Ski in condo on Silver Star

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“ Poor ”
1 Review
9807 Silver Star Rd, Vernon, British Columbia V1B 3X6, Canada

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 6
Per night $110 - $250
Per week $500 - $1,500
Type: Condo
Description of the Vernon vacation condo rental
Main floor condo overlooking silver Queen hill, close to tube ride and skating pond. Unit is one bedroom plus an alcove. Bedroom has king bed and alcove has twin bunk beds. Living room has gas fire place, leather furniture, coffee table has games and magazines, cable tv and internet during winter months. The kitchen is stocked with dishes, pots and pans, utensils etc. The hot tub is a short walk from the unit. It is a very comfortable and homey place for a great ski holiday.

Doug Ferguson

Area Info
The Okanagan area is well known for it's world class wineries and fruit. The weather is nice even in the winter, we don't get those -35 cold spells.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Jan 04 2015 Apr 16 2015 $139 $149 $700 - -
Apr 17 2015 Nov 05 2015 $110 $110 $500 - -
Oct 01 2015 Dec 21 2015 $149 $169 $750 - full period
Dec 22 2015 Jan 03 2016 $250 $250 $1,500 - full period
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: 50% when booking the condo to hold it and 50% 30 days before arrival date.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Personal Check
Other Fees: no extra fees
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
Theresa Casagram

Theresa Casagram

Kauai, Hawaii

Silver Star Downstairs Suite

March 28, 2014

Location was excellent and convenient for skiing each day. Upon arriving there was dog hair on everything from the previous guests, with a vacuum in the closet, I cleaned it up. The pellet stove is a horrible danger!! Following directions to light and talking with the owner, we got it lit and watched it spew smoke until the chimney started drawing the smoke outside. It heated nicely and was refilled for the evening. Around 4 am I woke to a smoke filled house. The smoke detector did not go off, and it was horrifying. The bedroom has no window or smoke detector, so we opened the 2 windows and the door in the main living area to clear out the smoke, and extinguished the remaining coal of the stove. I wrote the owners the next day. After a day and a half he replied that has never happened to him, and last he checked the stove worked fine. He had a cleaner come and vacuum again, and offered us a $50.00 credit for dinner. I find the fact we could have sufficated a bit more serious than that. Ironically we met up with the building inspector randomly on the chair lift who said these homes were required to have a sprinkler system because they have scabbed in downstairs bedrooms with no window/egress for escape in a fire situation. Sounds just like this place. So stay here at your own risk, never use the stove, it should be removed, and remember your safety is a 50.00 dinner credit.

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