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Chilcotin Lodge

A First-Class Western Experience


Built in 1940, historic Chilcotin Lodge is one of the last remaining authentic frontier lodges in British Columbia. With its homey atmosphere and western hotel style, you'll think you've stepped back in time.  This lodge was featured on the CBC TV series “Cariboo Country” in 1961.  Located just 30 minutes outside Williams Lake in the beautiful Chilcotin grasslands, Chilcotin Lodge is the perfect beginning or end to your Chilcotin-Coast adventure.

Lounge & living room




 

Accommodations

The charming lodge has ten nicely decorated bedrooms on the second story.  With either a queen bed or twin beds, each room has its own special character. In keeping with the lodge's frontier style, each room has a wash-basin and there are two shared bathrooms along the hallway, one with a shower/bath and one with an antique tub.

Queen Room






 

Dining

The lodge has a cozy, private dining room that is fully-licensed, featuring British Columbia wines and beers. Included in the price of the room is a full country breakfast, and a lunch menu is also available (including a packed lunch if you are out exploring).  For dinner the chef will surprise you with gourmet delights, prepared with fresh organic products.



Lamb plate
 

Activities

The eastern part of the Chilcotin Plateau is an area of dramatic landscapes.  The desert-like Farwell Canyon with its hoodoos, sand dunes, and the raging Chilcotin River, is only a short drive from the lodge.  Also closeby is Junction Sheep Range Provincial Park, a unique landscape of rolling grasslands and deeply eroded gullies, which is home to a large herd of California Bighorn Sheep.  Don't miss river rafting or guided jet-boating tours, terrific fishing or birdwatching, hiking, or horseback riding.

Farwell Canyon


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