Fully furnished 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, spacious, clean, smoke free home. Located in the heart of village of Radium Hot Springs, BC. - About an hour and a half drive from Banff, AB at the south entrance of Kootenay National Park. My house is suited for couples, family with kids or company of 6. This house is walking distance to the Radium Valley Vacation Resort where our guests can access all the amenities while staying in my house. About 5 minutes drive away from Radium Hot Springs pools. Kitchen are fully equipped with small appliances and utensils. BBQ and fire pit and picnic table are available on the patio.
The are lots of great outdoor activities in this peaceful village. During summer time - raft the rockies, Golf the Columbia Valley Golf Trail, Explore Kootenay National Park etc. During winter time - spend your day on the slopes, sled Radium, Cross country skiing and of course enjoy the natural hot springs any time of the year.
Property Type: Single Family Residential
Type Dwell: Duplex (Half) - 1410 Sq. Feet
Accomodation Type: Vacation Rental
2 Master's Bedroom En suite 1 Full Bathroom with Tub each room with queen bed each
3rd Bedroom with sofa bed or computer desk suited for those travelling for business
3rd Full Bathroom with shower
Amenities: Essentials (Includes towels, linens, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, Shower gel)
Hot Tub – At Radium Valley Vacation Resort (RVVR)
Pool – At RVVR
Pool Table – At RVVR
Game room – At RVVR
Gym – At RVVR
Meals – guests provide their own meals
Laundry – Washer and dryer
Parking space – can accommodate up to 4 cars
TV (3)– Basic Cable and Netflix Blutooth CD Radio Microsystem
Wii Internet / Wifi
Basic ingredients: salt, pepper etc.
Keurig coffeemaker (coffee pods provided)
Carbon monoxide detector
First Aid Kit
6 Maximum occupancy
No Parties or events
May not be safe or suitable for infants
Please do not light candles or use any other fire hazards/products that may seriously damage the property
Remove outside footwear upon entry.
Please indicate the right amount of guests so that we can provide enough supplies.
Please DO NOT try to fix our appliances, consult the host, do not take or move any items without contacting us. If something is not in usual place, and we cannot locate it, we may assume it is missing and charge you for it.
Check in time is anytime after 4PM
Check out time – on or before 11AM
Small Pets allowed – pet fees apply (subject for approval)
Guests making reservation accepts all responsibility for the safety and actions of their party
Things To Do in the neighborhood:(Columbia Valley)
Hike the Fairmont Hoodoos Trail
Hike Mount Swansea - Mount Swansea is located in the Columbia Valley, overlooking the Upper Columbia River, Lake Windermere, the Columbia Wetlands and the town of Invermere.
Lake Windermere Whiteway - In summer, the Columbia Valley BC’s beautiful Lake Windermere attracts enthusiastic crowds of recreationists to its shores. In winter, the Lake Windermere Whiteway transforms it into a winter paradise where families can make happy memories as they play on the ice together. In 2014, the Guinness Book of Records declared it the longest skating path in the world!
Let’s go Tobogganing! - Tobogganing, snow tubing, speeding down a snowy hill on your magic carpet or saucer – it’s what’s on the mind of every kid, big or little, from the time the first snowflakes of the winter fall thick and fast. The feel of the wind in your face as you race to the bottom and tumble, laughing, into a soft snow-bank is a memory that somehow stays with you for a lifetime.
The Columbia River Wetlands - The Columbia Wetlands stretches between Canal Flats and Golden, BC, peacefully meandering alongside the Upper Columbia River through our beautiful valley. To the east are the Canadian Rockies. To the west is the Purcell Mountain Range.
Fort Steele Heritage Town -Fort Steele, during the 1864 Kootenay gold rush was called Galbraith’s Ferry, but twenty-four years later it was renamed in honor of Sam Steele of the Northwest Mounted Police, who had become a hero by peacefully settling tensions between white settlers and the local Ktunaxa people.+ More