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449 Banff Ave., T1L 1A6, Banff, Alberta
Tollfree: 1-855 5-HOSTEL (467835), Tel: 403-985-7744, Fax: 403-985-7745
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.banffinternationalhostel.com
Cost: $30-48, or $175 weekly + taxes %11.18%
More specific information about rates
Comments: We strive to provide a comfortable stay to someone looking for simple and quiet accommodations while enjoying the wonderful scenery in the Banff National Park. Situated conveniently just off Highway One, we are just a couple blocks away from the heart of downtown. Whether you are a long-term traveler, first-time tourist or someone in between, the Banff International Hostel provides simple, comfortable and clean accommodation.
433 Banff Avenue, T1L 1A5, Banff, Alberta
Tollfree: 1-877-972-6378, Tel: (403) 762-4499, Fax: (403) 760-3166
Email: email@example.com Website: www.banffhostel.com
Cost: Winter rates: $30 per person per night (dorm). Weekly: $179.00
Comments: The new Banff backpackers is located directly on Banff avenue located steps away from everything Banff has to offer.
The backpackers is also home to the Beaver Lounge! Banff's only backpacker pub directly on Banff Avenue! Featuring Open Mic nights, DJ's playing and weekly backpacker parties! Cheap cheap drinks and $6 dinner specials. This bar is the newest hot spot of downtown Banff.
Most dorm rooms have Jacuzzi's in the room. The hostel also features some of the nicest private rooms of any hostel in the country and SameSun's activity program is second to none!
The backpackers also offers free continental breakfast, free WiFi, public internet terminals, and essentially any other creature comfort you need!
Take a look at Samesun Banff's Samesun's schedule of events
Activities at SameSun Backpacker Lodges-Banff:
|1. Snowsports With 3 world class ski resorts all within driving distance, Banff has become one of the worlds leading ski and snowboard destinations. With Sunshine Mountain Resort boasting the best snow, Lake Louise Mountain Resort with the most terrain, and Mount Norquay with its undeniable steep runs, it\'s no wonder the people come in droves every winter to be a part of the experience!||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking / Biking A few steps outside your door, and anyone can find themselves on an adventure of a lifetime! It\'s no secret that Banff is one of the most scenic destinations in Canada, but it also houses some of the most spectacular hiking and mountain biking trails in the world. The Spray Loop, Tunnel Mountain, and the hoodoo trails are some of the most beautiful and unique sights to behold.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Nightlife Banff host some of the wildest and funniest nightclubs in all of Canada. From the Dancing Sasquatch\'s awesome sound system, to live band\'s at both the Rose & Crown, and the Samesun\'s own Beaver Bar, Banff knows how to keep a party going all night long!|
151 Dr Carpenter Circle NW, T2M 3G1, Calgary, Alberta
Tel: (403) 284-8013, Fax: (403) 284-8435
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.stayatsait.com
Cost: Summer Rates (May-August):
|Individual Bookings (Under 12 People per Booking):|
|4 Bedroom Unit - $225.00 per night||$1350.00 per week|
|2 Bedroom Unit - $125.00 per night||$750.00 per week|
|Studio Unit - $110.00 per night||$660.00 per week|
|Group Bookings (Over 12 People per Booking):|
|4 Bedroom Unit - $185.00 per night||$1100.00 per week|
|2 Bedroom Unit - $115.00 per night||$690.00 per week|
|Studio Unit - $90.00 per night||$540.00 per week|
|1. Calgary Stampede Experience the Calgary Stampede -- From July 8th to 17th, 2011 the whole city gets in the Calgary Stampede spirit; you will find Calgarian\'s geared up in their Cowboy attire, cowboy hats, belt buckles, wranglers, etc. From parades, midways, chuck wagon races to rodeo events, you can find something to interest people of all ages! The Calgary Exhibition & Stampede continues to be Canada\'s annual salute to the good old days of the Wild West.||Summer Activity Activity (July 8th to 17th)|
|2. Canada Olympic Park Visit Canada Olympic Park - Open all year around, Canada Olympic Park has something for everyone. During the summer some of the activities to take part in include touring the Olympic Museum, Zip lining, the Z-Trip ball (you get strapped inside a ball and tumble down the hill), climbing wall to Eurobungy not to mention, the ski hill is turned into an all terrain bike park! During the winter you can go skiing, snowboarding and bobsledding! Canada Olympic Park was the location of the 1988 Olympics and also where the movie \'Coolrunnings\' was filmed!|
|3. SAIT Wellness Centre SAIT Wellness Centre - While staying at SAIT Residence, you can take advantage of our Health and Wellness Centre. Our Wellness Centre houses an ice rink, swimming pool, fully equipped gym and much more!|
1505 MacLeod Tr. SE, T2G 2N6, Calgary, Alberta
Tollfree: 1-877-889-8777, Tel: (403) 265-8777,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.wickedhostel.com
Cost: 8-bed dorm: $32.50 +tax
6-bed dorm: $34.50 + tax
4-bed dorm: $36.50 + tax
Private Room (Queen): $90 + tax
Private Room (Double): $90 + tax
Comments: Wicked Hostel Calgary, Calgary's newest and ONLY backpacker hostel owned and operated entirely by backpackers, for backpackers. Nestled in the heart of the Calgary Beltline, Wicked Hostel is the closest possible accommodation to the Calgary Stampede Grounds and Saddledome, in fact, it's just across the street. We are also the closest hostel to the Calgary City Train/Transit system. The Calgary City Stampede Train Station is also literally right across the street so you don't have to worry about hiking 2 km with your backpacks wandering around searching for your hostel. We are located on 17th Ave only three blocks from the Red Mile; Calgary's famous party avenue. We are 4 blocks away from the trendy 4th St. and Mission entertainment and shopping areas (dining, drinking and shopping) For a bit of mall shopping its only a few minutes by train to Calgary's Chinook Shopping Center. We are a 5 minute walk to the Calgary Tower and heart of Calgary's downtown, 2 minutes to the Talisman Center (Olympic training facilities/pools/track), 2 minutes to the nearest local deli/grocer and 15 minutes to the nearest national-brand supermarket (less if you take the bus).
Do you like the word "free" because we offer all of the standards you should be used to like free continental breakfast every morning, free tea and coffee all the time, free linens (we even make your bed up for you before you arrive), we will even do your laundry for you for free if you are staying for a week or longer. Feel like calling home but don't have a phone card, well we've outfitted our computer room with Skype Phones so you can call overseas to over 40 countries (land-line numbers) absolutely free. And guess what, we have free parking too, something not often found in Calgary. We also provide planned activities like group skating or tobogganing in the winter or *floats* down the Bow River and free BBQ's in the summer. Sometimes, we just decide today's a good day to do a communal free supper for everyone. We even have a digital movie projector for "I've-Hit-The-Wall" Tuesday movie nights (projected on the wall) so you are free to relax have a hectic weekend exploring Calgary.
We also thought after hiking down the Bow River trail, sight-seeing around downtown Calgary or just spending the day in Banff skiing, you might want to get a good night's rest, so we fit all of our beds with hotel-quality pillow-top spring mattresses.
For security we have CCTV cameras throughout the common areas and corridors as well as keypad-locked front door (locked after 9pm). For the security of our guests, we only accept genuine backpackers carrying government-issued out of province/country ID and luggage/backpacks. We require a security deposit for group bookings of 5 or more and will not accept student groups, stag/stagette parties and guests under the age of 18.
So if you are the kind of person who wants to make the most of their stay in Calgary and are looking to stay in the newest hostel with the best location and staff that really understand the needs of backpackers, please check us out.
Activities at Wicked Hostel Calgary:
|1. Nightlife Pub crawls, restaurants and the nightlife are popular at the hostel and in Calgary.|
|2. Snowsports Snowsports are popular in and around Calgary||Winter Activity Activity|
|3. Calgary Stampede The Calgary Stampede is an annual rodeo, exhibition and festival held every July in Calgary. The ten-day event, which bills itself as The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, attracts over one million visitors per year and features the world\'s largest rodeo, a parade, midway, stage shows, concerts, agricultural competitions, chuckwagon racing and First Nations exhibitions. Calgary takes on a party atmosphere during Stampede; residents don western wear and events held across the city include ever popular pancake breakfasts and barbecues.||Summer Activity Activity (July 8th to 17th)|
1002 Bow Valley Trail, T1W 1N6, Canmore, Alberta
Tollfree: 1-888-678-1008, Tel: (403) 678-1000,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thehostelbear.com
|Nightly Rate||Weekly Rate||Nightly Group Rates *|
|Hostel Style Bed in Dorm Room||30.50 CDN, tax included||180 CDN||22.51 CDN|
|Private Room (4 Single Beds)||90 CDN, tax included||400 CDN||n/a|
|Private Room (2 Double & 2 Single Beds)||110 CDN, tax included||500 CDN||n/a|
All private room rates are based upon double occupancy. Additional adults (after the first 2) per private room are $10 per night.
Groups rates are applicable to 10 people or more on a per night basis. Group rates are for dorm style beds only. Please call us @ 1-888-678-1008 for more information regarding group bookings.
Ask one of our staff members upon checking in for more information on how you can save money during your stay.
|1. Snowsports Canmore is great for ice climbing, skiing, and has several outdoor hockey rinks and a comprehensive trail system for cross-country skiing.||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. History, Art , and Beer Camore hosts a plethora of restaurants, specialty cafe\'s and pubs, all within walking distance of each other|
|3. Hiking / Biking Popular summer activities in Canmore include backcountry mountaineering, downhill biking in the Nordic Centre\'s bike park, hiking and roller-skiing to name only a few.||Summer Activity Activity|
10526 Jasper Avenue, T5J 1Z7, Edmonton, Alberta
Tollfree: 1-877-646-7835, Tel: (780) 423-4146,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.gohostels.ca
Cost: Go Hostel will be opening very soon!
Summer 2010/11 Rates (May 1st-Sept. 30th)
6 bed dorm: from $27 / night + tax
4 bed dorm: from $30 / night + tax
Private queen bed: from $79 / night + tax Private 2 double beds: from $79 + tax (based on double occupancy - $15 per additional person to a maximum of 4 guests in the room) Private Houston Bed (Double bed on the bottom, single bed on top): from $69 + tax (based on double occupancy - $15 per additional person to a maximum of 3 guests in the room)
Comments: We have an awesome full kitchen with a cozy dining room as well as a bunch of different common areas which include a TV room and a library/games room that you can kick back and relax in!
The internet terminals in our lobby let you keep in touch and for those of you with laptops, we offer free WIFI (in the common areas only!) Our coin laundry is up and running so if you haven't done some laundry in a while, you can get it done here! Don't forget that we provide all the bedding and towels, so no need to bring your own! We even have hair dryers in all of the female dorms and private rooms!
The Jekyll and Hyde pub downstairs is a good way to start off an evening of fun! Every Friday, the great owners get up on stage and play some live music! It's a real treat! Come on by and check it out!!
With our location being in the heart of downtown, we are within walking distance of the Legislature, the Edmonton Art Gallery, City Hall, the Royal Alberta Museum and the Shaw Conference Centre as well as a variety of restaurants! Our convenient location allows for a quick trip on the LRT (lower rail transit) to places such as the Commonwealth Stadium, Rexall Place and the University of Alberta.
Come by and stay awhile! Looking forward to hosting you!
Activities at GO Backpackers Hostel:
|1. Free Walking Tours Walking tours of the area|
|2. Nightlife We often do group \'pub nights\'|
|3. BBQs Occasionally we do a group BBQ. Come join us.||Summer Activity Activity (summer and special occasions)|
1- 47 Lister Centre (87 avenue and 116 street), T6G 2H6, Edmonton, Alberta
Tel: (780) 492-6056, Fax: (780) 492-0064
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ualberta.ca/conferenceservices
Cost: traditional single dorm room: $49.00 + taxes
traditional twin dorm room: $59.00 + taxes
single private room: $69.00 + taxes
Comments: Schaffer Hall: Our newest residence tower offers single rooms with windows that open, private washrooms (showers only), and a work desk for your convenience.
Each room features:
123 Geikie Street, Box 1704, T0E 1E0, Jasper, Alberta
Tel: (780) 852-5187,
Cost: $50 - $90; Low season: $50 - $75; We offer long stay discounts. No tax
Comments: Located 5 min. from downtown Jasper in Jasper National Park, Are you looking for a room with a view? Then look no further than one of our bright second story rooms - extra clean! Large and cozy common living and dining area. Conveniently located minutes from trails and downtown. Open year-round. Very economical. Off-season and single rates available. Smoke-free facility, microwave, refrigerator,TV/VCR, free coffee/tea
Activities at Seldom In Guest House:
|1. Snowsports||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Water Sports||Summer Activity Activity|
1385 McKenzie Road, V2S7M8, Abbotsford, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-888-504-7441 ext.4063, Tel: (604) 557-4063, Fax: (778) 880-0270
Email: email@example.com Website: www.ufv.ca/residence/guestgroupaccommodation
Cost: Private bedrooms, semi-private kitchenette/bathroom
•Guest Accommodation - $50.00 + taxes per night (includes: pillow, blanket, sheets, and towels)
•Backpacker Accommodation - $35.00 + taxes per night (w/o bedding and towels)
Please note: we are no longer accepting 'walk-ins', a reservation must be made during business office hours (Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm).
Comments: Looking for an affordable alternative to hotel accommodation in Abbotsford? UFV is able to offer you fully furnished rooms by the day, week, or month. Open May 15 to August 15
WIFI is available if arranged in advance. Bedrooms are hard-wired for internet.http://www.backpackers.ca/listings.php?companyid=905&s=13
Activities at UFV Baker House Residence:
|1. Biking||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Abbotsford Air Show||Summer Activity Activity|
Residence Admin Bldg A1001, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Dr, V5A 1S6, Burnaby, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-866-619-6338, Tel: (778) 782-4503,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sfu.ca/stayhere
Cost: $40.00 single dormitory room; $89.00 - $119.00 hotel room with private washroom
Comments: SFU Conference and Guest Accommodations is proud to provide a variety of accommodation choices in a safe and comfortable environment. With spectacular views of the North Shore mountains, the waters of the Pacific Ocean and the evening lights of Vancouver, guests of SFU will be awed by the beauty that surrounds them. Nestled on 430 park acres high on Burnaby Mountain, Simon Fraser University's Burnaby Campus boasts distinctive architecture based on the original design concept of Arthur Erickson and Geoffrey Massey.
Our private residence rooms in our dormitory tower buildings are perfect for travelers on a budget, teams, groups or any visitor looking for short term housing alternatives. Rooms are single occupancy with shared washroom and common lounge. Linens, towels, and high speed internet connection are provided in each room.
