Newly built 3 bedroom west coast modern cabin with stunning mountain views
- english, french
About Nicole Bradbury
We have two boys (10&12) and built this cabin for our family to enjoy the best of what BC has to offer and to one day live here year round. We typically spend our full summers here but spending the summer in Europe. You won't find any reviews because we have rarely rent it - it is a real treasure!
Nicole Bradbury purchased this Cabin in 2011
Why Nicole Bradbury chose Squamish
The cabin is stunning, the lake is warm and safe for children (no powerboats), the mountain air is fresh, the sun is hot, you feel a million miles from civilization even though you are 15 minutes from Squamish. Have campfires and roast marshmallows under a sky with millions of visible stars and have that family summer cabin/cottage experience you always longed for.
What makes this Cabin unique
One great room with stunning lake and glacier views. Fully stocked with high quality cookware, dishes, wine glasses, gas BBQ, fire pit, board games, books, etc. This is a luxury mountain retreat that has a wonderful relaxed family feel. It is truly a little patch of paradise. You will not believe this this little gem exists so close to Squamish and Vancouver - once you've come down don't tell our secret. One 6 year old girl who visited us named it - LOVE IT LAKE!
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Our cabin is a 35 minute drive from Whistler where there is world class skiing, hiking and restaurants. The Sea to Sky corridor offers exceptional mountain biking, bouldering, hiking and rock climbing opportunities. Serving up over 200 km of single-track, Mountain Bike Magazine has named Squamish as one of the top 25 wildest and most exotic places to ride in the world. Squamish sits at the end of the Howe Sound and is a draw for kite boarders. The name of the town means "mother of wind" in the local First Nations language for the thermal wind that sweeps up through the valley. Squamish is also home to the Stawamus Chief Mountain which towers over 700 m above the waters of the Howe Sound. It is claimed to be the "second largest granite monolith in the world".
Our cabin is on 2 acres and is adjacent to a 200 square km wilderness area. You can walk out the door and be on a fabulous remote hiking trail in a matter of minutes.