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1 / 25 Cassiar Cannery - iconic Guest Houses looking towards the mouth of the Skeena River

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Description from owner

Description from owner

Bedrooms 3 / Bathroom 1 / Sleeps 6 / House
Bedrooms: 3  Bathroom: 1  Sleeps: 6  Type: House
Cassiar Cannery ~ where history and nature meet~
TripAdvisor property ID 3847440

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Book this 3 bedroom house in Prince Rupert today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.

Guests can enjoy a deck, parking space, and internet access among other amenities offered by this rental.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 48 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $1240 to as high as $1516, depending on travel dates.

The owner responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Jul 27, 2017.

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About the owner

About the owner

Justine C.
Response rate:
100%
Calendar last updated:
27 Jul 2017
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Languages spoken: English, Spanish

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Prince-rupert Attractions

Amenities

Amenities

General


  • Clothes dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • Washing machine

Phone / Internet


  • Internet access
  • Telephone

Property Features


  • Mountain Views
  • Parking
  • Sea view
  • Waterfront

Kitchen


  • Fridge
  • Kettle
  • Stove
  • Toaster

Entertainment


  • DVD player
  • Satellite TV
  • TV

Outdoor


  • Deck
  • Grill
  • Shared garden

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (48)

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“Extreme Relaxation”

Reviewed 14 Oct 2014

We stayed in Coho House in historic Cassiar Cannery for 2 days in September this year, and it was a wonderful break. The area is beautiful and peaceful with a lot of bird and wildlife, including beautiful hummingbirds at your window and the sound of wolves howling in the forest in the night (not too close!). The cottage was quirky, cozy and functional with everything you need for a relaxing stay, including a large deck with bbq and chairs to sit out and watch the sun go down. The attention to detail in the cottage was exceptional (wildflowers in a vase, immaculate linnens, bird books, binoculars etc) and the hosts were extremely welcoming and helpful. I wish we could have stayed longer! Next time! Thanks for having us. Viv and Boris, The Netherlands.

“Stunning & Relaxing -Possibilties are Endless”

Reviewed 4 May 2014

We stayed here for 5 days & 4 nights for my birthday. Out stay was amazing and full of lots of possibilities. We were able to go out and explore the coast for hours/kms. If we wanted to take easy the cabin was beautifully furnished(Satellite TV included) with an gorgeous view of the Skeena Inverness. With Prince Rupert only a 20 min drive away we could have a day exploring cow bay, the port & Butze Rapids. Not only was our accommodations & options fantastic, so were the owners. They were friendly, accommodating & rebuilt the cabins themselves. Justine & Marc were outstanding hosts. Cassiar Cannery is an amazing get-away for those who want to see the Canadian coast or relax in the peace of nature or are outdoor enthusiasts. The Cabins can be a nice cozy trip for 2 or fun family outdoor excursion. I can't say enough good thing to friends & family about this lodging, location, & people.

“Peaceful and Quiet Getaway”

Reviewed 22 Mar 2014

This is the prefect getaway if your are looking for a quiet spot to watch nature and rest. Looking forward to our next visit.

“Ocean Front awesomeness”

Reviewed 20 Mar 2014

Justine and Mark and Nicholas are tremendously authentic casual hosts who run this historic site with everything a guest needs. Inverness Channel is a special place I we felt very lucky to stay in a place where the tide laps on the porch. Sweet woodwork and the smell of yellow cedar. Expect to stay in this place for years and years to come! Thanks!

“A Stay To Remember”

Reviewed 27 Jan 2014

A spontaneous adventure I found myself wanting to go on and the Cannery jumped out at me to contact and inquire about! With luck, I got in! :o)My first impression was delight. The peace and serenity that I felt conveyed little of the hustle and bustle that the cannery would've originally and subsequently had known. Rather it has now become a quaint historical get-away. In I walked to a refurbished yet original manager's house with fantastic wood work. I loved it. Basics being provided, all I needed was my food and other essentials. Thoughtfully provided were fresh cut flowers throughout the rooms. Not bouquets mind you, rather, single daisies that made me smile. Thank you again Justine for those. The bed as already mentioned online to be that of rather desirable quality was really nice! I slept with the water lapping at the shoreline not 40 feet away. Even now, 7 months later, I sigh at remembering. That isn't the only memory that fills me with fondness as not only were flowers within the house, they were everywhere out! Gorgeous colorful baskets galore! All in all, for this history buff and nature lover, it was a win/win experience. My only regret is not having been able to stay longer in order to spend even more time enjoying the wildlife as many magical moments were found appreciating the scenery with 'Sharon the Heron' foraging for food at the water's edge and catching a glimpse of one of the resident bald eagles before my time's end. I was told of the otters who played under the old picturesque dilapidated dock and having watched the flock of waterfowl flitter about for a time knew there must be even more opportunities abound. Being as it was during berry season, I am rather grateful that there were none of the closer than comfortable, bear encounters but of course, seeing as it is pure wilderness surrounding, wasn't surprised to hear of caution being a requirement. Staying at Cassier Cannery has become one of my fondest memories. I look forward to my return!