301 Frank Beinder Way, V1N 4L3, Castlegar, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 365-1227, Fax: (250) 365-1316
Cost: $35.00 per night plus taxes for reduced service (guests provide own bedding)
$45.00 per night plus taxes for full service (bed made for arrival)
Our Summer monthly rate as of May 1, 2013 will be $30.00 application fee, $125.00 damage deposit and monthly fees of $425.00. We are available till August 15, 2013. ***reservations required***
Comments: Nestled on the Castlegar Campus overlooking the Columbia River, Kekuli House is surrounded by 18 KM of hiking trails. The Residence is available to the public from May to the end of August. Kekuli House offers private single kitchenettes which are air conditioned and have a private outside entrance. Guests have access to cable television,laundry facilities, computers, as well as a recreational lounge with pool tables, table tennis and football.
Activities at Selkirk College Kekuli House Residence:
|1. Museums and Galleries|
|2. Water Sports Watersports include boating, fishing canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and sailing etc.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking / Biking||Summer Activity Activity|
625 Greer Rd., , V0E 1N0, Clearwater, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 674-4199,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.halfmoonhostel.com
Cost: $55 single bed (tax included), $75.00 double bed (tax included), $75 bunk bed (tax included)
Comments: Located minutes outside of Clearwater on the way to travellers paradise, Wells Gray Provincial Park, the Half Moon Hostel provides a cozy and welcoming stop along the way. Our comfortable acreage hostel offers close proximity to a multitude of outdoor adventure possibilities.
Activities at Half Moon Guest House:
|1. Snowsports Popular Snowsports in Clearwater include cross country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, to name a few.||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Water Sports Popular watersports include canoeing, rafting, and kayaking. Fishing is also popular in Clearwater.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking Hike through wilderness and explore the amazing waterfalls nearby.|
440 Anderton Ave, V9N 2G8, Courtenay, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1877-490-CONA (2662), Tel: (250) 331-0991, Fax: (250) 331-0992
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.theconahostel.com
Cost: Dorm : $25.00
Private room: from $58.00 for 2 people to $135.00 for a family suite
Comments: The Cona Hostel, aptly named with Strathcona Park outside its back door, is situated in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
We certainly have no shortage of activities for travelers to enjoy here (biking, hiking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, alpine skiing, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, back country skiing, and more) and we, at The Cona, endeavor to make your stay full of fun and excitement.
You'll find us at the bottom of trendy 5th street Courtenay in a newly renovated heritage building with great views overlooking the Courtenay River and Lewis Park.
In the summer, you can access river swimming holes or Lewis Park pool right from the hostel. In the winter, you can catch our shuttle to Mount Washington and carve up the slopes or go snowshoeing.
Activities at The Cona Hostel:
|1. Snowsports Skiing, snowboarding and hiking are popular winter activities here in Courtenay.||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Water Sports Kayaking is extremely popular around Courtenay.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking / Biking Strathcona Park and Mount Washington are 20 min from here and great spots for mountain biking.||Summer Activity Activity|
2705 Dunsmuir Ave., Box 778, V0R 1S0, Cumberland, British Columbia
Tollfree: (888) 313-FOOL(3665), Tel: (250) 336-8250,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.ridingfool.com
Short Term (Per Day)
Renovated Kalum Lake Residence
Optional Linen charge for all rooms, short stay only up to one month
$7.00 per day to a maximum of $35.00
|1. Mountain Biking||Summer Activity Activity (Spring Summer and Fall)|
|2. Snowsports Alpine & Nordic sports.||Winter Activity Activity (Winter and Spring)|
|3. Fishing||Winter Activity Activity (Spring Summer and Fall)|
892 Sixth Ave., Box 160, VOB 1M0, Fernie, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 423-6811, Fax: (250) 423-6812
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ragingelk.com
Cost: Summer/Fall (June 1st to Nov. 30th):
Dorm $27+ tax
Four person dorm with bathroom - $28 + tax
Private - $65 + tax
Family - $70+ tax
Winter (Dec. 1st to Apr. 15th):
Dorm $27+ tax
Four person dorm with bathroom - $30+ tax
Private: $79+ tax
Family rooms - $99 + tax
Please add 10% to the above rates if you are not a member of Hostelling International******************************
|1. Hiking Fernie Boasts an incredible array of scenic hiking trails. Enjoy ancient old growth cedar forests, through alpine meadows alive with wildflowers and atop high mountain peaks. Fernie also has a trail featuring some of the worlds most oldest willows.||Summer Activity Activity (June to November)|
|2. Skiing Ski the legendary powder of the Canadian Rockies. Fernie is the epi centre of your ultimate ski adventure. Fernie Alpine Resort is set admit the backdrop of the spectacular Lizard range and it is renowned for superb natural snow. The Resort averages over 29 feet of annual snowfall. Two world renowned cat skiing operations are based out of Fernie. Experience over 7,000 acres of bowls, valleys and gladed meadows. Rated #1 on our scale for the ultimate powder adventure. Raging Elk was recently voted \"Best Hostel\" by Ski Canada magazine !||Winter Activity Activity (December to April)|
|3. Mountain Biking Fernie boasts some of the best mountain bike riding in the west. From epic downhill riding to endless kilometers of cross country trails the town of Fernie is your one stop shop for any mountain bike enthusiast.||Summer Activity Activity (June to November)|
313 Stephen Ave., Box 37, V0A 1G0, Field, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-343-6999, Tel: (250) 343-6999 ,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.fireweedhostel.com
Cost: Winter--dorms: $30 per person plus tax; Private rooms: $80 (double occupancy) plus tax
Summer $40 per person plus tax; Private Rooms Summer $125 (double occupancy) plus tax
Comments: Located in Yoho National Park, Fireweed Hostel offers four common guest rooms that can accommodate up to six people each. The hostel is non-smoking and guests have access to a self-catering kitchen, laundry facilities and coin-operated Internet
Activities at Fireweed Hostel:
|1. Snowsports With World Famous Lake Louise only 20 minutes to the east, and Kicking Horse Mountain 45 minutes to the west, we are perfectly situated for skiers and snowboarders. Over 50km-tracked trails for Nordic Skiing start right at our doors. Ice Climbs are located within walking distance. Snowshoe trails are endless.||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking Hike the National Parks. Majestic forests, unspoiled emerald lakes, spectacular waterfalls, vast glaciers wildlife viewing await the Yoho hiker. 400km of hiking trails offer a pristine Canadian Rockies experience and Field is the ideal starting point. 3 peaks (Mount Burgess, Mount Stephen and Mount Field) surround Field and offer great Rock Climbing routes and Mountain Scrambles.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Train Viewing The Canadian Pacific Railway Line travels through Yoho National Park and offers some of the best train viewing opportunities, including the Spiral Tunnels. Field originated as a railway town and many of the historic buildings, including the water tower and telegraph building can be seen today.|
3300 Gun Creek Road, V0K 1P0, Gold Bridge, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 238-2274 , Fax: (250) 238-2241
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.chilcotinholidays.com/
Cost: $25.00 (dorm)
Comments: There is no better way to experience the 5 Star Wilderness of the South Chilcotin Mountains. Experience the night stars, vast skies, towering mountain ranges, and endless scenery. Travel ancient game trails, wild flowering meadows, and hear the rush of glacial fed rivers.
While our Ranch is easily reached by vehicle, access to the pristine wilderness of our guide territory is by foot, horse or float plane only. Its remoteness helps preserve the outstanding quality of wilderness. The glaciated shale terrain makes summitting challenging yet obtainable, no matter what your method of travel.
The South Chilcotins lie within a transition zone between the Coast Mountains and the Chilcotin Plateau. This favoured position produces a rainshadow. This means sunny skies and a dry climate. The environment is "almost bug-free."
The area is renowned for its bio-diversity. An outstanding variety of wildlife and vegetation inhabits our guide area. California Bighorn sheep, Moose, Mule deer, Mountain goat, Grizzly, Black bear and wolf are plentiful and frequently sighted.
"Chilcotin" is an Indian name meaning "People of the Blue Water". The glaciers give the lakes throughout our territory an emerald turquoise colour.
The Pioneer Trail
Hike along well-defined horse trails once used by explorers, pioneers, and gold miners. Wildlife will greet you along the trail. Loons call to you from the lake. The star-studded skies, and the campfire will round out your hiking experience.
Chilcotin Holidays Guided Hiking Program
This trip is full of hiking for nature lovers. Jumping trout, 50 million year-old fossils, over 150 species of wildflowers, the call of the resident loons, and the canoe on the beach beckons you take the paddle. The slow pace of nature is addicting and you begin to rise and sleep by nature's clock.
Activities at Spruce Lake Backpackers Lodge:
|1. Horseback Riding||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Grizzly Bear viewing||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking Alpine Hiking||Summer Activity Activity|
528 9th Avenue North, VOA 1H0, Golden, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-439-1090, Tel: (250) 439-1090,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.dreamcatcherhostel.com
Cost: Dorms: $33.60 inc. tax; privates from $85 inc. tax
Comments: Come live the dream in lodge surroundings with a hostel atmosphere. Dreamcatcher is a lodge hostel located in a fascinating heritage building in the heart of downtown Golden. We have 3 private rooms, 2 family rooms & 3 dormitories. Most of our rooms are ensuite & all have locally handmade beds with comfy mattresses, snuggly down duvets & cotton sheets. The main floor is a huge communal space with fantastic kitchen; relaxing sofa area with large fireplace; library corner; 1 computer and wifi access and plenty of seating. We are your home away from home during your stay in Golden.
Activities at Dreamcatcher Hostel:
|1. Skiing||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Whitewater Rafting||Summer Activity Activity|
896 Scott Avenue, V0X 1K0, Hedley, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 292-8136,
Email: stay@HedleyInn.ca Website: www.hedleyinn.ca
Cost: Dorm Bunk: $28
Private Room (with washroom): $45+
Private 1bdm Suite (two queen beds): $90+
Comments: New (2012), clean & affordable in Downtown Hedley, BC
PRIVATE ROOMS (with double bed and single bed, $45+) and DORM ROOMS (bunks $28). There's also a self-contained PRIVATE 1 BEDROOM SUITE (two queen beds, $90+) for those who want to relax stay a while.
All beds have comfortable, premium mattresses so you can get a good night's sleep. All rooms are bright and airy with screened windows that open wide to let in lots of fresh, pine-scented country air.
Fully-equipped hostel kitchen & lounge (DVD library), free WIFI. Guest laundry (fee).
There's an on-site store with basic travel provisions, such as small meals, non-alcoholic drinks & emergency bicycle supplies. Strayhorse Coffeehouse, also onsite, serves delicious coffee from fresh roasted beans. Espresso drinks, baked goods, breakfast, lunch & comfort meals, homemade goodness.
The Hedley Inn & Hostel is inspected and approved by Tourism BC so you are assured of a high-quality experience.
Quiet and impeccably clean. Air conditioned. Non-smoking. Bicycle, backpacker & motorcycle friendly.
Take advantage of our affordable rates. Enjoy the savings. Like other guests, you'll want to come back again!
731 Cumberland Ave., V2B 8E4, Kamloops, British Columbia
Tel: (778) 470-1953,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: kamloopsguesthouse.blogspot.com
Cost: Private twin room with shared bath: $45 for one person, $65 for two people
We offer 10 % off for staying 3 and more nights.
Comments: Welcome to Kamloops Guesthouse Hostel. We are conveniently located on the Scenic Route Between Vancouver and the Rocky Mountains.
Kamloops Guesthouse Hostel is a quiet and budget accommodation (homestay-style hostel). Only 2 km off the Yellow Head Highway #5 and 10 minute driving from Kamloops Airport or Greyhound Bus Depot.
Kamloops Guesthouse Hostel offers you privacy as well as complimentary services:
2343 Pandosy Street, V1Y 1T5, Kelowna, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 763-6024, Fax: (250) 470 1841
Email: email@example.com Website: www.kelowna-hostel.bc.ca
Cost: $20/night (dorm) -- $19 with student card; $50 (private room for two people)
Comments: The Kelowna International Hostel is located one and a half blocks to the beautiful beaches of Kelowna! The hostel has an awesome atmosphere, the staff are helpful and friendly and the guests love the free pancake breakfast and coffee every morning! The hostel has many organized activities for guests (theme parties, group BBQ's, dinners, social outings, winery tours, beach volleyball at 4pm every day, keg parties every Friday night and much more)! The hostel is very centrally located, moments from downtown, shops, grocery stores and everything you could need or want! The Kelowna International Hostel offers many amenities and services for guests, from a fully equipped kitchen, huge outdoor deck with BBQ, large lounge area with TV/VCR, musical instruments (guitars, bongo drums, shakers) for guests to play, internet, laundry, message service and sports equipment. The hostel also offers a FREE shuttle service from the Greyhound station -- just call the hostel when you arrive in Kelowna!
We are very focused on providing a great "experience" for guests and have nightly activities as well special events. We've recently built a large deck and when the weather warms up we will be from what I know, Canada's only Hammock Hostel....with 4 hammocks hanging on the deck situated in a Zen garden!
245 Harvey Avenue, V1Y 6C2, Kelowna, British Columbia
Tollfree: (877) 562-2783, Tel: (250) 763-9814, Fax: (250) 763-9814
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.samesun.com
Cost: winter rates: $26.00 (includes tax); pay for 6 nights, get 7th night free
private room: 69 + tax
Comments: Welcome to sunny Kelowna, heart of the magnificent Okanagan valley. Long called the "California of Canada", the Okanagan is one of the best kept secrets of North America. With rolling hills carving through CanadaÂ¹s only desert, the landscape provides some of the best lakes on the continent and Kelowna lies on the shores of the famous Lake Okanagan.
SameSun Kelowna is located right downtown and just a two minute walk from the beach and close to all the shops, restaurants, and bars.
One of the first custom built hostels in Canada, SameSun Kelowna is a 100 bed facility featuring air-conditioning, a massive kitchen, pool table, ping pong, foosball, free breakfast, free wi-fi, free parking, and a large outdoor area with tiki patio and hot tub.
Our friendly staff can help you organize your stay with rentals for bikes, jet skis and boat trips on Lake Okanagan. Feel like something different? The Okanagan boasts some superb wineries and we can help set you up with a tour. Coming in the winter? Kelowna is just 30 km from the Big White Ski Resort, home to some of the best terrain and conditions on the continent.
Are you a student in the Okanagan? Be sure to enquire about our long term student accommodation rates!
