Ainsworth Springs Guest House SUNSET CONDO

Main bedroom
Main bedroomLake viewTV CentreKitchen AreaBathroom
Balfour-Kaslo-Galena Bay Highway, Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia V0G 1A0, Canada

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps 6
Per night $109 - $129
Per week $600 - $800
Type: Condo
Description of the Ainsworth Hot Springs vacation condo rental
2 bedrooms
2 Queen beds and 1 double sofa-bed
1.5 Bath (tub with shower)
Living room
37" HD TV/DVD
Ground level access
French doors leading to private deck
Full kitchen
Patio table, chairs, umbrella
BBQ
Wireless internet access
Free Parking
Close to beach and boat access

Kaayla B Lea

Area Info
Parking is wheelchair accessible.Across the road from Ainsworth Hot Springs and overlooking Kootenay Lake/mountains. Fishing, golf, hiking, provincial glacier park, 10 minutes from Balfour free ferry and beautiful artistic town of Kaslo. Nelson is 40 minutes away.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Oct 01 2013 May 31 2014 $109 - $600 - 1 night
Jun 01 2014 Sep 30 2014 $129 - $800 - 1 night
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 5%
Deposits: 20% deposit at time of booking. If cancelled will be returned if cancellation is 7 days before arrival date.
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Other Fees: Pets are welcome to join you on your stay. There is a flat rate of $20 per pet per booking, to a maximum of 2 pets.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Experience the breathtaking views of Kootenay Lake and the majestic Purcell Mountains in your own private accommodations.

Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia, is a quaint little village surrounded by luxurious forests, located on the scenic shores of the Kootenay Lake. It is a short distance from the bustling shops and numerous restaurants of Kaslo (20 min. North) and Nelson, B.C. (45 min. South).

Ainsworth Hot Springs features three odourless pools, a 150-foot unique horseshoe-shaped cave, a main lounging pool and a stream-fed cold plunge. The hot springs are heated naturally and vary in temperature.

The Kootenay region hosts a variety of golf courses for player of all levels, such as, Nelson B.C. Granite Point golf club, Balfour & Kaslo golf course.

Although famed for its scenery, Kootenay Lake also boasts the world's largest rainbow trout, the Gerrard, which grows up to 30 pounds, and the Kokanee, a landlocked salmon. Kootenay Lake rarely freezes, allowing great fishing year-round.

Enjoy the longest free Ferry Ride in the world, a 40-minute scenic crossing of Kootenay Lake, from nearby Balfour to Kootenay Bay. Click for Inland Ferry Schedules.

The Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is a favorite among travelers who want to get out and enjoy some outdoor recreation. Hiking in the old growth forests, picnicking in the park, splashing on the sandy beaches, or bike riding among the trails are some of the many adventures you can enjoy here.

In winter, blast out at some of Nelson, B.C.'s legendary 'bottomless powder'. Check out, Whitewater Ski Resort, a popular spot for snowboarders and cross-country skiers a short drive from Nelson.

Kaslo Jazz Fest is a popular festival with musicians from around the world, artisans, vendors, and delicious cuisines. Kaslo B.C. is a charming town with picture perfect views full of country cottages and rustic cabins.
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