Heritage Museum is sure to thrill with its artifacts and famed quilts). Visit attractions like the Labyrinth, a massive meditation circle, or the Little Tunnel; which is one of the few remaining railway openings that can be reached by car and offers breathtaking views of the entire area. You won’t want to leave, especially when you find the right place to stay.

Okanagan Valley Lodging: Good Taste, Good Sense

Naramata is renowned for its charm and beauty. So why would you lessen that with a hotel? There are gorgeous accommodations to be sampled, each with its own distinct range of amenities and extras (and that all important budget). Wake up to perfect views; prepare meals even your pickiest eater will enjoy; and then open your front door to meet the morning. You can move from comfort to culture. You need simplicity with your vacation. You need style. It’s why you chose Naramata. And it’s also why you’ll choose a rental home: you want it all.

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