“Beautiful scenery & friendly owners”

Reviewed 27 Aug 2013

My family and I stayed for 4 days at Cassiar Cannery and it was absolutely perfect. We arrived with our grocery and the cabin had everything else we needed, from laundry soap to a cheese grader. The beds were heavenly and everyone slept great. Once we were all settled in, we started exploring the surroundings. We enjoyed walking on the mucky beach with our rubber boots when the tide was low and exploring the old barques & boats, visiting the North Pacific Cannery down the road and going on a boat tour to see the whales in Prince Rupert. A lot of time was also dedicated to puzzle making, which we unfortunately could not finish in time. Justine & Mark were very welcoming and they went above and beyond to make our stay a great experience, we thank you very much. I will definitely come back one day to stay at Cassiar Cannery and I recommend it to everyone. Regards, André

“Always looked forward to coming to the cabins at the end of a h”

Reviewed 15 Aug 2013

It was a great experience for my crew and I to have had the chance to stay here. We arrived in mid January and left in mid april. The hosts, mark and Justine, were always very accommodating. The cabins and property are about as waterfront as one can get without being out on the water. The cabins were very clean, beautiful furniture, much of which is handcrafted by Mark. At the end of the day, the very comfortable beds were always a welcoming treat. I would highly recommend this place to all.

“A Beautiful Space in a Beautiful Place”

Reviewed 8 Aug 2013

I had the pleasure of staying at the Cassiar Cannery during a long-term stay while I was working in Prince Rupert. I was simply looking for accommodation with a full kitchen but found so much more at Cassiar. The serene surroundings and beautiful view of Inverness Channel coupled with the lovely cabins and friendly owners truly make this a unique and enjoyable place to stay. The owners, Marc and Justine, have done an amazing job revitalizing this historic property. Justine's beautiful hanging flower baskets line the driveway to the cabins adding a touch of charm to the beautifully, rustic setting. They have restored the original cabins which rest at the shores of the passage where the tide literally comes in and laps at the edge of your deck. Marc, a woodworker by trade, has hanadcrafted the beautiful furniture from reclaimed wood which floats up the channel with the tide change. The cabins themselves are extremely clean and spacious and are outfitted with every comfort one would have at home. Being someone who travels a lot for work I was so impressed that thier full kitchen, with oven I might add (not just a stovetop like so many others)was outfitted with every utensil one might ever want, even a potatoe masher! I stayed in two different cabins while at Cassiar and both of the beds were sooo comfortable, complete with feather duvet and pillows and even a lovely vase of fresh flowers on the bedside table. It is these little things that make it such a great place and such a refreshing change from the impersonal hotel rooms. Cassiar really is a unique place to stay, wheather it's to just relax and enjoy the wildlife at your front door or use as a base camp for a work trip or fishing trip, it is an awesome place.

“Waterfront living on the Skeena River estuary”

Reviewed 16 Aug 2012

Beautifully renovated cabins remind me of a long ago era when BC was a booming coastal fisheries. This old cannery is being turned into a vacation retreat just outside of Prince Rupert. Water access. Tidal boat moorage or short drive to port Edward for boat launching Cabins were well appointed with nice touches of fresh flowers and clean interior I recommend this place to future travelers. I plan to return next season to go fishing.

“Amazingly Beautiful.”

Reviewed 1 Aug 2012

We loved the accomodations. The view was breathtaking, the cabin was very clean and neat. The owners were very helpful and kind. The flowers in the yards and small bouquets in the cabin was appreciated and a nice touch. We were there for the fishing and able to come and go as our Captain Mike scheduled. As the saying goes" Not for the fainthearted" You would definitely want to be interested in Nature, Beauty, Serenity and History:)

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