Activities at SameSun Backpacker Lodges - Kelowna:
|1. Wine Tours Wine Tours run during spring summer and fall. Okanagan Valley has over 100 wineries to choose from and most of them have tastings and tours during the day. Most wineries charge between $5 to $20 for a tour and tasting.||Summer Activity Activity (Spring, Summer, Fall)|
|2. Boating Boating includes wakeboarding and houseboating on Okanagan lake. You can rent boats or hire drivers for wakeboarding costs range from $50 to $120 per hour. You can take part in houseboat tours, costs are between $25 to $45 per person. Best time of year is July to September.||Summer Activity Activity (July to September)|
|3. Snowsports Skiing and Snowboarding @ Big White Resort. Some of the best snow conditions in Canada are at Big White Resort only one hour away from our Hostel. Mountain opens December to mid April. Costs very depending on if you own your gear and have a vehicle. Day pass at Big White is around $80.||Winter Activity Activity (December to mid-April)|
65 Nicol Street, V9R 4S7, Nanaimo, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 753-1188, Fax: (250)753-1185
Email: email@example.com Website: www.nanaimohostel.com
Comments: Delightful laid back hostel overlooking the harbour, close to downtown
3250 3rd Avenue, V9Y 4E1, Port Alberni, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 723-6924,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.fatsalmonbackpackers.com
Cost: $25 tax included
groups of 12+ = $21/person (tax included)
Comments: Fat Salmon Backpackers is a progressive, fun and safe budget-traveller's haven, devoted to providing affordable, comfortable, and clean dormitory-style accommodation for international and Canadian travellers of all ages. Our mission statement is to provide shoe-string budget travellers with relaxing, informative and affordable accommodation while exploring Vancouver Island. The Backpackers is comfortably equipped with ample shower and toilet blocks, large kitchen space, modern laundry facilities and 2 expansive communal living areas. There is a large outdoor deck, which overlooks the working harbour of the Alberni Inlet. Due to the layout of the building, Fat Salmon Backpackers can quite easily accommodate large groups into their own areas. The Backpackers also has ample parking for 2 full-sized tour buses, as well as a maximum of 8 cars (motorcycles, bicycles, etc.). The Backpackers is situated on 3rd Avenue of Port Alberni's 'old' downtown core on the south side of the town, 1 hour from Nanaimo (ferry terminals to/from Vancouver, airport), 3 hours from Victoria (ferry terminals to/from Vancouver and Seattle, international airport) and 1.5 hours from Tofino, as well as on intercity transportation routes. It boasts majestic views of the Alberni Inlet and Mount Arrowsmith, while also offering the convenience of downtown living. The Harbour Quay, where 3 separate adventure tour companies, as well as several sightseeing, kayak, canoe and bicycle rental companies are located, is only a few minutes' walk from the Backpackers' front door.
The husband and wife team of Chris Marshall and Charmead Schella bring over a decade of backpacker and hostelling experience to the town of Port Alberni and Fat Salmon Backpackers.
Closed for season October 1st through to April 30th. However, we accept group bookings of 12+ people over the winter, with an advanced reservation.
Activities at Fat Salmon Backpackers:
|1. Scuba Diving Scuba dive with the salmon at Stamp Falls.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Water Sports River tube on the mighty Stamp River. Sea Kayak in the Broken Group Islands. Swim at Paper Mill Dam.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking Hike one of the many awesome rainforest/mountain trails.||Summer Activity Activity|
8740 Main Street, V0N 2P0, Port Hardy, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-855-673-3030, Tel: (250) 949-3030,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.cnnbackpackers.com
Cost: Dorm: $20 ($24 after June 15th)
Private: $50 ($60 after June 15th)
Comments: Relaxing, Friendly, A Welcoming Environment. Our motto is "We Sell Sleep".
Activities at C and N Backpackers, Port Hardy:
|3. Wildlife Viewing|
4454 Willingdon Ave, V8A 2M6, Powell River, British Columbia
Tollfree: (877) 709-7700, Tel: (604) 485-9803, Fax: (604) 485-9803
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.prhostel.ca
Cost: $24.00 nightly; Private/Family Rooms: $55 - $65 per room/per night (seasonally adjusted)
Comments: Welcome, Namaste, Hi There, G'day -- a great funky, international guesthouse/hostel. With gorgeous views across Georgia Straight to the glaciers and peaks of Vancouver Island, the hostel/guesthouse is conveniently located, close to downtown and across from BC ferry terminal. Meet other travellers or relax in a hammock watching the tugs go by. Powell River is the gateway to the Upper Sunshine Coast of BC.
Whether you've come to sea-kayak magical Desolation Sound, or you are visiting one of Powell River's premier cultural events, consider the fun and friendly atmosphere of the Harbour Guesthouse.
Full common kitchen;two large common rooms,internet station & wireless facility On-site management to ensure 24-hour security.
Activity booking centre; West Coast café on premises;laundromat; secure storage for bikes, kayaks; ample parking
Private or dorm rooms available with linen and lockers
197 Quebec Street, V2L 1W1, Prince George, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-888-512-3742, Tel: (250) 961-7448 or (250) 900-9966, Fax: (250) 960-2240
Email: email@example.com Website: www.princegeorgehostel.com
Cost: $99.95 + tx 2 bedroom suite
$79.95 + tx 1 bedroom suite
$69.95 + tx private room with private bathroom
$59.95 + tx deluxe room shared bathroom
$49.95 + tx standard room shared bathroom
$29.50 + tx dorm shared bathroom
Comments: Everyone WELCOME. The Prince George Hostel/Hotel/B&B is located in the heart of Prince George. Our building has served travelers to Northern Brish Columbia for over eighty years. It was first constructed by the Chee Duck Tong society in 1923 and added onto in later years.
The Manor (Prince George Hostel) is Prince George's first and best Hostel. A perfect place for a cozy, secure, low cost stay in beautiful Prince George whether you are in town for business or pleasure. Sightseeing, mountain biking or hiking in the summer; sking or snowboarding in the winter. We offer a wide range to accommodations to meet every need and budget.
Activities at The Manor - Prince George Hostel/Hotel/B and B:
|1. Fishing||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Visit Forests For the World Forests for the World is a 106 hectare demonstration forest with 15 (8.5 mi.) kilometres of hiking trails located in the heart of Prince George, BC, Canada. The park, established in 1986, enables adventurers to learn about the various forest eco systems and the flora and fauna that thrive in the Fraser - Nechako Plateau region.Over the years thousands of spruce, pine and Douglas fir trees have been planted throughout the park. And... some areas have been left in their natural state for regeneration. Both methods of reforestation provides an opportunity to the view the difference between a natural and a managed forest. The extensive trail system is suitable for all ages and abilities. Some sections of the trail system are wheelchair and baby stroller friendly while other hiking trails involve some elevation gain with tree roots and boulders. The main trail to Shane Lake is best suited for all groups and abilities as it is very well maintained. At Shane Lake there are many amenities to ensure a good time. There|
|3. Hiking / Biking|
501 - 6th Street West, V8J 1Z7, Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Tollfree: ( 866) 371-5337, Tel: (250) 627-5337, Fax: (250) 627-7623
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.blackrooster.ca
||High Season||Low Season|
|Dorm / Bunkbed||Single bed, top or bottom, linen included, towel extra.||$28.00||$25.00|
|Twin Room sleeps 2||Two single beds and a desk, hallway single-use bathrooms.||$60.00||$45.00|
|Queen Room sleeps 2||Room with a queen size bed, private bathroom.||$75.00||$65.00|
|Queen Room + Futon sleeps 3||Room with a queen size bed and futon, private bathroom.||$85.00||$75.00|
|Family Room sleeps 4||Room with a queen size bed, a bunk bed, private bathroom.||$85.00||$75.00|
|Queen Room + Futon + Full Kitchen sleeps 3||Small apartment, 1 bedroom, futon, kitchen, dining and bathroom.||$95.00||$85.00|
|2 Bedroom Apartment + 1 Bath sleeps 4||Full size, two bedroom apartment, one bathroom.||$130.00||$120.00|
|Ground Floor Apartment sleeps 4||Full size, two bedroom apartment at ground level.||$130.00||$120.00|
|2 Bedroom Apartment + 2 Bath sleeps 4||Full size, two bedroom apartment, two ensuite bathrooms.||$140.00||$130.00|
167 3rd Ave. East, V8J 1K4, Prince Rupert, British Columbia
Tollfree: (888) 794-9998, Tel: (250) 624-2334, Fax: (250) 627-7945
Email: email@example.com Website: www.pioneerhostel.com
Cost: dorm beds from $22.00-$30.00; private rooms from $26.00-$30.00 per person
Comments: Lovely heritage building situated in downtown Prince Rupert with a huge garden and gazebo. Only 1 block from the waterfront pubs and cafes, this cozy hostel boasts spotlessly clean rooms, modern renovations to kitchen and bath facilities. Services include free wireless high-speed internet, complimentary coffee and tea, and weekly potlucks/socials. Please book ahead to avoid disappointment!
3101 Third Ave (Oceanview Drive), Box 268, V0T 1S0, Queen Charlotte, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-888-322-3388, Tel: (250) 559-8415, Fax: (250) 559- 8198
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.qcislands.net/premier
Cost: dorm: $25.00; private double room: $50.00
Comments: Enjoy the historic charm of Queen Charlotte City's oldest buildings. Built in 1910, the Premier Hotel has been fully modernized, and is open year round.
Full of charm and character this is the oldest hotel on the island. We are a small business consisting of twelve rooms of varying type and style. From the hotel there are outstanding views of the ocean inlet, Bearskin Bay, the marina and the mountains of Moresby Island. Our beautiful gardens and Premier Creek provide a relaxing atmosphere for our guests. Centrally located, the hotel is a stone's throw from the ocean and within easy walking distance of shops, post office, laundromat, library and restaurants.
The BC Ferry Terminal, which offers service to Prince Rupert and Sandspit, is located three kilometers away.
North Pacific Seaplanes and Inland Air Charters, both offering charter services to Moresby Island and locales such as Ninstints, are located directly across the street.
|2. Water Sports||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Local Cultural Activities There are many sights to see and visit including museums|
5036 Highway 93, Box 363, V0A 1M0, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 347-9912,
Email: info@RadiumHostel.bc.ca Website: radiumhostel.bc.ca
Cost: Dorm beds: $27 regular ($25 with Backpackers Toonie Discount coupon)
Tax is already included in the price
Comments: Small, cozy hostel and B&B located on the boundary of Kootenay National Park in the Rocky Mountains. Small dorms, private rooms, common kitchen & lounge, huge deck with BBQ. Bicycle and canoe rentals. Rafting and Ski packages. Walking distance to hot springs. Great view and lots to do.
Activities at Misty River Lodge / Radium International Hostel:
|2. Water Sports Canoeing, kayaking and rafting are popular in Radium Springs.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hot Springs|
400 2nd Street West, , V0E 2S0, Revelstoke, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-562-2783, Tel: (250) 837-4050,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.samesun.com/revelstoke/
Cost: $25.00 (tax included); private rooms : from $54.95 (tax included)
Home of North America's longest skiable vertical (and 4th longest in the world!!). The charming town of Revelstoke is located midway between Vancouver and Calgary and nestled in the Selkirk and Monashee Mountain Ranges. Our European-style Revelstoke hostel, features immaculate private rooms and dorms with rich oak floors, oak beds, comfy duvets and French doorsis located right downtown in the 'Stoke. At our hostel in Revelstoke we've just extended the common areas, put in a patio, lounge and BBQ area (for those 30 C summer days) now this Revelstoke hostel is better than ever!
Revelstoke is a town with heart and soul and the atmosphere in SameSun Revelstoke hostel is no different. Sit around the hostel for a few minutes and you will be involved in some escapade or other, be it making drink helmets for the summer jazz festival, arranging a cat skiing trip or a day at the brand new Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
At the western gateway to Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier and Mt. Revelstoke National Parks you are just minutes from mountain adventure, natural hot springs, glacial hikes, alpine meadows of wildflowers, world-class mountain-biking, powder skiing and natural pristine wilderness beauty. Don't dilly-dally, get your skates on and book your bus ticket to the SameSun Revelstoke hostel!
1261 Roberts Creek Road, V0N 2W2, Roberts Creek, British Columbia
Tollfree: (877) 885 8100, Tel: (604) 837 5943,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.upthecreek.ca
Cost: Dorm style co-ed room: $28/bed
Private Room (sleeps 3) or cabin (sleeps 2): $80 or $75/night for 2+ nights
Self-serve breakfast: $6
Hot Tub lifetime Membership: $3
All plus applicable taxes
Comments: Along the Sunshine Coast, we have a beautiful Sunny Cedar House, nestled amongst many cedar and fir trees, and an easy 10 minute walk to the "Heart" of the Creek. We offer both bunk style beds, cabin or private room option, breakfast, hiking, kayaking, snow-shoeing, diving, mountain biking, road cycling, cross country skiing, beaches, books, a sun deck, hammocks, full kitchen and locally roasted coffee. Reservations recommended.
401 Beach Road , V0T 1T0, Sandspit, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-866-306-6644 , Tel: (250) 637-5749 or cell: (250) 637-1206,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.bayviewgardenbnb.com
Cost: $30 a night – Dorm ; $55 a night - Double (taxes included)
Comments: Bayview Garden is a waterfront heritage home over peaceful Shingle Bay, in Sandspit. Bayview Garden offers both B&B and Hostel style accommodation. It is a small home, with only 2 rooms for hostel guests. The kitchen and lounge, which all guests can use at any time, both boast views of the Bay and its magnificent sunsets.
Home to less than 300 residents, Sandspit is the only community on Moresby Island. It is a very quiet and safe place, with very little traffic, and easy access to nature. Located at the extreme Northeastern tip of Moresby Island, the town has 2 main beaches, one facing East and overlooking the Hecate Straight and the other facing West and overlooking Skidegate Inlet.
Sandspit offers easy access to tours of Gwai Haanas National Park Reserve, a vast and remote expanse of protected wilderness and ancient Haida Village Sites in the south of the islands. From here, you can also organize kayaking adventures, fishing charter tours, go bird watching, and beachcombing. Peaceful Bayview Garden is also a prime location to pursue the arts.
Did we mention the great fishing? Salmon charters leave from the local marina to the west side of the island, where the King Salmon are plentiful and BIG! Wildlife viewing is also plentiful here and whales, porpoises, seals, sea lions, bald eagles, but also bears and deers and countless species of birds, populate its waters and forests…
Come and enjoy island hospitality in sunny Sandspit, and relax at friendly Bayview Garden! For general information on the islands, visit GoHaidaGwaii.ca.
Activities at Bayview Garden Hostel:
|1. Experience the Ocean Sandspit is the gateway to Gwaii Haanas National Park, home of stunning scenery and Haida Heritage sites. Several companies offer kayak or sailing tours into the park, and the Moresby Explorers offers guided boat tours. It is also possible to arrange your own kayaking expedition.|
|2. Hiking In Sandspit, you can bird watch, hike, and beachcomb on the quiet beaches. The local Forests are also worth exploring and there a number of accessible trails close to town, that will take you through old growth and second growth forests. We also have bicycles that we make available to our guests.|
|3. Visit Graham Island For a different experience, you can go 15k to the ferry terminal, and a short 20-minute ride takes you to the more populous Graham Island, with its many galleries and the beautiful Kaay \'llnagaay Heritage Centre, the new home of Haida heritage and ongoing culture and arts.|
1165 Salmon River Main, Box 222, V0P 1R0, Sayward, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 282-5547, Fax: (250) 282-5547
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mthkusamviewlodge.com
Cost: $30 per person dorm-style; $55 for private room, $70 for family room
Comments: Mt. H'Kusam View Lodge is an affordable getaway retreat combining the international flavour of a hostel with the warmth and coziness of a family-run wilderness lodge. Come and enjoy our beautiful location, with the forest, waterfall, the Salmon River, Mt. H'Kusam and the ocean close by. Enjoy the many outdoor activities available in the area, or just relax in the comfort and peace of our wilderness retreat.
