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River's Edge B&B

River's Edge B&B

Description

Situated on the shores of the mighty Columbia River, this bed and breakfast property is conveniently located between two bridges, within easy walking distance of all amenities.

The River's Edge B&B offers two rooms: the Fireside Room and the Down Home Room. A common breakfast kitchen separates the two rooms and is available any time for your convenience. Breakfast is served every morning in the breakfast kitchen or on the covered patio. The two overnighting rooms and breakfast kitchen have a separate entrance from that of the property owners home.

The Fireside Room
This room features a natural stone fireplace, 4 piece ensuite bath, TV, DVD player, phone, free WiFi, quality bedding such as imported jersey sheets and fluffy down duvet, and views of the river.

The Down Home Room
This bright and cheery room offers all the comforts of home. Amenities include twin or king bed (upon request), 4 piece ensuite bath, TV, VCR, phone, free WiFi and views of the river.

Breakfast Kitchen
Located between the two rooms and available any time for your use. The kitchen is equipped with fridge, sink, dishes, coffee maker, kettle, microwave, toaster oven, coffee, tea, cream and sugar, and other condiments.

The award winning gardens at River's Edge offer you a very relaxing atmosphere. Awarded 1st prize in the 2003 and 2004 Communities in Bloom gardening contest, the grounds are attractive, well manicured and pleasant to stroll. Relax under a tree or eat lunch under the big umbrella and enjoy the views of  Red Mountain Ski Resort. Or, venture down to the river and try a little fishing - the Columbia is one of the finest rivers for Rainbow Trout in North America. Amenities also include an outdoor hot tub.

This is a non-smoking; no pets please.
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Contact Info

  • 1-877-368-8224
  • 1-250-368-8224
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  • 1568 Columbia Avenue, TRAIL, BC

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