Accomodations

Lovely 1500 sq feet character home for rent in the heart of Tulameen. Two blocks to the beach at Otter Lake, the 3 bedroom 2.5 bathrooms home sleeps 7. All bedding and towels supplied and kitchen fully stocked with all the necessary appliances and cookware including a fridge, stove, microwave and washer / dryer.

The large yard provides extra space for parking, swings, horseshoe pit, and an outdoor fireplace.

View our Photo Gallery for more pictures of the cabin and surrounding area.

Tulameen kitchen

Rates

  • $200 per night based on 2 guests
  • $25 per extra guest
  • Kids under 18 are free
  • Cleaning fee of $80
  • No Smoking
  • No pets

Contact Us
Grace at graceandbert@hotmail.com
604.530.0057 or text 778.867.6556

Tulameen:
Sits between the eastern bank of the Tulameen River and the Southern end of Otter Lake. There are about 250 residents here but this number grows in the summer months. The Tulameen General Store has gas pumps and food. There is also a restaurant, post office, liquor store, video rentals, bike rentals, community centre, outdoor skating rink, library, volunteer fire department, and skidoo dealer & repair centre.

Tulameen general store
Tulameen Vacation

Other Amenities in the Area:
Nearby is the towns of Coalmont and Princeton. Coalmont is a small historical town while Princeton has several restaurants, gas stations, a supermarket, several convenience stores, pharmacy, museum, library, hospital and medical clinic. There are many recreational services such as a 18-hole golf course, horse race track, rodeo grounds, swimming pool, bowling alley, curling rink and arena, the Snowpatch Ski Resort, China Ridge Cross Country Ski Trails and excellent camping facilities.

The Similkameen and Tulameen rivers, along with more than 100 lakes, offer outstanding trout fishing. Otter Lake is a great recreational lake for swimming, water-skiing and fishing for laketrout, rainbow, brook trout and kokanee. The town of Tulameen is located at the west end of the lake and the provincial campsite borders the east side. A scenic 2 hour bike ride will take you around the lake, along the Trans Canada Trail, and stopping for ice-cream in Tulameen.