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Over Ten-ee-Ah Lodge
‘Ten-ee-Ah’ betekent ‘groot dier’ in het Sushwap, de taal van de oorspronkelijke bewoners. Dit grote dier, de eland, leeft hier in overvloed. Er is veel te ondernemen. In de zomer kunt u kano’s en mountainbikes huren en prachtige tochten maken. Tegen betaling kunt u paardrijden, een motorboot huren of een rondvlucht met een watervliegtuig maken. De stijlvolle en knusse houten cabins hebben een woonkamer met open haard, een badkamer en een kleine veranda met ligstoelen. Elke cabin is uniek. Een verblijf in de Ten-ee-Ah Lodge is voor velen hét gedroomd voorbeeld van hoe een bezoek aan British Columbia eruit zou moeten zien.
- Minimum verblijf van 2 nachten, op basis van halfpension.
- Het is ook mogelijk om een kampeerplaats voor uw camper te reserveren. Vraag ons naar de mogelijkheden.
- rust en natuur
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: Dubbel bed en compleet ingerichte badkamer. Open haard, kitchenette, woongedeelte en een balkon/veranda met uitzicht over het meer. Picknicktafel en vuurkorf.
Luxury Log Home
Zoals Deluxe Cabin, meer slaapkamers (2 of 3), 2 badkamers, ruimere woonkamer, keuken.
Ten-ee-ah Lodge ligt aan het prachtige Spout Lake.
- Gift shop
- Paardrijden (tegen betaling)
- Bootverhuur (tegen betaling)
- Tour per watervliegtuig (tegen betaling)
Het plaatsje Lac-la-Hache ligt op circa 6 uur rijden ten noordoosten van Vancouver bij het 11 kilometer lange Spout Lake, te midden van de prachtige, ongerepte wildernis van Cariboo Country.
"Beware of its remoteness and mosquitos in May/June"
Received a recommendation from Tenzing Travel to include this place on our RV road trip through Canada. The place is VERY secluded. Expect a 45 minute (21 km) drive over a dirt road to get to this place. Not the most convenient with an RV but especially when it hasn't rained its doable. There are very few signs so just keep driving on the dirt road until you see the big brown Ten Ee Ah sign on your right hand side when coming from the South or left hand side when coming from the North. Beware that Google Maps incorrectly lists its location so don't rely on that. Staff is very friendly and welcoming. It's a location of true silence. The only sound you hear is either from birds or the electricity generator that supplies the whole place with electricity. It's located right on a beautiful lake. There are horses walking around freely. There's a little self made treehouse, a sandbox, soccer table and a trampoline for kids. RV places include 15 amp electricity but no water or sewer hookups. Also a table and fire pit can be found. Firewood is available for free. There's free WiFi at the restaurant between 10 am and 6 pm and between 8 pm and midnight. It goes via satellite though and is very slow and unreliable so even web browsing is pretty much impossible. Electricity gets shut down between midnight and 6 am. They offer package deals which include breakfast and dinner but we found them to be extremely expensive (190$ for 2 adults per day versus 40$ for just the RV site without electricity). Restrooms and showers are decent and clean. There are washing facilities for 8$ for the washer and 5$ for the dryer. 2 hours of horse riding costs 75$. There's a dump station with water fill on site. When we were there around end of May there was a bizarre plague of mosquitos. We and our kids got stung everywhere all the time. Even inside our RV with everything shut they managed to find ways inside. Horrific night and experience so we left first thing next morning again. Because I do see the beauty of such a remote place away from the rest of the world I still give it a 3 out of 5 rating, but knowing the long detour in our route we had to take to get there, the 45 minute dirt road you rather don't want to drive on with a rented RV, the mosquito plague and the high prices you pay for everything there, I would definitely not recommend it to others to add this to their itinerary unless you dedicate your vacation to just going to such a place and dont go in the May and June months as those have the mosquito plague.
"All Swiss staff and great food"
First of all: I don't know if there's a GPS on this planet who is able to find this lodge - it is sooo far away from civilization (from perspective of a Swiss)! However, this exactly was what made a special feeling of staying there. The whole staff was super friendly and the food was more than great! Special was, that they shut down the power supply from 12pm to 6am. So you have to make a fire in your cabin to be warm during night!
"Total remote stay - just wilderness"
We stayed (two adults and two kids 6 and 14 years old) at a deluxe lodge for 4 days and all of us enjoyed the few days very much. The lodge consist of the main block house and around 8 cabins and some RB/camping places. Our log house was two stories with two bedrooms and fully equiped. It is a privat owned house but managed for lease by the hotel. The house was beautiful and very comfortable. Outside some maintenance needs to be done. Over the 4 days we did 3 times horse riding, we used the boats on the Sprout Lake and we did a 2 hours round flight with a fishing stop at the Quesnel Lake. We catched five rainbow trouts and in the evening we cooked them on the campfire. It's not an area for hiking because of the deep forrest and just some few marked hikes. For all who likes to be a bit of remote this is definetely the right place. Breakfast and dinner belongs to the room package. Food quality was really good and the management was warm and friendly.
"Swiss hospitality at its best!"
Set on Spout lake in the middle of nowhere, very warm welcome, cabins of all styles, free running horses, lots of things to do. Just don't try to go hiking after rain! Sadly the float plane was out of order at the time we were there, but kayaks and canoes available (not free), fishing possible, horse riding. I loved every minute and want to go back next year! Wifi only at the lodge and not at meal times. Great food and excellent bar.
"Good food but Derogatory place setting"
Food was quite good, slightly overpriced, but the ambiance is great and the drive out was beautiful. We are locals and booked a reservation and arrived to see our place setting with the word "townie". Maybe the owners are not familiar with the word but it is a deragatory. I would suggest the word "locals" next time.. I've also heard from other couples who have felt the same way about being called townies.
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Tenzing Travel Shop Amsterdam
Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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