Nestled on Clifftop Lane in Whistler, British Columbia, is an Inn of incomparable warmth & elegance, newly constructed to incorporate every convenience & comfort of a fine private mountain residence.
The Inn at Clifftop Lane features en suite bathrooms complete with jacuzzi tub,hairdryer and fluffy terry cloth bathrobes, in every room.Our guests enjoy their own gracious dining area and living room replete with cozy sitting areas and an eclectic collection of oriental rugs, art and books,all warmed by a stove and fireplace adorned with native rock. Outside is a lovely patio terrace with a covered hot-tub viewing the surrounding mountain terrain. A stair leads down to the forest to a deck with a log gazebo,inviting summer dining in the fresh mountain air.
A warm and charming B&B Inn rated 4.5 Stars by Canada Select. All rooms well decorated, equipped with sat. tv/ vcr/dvd and each room with private en-suite bathroom. Comfortable guest dining area to enjoy the complimentary full breakfast. Guest lounge with fireplace and library. Outside hot tub. In a lovely neighbourhood close to ski lifts, trails and lakes.
Taxes are in addition and will be charged at arrival.
Maximum 2 persons in a room may be 1 queen bed or 2 twins depending on availability. Minimum 3 night stay.
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A charming b and b run by charming couple. Alan was extremely helpful, very informative about local area. The house had a good homely feel to it, with a lovely lounge and patio area where you could relax and read a wide range of Alans books on cooking and wines. It was worth the stay to experience the breakfast particularly on the last day a cheese souffle to die for!! 10 out of 10
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