Hello from Whitehorse Yukon!
We're glad you stopped by and invite you to spend time at our beautiful historical house located downtown in the quiet residential neighborhood of "Old Town" Whitehorse. We have the only heritage B&B property in Whitehorse, and the great thing is - we're right downtown within walking distance to everything!
The Cyr House was built in 1907 by Mike and Tony Cyr for Sam McGee and his family.
So have a look around and please contact us if you have any questions about our facilities. We hope to meet you soon!
Pam and Bernie Phillips, Hosts
The city of Whitehorse lies in the traditional territory of two First Nations, the Kwanlin Dun and the Ta'an Kwach'anâ, and boasts a vibrant arts and cultural community. The classic ambiance of Main Street coupled with great shopping, restaurants and quality visitor accommodation make Whitehorse a superb destination as well as a base for explorations around the Yukon.
Whitehorse hosts a thriving number of supermarkets, camping supply retailers, vehicle and equipment rentals, and just about everything you'd expect to find in a major city. With a full range of visitor services, including two golf courses, a hot springs, fine dining and cafés, great museums, well-appointed accommodation and an assortment of spa and salon offerings, visitors to Whitehorse can relax and enjoy their vacation fun.
Take the time to visit some of the Yukon's top attractions during your stay in Whitehorse. Tour Parks Canada's restored sternwheeler, the S.S. Klondike, and explore the Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre and MacBride Museum. Wander the Whitehorse waterfront where you'll discover many ways to enjoy the historic Yukon Riverâ by raft, canoe, or tour boat.
And there's so much to do just a stone's throw from Whitehorse. Explore hiking trails minutes from downtown at Miles Canyon, ride mountain ridges overlooking the city, or fish in a pristine alpine lake just a short flight by bush plane.
All rates include a self-serve continental breakfast with your choice of hot and cold cereals, whole-grain bread, peanut butter and a variety of jams, tea and coffee. Breakfast is self-serve and all food items are stocked in your suite (in the main kitchen for those in the Green and Rose rooms) so you eat what you want, when you want it!
We are located right downtown in a quiet residential area, just two blocks from Main Street. You can walk 4 blocks to the Yukon River and the Millenium Trail.+ More