5653 Wharf Rd, Box 2205, V0N 3A0, Sechelt, British Columbia
Tel: (604) 885-5822,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.secheltaccommodation.com
|Private Twin or Double||$58||$345|
|12 & under||$10||$60|
|Run of House||$435||$2495|
|1. Water Sports With 7 rental companies on the lower coast alone, all your needs are met with rentals, lessons and guided tours. Not to mention the unlimited locations to explore.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Scuba Diving We are ranked among Canada\'s best places to scuba dive because of the diversity of geological features and marine. Home of the HMCS Chaudiere Artificial Reef Site and the amazing Skookumchuck Rapids, there is something for every diver, beginners to expert. Winter is an ideal time to Scuba Dive in drysuit because of better clarity.|
|3. Hiking / Biking Whether you are looking for a groomed trail meandering through the forest, a steep mountainous terrain or anything in between, you will not be disappointed with your choice to take a few days to explore the Sunshine Coast.||Summer Activity Activity (Spring Summer and Fall)|
9898 Pinnacles Road, Silver Star Resort, V1B 3M1, Silver Star, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-972-6378, Tel: 250-545-8933,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: samesun.com/silverstar/
Cost: winter rates:
dorm beds: $33.59 (tax included)
rooms : $77.28 (tax included)
dorm beds: $27.00 (tax included)
Comments: Silver Star Mountain Resort boasts the world's first custom-built ski hostel on the entire planet - yeah, you know it, that's very cool for the backpackers among us. This is a world-class hostel facility sat right on the side of a huge four-season mountain. Silver Star, like Big White, is a ski-in/ski-out facility directly in the Silver Star village. The hostel is fully equipped, with a snack bar, foosball table, table tennis, pool tables, internet and much more! The common area is so big (it officially qualifies as 'ginormous') and is just the right place for a multitude of backpackers to party, play...and recover after a day on the mountain.
Then in the summer, Silver Star makes the best base camp for your mountain biking adventures. So much so that Olympic athletes head up to the village all the time to train and take advantage of the amazing trail system and training facilities.
The hostel is so large that it makes a great option for school retreats or private functions and the mountain is gorgeous in the summer!
1140 Sun Peaks Rd., V0E 1Z0, Sun Peaks Resort, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 578-0057, Fax: (250) 578-7698
Email: email@example.com Website: www.sunpeakshostel.com
Cost: dorm: $32.00; private room: $75.00; family room (up to 4 people): $128.00
Comments: Sun Peaks International Hostel offers you ski-in/ski-out accommodation from $29 per night! The Sun Peaks International Hostel is SKI-IN SKI-OUT and is a snowball throw from the chairlift!
The Sun Peaks International Hostel has an awesome atmosphere, the staff are helpful and friendly and the guests love the free pancake breakfast and coffee every morning! You'll have all the amenities of home at this winter getaway including a fully equipped kitchen, large relaxing lounge area, TV/DVD, free WiFi, lockers, laundry facilities and private rooms!
We certainly have no shortage of activities like Golf & Horseback riding during the summer and our lifts are open for Bikers & Hikers to enjoy our mountains and we endeavour to help make your stay full of fun and excitement. The hostel has many organized activities for guests (theme parties, group BBQ's, dinners, social outings in Sun Peaks and Kamloops and more)! Guests love the friendly, cozy atmosphere of the Sun Peaks International Hostel -- and the awesome snow!
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME!
Activities at Sun Peaks International Hostel:
|1. Snowsports Come SKIING, SNOWBOARDING and SNOWSHOEING in the largest ski area in BC\'s interior. Ski in/ski out accommodation with a lift right in front of our door (10% discount on Lift tickets for our hostel guests).||Winter Activity Activity (November to mid-April)|
|2. Snowmobiling Snowmobile Tours and Rentals. Enjoy the back country scenery of Sun Peaks Resort (10% discount on all Tours for our hostel guests)||Winter Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking / Biking Come BIKING, HIKING and CANOEING. The variety of terrain available makes the resort a well-known riding mecca for both beginner and seasoned mountain bikers. Lifts are open from mid June to mid September, but you can do these activities most of the year.||Summer Activity Activity (mid-June to mid-September)|
5331 McConnell Avenue, V8G 4X2, Terrace, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-277-2288 ext 5266, Tel: (250) 635-6511 ext 5266, Fax: (250) 635-5435
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nwcc.bc.ca/services/services-facilities/northwest-community-college-residence-information
Short Term (Per Day)
Optional Linen charge for all rooms, short stay only up to one month
$7.00 per day to a maximum of $35.00
|Note: Monthly rates available upon request.|
|1. Fishing Terrace is home to some unbelievable fishing! People literally come from all over the world each year to experience what our Rivers and Lakes have to offer!||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Cultural tourism Cultural Activities - taking place throughout the year are Music Festivals, a weekend long celebration called River Boat Days, community band performances, theatre, and First Nations events!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking / Biking Hiking - Terrace\'s rainforest and mountainous surroundings provide both challenging hikes and beautiful sight-seeing walks!|
1874 Peninsula Road, Box 496, V0R 3A0, Ucluelet, British Columbia
Tel: (250) 726-4426,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.surfsinn.ca
Cost: $26.00 (dorm); double bed: $45; private room (for 2 people): $60.00
Comments: Centrally located on Main Street, on a hill overlooking the harbour. This is the doorstep of Barkley Sound, sea kayaking, whale watching, bear encounters, surfing.
Only 15 minutes to Long Beach. 30 minutes from Tofino. Wild Pacific Trail passes through. West Coast Trail is closed in the winter.
927 Main Street, V6A 2V8, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-888-434-6060, Tel: (604) 682-2441,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cnnbackpackers.com
Cost: $25.00(dorm), private double room is $55.00
weekly special: stay 7 nights and pay only for 6 nights!
Comments: close to train and bus station and Chinatown
Internet access, cable and TV, lockers storage, overnight parking, bike rentals, free pickup from anywhere downtown
The University of British Columbia, 1935 Lower Mall, V6T 1X1, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tollfree: (888) 822-1030, Tel: (604) 822-1000, Fax: (604) 822-1001
Email: email@example.com Website: www.pacificspirithostel.com
Comments: Open May 21st to August 15th. The hostel is located on the beautiful UBC campus in a park like setting, with easy access to restaurants, pubs, recreation and Vancouver's attractions. Only 20 minutes to downtown or the airport by car. Close to beaches, parks and trails. Rooms are quiet and clean with one or two single beds in each private bedroom. Bed linen included. TV lounge on each floor, equipped with microwave, fridge and sink. Cafeteria, laundry facilities and Internet kiosk on site.
To read guests' reviews of Pacific Spirit Hostel, check out Trip Advisor.
Activities at Pacific Spirit Hostel at UBC:
|1. Visit the Museum of Anthropology The Museum of Anthropology at UBC is world-renowned for its collections, research, teaching, public programs, and community connections. It is also acclaimed for its spectacular architecture and unique setting on the cliffs of Point Grey.|
|2. Visit UBC Farm||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Visit the Beaty Biodiversity Museum Visit the Beaty Biodiversity Museum: The museum puts UBC\'s natural history collections, with more than two million specimens, on public view for the first time. Visitors can explore 20,000 square feet of exhibits and teaching lab, including the second-largest fish collection in the nation, and myriad fossils, shells, insects, fungi, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and plants from around British Columbia and the world; or just stare through the jaws of the largest creature ever to live on Earth, a 26-metre-long blue whale skeleton suspended in the atrium (See http://www.beatymuseum.ubc.ca)|
1018 Granville St, V6Z 1L5, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tollfree: (877) 562-2783, Tel: (604) 682-8226, Fax: (604) 682-8240
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.samesun.com
Comments: Thanks for thinking about booking with us at the Samesun Backpacker Lodge - Vancouver's #1 backpacker facility! We are located directly downtown in the heart of Vancouver's entertainment district. Amenities in the hostel itself include a full service kitchen, FREE breakfast, pool table, FREE wireless internet, a large common area, TV room with Wii, laundry, lockers, and tons of weekly activities including: open mic, the epic trivia night in the Beaver Lounge, sports nights, ice skating, movie nights, cheap tickets to professional NHL hockey and MLS soccer, in-house DJ's, FREE walking tours, and weekly off the beaten track activities! And of course there is "The Beaver", one of the wickedest licensed backpacker eateries on the entire planet. Come see what all the fuss is about! Reception is open 24 hours so you can check in at any time.
We'll see you soon. Remember we do have a 24 hour cancellation warning.
We all live under the Same Sun!
Activities at SameSun Backpacker Lodges-Vancouver:
|1. Trivia Night The legendary Trivia Night in the Beaver restaurant and lounge starts at 9pm every Thursday. This has become Vancouver\'s favorite and best quiz event.|
|2. Canucks NHL Hockey Games A Canadian tradition, come and see an NHL hockey game with us. Tickets available for all games. A must for any visitor to Canada.||Winter Activity Activity (October to May)|
|3. Free Walking Tours These tours are done by the great folks at Tour Guys. Tours run all year round, with more in the summer, to Stanley Park, Granville Island and Gastown.|
577 Richards Street, V6B 2Z5, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tollfree: (800) 982-0220, Tel: (604) 684-3713,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.stclairvancouver.com
Cost: All rates are PER ROOM, and not PER PERSON, with the exception of dorm rates.
|Rates from 1-January-2014 to 31-December-2014|
|Sun To Thu||Fri To Sat|
|Private Twin (Bunk)||$52.90||$56.35|
|4 Bed Male Dorm||$24.15||$25.20|
|4 Bed Female Dorm||$24.15||$25.20|
|1. Snowsports Located just 15 minute from Downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain Ski Resort is unparalleled worldwide for its close proximity to a major metropolitan city. Stay at the St. Clair Hotel - Hostel and you can enjoy world class skiing by day and sample the nightlife of a world class city by night.||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Visit Stanley Park Stay at the St. Clair and you are just a fifteen minute walk to the largest urban park in North America. Unlike other urban parks, Stanley Park\'s hundreds of hectares of natural forest make it an oasis only a stone\'s throw away from Downtown Vancouver. Rent a bike nearby and go exploring or ride the miniature railway that winds it\'s way through the picturesque Pacific Northwest forest. Also located in the park is the Vancouver Aquarium, featuring dolphins, beluga whales, sea lions and more.|
|3. Visit Vancouver Art Gallery Come check out the Vancouver Art Gallery, featuring a variety of changing exhibitions as well as the permanent exhibition of paintings by the famous Canadian landscape artists \'The Group of Seven\', including works by British Columbian legend Emily Carr. Just a few minutes walk away from the St. Clair Hostel.|
733 Beatty Street, V6B 2M4, Vancouver, British Columbia
Tollfree: (800) 663-1424, Tel: (604) 895-5830, Fax: (604) 681-2550
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ywcahotel.com
Cost: call for pricing
no dorm beds available, only rooms
ask about our 5-guest room special; smaller rooms also available
Comments: A rare find, the YWCA Hotel is definitely worth checking into! It offers a warm welcome to all travellers, and is a comfortable, safe and affordable place to stay at the heart of downtown's arts and entertainment scene.
All rooms are private and there is a choice to suit your needs and budget - from single rooms to five-individual-bed rooms. The 155-room facility has full air-conditioning, mini fridges, guest area kitchens, TV lounge rooms, wireless Internet access, laundry rooms, meeting rooms, a coffee bar in the lobby and so much more!
Located 2 blocks from GM place and 3 blocks from SkyTrain, the YWCA Hotel is just a stroll away from Robson Street, the city's popular and famous shopping mecca. A 15 minute walk will take you to the YWCA Health + Fitness Centre where you can enjoy the state-of-the-art fitness facility in the downtown core
791 Pandora Avenue, V8W 1N9, Victoria, British Columbia
Tollfree: (888) 888-4180, Tel: (250) 385-1788, Fax: (250) 385-1780
Email: email@example.com Website: www.oceanisland.com
Cost: Dorms from $22.50 to $28/bed/night
Private Rooms from $29.50 to $83
Comments: Located in beautiful downtown Victoria, Ocean Island has a wide array of rooms to suit your budget and lifestyle. You can choose from comfortable 4 or 6 bed dorms or private rooms in all shapes and sizes, from mini rooms to family rooms to hotel-quality suites with TVs and ensuite bathrooms. We also have a in-house café lounge, serving up great food and drinks, live music, and special events throughout the week.
When you stay with us, you get: free WiFi; laundry facilities; a fridge in every room; a huge communal kitchen; pay parking; and the best front desk staff in town, on hand 24 hours a day to laugh at your jokes, answer your questions and ensure your stay is safe and happy. Ocean Island Inn is minutes away from Chinatown, the Inner Harbour, the Empress Hotel and the Royal BC Museum. With easy access to public transit, ferries, and the airport, we're a great home base for exploring Victoria and the rest of Vancouver Island too!
Activities at Ocean Island Inn | Backpackers | Suites:
|1. Whale Watching Start off the day by booking with Ocean Island for discounted whale watching, then spend a couple hours spotting Orcas, Humpbacks, Grey Whales, and other marine life.||Summer Activity Activity (April to October)|
|2. Museums and Gardens The Royal BC Museum boasts world class features like the showstopper First Nations exhibit, Thunderbird Park, and the National Geographic IMAX theatre. If you\'re not into museums, the internationally acclaimed Butchart Gardens is just out of town and easily reachable by public transit. The perfectly manicured gardens cover fifty acres and host over half a million visitors every year.|
|3. Hiking / Biking With an expanding network of trails, rural routes and urban roads with bike lanes, it is no wonder there are more cyclists in Victoria, per capita, than any other Canadian city. Try the Galloping Goose, the Seaside Route, or the Lochside Trail to experience all the different landscapes of Southern Vancouver Island.|
1608 Quadra Street, V8W 2L4, Victoria, British Columbia
Tollfree: 1-877-381-3210, Tel: (250) 381-3210, (250)-294-2025, Fax: (250) 294 2025
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.turtlehostel.ca
Cost: Cost from $20 to $28; $30- $40 for private room per person); $40-$58 for private double room for two people
Comments: This is the funkiest hostel in town and under a friendly new ownership.
