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

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Recent Vancouver Coast & Mountains reviews

  • Great value, well equipped.

    "My wife and I frequently stay in Glacier's Reach as we love the location (close to many amenities, yet quiet compared to being directly in the village). While we normally stay in larger units, this was perfect for the two of us on this trip. The first biggest surprise was the TV's have been upgraded since the posted images and the unit is well stocked with a coffee press, workable cookware and upgraded dinnerware from Pier One. Communication from Ed was fantastic and we look forward to staying here again."
    Guest: Vin Q. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 19, 2016
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  • Great location! Clean condo.

    "We enjoyed our stay in the Olympic Village. The condo was clean with no issues. Easy walk to shops and restaurants. The hot tub was nice after a long day!"
    Guest: Stephen P. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 4, 2016
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  • Wonderful

    "Our family (we have two kids), plus two grandparents, spent some time in Steve's cabin this January (2015), and had a truly wonderful time during our stay. Our kids are very young, and they had so much fun exploring the cabin. We found the place easy (directions were clear), and it was well prepared for our visit: everything was very clean and tidy. The cabin is very inviting, cozy, and quite spacious - there was plenty of room for sleep (3 bedrooms) and hang out (downstairs and upstairs). The kitchen was very well stocked, we cooked most of our meals. Linen and towels were plentiful and clean. We were lucky to be there during a heavy snowfall, we all loved watching it, and going out with kids to play. The wood stove served us well to warm up after we came back inside. One thing we didn't have time to enjoy was the sauna. The cabin is a short drive to Whistler, we went there a couple of times during our stay, for lunch and to walk around. We didn't go skiing/snowboarding, but, the cabin is a good base for winter activities in Whistler. The cabin is located close to a railroad, but, the trains go by very infrequently (twice a day or so), and they were not annoying (on the contrary, kids liked watching them go by). Our correspondence with Steve was very clear and easy (e-mail, phone). Thanks Steve, we hope to come back and visit your cabin again! Davor and family"
    Guest: Davor H. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: January 30, 2016
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  • Lyn and Phil and large family

    "We had a wonderful 4 night stay in this home. 6 adults and 5 children aged 2-7 years. The house is a beautiful classic large ski home. Very well stocked for guests. Kitchen well equipped and loads of towels. Mud room entrance very convenient as is laundry room in the basement. It is listed as a 5 bedroom but could really be considered 6 as the TV room in the lower level is a room with a door and has two pullout couches that we didn't use. The games room is a separate common area from this private and largish TV room. Our kids used the TV room to play in. The home is nicely furnished with rustic ski decor and durable, very suitable for young kids and dogs. Does not have fenced area for letting dogs out but a great walking trail just a few doors down. Peter was very available with Whistler tips and also responded promptly to have a hot tub problem fixed within 24 hours. Highly recommended."
    Guest: lyn G. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 11, 2016
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