You’ll love the clear, cold creek you walk across to get to the cabin, the fresh smell of pine as you walk inside, and falling asleep to the sound of running water from the creek. Hiking, biking, fishing, boating and ATV adventures abound.
Need a break? Want to go somewhere unique? Enjoy a few days in a rustic but cozy private cabin on a creek just 30 minutes from Pemberton. Comfy queen size bed in the loft and a futon on the main floor. Kitchen includes a hot plate, microwave, toaster oven (can accommodate small chicken/pizza), slow cooker, electric griddle, and bar fridge. BBQ is outside. There is a bucket toilet set up in the outhouse right outside the cabin. A hot water shower is in a separate building near the house. Enjoy the fire pit, and use the wood-fired sauna! No smoking. Pets are allowed if they are kept under control and you pick up after them.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the cabin, sauna, shower shed, and the outhouse (with a bucket toilet instead of a pit).
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'll be available for questions and tips about great places to visit locally. If, for some reason I'm not available, I will let you know.
The cabin is cozy but rustic. There is heat and electricity but no running water. I provide potable water and there is a sink with a grey water bucket under the cabinet, which has been working well for people. The toilet is a bucket toilet (not a flush toilet) in the outhouse just outside the cabin, and since I empty the bucket frequently, it never stinks. In my opinion, it's better than a pit outhouse!
There is some wood for the campfire but guests may need to split it themselves. You can also buy split wood in Whistler and Pemberton. There is a place along the side of the road just north of Mt Currie that usually has wood.
Wifi is available if your device can pick up the signal from the house - from inside the cabin, most laptops can but some phones can't.
We are rural, Pemberton is the closest town, and it's a 30 min drive. There are no grocery stores here, though if you're desperate for something essential, there is a convenience store in D'Arcy (10 min drive north at Anderson Lake) that might have what you need. It's best to pick up groceries on the way either in the city or Pemberton.
If you have young kids, you'll need to watch them carefully as the creek runs through the middle of my property and is fast-flowing.
Campfires allowed in the fire pit only. Guests must ensure their fire is out before they leave it unattended.
Mosquito coils are for outside use only. Keep the sliding door closed to prevent insects from entering the cabin, and open windows with screens to keep air flowing.
Do not leave garbage, recyclables, or food of any kind outside, or in the tipi. If you're not going to take your garbage with you, please leave it in the cabin.
Please keep noise to a minimum between 11 PM and 7 AM out of respect for the neighbours.
Please pick up after your dog and keep it off of the neighbour's property. Do not leave dog unattended in the cabin.