An old Victorian house full of character and newly renovated throughout,under new ownership. Conveniently downtown, one can get to nearly everywhere on foot within 10 minutes, or pick up a bus a block away. Beaches, Inner Harbour, Nightlife and Malls are close by. It is also unquestionably the cheapest deal to be found in Victoria, with weekly rates even easier on the traveller's budget.
The homey feel lends itself to socializing and getting feedback about places all over Canada and the rest of the world.
A really multicultural trampoline from which to explore Vancouver Island and British Columbia or to chill out for a while after coming from the buzz of a large city. Victoria is unique and the Turtle Refuge Hostel makes sure your stay is unique too. Asian friendly.
Some recent comments from travellers:
Had a great stay, Very clean.
John (USA) Mar 5, 09
The Turtle Hostel is very welcoming with friendly staff and people. Everything is clean and it has a relaxed atmosphere. You can tell the staff really trusts their clients. Thanks so much Turtle Hostel!
Erica (Olympia, Washington) Feb 28,09
The Turtle Hostel is wonderful with friendly staff and friendly turtles. Everything is clean and the atmosphere epitomizes.
Olga (Olympia, Washington) Feb 28, 09
Thanks for the stay! The service was very friendly and the rooms were nice and clean. Overall, a nice place to stay!
Asha and Linda, Feb 19, 09
Thank you Sue and Mr. He for our great stay at Turtle Hostel here in Victoria. Rooms were clean and nice and people very very friendly. Keep on traveling. Peace and Love.
Clemens and Caroline (Germany & Sweden) Feb 18, 09
Pleasant stay, Turtle Hostel is quiet, clean and comfortable.
Joy (Singapore) Feb 16, 09
Very comfortable and laid back, Easy access to shops, bus station etc.
Activities at Turtle Hostel:
|1. Visit Buschard Gardens||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Whale Watching||Summer Activity Activity|
2117 Nordic Dr., V0N 1B2, Whistler, British Columbia
Tel: (604) 932-4545,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.firesidelodge.org
Cost: Dorms: $30/night summer $35/night winter
Private rooms: start at $70/night summer, and $90/night winter based on double occupancy
Comments: Our lodge is a family type members club that also takes the general public. We take pride in the fact that we offer a quiet and clean environment that is close to the village and skiing. We have both dorm style accommodation as well as private rooms. Enjoy our large communal, well stocked kitchen, comfortable lounge with fireplace and games room with free pool, ping pong and fooseball tables. You can also relax after a big day of skiing or mountain biking in our sauna. We have lots of free parking or walk a short distance to the transit bus stop.
Activities at Fireside Lodge:
|1. Snowsports World class skiing/snowboarding, one of the best downhill mountainbike parks in the world, also x-country skiiing, within walking distance of the hostel!||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking Within walking distance of the hostel!|
|3. Frisbee-golf Within walking distance of the hostel!||Summer Activity Activity|
2102 Lake Placid Drive, V0N 1B2, Whistler, British Columbia
Tel: (604) 932-3644 (reservations) lodge: (604) 938-6477, Fax: (604) 932-0551
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.southsidelodge.com
Cost: $35.00 and up
Comments: Whistler Snowboard Tours Ltd.(WST) was established to help Snowboarders and Skiers access the unlimited freeriding terrain of Whistler Blackcomb, at a reasonable price. In addition to providing long term accomadation close to the lift, we also sell discounted lift tickets and seasons passes. Ride more, Spend less.
Activities at Southside Lodge:
|1. Downhill Skiing||Winter Activity Activity|
|2. Snowboarding||Winter Activity Activity|
|3. Mountain Biking||Summer Activity Activity|
100 Button Street, R0B 0E0, Churchill, Manitoba
Tel: (204) 675-2001 , Fax: (204) 675-2001
Email: email@example.com Website: www.blueskymush.com
Cost: $40/night plus taxes per person (blackout dates apply)
Advanced bookings only
Comments: Visit Churchill Manitoba, Beluga Whale and Polar Bear Capital of the World! Stay at the best B&B in Town, located on the edge of the Tundra within walking distance of all town amenities.This rate includes a hearty breakfast made with fresh ground Manitoba Wheat and Tundra Berries each morning. Dogsled/cart rides or hiking can be arranged at an additional fee of $94.50/person (including taxes).
We have one private room with a double bed. There are blackout periods for these rates, so travellers must call us directly to confirm dates available.
26 Hearne Street, R0B 0E0, Churchill, Manitoba
Tel: (204) 675-2819,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: polarbearbandb.web.fc2.com
Cost: Single room $50 / $70; double room $90 / $120; 4-bed room $160 / $220
taxes included, full breakfast provided
10% discount for HI members or with student card during off-season
Comments: friendly atmosphere, free wireless internet, full breakfast, owned by fellow traveller. Owner originally came to Churchill in 1978 and I can provide best advice for sights to see, tours, deals, etc
Our room rates and benefits are comparable to a youth hostel
Free bicycle use and wireless internet. Full breakfast is provided.
We can arrange:
|1. Polar Bear Watching||Winter Activity Activity (October 10 to November 20)|
|2. Whale Watching Beluga whales are abundant in July and August particularly, for watching.||Summer Activity Activity (July and August)|
|3. Bird Watching There is great Bird Watching here in June. You can also see the beautiful ice flows and also seals during that month.||Summer Activity Activity (June)|
51 Franklin St., R0B 0E0, Churchill, Manitoba
Tollfree: 1-800-265-8563, Tel: (204) 675-8831, Fax: (204) 675-2764
Email: email@example.com Website: www.tundrainn.com
Cost: $35 (inc tax) dorm bed, $80/night private room (tax inc) with shared bath, $121/night private room with private bath. HI and other member discounts
Comments: Tundra House Hostel is a warm and cozy 6 bedroom property in the small Northern town of Churchill Manitoba. Located on the coast of the Hudson Bay, and only accessible by rail or air, it is a mecca for the adventurous seeking Arctic Wildlife, Northern Lights, and a unique Cultural experience.
Tundra House Hostel is open from December until October (i.e. closed in October and November). A warm and cozy 6 bedroom property featuring a variety of bunk bed accommodation and private rooms to suit all budgets and needs. The property has full kitchen for use, shared bathrooms and boasts free Wi-fi, cable TV, laundry, and linens.
Tundra House is close to all restaurants and The Northern grocery store, and just a stones throw from the Tundra Pub. Tundra Pub is open seasonally from June until December and serves warm and hearty 'pub grub' with a Northern twist. Featuring a late night menu, cheap wing nights, excellent vegetarian options, weekly live entertainment, and beer, Tundra Pub is the place to be!
The Tundra Inn (our 'mother property') is a 31 room hotel with private rooms with private bath and is located across the road. Churchill is world famous for it's Beluga Whales (July/Aug), Polar Bears (starting July until Nov) and Northern Lights (Jan/Feb/Mar). Dog sledding, snow shoeing & nature hikes are also popular.
Located in the remote town on Churchill, Manitoba, Tundra House Hotel is a quick 5 minute walk from the local train station and 7kms from the airport. Right in the heart of the town, it is accessible walking distance to local restaurants and bars, tour operators, Parks Canada and the Eskimo Museum. The Hudson Bay 'Beach' is 2 minutes walk away and if you are keen, you can go for a dip when it is not frozen!
Activities at Tundra House Hostel:
|1. Whale Watching Come to Churchill and watch the Beluga Whales|
|2. Watch the Northern Lights The Northern Lights are viewed quite well in Churchill.|
|3. Snowmobiling Snowmobiling as well as snowshoeing are fun to do in Churchill.|
168 Maryland Street, R3G 1L3, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tollfree: (800) 743-4423, Tel: (204) 772-1272, Fax: (204) 772-4117
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: backpackerswinnipeg.com
Cost: $25.00 (dorm) with student card; $27 without; Private rooms from $50.00 + $10 per person (up to 3 people per room)
Comments: A restored Victorian home near the downtown of Winnipeg, Guest House offers affordable, quality tourist accommodation with private and semi-private rooms, kitchen facilities, laundry, air conditioning, games room, TV/VCR/DVD's, Bar-B-Q, Internet Access, Free Wi-Fi,and tourist information. A ten minute walk from downtown and close to many restaurants, grocery, and pubs.
370 Langside Street, R3B 0M2, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Tel: Office: (204) 789-1486; Cell: (204) 227-9984, Fax: (204) 774-5519
Email: email@example.com Website: uwhostel.com
Cost: Single Dorm (Based on Single Occupancy)
$58/night + 17% taxes (stays less than 7 days)
$260/week + 12% taxes (stays 7 days or more, less than a month)
$625/month (no taxes)
Double Dorm (Based on Double Occupancy)
$58/night/person + 17% taxes ($116/double dorm)
$260/week/person + 12% taxes ($520/double dorm)
$625/month/person (no taxes) ($1250/double dorm)
VIP Suites (Based on Single Occupancy; Double Occupancy add $20/night)
$78/night + 17% taxes
$355/week + 12% taxes
$1035/month (no taxes)
Comments: McFeetors Hostel is located in the heart of downtown just minutes away from UWinnipeg's main campus. It is a LEED Silver certified building with generous natural lighting and an energy-efficient design located on the new Furby-Langside Campus.
McFeetors Hostel offers modern, air-conditioned, fully furnished single and double dorms, each with their own private bathroom. Linens are provided and changed weekly. Hostel guests have access to common entertainment/lounge areas with foosball tables and wall-mounted flat-screen TVs with basic cable and DVD players, as well as laundry facilities operated by Smart Card technology, available 24/7.
Hostel guests are able to access the wireless Guest Network in the lobby and lounges at McFeetors Hall, free of charge. VIP suite guests also have access to a private wireless network in their suites. For access to public computers, guests are welcome to go to the university campus, a short three minute walk from McFeetors Hall, and use the public access computers on the fourth floor, directly in front of the library.
Guests must book for a minimum of 3 nights.
Activities at UWinnipeg Downtown Hostel:
|1. Day at The Forks Six thousand years ago someone thought the Forks would be a great place to meet. Centuries later, it still is. In fact The Forks has played an integral role in the history of our city for many centuries. One of the loveliest public spaces in Winnipeg and a \'must see\' for any visitor, The Forks is an expanse of riverside property in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. A meeting place for thousands of years, it is the city\'s most popular gathering place, attracting nearly four million visitors each year. For all inquiries regarding The Forks please call 1-888-942-6302.|
|2. Assiniboine Park Nestled along the banks of the Assiniboine River, the Assiniboine Park has 378 acres of dense forest and rolling fields, making it a perfect get away place for locals and visitors alike. There are picnic areas, playground areas, a cricket pitch, paved walking trails, and rugged paths for cyclists. The Leo Mol Sculpture Garden is located in the park, as is the Park Pavilion, an art gallery and restaurant. During the summer, the stage is the sight of various ballet and music performances. The English Garden is beautiful; the duck pond is a favorite for families. The zoo is also on the grounds of this park. So you can see why this attraction is at the heart of the city of Winnipeg.|
|3. Osborne Village From its early days as the bohemian meeting place to today\'s hip and vibrant shopping and dining district, Osborne Village represents Winnipeg\'s eclectic and artistic heart. For decades, people of all ages and perspectives have made the Village an exciting place to gather. Ready for some remarkable shopping? Want to try out that exciting new restaurant? A thrilling night-out on the town? The Village is the place to look. Fabulous retail adventures and dining await you at Winnipeg\'s most unique and hip neighborhood.|
1 Ritchie St., E3N 3G1, Campbellton, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 759-7044, Fax: (506) 759-7403
Cost: Female dorm-room beds: $25.00 per person per night
Male dorm-room beds: $25.00 per person per night
Discount offered to HI cardholders
Group rates available
Comments: Canada's only operating Lighthouse Hostel is situated on the banks of the world renowned Restigouche River.
Campbellton is the entry point to Atlantic Canada set amid the Appalachians one of the world's oldest mountain ranges which allows for a spectacular view at any time of the year.
|1. Salmon Festival Many events, new and traditional, are organized for all ages. These include: Canada Day celebrations with giant fireworks, salmon suppers, and shows with live bands, parade and much more.||Summer Activity Activity (June 28th to July 7th 2013)|
|2. Bluegrass Campout Come and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Restigouche River, the Bay of Chaleur and the Appalachian Mountain Range while listening to a weekend filled with lots of great bluegrass music - don\'t forget your lawn chair!!||Summer Activity Activity (August 2nd to August 4th 2013)|
|3. Sugarloaf Bike Park Sugarloaf Bike Park/Atlantic Canada\'s only Lift-Serviced Bike Park - Sugarloaf Provincial Park\'s newly expanded downhill bike park. The trails are jam packed with burms, table tops, drops, step ups and wooden features making a trip to Sugarloaf Park a must!||Summer Activity Activity|
621 Churchill Row, E3B 1P5, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 450-4417,
Cost: Dorm: $35/night; $45.00 private room (single);
$60.00 (family room), + $15/person after the first three people
tax is already included in the price
group rates also available
Comments: The Fredericton International Hostel is located in historic Rosary Hall in downtown Fredericton. Nearby are greenspaces, museums, art galleries, shops and restaurants, bike and walking trails, Fredericton Farmer's Market, Officer's Square, Kings Landing, and Science East, a science centre for kids. In the hostel we have 10 bathrooms, shared kitchens, lounge areas, games room, and a book exchange. Outside is a BBQ, picnic tables, and patio chairs. There is free well lit parking on sight. Fredericton International Hostel is central, friendly and open all year round.
368 Forest Hill Road, E3B 5G3, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 460-0328, Fax: (506) 460-0312
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: w3.stu.ca/stu/sites/conference/
|1. Farmer's Market The popular Fredericton Farmer\'s Market is on Saturday mornings|
|2. King's Landing Historical Settlement Take a tour of King\'s Landing--a historical settlement, 15 minutes outside of Fredericton||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Saint John River Cruise Book a little cruise on the Saint John River.||Summer Activity Activity|
15 Cole Crescent, E1N 6K2, Miramichi, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 352-0252, Fax: (506) 352-0252
Email: TheHostel@rogers.com Website: www.the-officers-quarters.com
Cost: All rooms are private rooms.
Single or Twin (bare bed, July and August only): $20/ person
Single or Twin (includes sheets, towels, bed cover and blankets, July and August only): $25 / person
Queen Bed for Two (includes sheets, towels, bed cover and blankets, available all year): $50
Comments: We are located in a quiet, easily accessible area of the ex-Air Base called Curtis Park. The Hostel is located on two bus routes; and just a short distance to Hwy 11 if you are arriving by car or bike. It is also an easy walk to historic Chatham centre where there are several things to experience.
