Your self-contained holiday apartment is located in a private home on a beautiful one acre garden, high above the mighty Fraser River. On a clear day you can see the eternal snow of Mount Baker in the distance. Watch the tug boats go by or listen to the cries of the Canada geese.
The large, full kitchen with lovely, natural Maple cabinets is well equipped and a series of cookbooks and Gourmet magazines invites you to try out new recipes
Enjoy a romantic dinner on the patio or at the edge of the garden, high above the river.
French doors lead from the kitchen to the large living room, which features a comfortable sitting area with a leather sofa.
The main apartment can accommodate 2 guests.
A separate bedroom, the "Seide room" can be made available for an extra 2 guests.
The "Seide room" can also be rented separately. It has its own bathroom and private entrance. TV, wifi, a small fridge and electric kettle and a few dishes let you make some snacks.
The "Seide room" is an extra bedroom which can be added to the main apartment or be rented separately. It has its own bathroom and private entrance. TV, wifi, a small fridge and electric kettle and a few dishes let you make some snacks.
Please, check prices for the Seide room itself and as an ad-on to the main apartment!
The Fraser Riverview Holiday apartment is located in Maple Ridge, in the Metro Vancouver area.
Maple Ridge is nestled between mountains, rivers, lakes and parks. It combines the best of Canadian nature with the close amenities of the fabulous world city, Vancouver.
Your holiday home is ideal for bird watching, painting, photography, reading and just relaxing.
This area is a golfer's paradise: there are 7 golf courses in the vicinity and one 60-stall driving range. These golf courses all vary in challenge, but one thing is for certain, each course is spectacularly beautiful! From ones boasting scenic mountain backdrops to ones with lush playing greens on champion courses this golfing mecca has it all.
For horse-lovers there are 6 stables and equestrian centres and more than 60 km of riding-trails which are kept up by the Horsemenâ??s Association.
Vancouver with all its excitement is only an hour's drive away. Or take the West Coast Express commuter train.
The Pitt Polder Wetlands are famous for bird watching and miles of dikes offer beautiful nature watching opportunities. The "Trans Canada Trail" runs through here.
Boating, hiking, biking or climbing the Golden Ears Mountains is all available in the vicinity.
Fabulous view of the Fraser River and Mount Baker.
Our parklike property sits high above the Fraser river.+ More