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Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge


Award Winning!

On March 29, 2012, Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge was presented with the Outstanding Accommodations Award, at Canada’s first National Aboriginal Tourism Conference. One of 8 awards, it is presented to "an Aboriginal accommodation with outstanding customer service, facilities and amenities which enhance overall guest experience.” – Keith Henry, CEO, AtBC http://www.aboriginalbc.com/corporate/news


LEFT
- Shain Jackson
, Spirit Works Ltd, designer of the 2012 AtBC Award
award
RIGHT - Denny Stobbart, Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge and Keith Henry, CEO, Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia (AtBC)   


The lovely eighty-seven acre property has a secluded waterfall, (providing green energy 10 months of the year), a creek, an eco-friendly salt water pool, and peaceful meditation labyrinth & trails.

eco

Sts’ailes (formerly Chehalis Indian Band) purchased this historic property in the spring of 2009. Built as Fenn Lodge in 1903 as a private home, this 10,000 square foot gem was remodelled 15 years ago into our bed and breakfast facility.

The house features nine unique guest rooms with private bathrooms. It includes a library, living room with a fireplace, twenty-four seat dining hall, regulation size billiard table, large gourmet-style kitchen, and meeting rooms: a perfect place for your family or group event or Business retreat.

Walking trails and gardens areas are on and adjacent the grounds. Bordering the property are the Sts'ailes reserve lands, Nature Trust of BC conservation lands and the Chehalis River Hatchery.

Enjoy golf, skiing, boating, and opportunities to view wildlife close by.


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We gratefully acknowledge the support of:

AtBC