The Hostel provides an inexpensive way to see the sights and experience, 'life on the river'. We have Dorm Rooms for 4 people (Bunks); as well as all Private Rooms for one or two (themed private rooms); the "Officers Lounge" with a TV and Pool Table; The Sauna and the Exercise Room should be ready for the summer. We offer a well stocked kitchen, as well as Bathrooms (Men's and Ladies); Laundry facilities; a bicycle to borrow and picnic tables outside for enjoying the evening. Bar-B-Q is also available. A complementary Continental Breakfast is offered during July and August, (Cereal & Milk, Tea or Coffee, and toast & Jam).
What is the Miramichi? Miramichi-ites refer to this 'collection of towns' as "here on the River". Miramichi is a spread out collection of picturesque old towns and villages along both sides of the wide and Mighty Miramichi River.
Highlights of Miramichi:
|1. Water Sports Take a 3 hour trip Tubing Trip down the Upper Mirimichi River. It is a very good run||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Festivals Ongoing festivals all year|
|3. Riverboat Tour Take a Riverboat Tour for a 2 hr cruise on the Upper Mirimichi River. It is a very popular activity|
47 Fleet Street, E1C 1S1, Moncton, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 854-8155, cell: (506) 530-0905,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.monctonhostel.ca
Cost: Mixed dorm-room beds starts at $30.00 + 13% HST per person per night
Female dorm-room beds starts at $33.00 + HST per person per night
Private Double Room: starts at $70.00 + HST
*prices include free internet & free breakfast
Comments: Built in 1884, this historic downtown building was converted into a hostel in the summer of 2006. The C'mon Inn hostel is only a 5 minute walk to the bus and train stations, grocery stores, banks, pubs and everything you could want or need. Small, clean and friendly, this hostel offers free linen, free lockers, free internet, no curfew and spacious lounges. Dorm beds and private rooms are available. Reservations recommended. Just C'mon Inn and make yourself at home! Le service vous est offert en français Également.
Activities at C'Mon Inn:
|1. Visit Fundy National Park Visit the Fundy National Park (the highest and lowest tides in the world!!), or experience the world-famous Hope Well Rocks.|
|2. Swimming Enjoy a swim in the Atlantic ocean or relax on our many sandy beach dunes, or better yet...let\'s get a hostel crew together and enjoy a bonfire!|
|3. Eat Lobster You can go for a cruise on the bay of Shediac and learn how to fish and eat lobster! Come in August during official fishing season and I (Monique) will teach you how to eat lobster....LOCAL STYLE!!!||Summer Activity Activity (August)|
52 Dorchester Street, E2L 3H9, Saint John, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 214-3276, cell: (506) 650-7258,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.newmanhousehostel.wix.com/newman-house
Nightly Rates (add 13% tax)
|1. Outdoor Activities Hiking,Biking,Triathlon. Saint John has a wonderful park open year round in its midst. Winter cross country trails are groomed or go hiking /snowshoeing around the lakes and skating on the outdoor Lily Lake rink weather permitting from late December to Early March. From May through October, bicycle,kayak and canoe rentals are available onsite as well as horses for hire. Watch out for Canada geese, lots of ducks, deer, fox, deer and maybe moose on the back trails or go visit at the zoo or play golf all within the park. Come to watch or participate in our annual Triathlon.|
|2. On the Water Boating/diving/whale watching. Enjoy ocean kayaking or shoot the rapids in our Reversing Falls by sea kayak or jet boat rides . Whether sighted on tour by tall ship or by catamaran, whales are guaranteed to be spotted in the Bay of Fundy.|
|3. Local Cultural Activities Enjoy a night at the Imperial Theatre year round. This theater was originally used for vaudeville and then early cinemas. It has been lovingly restored and has wonderful productions, plays, comedy, opera, and local artists. Enjoy one of many walking tours to learn the historical significance of this port city or participate in one of many festivities on the Boardwalk with lots of local musical talent from May through October. Hockey night with our own Seadogs in our Harbour Station rink is a must see for anyone coming to Canada from October to May.|
100 Tucker Park Road, E2L 4L5, Saint John, New Brunswick
Tel: (506) 648-5755 , Fax: (506) 648-5762
Email: email@example.com Website: www.unbsj.ca/resconf
Cost: single room: $34.00 per night plus HST
double room: $47.00 per night plus HST
2 bedroom suite (with kitchen): $72.00 per night plus HST
Comments: located minutes from Uptown and next to Rockwood Park. Residence Amenities: free laundry facilities, high speed internet in all rooms, wireless internet in study lounges, cooking facilities, tv lounges, secure buildings. Tim Horton's on campus. Gymnasium and fitness facilities for use. We provide bed and bath linens in all guest rooms.
Activities at Sir James Dunn Residence, UNB Saint John:
|1. Visit Rockwood Park Visit Rockwood Park and try the Stonehammer Geopark experience. Visit the only Geopark in North America. Guided Tours available||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Jetboat Ride Take the Reversing Rapids JetBoat ride and experience this water adventure while enjoying a tour of Saint John!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Local Attractions Wander the streets of Historical Uptown Saint John, visit the Saint John City Market, take a waterfront stroll along Harbour Passage or visit the unique Uptown Shopping District|
42 John Cabot Drive, A0C 1B0, Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tollfree: (877) 468-7741, Tel: (709) 468-7741,
Cost: Dorm rooms $30.00 + HST; Private rooms: $59.00 + HST
Comments: Transportation can be provided from St.John's to Bonavista, by Shirran's Transportation. Reservations can be made by calling 1 877 468 7741. Daily trips leaving St.Johns between 1:30 and 2:30.
*on site laundry facilities
*kitchen and laundry facilities
*wireless internet provided
*located 300km outside of St. John's
Bonavista is famous for the first landing by John Cabot in North America, icebergs, fishing, the Bonavista lighthouse, whales, and the largest puffin grounds in North America. So much to see here and also in neighbouring Trinity!
Activities at Bonavista Hostel:
|1. Whale Watching|
|2. Exploring Nature Puffins are very popular in and around Bonavista in Puffin season.|
|3. Explore Historic Sites|
19 North Tickle Road, A0G 1R0, Change Islands, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tel: text only: (709) 422-1561,
Cost: Dorm bed: $30
Private Room: $45 single/$60 double
Comments: Grand Opening in May 15th 2014!
Experience life in an authentic and genuine Newfoundland outport!! A wonderful destination for hikers, kayakers, trail runners, and artists. Located in Central Newfoundland along the north coast adjacent to Fogo Island, this community is located within a one day drive from the City of St John’s, Gros Morne National Park and the Port aux Basques ferry from North Sydney.
WIFI is available at nearby A.R.Scammell Academy School Library.
Activities at Change Islands Retreat (The Pink House):
|1. Hiking Hike the Squid Jiggers Trail and other hiking trails on Change Islands where you may see an iceberg or whales.\n\n\n\n||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Visit the Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary Change Islands Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary is a must. The photo has been provided with permission by renowned photographer Andrew Danson (http://www.atlanticphoto.ca).\n\n||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Visit the Olde Shoppe Museum Olde Shoppe Museum, Change Islands is a top notch private collection of items from the past|
20 University Drive, A2H 5G4, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tollfree: 1-866-494-3548, Tel: (709) 637-6255, Fax: (709) 637-6201
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.grenfell.mun.ca/conference-services
Cost: 2014 Rates (please quote backpackers.ca to receive these rates):
Single Dorm Room: Student Rate of $27 +HST/Night (must show valid student ID)
Single Dorm Room: Adult Rate of $38 +HST/Night
Chalet-Style Apartments (for groups of 4 or more): $37.50 + HST/Night based on occupancy of 4
Weekly and Monthly rates also available-call or email for details
Comments: Grenfell Campus offers ideal accommodations for your travel adventures! Located in the heart of Corner Brook, NL, the university is nestled among the hills of the folded and faulted Long Range Mountains in the scenic Humber Valley. Winter travelers have very easy access to the wonders of Marble Mountain-one of the best ski hills in Eastern North America and summer vacationers can experience a true sense of Newfoundland culture through the many festivals, theatre and music productions that take place here.
Come and experience world-renowned Newfoundland hospitality. Grenfell Campus offers all the amenities of a three star hotel in a University campus setting! All of our rooms have telephones with no-charge local calls and internet access. Laundry and recreational facilities are available. All accommodations have private bedrooms and shared washrooms. The Chalet Apartments have private bedrooms with shared washrooms, living/dining room and full kitchen facilities. Minutes from downtown, there is nearby shopping, hiking and local attractions. Leave the burdens of everyday life behind and let us offer you a breath of fresh air! A journey to Newfoundland and Labrador is like no other and we welcome you!
Marble Zip Tours: an experience like no other in the province!
Activities at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland:
|1. Hiking / Biking Hike or Bike the Corner Brook Stream Trail. The trails winds through the city, following meandering Corner Brook Stream. The trail is groomed and has rest areas throughout the three diverse sections of the trail. Each section features different sceneries such as a natural gorge or spectacular panoramic views of the city.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Fishing Fish Salmon on the Humber Valley. The mighty Humber River is known as one of the North America\'s best Atlantic Salmon Rivers. Salmon anglers from all over the world travel here to take advantage of the slow deep steadies to cast for the champion Atlantic salmon. Out of province visitors require a fishing license and a licensed guide.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Outdoor Activities Gros Morne National Park is approximately a 1.5 hour drive from Corner Brook. The Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has great natural beauty with a rich variety of wildlife and outdoor recreational activities. Visitors can hike through wild uninhabited mountains and camp by the sea. Boat tours are also available.|
Julia Ann Walsh Centre, Hospital Lane, A0K 3V0, Norris Point, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tel: (709) 458-8880, Fax: (709) 458-3073
Email: email@example.com Website: www.norrispoint.ca/files/BonneBayHostel.pdf
Cost: Dorm $30.00
Private Double Room $45.00
Comments: Our hostel is located in the heart of Gros Morne National Park, Overlooking beautiful Bonne Bay and Tablelands, Close to indoor seasonal swimming pool, boat tours and hiking trails. Public library and internet access within the same building as hostel. Within walking distance to hospital, stores and local restaurants.
Prefer contact by phone: (709)-458-2252
Activities at Norris Point International Hostel:
|1. Boat Tours||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Hiking We have lots of hiking trails|
|3. Water Sports Sea kayaking is especially popular.||Summer Activity Activity|
18 Gower Street, A1C 1N1, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tel: (709) 754-4789, Fax: (709) 754-1570
Cost: Dorm bed $33.00 + taxes
Private room $79.00 +taxes
Private with bathroom is $89.00 +taxes
Comments: Newly renovated, HI-St. John's is located in the heart of the city, at 18 Gower St...also known in St. John's as "Jelly Bean Row" for it's unique and colorful heritage homes.
We are close to shopping, restaurants, supermarkets and bus stop...and of course, only minutes away from the nightlife on George Street, where you find the most pubs and bars per square meter in North America!
Avalon Adventures is on site to provide tourist information or to plan customized tours and excursions, whether is be around the city or along the coast to catch icebergs and whales.
Activities at HI City Hostel, St. John's:
|1. Whale Watching With Avalon Adventures on-site, meet whales, puffins and maybe even an iceberg.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Visit Mistaken Point Fossil Site Fossils of the world\'s oldest multicellular organisms, up to 575 million years old.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Tour of St. John's Visit all our famous landmarks such as Signal Hill, Quidi Vidi Village and all our city\'s great hidden treasures!|
Hatcher House, Memorial University, A1B 3P7, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tel: 1-800-730-7657, Fax: (709) 737-6705
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.grenfell.mun.ca/community-education/conference-services/Pages/accomodations.aspx
Cost: Students, seniors, MUN alumni: $30.00 single; $50.00 double occupancy
Casuals: $35.00 single; $55.00 double occupancy.
*Rates exclusive of taxes
Comments: We are located in the heart of the historic City of St. John's. We offer Affordable, Clean, Friendly, Convenient and Safe accommodations. Newfoundland - the Far East of the Western World.
Rocky Hill Road, A0C 2H0, Trinity East, Newfoundland and Labrador
Tel: (709) 557-2015,
Email: email@example.com Website: skerwinkhostel.com
Cost: Dorm bed: $29 + tax; Private: $59 + tax
Comments: The Skerwink Hostel is situated in the beautiful fishing village of Trinity East. The hostel is conveniently located 300 meters (less than 5 minutes walk) from the Skerwink Trail. The Skerwink Trail was voted one of the three best trails in Canada and is classed as one of the top ten trails in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine. This spectacular Atlantic coastline hosts an abundance of attractions: coastal and inland hikes, kayaking, fishing, wildlife, (including moose, puffins, whales, capelin, eagles, and more), and iceberg sightings. Come stay with us and discover Newfoundland by bike, boat, foot, car or kayak.
Activities at Skerwink Hostel:
|1. Hiking Hiking, Kayaking, Cycling||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Kayaking||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Cycling||Summer Activity Activity|
10705 Highway #105, B0E 3M0, Baddeck-Whycocomagh, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: 1-866-718-LAKE (5253), Tel: (902) 756-2750,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.bearonthelake.com
Cost: Discount offered to VIP, HI and ISIC card holders.
Dorm beds (4-6 person rooms) $28 pp (discount) $32 (regular price)
Prices include tax, linens, free internet, use of kitchen/BBQ, free games and more!
Private $73 per room (discount) $79 per room (reg price)
Private rooms also include free towels, shared reading room, bathroom and private deck overlooking the lake.
Comments: Guests may check in anytime after 4 pm and must check out before 10 am.
Bear on the Lake sits on Salt Mountain, overlooking the beautiful Bras D'or Lakes of Cape Breton Island. We're just down the road from The Cabot Trail, National & Provincial Parks, Baddeck and the beach. We're also amongst world class sailing, hiking, kayaking and whale watching! Sit back, relax and watch the eagles soar overhead and the moose walk across the front lawn!
|1. Hiking World class hiking in our backyard amongst moose,amazing waterfalls and great views!|
|2. Sailing Cruise around the islands and in front of Alexander Graham Bell\'s house while the captain tosses fish to the eagles!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Water Sports Kayaking: All levels welcome for this stunning flat water paddle with stops for a snack and beach visit||Summer Activity Activity|
168 Queen Street, B0V 1A0, Digby, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 245-4573,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.digbyhostel.com
Cost: $30 per night (dorm bed), breakfast included
private room = $65 per night, breakfast included
We are located right near the Bay of Fundy, with its’ highest tides in the world and some of North America’s best whale watching. Species regularly seen are humpback whales, fin whales, and minke whales. White sided dolphins, propoises and seals are other regular sights. Occasionally orca’s, leatherback turtles, sunfish, beluga’s and the rare North Atlantic Right whales are spotted as well.
Digby, also known as the Scallop Capital of the World, offers fresh succulent seafood, you might even get to buy your scallops or lobster right from the boat. Otherwise there is a great little seafood market walking distance from the hostel. Watching the fishermen at work is a true eye-opener. The oceanfront boardwalk offers great views of the colourful scallop fleet. You can rent sea kayaks right from the waterfront, or enjoy an afternoon sailing with the local sailors every Wednesday and Sunday in season. We also offer bicycle rentals right from the hostel.
