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Recent Vancouver Coast & Mountains reviews

  • A beautiful weekend on the Fraser River

    "Our family stayed a weekend in Jackie's 2BR 2 ensuites float home B&B and it was surreally beautiful. We can't recommend it highly enough. The swans, the docks, the comfortable beds and restful decor, the well equiped kitchen, the sunsets, the gas fireplaces in each room, the amazing 3 hour walk along the dyke and estuary, the fish and chips at Sharkey's in the village of Ladner. We'll come again."
    Guest: Kate and Paul Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 8, 2015
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  • General Manager

    "The location was great! The amenities was good. Sercurity was great I felt safe. So safe that when I was leaving the parking garage I couldn't get out had to wait for another person to come in. No one showed or told me how to open it. And the only really bad thing. Was I was not Informed of where the trash was suppose to go. So I had three bags set aside that started to smell. And the only other thing was the tv/ cable didn't work the entire time of the stay . I asked the gal at check to test it before she left and she did but still nothing. I was clean and the bed was comfortable . I do recommend this condo to others. Just be sure to check everything out before anyone's leaves."
    Guest: Thonna B. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 17, 2015
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  • couldn't get better

    "We loved EVERYTHING about this cozy condo perch over the village: location, style, amenities, beds, access to hot tub and pool, view. It's a jump down to the gondola and a stroll down to the grocery store. It's amazingly quiet and snug, even though you're right in the middle of the action. Best of all, Alan arranges anything and everything, from discounted ski tickets to reservations at the best restaurant in Whistler. This is where you wanna be. Just let us have it against next year!"
    Guest: Weebelo Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 31, 2015
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  • Good location, Nice property, Lovely owner

    "This is a nice, very clean, 2BR condo. We are accustomed to sharing a larger house with another family, so to us it felt a bit small -- but it's probably a typical size for a 2BR condo. There are walking paths to Blackcomb base, which we did use; even carrying/wearing all of your equipment, it's not a bad walk, 10-15 minutes mostly on a tree-lined walking path, with a short bit along a street. If you don't want to walk, the free BCTransit bus stops in front of the development's driveway; it runs quite often and can take you to Blackcomb base and the village proper. The free underground parking is secure, and though the spaces are small, we parked our rented Escalade there -- just maneuver carefully. The vestibule has a hanging ski rack and more than enough space to stow all your equipment, even your luggage, while you're there. You can probably fit a bike in there in the summer, too. Check-in was a problem for us, but the property mgmt company finally straightened it out. The owner followed up as rapidly as she could and went out of her way to "make it right". She is a lovely person to speak with; if you have questions before or during your stay, you won't feel like you're being a nuisance by contacting her. Small quibble: A few of the things that we've come to expect in kitchens were absent -- salt/pepper, coffee filters, foil, containers with lids for leftovers... admittedly, that's not a big deal, but it did surprise us. Nice showers, lots of blankets, comfy beds, good pillows. The bunk beds are a little lightweight, the kind built more for younger children, so if you have an older, taller, bigger person in the top bunk, it can sway a bit. That said, our two kids (boy and girl) were very happy that the "kid room" had completely separate beds so that they each had their own areas. The owner provides the special logs that you need to make a fire; the little stove doesn't give off a lot of heat (which is a good thing in a small space) and gives a cozy feel to the room. When we were there (early April), snow had abandoned the bottom third of the mountains. We saw many people who probably paid a ton of money for ski-in, ski-out properties that were surrounded by bare grass. Watching them walk a long way to their properties left us feeling fiscally happy: even though we were walking 10-15 minutes, we knew that we had paid far less than they did and we had just as much convenience to the lifts."
    Guest: Tony and Tracey B. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
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