Your Hosts

Stuart and Marie are long time residents of Prince George, both have worked in the health care field for many years.

Marie is a dedicated triathlete with 2 Ironmans to her credit, Stuart is a golf and tennis enthusiast when not tending to the demands of the gardens.Both are comitted to providing the best of times for their guests.

Prince George

Situated at the crossroads of routes, from Jasper in the east to Prince Rupert in the west, Alaska & Yukon in the north to southern BC, Prince George is BC's Northern Capital. It is a modern city, home to 80,000 people and Canada's newest university, The University of Northern British Columbia.

Opportunities for outdoor recreation abound, with many lakes, rivers, parks and trails to explore. Winter activities are also available, with downhill and cross country ski facilities nearby and skating and curling rinks in town.

Things to do in Prince George

  • Visit Huble Homestead
  • Railway & Forestry Museum
  • Visit the New Courthouse and University
  • Exstensive biking & hiking trails
  • Many sports and fitness facilities
  • Live theatre
  • Major shopping outlets

Day Trips

  • Fort St James National Historic Park, a living history museum, highlighting Simon Fraser and the fur traders. 1 1/2 hrs N West
  • Barkerville circa 1800s goldrush town 2hrs south, a wonderful day out
  • Mount Robson National Park and Jasper. 4hrs. A long day, but worth it

Guest Comments

"We want to come back again and again, thank you for your hospitality and warmth and your delightful breakfast." - Johan & Helene South Africa.

"I will always remember the magnificient pink and blue, reflecting off the river, a part of paradise" - Elise Laval Quebec

"Thank you for sharing your house and yourselves with us, enriching our Canadian experience,. Your warmth and tremendous hospitality has been much appreciated, all in such a beautiful setting." - James and Olive New Zealand.