Mountainside Cherries Guest House, in the heart of the renowned Kootenays, offers warm hospitality with a personal touch. Surrounded by towering mountains and situated in the midst of a working cherry orchard, this farmhouse feels like a home away from home. Here you can relax in the comfort of your own private 2 bedroom house. The Guest House is self catering with spacious living area, fireplace, well equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, fenced in yard and garden, patio and garage. Wireless internet and satellite TV are available. Located in the village of Wynndel, 10 kms north of the Town of Creston and 25 km south of the beaches of Kootenay Lake, the cherry trees are just steps away from your doorstep and are ripe for picking’ from the last week of July to the end of August. The guest house is perfect for all travelers. You will enjoy the space, tranquility and privacy of the country.
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Things to do around the area in the Summer; Fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, kyaking, canoeing Winter; Skiing, Ice Fishing, Hunting
Day Trip: Is a day trip on your agenda? Just pick a direction! Within no time you can be enjoying Kootenay Lake, sipping coffee in Nelson, checking out the Artisans of Crawford Bay, soaking in the cave at Ainsworth Hot Springs or cross-border shopping in Idaho.
Events: The Creston Valley offers a number of events to keep you occupied. Valentine’s Bonspiel, Butterfly Bonspiel, Home and Garden Show, Blossom Festival, Yaquan Nuki Pow Wow, Collector Car Show, along with many music festivals, fairs and theatrical performances.
Kootenay Lake: Located between the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges, Kootenay lake is the largest natural lake in British Columbia. It is approximately 100 km long and 3 to 5 km wide and offers a variety of activities including boating, kayaking or canoeing, fishing, or relaxing on one of it’s beaches. Kootenay Lake and Wynndel are also part of the well travelled Selkirk