If so, book a suite at the Old Cowboy Ranch, River View Log Cottages (formerly known as the Bunk House) in the quaint town of Rock Creek.
Each unit offers a full kitchen with dishes, utensils and cookware with a fridge and stove. Sheets, blankets and towels are all provided. Each unit offers a full bathroom as well as a television with satellite TV and there is cell service* in Rock Creek. Each unit is different;
CABIN #1 1 QUEEN BED in an open concept room setting. The smallest of the 4 units
CABIN #2 1 DOUBLE BED + 1 DOUBLE HIDE-A-BED + 1 PULL OUT. Double bed is located in the separate bedroom; the hide-a-bed and pull out are in the living room.
CABIN #3 1 QUEEN BED + 1 DOUBLE HIDE A BED. Queen sized bed is located in the separate bedroom; the hide-a-bed is located in the living room.
CABIN #4 1 QUEEN SIZE BED + 1 QUEN SIZED HIDE A BED. Queen sized bed is located in The separate bedroom; the hide-a-bed is located in the living room.
The accommodations include a stand alone 1 bedroom house (top) and restored historic log building that is now 4 separate self-contained cottages/suites with all the amenities of home including satellite TV .
Comfy beds and duvets await you after either cooking up a meal in your kitchen or popping across the road to the Prospectors’ Pub for a snack or full course meal and a cold beer or a glass of wine.
Cabin 4 is a little stand-alone house with 1 bedroom with a queen sized bed with a queen sized hide-a-bed in the living room.
Like all the units, it has a beautiful view of the Kettle River and a fully equipped kitchen and satellite TV.
Cabin 2 (below) has 1 double bed and a double hide-a-bed plus a pull out couch.
Cabin 3 is the largest unit. Pictured below is the main living area and there is a separate bedroom with a queen sized bed. This unit has big windows with beautiful views of the Kettle River and a good sized bathroom.
Cabin 1 (below):
The Old Cowboy Ranch bunk house (now known as the Riverside Cottages) is one of the oldest building complexes in Rock Creek, BC. Originally constructed in 1865 it was home to the North West Mounted Police (now of course known as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police/RCMP).
During the gold rush when the Governor General came to Rock Creek to decide whether the United States or Canada had the rights to Rock Creek, the bunk house is where he stayed.
Later the bunk house became the gold assay office.