Cassiar Cannery ~ where history and nature meet~

From $204 / night

Description from the owner

  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Cassiar Cannery ~ where history and nature meet~

Located at the mouth of the Skeena River on British Columbia's scenic North Coast lays one of the most unique places in the province. Surrounded by outstanding wilderness beauty and biodiversity, Cassiar Cannery is pleased to offer four fully furnished, self-catered waterfront heritage houses for nightly or executive rental.

Nestled along the shoreline of Inverness Passage, Cassiar Cannery's Guest Houses are unique and comfortable. Estuaries are rare ecosystems where fresh water from the Skeena River, second largest river in BC and one of the longest rivers in the world without a dam, mixes with the ocean resulting in a rich complex ecosystem ...Read more

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Cassiar Cannery

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Cassiar Cannery ~ where history and nature meet~
Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada

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Nestled along the waters edge on the spectacular North Coast, step back in time experiencing a very comfortable stay in the restored former cannery manager's houses. Once the longest consecutively operated salmon cannery on the West Coast, Cassiar Cannery has been undergoing restoration and diversification into the conservation economy.

Less than 30 minutes outside of Prince Rupert, adjacent to some of the best sport fishing grounds in the world, Cassiar Cannery offers the comforts of home in a beautiful wilderness setting. Its rare location within the dynamic Skeena River estuary, the second largest river in BC and one of the longest rivers in the world without a dam, offers a peaceful comfortable setting to watch resident eagles, ravens and a myriad of resident and migratory birds on your large waterfront deck. The large tides on the North Coast also fascinate our visitors who love to watch the water move through its large tide cycle.

Take advantage of our neighbour, North Pacific Canney Museum, a National Historic Site, and worth a visit. Other recommended activities include excellent sport fishing for five species of salmon and halibut, wildlife tours for grizzly bears and whale watching, museums, walking and hiking trails and some good restaurants in Prince Rupert.

Take the Port Edward exit off Highway 16, the main highway, and drive 15 minutes to the end of the road. VIA Rail will also stop upon request. Please visit our website for details.

More About This Location

Rural retreats, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: Prince Rupert, 20 miles
Nearest airport: Prince Rupert, 20 miles
Nearest train station: On site. See for details
Car is essential



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