Accommodations in Castlegar, British Columbia

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Castlegar, BC Lodgings & Campgrounds

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paradise-lodge
P.O. Box 183
Winlaw
British Columbia
Canada
Phone: 1.250.226.7647
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Escape to the Beautiful Slocan Valley! Spacious Open Plan 2 story Home, on a peaceful forested setting. Great for Groups & Families! 3 bedrooms, loft, veranda, 2 large bathrooms, big yard, patio, BBQ. Free Wifi. Sleeps 8. Deluxe Kitchen & Laundry. New Beds.
super8-hotel
651 18th Street
Castlegar
British Columbia
Canada
Phone: 1-250-365-2700


Centrally located, close to amenities. Free superstart breakfast, high speed internet, new 42” HD LCD TV’S. Executive, corporate, family, team theme,pet friendly rooms.
3900 Broadwater Rd
Castlegar
British Columbia
Canada
Phone: 250-365-6697


2630 Samuelson Road
Sicamous
Canada
V0E 2V5
Phone: 250-836-4396


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4011 Barbados Road
Vallican
British Columbia
Canada
V0G2J0
Phone: 1 250.226.7796


Valhalla Pines is a six acre environmentally conscious campground in a forested residential area surrounded by beautiful mountains and rivers. There are huts, tent sites and RV sites with shared amenities including a free hot outdoor shower, flush and dry toilets, and rain-sheltered, sink, counters and picnic tables. Reservations are required. We are not accepting dogs or international travelers this year, sorry.

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