Queen Bed, Desk, Dresser, Armchair and Apple TV (Netfix/No Cable) with Breakfast nook. This is the main bedroom on the entry level of a beautifully appointed home. Located close to trails, Meadow Park Sports Centre and 5-min bus ride to the village.
Heated slate floors throughout common area's (the bathroom and entry). Your bedroom has a plush carpet with desk, dresser, side table and roomy closet.
Guests have access to the first floor with semi-private fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker and open ski locker. We are family friendly and in the winter we boast the best toboggan hill in the Alpine neighbourhood.
We have been accommodating guests in our home since the late 90's. We are a family that enjoys interacting with people from all over the world. We look forward to sharing our local knowledge with you. We also have a cat so be cautious if you have any related allergies. The cat is curious but we keep him out of the guest rooms and the rooms are always kept clean and free of Cat hair.
For those on a food budget we invite you to sit at our dining table for an additional $10/person/day which also includes a few breakfast items such as bagels. If you are interested in this please let us know before you arrive and how many nights you will be eating out so that we can integrate the additional charge into your room rate. A smaller second bedroom is available for those requiring a second bed but you must book early if you would like both rooms as they are usually listed separately under Clean and Modern 2.
This is a well appointed, smoke free home with all the comforts of a luxury property. We ask that you respect the environment, and the neighbourhood as if it were your own.
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I am an easy going family man with a wife and two girls. We live a moderately active lifestyle relative to other Whistler residents. Together we have done almost everything there is to do in Whistler, so for active guests we can point you to some of the best things there are to do in the valley.
I am also a Squash Teaching Pro. Anyone who plays squash should either bring their racquets, or I can supply a few racquets, as our whole family are active squash players.