Temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
Located 19 kilometres (12 mi) from the junction of TransCanada Hwy 1 and Hwy 23 south; 1.5 km off the highway. This beautiful resort is situated on 50 hectares of a forested peninsula with a 100 metre waterfall and breathtaking views of Arrow Lake.
Quiet peninsula on Arrow Lake; Frommers Guide: …most superlative inn, in all of British Columbia.
All rooms and suites have ensuite bathrooms; honeymoon and anniversary suites are also available. Amenities include full gourmet breakfast, heated outdoor pool, hot tub, lounge, fireplace, library, sundeck and gameroom.
Summer and winter activities abound: hiking is popular during the summer months and snowshoeing in the winter. Use of canoe and snowshoes are included with overnight accommodation.
And, no matter what the season, it’s the perfect place for a romantic wedding – casual or elegant. Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn have a wedding chapel on-site. Receptions are held in the dining room or on the sundeck of the inn for up to 40 or in white tents (heated in spring and fall) on the lakeshore for up to 100 guests!
During the summer months, visitors are drawn to the Grizzly Plaza where there is nightly entertainment in the band shell. Strolling through the beautifully restored downtown, you can see over 60 buildings that date back to the late 1800’s. Heritage Walking Tour maps may be obtained from the Visitor Info Centre.
Adventure abounds in and around Revelstoke. Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park are renowned for recreational climbing, wildlife viewing and hiking. Alpine meadow hiking, glacier hiking and hut-to-hut hiking can all be done through outfitters who organize heli-excursions in the area. River tours and white water rafting are also available.
Take time to visit the Railway Museum. Extensive displays, rolling stock, books, clothing and memorabilia are a few of the things you’ll find here. Guided group tours are available year-round by appointment.
Snowmobile opportunities, alpine and cross-country skiing are all plentiful during the winter months.