Digby is the perfect starting point for many daytrips:
What we offer:
The Digby Backpackers Inn is a home-style hostel. We are located right in town, a few hundred meters from waterfront boardwalk, fishermen's wharf, restaurants and shops. A spacious common living room with board games, tv, guitar and book exchange; large fully equipped kitchen and plenty of outdoor space are part of the deal. The balcony offers waterview, bbq and a fire pit for a fun night. Our bunkbeds are sturdy and non-squeeky and bathrooms are newly renovated.
Included in the rate are all bed linens, towels, breakfast and wifi.
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|1. Whale Watching In the Bay of Fundy is some of the best whale watching in the world. Most companies leave from Digby Neck, just outside Digby (you will need some form of transportation to get here!)||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Seafood Feasts Come to Digby for succulent seafood feasts! Clam digging, seafood chowder suppers, lobster feasts, or try some of the famous Digby Scallops. We\'re the Scallop Capital of the World for good reason!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Hiking / Biking Bicycle to Bear River (village on stilts), or Prim Point Lighthouse. Hike the Balancing rock trail, or go for the amazing views and hike up Mount Shubel.||Summer Activity Activity|
951 Highway 2, B0M 1K0, Five Islands, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 254-8088,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mosatfiveislands.com
Cost: private room: $65 + tax per night (sleeps two); $95 + tax for group room up to 6 people
Comments: A hostel, art gallery, used bookstore, community center and a café with a wood-fired pizza oven, Mo's is a place with an identity issue.
Mo's is set in the small rural community of Five Islands on the shore of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia. The Bay of Fundy is home of the highest tides in the world, rising up to 50 feet in some areas The area is calmly beautiful and offers hiking trails, waterfalls, crystals, fossils, rare stones, blueberry fields and abundant wildlife. Fresh fish is sold from local boats and clams can be bought fresh or dug for free. The one steeple village overlooks the islands, named Moose, Diamond, Long, Egg and Pinnacle. Check out www.notsincemoses.com and www.fiveislandsretreat.com for information and pictures of the islands.
Mo's is a historic general store refurbished now a place for the community to gather. Spend an afternoon at Mo's reading in our comfy chairs, have a cup of Just Us! coffee or a bowl Mo's famous seafood chowder and share some stories while enjoying the colourful atmosphere. In the warmth of our wood-fired oven, have a pizza accompanied by local wines or beer. Mo's hosts live music, a lounge with a dance area, art openings, open mics, yoga, softball games, workshops and discussion groups.
We offer two dorm rooms and we have a double room with a queen size bed. We have a sunny common space, a full kitchen with a stove and a refrigerator, a TV room, free computer, wireless and laundry facilities. Out back there is a porch overlooking the garden, fire pit, valley and hills beyond.
Five Islands Provincial Park is a 637- hectare wilderness haven just down the road from Mo's. The park has hiking trails and beautiful scenery overlooking the Five Islands. Sunsets are stunning. Ask about hiking the beach at low tide.
Nearby Parrsboro offers local theatre (www.shipscompany.com), paragliding lessons (www.pegasusparagliding.com), tai chi, a geology museum, music and more (www.thehall.ca).
Activities at Mo's at Five Islands:
|1. Clamming You can dig, cook and eat your clams on the mud flats.||Summer Activity Activity (May to October)|
|2. Hiking Hike in the woods and along the cliffs of the shore line.|
|3. Campfires / Clam bakes Clam bakes on the beach are very popular.||Summer Activity Activity (June to September)|
Dalhousie University, B3H 4R2, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: 1-888-271-9222, Tel: (902) 494-8840, Fax: (902) 494-1219
Email: email@example.com Website: www.dal.ca/stayatdal
Cost: Tourist Rate: Single Rooms at $48.50; doubles are $75.00 (includes tax)
Student Rate: $31.00 single/night Student Rate; $57.00 double/night
weekly and monthly rates also available
Alumni of Dalhousie University and senior (60+) discount rates too
Comments: Dalhousie University residence rooms are open to individual tourists, groups, conference delegates and summer students. Our accommodations are affordable and daily or weekly rates are available. You can't beat the convenience. If you're here to see the sights, we're within minutes of many Halifax attractions. If you're part of a conference or event, staying on campus keeps you at the centre of activity.
Dalhousie Summer Accommodations offers traditional style residence rooms, both single and double rooms, for the fraction of the price of a hotel. This summer 2013, we being accommodating guests on May 9, and end on August 19th with locations in both the South End of Halifax, and downtown Halifax. Truly everything you need; where you need to be.
Activities at Dalhousie Conference Services and Summer Accommodations:
|1. Visit Citadel Hill Visit the Citadel Hill historic site|
|2. Visit the Halifax Waterfront Shopping/strolling on the Halifax waterfront|
|3. Nightlife Take in the Halifax nightlife: several dining and lounge/bar venues|
2193 Gotingen Street, B3K 3B5, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: (888) 431-3170, Tel: (902) 431-3170,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.halifaxbackpackers.com
Cost: $20.00 (dorm); $57 for private room
Comments: Halifax's newest hostel, located in the heart of Halifax. Locally owned by two young travellers. Come stay with us and experience our Friday night BBQ's Sunday Market, On-site coffee shop and used bookstore, and much more! Minutes to the Marquee Club, the best club in the city!
166 Bedford Highway, B3M 2J6, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: 1-866-405-1805, Tel: (902) 457-6777,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.msvu.ca/stay
Cost: Single: $29.33; Double: $41.06
parking, taxes and linens
Comments: MSVU offers single and double dorm rooms as well as apartment units. MSVU offers backpackers our student rates on singles and doubles; simply mention this website! Located minutes from downtown, MSVU overlooks the Bedford Basin and is on bus routes into the city. Full daily breakfast and access to our on-site fitness centre is included in rates. Group bookings welcome upon request and room availability. Open May to end of August
903 Robie St., Rm 252 Sobey Building (check-in at 5865 Gorsebrook Ave.), B3H 3C3, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: 1-888-347-5555, Tel: (902) 420-5486, Fax: (902) 496-8118
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.smu.ca/conferences
Cost: Special Student Rates:
Single rooms: $34.94 (sleeps 1 person) shared bathroom
Double rooms $67.46 (sleeps 2 people) shared bathroom
Two Bedroom Apartment: $119.95 (sleeps up to 4 people) full kitchen & private bathroom
Three Bedroom Apartment: $119.95 (sleeps up to 3 people) full kitchen & private bathroom
Travel Suite: $62.94 (sleeps 1 person) private bathroom
Single rooms: $49.95 (sleeps 1 person) shared bathroom
Double rooms $79.19 (sleeps 2 people) shared bathroom
*** The above rates include all of the following: hot buffet-style breakfast, all taxes, WIFI, Parking, and gym access at the Homburg Wellness Centre (must be 16+)
Comments: Conference Services invites you to experience maritime hospitality with us at Saint Mary's University. Our compact and modern campus is located on Canada's picturesque East Coast in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, only minutes from the city centre and famous harbor/waterfront district making Saint Mary's the ideal "home base" for exploring and enjoying all the charm and culture our historic city has to offer. We offer single and double rooms, with shared washroom facilities that include towels, linens and an all-you-care-to-eat hot breakfast for one great price. Breakfast is served daily in the Dockside cafeteria from 7:30 am - 9:00 am. We also have apartments available (sleeping up to four) offering a greater degree of privacy.
We look forward to welcoming you to Nova Scotia, Halifax, and Saint Mary's University!
9466 #3 Highway, RR#1, B0J 2E0, Mahone Bay - Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: (866) 549-4522, Tel: (902) 531-5494,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.kiwikaboodle.com
Cost: Dorm room is $28.00 for the first night and $25.00 per night for the second or third nights.
Triple Room is $35.00 each for the first night then $30.00 for the second and third nights.
Double room is $70.00 for the fist night then $65.00 per night for a second or third night.
Comments: Conveniently located on the scenic Lighthouse Route between the very scenic quintessential seaside towns of Mahone Bay, and the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg. You can witness boat builders at work building schooners or dories on the waterfront of even visit the rebuild of Canada's Queen of the Atlantic- The Bluenose which is the sailboat on the dime. You will also find the best Farmers Market in Nova Scotia every Thursday in Lunenburg. The area is perfect for relaxation, a day at the beach, a hike in the woods, sea kayaking at the quant village of Blue Rocks, the area is perfect for biking, there are numerous day trips that can be done from here, the Trans Canada trail passes behind us in the woods, it is a short walk on the road then a logging road to access it, which can be done on mountain bikes. We have ironworks distillery in town and the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival or the Mahone Bay Pirate Festival will have entertainment for everyone. It is not hard to see why TV shows like Haven, Stone Cold, movies like Moby Dick, Dolores Claiborne, Amelia Earhart, and Candles on Bay St were filmed here.
Less than 20 minutes away is Hirtles Beach, a surfers favorite for it's rugged natural beauty, and at the end of the beach is the popular Gaff Point Hiking Trail. To get there you pass the ovens sea caves and the popular Sand Dollar Beach where you can find sand dollars at low tide.
We have a very scenic waterfall a short drive away, with a great swimming hole to cool off in on warm summers days.
We have three sailing companies nearby, one will take a group for five hours stopping on an island for lunch, for less than $200.00. We have shark diving and fishing trips nearby, or a relaxing boat trip around some of the 365 Islands in Mahone Bay, visit a mussel farm, buy some and cook them fresh. We are an hour from Halifax, Peggy's Cove, or the Annapolis Valley.
Free wi-fi, free computer use, No TV, BBQ, Lobster Pot for the popular lobster boil, linens provided absolutely no sleeping bags.
Activities at Kip and Kaboodle Lunenburg Backpackers:
|1. Biking Biking- either on the coastal road connecting the towns of Mahone Bay and Lunenburg or on the Trans Canada Trail, or to the beach, we have Hybrids and mountain bikes to rent here as well as Hiking and Biking tours departing from here.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Sea Kayaking Sea Kayaking- Pleasant Paddling is nearby and will take you for a day to remember, kayaking amongst the seals and sometimes Porpoises.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Sailing Sailing- An evening sail out of Lunenburg on Star Charters or a day trip with Sail Mahone Bay are both exceptional options.||Summer Activity Activity|
16 Prince Street, B0M 1S0, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 254-3167,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: madhatterhostel.webs.com
Cost: Dorm room: $20.00/night
Private double or family room: $50.00/night
Private single room: $35.00/night
Comments: We are a small friendly hostel within 2 minutes from down town. Close to hiking trails, museums, restaurants, shops. Also close to beaches, rock hounding areas, fossil cliffs, and local lore and legend. Within a short drive from areas like Amherst, Springhill, Joggins, River Hebert and Spencers Island.
Activities at Mad Hatter Hostel:
|1. Hunt For Fossils||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Walk on the Beach||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. See the Highest Tides in the World||Summer Activity Activity|
23349 Cabot Trail, B0E 2P0, Pleasant Bay, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Tollfree: 1-(877)-776-0707, Tel: (902) 224-1976 (May to Oct only),
Email: email@example.com Website: www.cabottrailhostel.com
Cost: $27.00 tax included; private room $59 tax included
Comments: Situated near Cape Breton Highlands National Park at Pleasant Bay, nestled between the highlands and the sea, a nature lovers haven, with many excellent hiking trails and wildlife. Come and enjoy fresh Lobster, Snow Crab, Whale Watching, Hiking, Kayaking and Moose Watching. Dorm, private and semi private rooms available. Our price includes all bed linen and duvets. There are whale watching tours by Zodiac and Cape Island style vessels leaving daily within walking distance of the hostel.
Activities at Cabot Trail Hostel -- Pleasant Bay:
|1. Hiking Hike the many trails of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, including the world famous Skyline trail, with it\'s breathtaking views and frequent wildlife sightings. Trails open year round.|
|2. Kayaking Kayak tours are available, half day, full day or overnight guided tours which travel alongside the Cape Breton Highlands coastline, beaches and more with Eagle North Kayaking.||Summer Activity Activity (May to October)|
|3. Whale Watching Pleasant Bay is the whale watch capital of Cape Breton and offers 100% guaranteed whale sightings. Zodiac and regular boats available,within walking distance from the hostel.||Summer Activity Activity (May to October)|
8100 Highway 103, B0T 1T0, Port Mouton, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 947-3140,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wqccda.com/PMhostel/
Cost: dorm rates: $30.00 per night
Comments: Open year round -- Halfway between Halifax and Yarmouth and close to the Kejimikujik Seaside Adjunct National Park. Short distance from 2 large white sand beaches, surfing, hiking, salt and fresh water fishing.
We can accommodate groups up to 30 people. Daily bus service from Halifax to Yarmouth pass by our door.
For info--contact 902-947-3140
or Bill (902) 683-2262 cell:350-1821
or Alice (902) 683-2991 cell:(902) 354 8433
Activities at Port Mouton International Hostel:
|1. Surfing||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Environmental Research|
225 Water Street, Box 1268, B0V 1H0, Westport, Nova Scotia
Tel: (902) 839-2273, Fax: (902) 839-2410
Email: email@example.com Website: www.brierislandhostel.com
Cost: $20.00 (bedding is provided)
Comments: 12 bed hostel, whale watching, 60 km sw of Digby, mouth of the Bay of Fundy, fantastic views.
Come visit Nova Scotia's premiere whalewatching destination! Brier Island Backpackers welcomes you to the scenic beauty and natural wonders of Brier Island. We have 18 beds available including one family room, clean, modern showers and a full kitchen. Enjoy the great harbour view or have a barbeque on the sun deck. Whale watchers welcome!
Activities at Brier Island Backpackers:
|1. Whale Watching You can go for a walk around the shore and see them or take a boattrip right from the dock about half a mile away.|
|3. Relaxing We have a tranquil enviroment. You can watch the tide coming in and out from the living room window. The hostel is in a quiet Nova Scotia fishing village.|
16500 Highway 50, L7E 3T2, Bolton, Ontario
Tel: (905) 880-4855,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.trca.on.ca/enjoy/locations/albion-hills-campground.dot
Cost: Unserviced/Night: $27.00 plus applicable taxes
Serviced/Night: $32.50 plus applicable taxes
Comments: Set in the hills of Caledon on the banks of the Humber River, and in the area of Bolton Ontario, Albion Hills offers remarkable scenery, exciting activities (Splash Pad, Swimming Pool, Hiking, and Mountain Bike Trails) and first-rate facilities â€” only 40 minutes from Toronto! Offering individual serviced and unserviced sites as well as on-site trailer rentals.
Albion Hills is Operated by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).
Albion Hills is the outdoor enthusiasts dream featuring some of the most impressive mountain biking trails in southern Ontario. Explore the beauty of our trails designed for riders of all ages and skill level.
