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.
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.
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.
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.
Get more 604, delivered to your inbox
Plan your next night out, enter contests, and stay connected.