From Our Editors
Though Bed and Breakfast Squamish offers guests cozy, modern rooms with comfy queen beds, it's what's outside that makes a lasting impression. Guests staying in The Slhaney room awake to views of the massive Slhanay rock, whereas those in The Chief room are treated to views of the towering Stawamus Chief monolithic rock—a hotspot for climbing. The area is known for its hiking terrain and more than 100 mountain-bike trails, and it also has a reputation for kiteboarding, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. From the doorstep, it only takes about five minutes to walk to the Smoke Bluffs and about a minute to bike to trails.
After days spent exploring trails or restaurants recommended by Jeff—the Bed and Breakfast Squamish's host and a member of the Squamish Search and Rescue team—guests can curl up on the living room's oversized sectional to watch a movie or retire to their rooms to build blanket forts. For meals, guests can take advantage of the fully equipped kitchen and cook their own or have the staff whip up basic breakfasts for an additional fee.