YOUR ESCAPE SHOULD BE TOO.
Time stands still from the moment you catch your breath. Secluded on a 160-acre waterfront estate, this Harrison hotel is a grand, English-style manor that was converted into a boutique bed and breakfast in the Fraser Valley.
The resort whispers the historical tale of the original owners, the Pretty Family, showcased through its timelessly stylish furniture and decor. Conversation pieces, such as the bed of opera singer Dame Nellie Melba, banister from the original Hotel Vancouver, and a dining room table used by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, are just a few of the stories you’ll hear.
A few steps away are eleven charming cottages. The 1-bedroom rustic, classic cabins have heated-slate floors, deep-soaker jacuzzi tubs for two, and wood-burning fireplaces. The newer contemporary luxury cabins come in 1, 2, and 3-bedroom layouts with modern kitchens, larger living spaces, and more. Whether you’re staying in a historic inn room or in a luxury cabin, each suite is a room with a view. Waking up to a country breakfast and going on a therapeutic forest stroll are just a few of the amenities that are available.