Up Your Glamping Game At This A-Frame Cottage Overlooking Harrison Lake

Travel & Outdoors
Harrison Lake's Sunset Pines

Your next glamping destination awaits and it’s just 1.5 hours away from Vancouver at Harrison Lake’s Sunset Pines Cottage.

It has something for everyone; whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a trip with the girls, or a family vacation including your four-legged BFF. Yes, it’s pet friendly!

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and opt for a cozy yet luxurious stay in the wilderness at Sunset Pines. This memorable cottage experience can be found in Harrison Hot Springs—a truly underrated and magical part of the province. It’s a quaint town with lots of outdoor activities to explore year-round, as well as a plethora of cute little shops to peruse.

harrison hot springs

Photo: Meagan Gill

harrison hot springs

Photo: Meagan Gill

Sunset Pines is a little piece of paradise nestled between the pines and it’s easily one of the best spots to catch the sunset over Harrison Lake (hence its name).

The property is just a 5-minute drive from the village. It features your very own cedar barrel sauna and a spectacular wrap-around deck for entertaining, where you can soak up unsurpassed views of the region.

Then step inside to find a warm and inviting space with an open-concept design and vintage touches. It can sleep up to seven guests with a rustic yet elegant loft; that has a king bed and a sofa bed. Or stay on the main floor, with a cozy room that has a queen bed. There’s also an extra couch in the common area.

harrison hot springs

Photo: Meagan Gill

harrison hot springs

Photo: Meagan Gill

On those days you’d rather stay inside, the cottage comes equipped with lots of books and board games to keep yourself entertained by the wood-burning fireplace. There’s also a selection of video games for Nintendo Switch or you can relive your childhood with retro favourites on the NES Classic Edition.

For more information and to book a stay, visit their website or Instagram page. And while you’re in the area, check out Harrison Lake’s bumper boats, as well as their massive inflatable waterpark.

Harrison Lake’s Sunset Pines

Location: A 5-minute drive from the Harrison Hot Springs village

Cost: Approximately $300 per night (fluctuates depending on time of year)

For more BC getaways, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.

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