Old world charm mixed with new world amenities.
Steeped in authenticity, The Copeland’s history dates back to the early 1800s when it was constructed for the infamous Mayor of Revelstoke, Frank McCarty. The revamped heritage building is now an elegant home away from home for outdoor enthusiasts, mountain aficionados and discerning travellers.
The Copeland places an emphasis on good food and coffee. In keeping with this, breakfast holds a priority and features the fares of local coffee roasters, markets and bakeries to provide a delicious European style spread.
The Copeland offers these rooms:
This large room features a king bed and is defined by a classic turret corner which creates a well lit nook overlooking downtown Revelstoke.
The Balcony Room
This room features a private balcony overlooking downtown Revelstoke, a king bed and ample space for sipping tea or stretching out.
The Mountain View
Relax in the king bed while you gaze westward towards the stunning Monashee Mountain and beyond.
The Queen’s corner features a heavenly queen sized bed and dreamy mountain views.
The building consists of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, drying room, gear storage and common areas to invite relaxation after a good day in the mountains.