Facilities include full service washrooms, convenience store and laundry.
Activities at Albion Hills Campground:
|1. Hiking||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Swimming Swimming and splash facilities.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Mountain Biking Enjoy mountain bike trails.||Summer Activity Activity|
7625 Finch Avenue West , L6T 0B2 , Brampton, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-855-811-0111 , Tel: (905) 280-2286 ,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.trca.on.ca/enjoy/locations/indian-line-campground.dot
Cost: Unserviced/Night: $28.50 plus applicable taxes
Serviced/Night: $34.00 plus applicable taxes
Comments: Operated by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
With exceptional highway and public transit access to all major Toronto-area attractions, Indian Line Campground offers a more urban adventure. Indian Line Campground is an economical alternative to staying in a hotel while visiting Toronto. Offering individual unserviced, serviced and full service sites.
Facilities include full service washrooms, convenience store and laundry.
Activities at Indian Line Campground:
|1. Swimming We have a swimming pool here||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Visit Canada's Wonderland We are only 20 minutes from Canada\'s Wonderland||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Visit Wild Water Kingdom We are right next door to Wild Water Kingdom||Summer Activity Activity|
50 Stone Rd E. (East Desk, off East Ring Road, off College Ave. East ), N1G 2W1, Guelph, Ontario
Tel: 1-(519) 824-4120 ext.#52694, Fax: (519) 822-1891
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.housing.uoguelph.ca
Cost: Single room $42.00
Double room $64.00
Student room $28.00
Private townhouses $85.00
Comments: The University of Guelph Hostel is set up on the East end of the University of Guelph campus close to our beautiful Arboretum. All accommodations are a short walk to the main University of Guelph campus, and are close to inter-city and Greyhound/GO bus stops.
The University of Guelph Hostel offers 2 styles of accommodation for your summer stays - non-air-conditioned shared apartment style accommodations and air-conditioned private condo style townhouses. Both options have access to a kitchen, dining room and living room.
Additional features that are included with a stay at our hostel include: free parking, free on-campus and local calling from your room phone and free internet (and Ethernet cords). There are also laundry facilities available to all our guests for a cost.
Activities at University of Guelph Hostel:
|1. Guelph Hillside Festival The Guelph Hillside Festival is an annual, outdoor, not-for-profit music festival that features local and national talent.||Summer Activity Activity (Last week of July)|
|2. Visiting the Arboretum The University of Guelph Arboretum offers beautiful trails and free guided walks highlighting the diversity of the plant life in featured gardens and botanical collections.|
|3. Canoeing and Kayaking Come canoeing or kayaking on Speed River! Just a short bus or walk up Gordon St, you can rent canoes and kayaks at the Boathouse Tea Room to explore Guelph\'s Speed River. Afterward, you can try some of the Boathouse\'s delicious ice cream!||Summer Activity Activity (Weather dependent)|
158 Mary Street, L8L 4V8, Hamilton, Ontario
Tel: (289) 440-8035,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.hamiltonguesthouse.info
Cost: Dorm: $CAD25 per night (includes all taxes)
Private Single Room (Potter Room or Faust Room): $40 per night (includes all taxes)
Private Double Room (Henrietta's Room): $60 per night (includes tax)
Comments: Hamilton Guesthouse is conveniently located in downtown Hamilton- we are close to all the major attractions this gorgeous- though underrated- city has to offer. Hamilton itself is ideally situated midway between Niagara Falls and Toronto in Ontario's famous Golden Horseshoe region.
Our Hostel offers clean, comfortable and affordable accommodations for backpackers; budget travelers, and students. Here are just a few of the things we offer our guests:
|1. Art Crawl The second Friday of each month is ArtCrawl. An open door, self guided tour through James St. N art district.||(2nd Friday of each month)|
|2. Hockey AHL Hamilton Bulldogs hockey happens in winter months.||Winter Activity Activity|
|3. Museums Get a 5 museum pass. Explore Dundurn Castle, Whitern, Battlefield, Military Museum and the Childrens Museum.|
75 Bader Lane, K7L 3N8, Kingston, Ontario
Tel: (613) 533-2223, Fax: (613) 533-6624
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: eventservices.queensu.ca
Cost: $49.00 single room; $59.99 double room in Victoria Hall; $99.00 for double air-conditioned room in Leggett Hall. Tax of 13% is extra.
Comments: A stone's throw from Lake Ontario waterfront, Queen's University Residence offers you an economical Bed & Breakfast accommodation choice. Walking distance to downtown Kingston where you have easy access to the famous 1000 Islands Cruises, numerous museums and Kingston's vibrant downtown shops, bars and restaurants. Bedrooms are equipped with one or two single beds,linens, desk and chair. Semi-private washrooms are located across the hall.
Description of Leggett Hall:
Air-conditioned 2-bedroom units. Within the unit are two bedrooms and one 3 piece bathroom. Each bedroom in the unit features a double bed, desk, chair, alarm clock, dresser and closet. Beds have linens and towel/soap are provided. Housekeeping provided every other day. On each floor, visitors share a common room which has a refrigerator, microwave and television. Comfy seating. No china, pots and pans supplied.
Activities at Queen's University Residence:
|1. Visit Fort Henry||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Take a Kingston 1000 Islands Cruise||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Tour Trolley|
1001 Fanshawe College Boulevard, N5Y 5W2, London, Ontario
Tel: (519) 452-4440 ext. 5011,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.uniquevenues.ca/fanshawecollege
Cost: $64.95 for two bedroom suite; $124.40 for four bedroom suite
Comments: Fanshawe College Conference Services has everything you need. Our location is ideal, as we are located close to many attractions and a short 5km from the London International Airport. We offer complimentary continental breakfast and complimentary internet and cable TV. Our accommodations mainly consist of four-bedroom suites and we charge by the suite not by the individual. Parking is also complimentary and we have 24/7 front desk customer service representatives available. Stay at Fanshawe, rest assured.
Ontario Hall, Western University, 230 Sarnia Road, N6G 0N2, London, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-888-661-3545, Tel: (519) 661-3476, Fax: (519) 850-2356
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.stayatwestern.ca
Cost: Daily Economy Rate- $55.00 per person per night
Daily Double Occupancy Rate - $65.00
-weekly & monthly and suite rates also available (see www.stayatwestern.ca for longer term rates)
Comments: ONTARIO HALL - a beautiful new building here at Western - will be the new home to the Western Bed & Breakfast. This state-of-the-art new facility is conveniently located at the corner of Western and Sarnia Roads, and has easy access to parking and countless other amenities. We're thrilled to be able to welcome you to Ontario Hall this year! The Western B&B will open its doors in the new location on Thursday, May 8th and our season finishes on Saturday, August 16th, 2014. Parking is complimentary.
We invite you to come STAY AT WESTERN! Whether you are in London visiting family or friends, attending an event, or studying through the summer, the Western Bed & Breakfast provides you with convenient and affordable semi-private suites.
A TV lounge is available on various floors at the Bed and Breakfast Western. A business centre is open 24-hours a day, and 24-hour customer service is provided by the Front Desk. Breakfast is available. Kitchen facilities will be provided on each floor for guest use. Guests can purchase a day pass to the fitness centre at Western.
London city centre and Masonville Place Shopping Centre are within 10 minutes’ drive from the bed and breakfast at Western University Canada. St. Joseph’s Hospital and London Health Sciences Centre are both 15 minutes’ walk away.
Important information - You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
ROOMS: Furnished, semi-private suites featuring two lockable bedrooms (each with a single beds); one washroom and a large storage closet.
Activities at Western Bed and Breakfast:
|1. Visit East Park Attractions East Park is a unique multi faceted facility centred on an 18 hole executive golf course and waterpark with picturesque picnic areas. East Park combines various activities including go karts, batting cages driving range, mini golf, indoor rock climbing, bumper cars, jungle gym and arcade games. East Park does not charge an entrance fee and parking is always free.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Tree Trunk Tour The Tree Trunk Tour is a co-operative venture involving Tourism London, the City of London, STIHL Canada and the Woodfield Community Association (WCA) who initially developed the tree carving project. Recognizing the \"walking tour\" potential of tree carvings as public art, Tourism London became involved and with the support of STIHL Canada and the City of London, has developed a concentration of tree carvings primarily within the WCA boundaries.|
|3. Museum London and Eldon House The heart of a great museum is its collection and Museum London is proud to have one of Canada\'s most important art collections, and one of the most significant historical artifact collections in Ontario. Our art collection has more than 5,000 regional and Canadian works and our 25,000 artifacts reflect the history of the City of London as an important regional urban centre in Southwestern Ontario. Museum London also operates Eldon House, the oldest single family residence in the City of London, perfectly preserved and furnished with exquisite antiques and treasures. Eldon House was built in 1834 for John and Amelia Harris and remained in the Harris family for four successive generations. In 1960, the Harris family donated Eldon House to the City of London.|
6251 Hwy 17 West, P0H 1V0, Mattawa, Ontario
Tel: (705) 744 5020,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.lauberge.ca
Cost: prices start at $45/person/night (please call for details and other options)
Comments: L'Auberge des Pionniers is a year-round housekeeping cabin resort located near Mattawa, Ontario on TransCanada Highway 17. We are 140 acres of pure Canadian wilderness, situated on the scenic and historic Mattawa River. (Please visit our website for full details.) All guests enjoy the beach and river for swimming, fishing and canoeing, the trails for hiking, biking and skiing, and the Main Lodge with TV, wireless internet, and cozy woodburning stove. The use of canoes, paddle boats, and kayakis is included in your cabin rental. Discover your own special space while canoeing on The River. Hike alone quietly on our myriad of forested trails. Or hang with the gang at the firepit down on the beach under magnificent starlit skies. Be vigilant...for activity abounds, animal and human alike!
We are a pet-free and smoke-free establishment.
"The Hostel" at L'Auberge exists within the normal operations of our beautiful resort. As a result, our hostel guests enjoy the same amenities as noted above, but at significantly reduced rates. Hostelers are accommodated in our recently renovated Duplex Cabins, "Montcalme and Wolfe". Each "cabin unit" has a double bed in one bedroom and two singles in the other (maximum 3 people per unit). Each unit also has it's own 3 piece bath, kitchenette, gas BBQ grill, closed-in front porch, and outside picnic table.
Please indicate that you found us through "backpackers.ca" for the hosteler's rates. For those who prefer their privacy, our other cabins are available at their normal rates.
32990 Hwy. 62 at Hwy 127, at historic Arlington Hotel,, Box 87, K0L 2S0, Maynooth, Algonquin Park, Ontario
Tollfree: (800) 595-8064, Tel: (613) 338-2080, Fax: (613) 338-2080
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.TheArlington.ca
Cost: Dorm $25
Single-occupancy private room $35
Double-occupancy private room $58
Triple-occupancy private room $70
Comments: Welcome to Algonquin Backpackers, an established hostel run by travelers, for travelers. Relax and enjoy your stay in the comfort of our unique century-old frontier hotel. Leave the tourist rush behind and take a step back into Algonquin's history.
Located in the heart of the Algonquin Highlands, surrounded by lakes, forest and unspoiled scenery on the edge of Algonquin Park. But don't expect to see hordes of camera-toting sightseers or lines of buses and campervans. Our tiny village of Maynooth (population 200) is still very much off the beaten path! Get a sense of the frontier in this rustic little village with lots of artists and art shops.
We are conveniently located on the Greyhound bus route. In fact, it stops right outside our door!
In the evening unwind and mingle over some food or drinks in our licensed pub or make use of our guest kitchen, pool table, satellite TV, laundry, internet or large book exchange. The Arlington Pub is a hub for local musicians and DJs. Bring your instrument and/or your dancing shoes!
Don't be shy about asking for advice on Algonquin or for travel tips in general. We love to talk travel.
Activities at The Arlington:
|1. Hiking / Biking||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Canoeing||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Snowsports||Winter Activity Activity|
121 John Street, N4L 1W7, Meaford, Ontario
Tel: (519) 270-6789,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.bbcanada.com/13117.html
Cost: Dorm rate $38.00 per night per person.
Private rooms $90 or $100 a night, double occupancy.
Comments: Enjoy your home away from home at Bella Vista Country House. We are a 4-season international hostel, which provides affordable, comfortable accommodations with the magnificent backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment and the Great Lakes.
Bella Vista is a great base for exploring this 4-season paradise in Southern Georgian Bay. Or stay enroute as you visit other areas of the province. We are roughly halfway between Toronto or Niagara Falls and Manitoulin Island or Algonquin Park.
Guests of all ages love Bella Vista, from families with young children to seniors with mobility issues. Single travellers are always welcome too!
With use of the fully equipped kitchen and a variety of both indoor and outdoor living areas, Bella Vista is your home away from home. Guests use Bella Vista as a base for exploring Southern Georgian Bay, as a stopover on the Circle Tour of the Great Lakes, or as a destination where weddings, retreats, meetings, workshops, and other events are held. Bella Vista can easily hold workshop and meeting sizes of 20 people, as well as outdoor weddings of up to 75 (with an exquisite backdrop of the Bay and Escarpment). Bella Vista offers a range of accommodations, from private rooms with ensuite, to a family room with shared bath, and dormitory style (for a truly affordable way to travel). In addition to a continental breakfast (using all natural ingredients where possible, with vegan, gluten and dairy free options), guests have use of the kitchen and a chance to connect with others exploring our little piece of Heaven.
Complimentary parking available.
Linens provided. Towels for rent at $1 each.
Guests are welcome to use the laundry facilities (additional charge). Private areas clearly marked.
Situated on the brow of the Niagara escarpment (a UNESCO biosphere reserve), Bella Vista has a glorious panoramic view of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment, and appears worlds away. Yet, it is surprisingly close to all the amenities of our lovely area and all the activities offered:
Sports/Outdoor Activities: summer - kayaking, canoeing, fishing, sailing, boating, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, swimming, zip-lining, rock-climbing, spelunking, golfing; winter - skiing (downhill and cross country), snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and more.
Culture: Meaford Hall is renowned for concerts and live theatre that are on a par with Toronto's. There is a wide diversity of music festivals nearby, such as Summerfolk, Elvis, Eclectic Electric, Jazz, and Guitar Festivals. Or visit an Aboriginal Pow-wow.
Wineries: We have two award winning wineries locally, Coffin Ridge Winery and Georgian Vineyards. Visit their winery and have a wine tasting, paired with appetizers!
Restaurants: We have several restaurants in Meaford, and surrounding region, which serve everything from gourmet to pub food, to raw vegan. Other Activities: Visit an alpaca farm, go to the spa, or relax in the Scandinavian baths at Le Scandinave Spa. Take a cooking class, or participate in a wellness retreat. Visit an artist or even take an art class. The options are endless!
To make it even more attractive, Bella Vista has partnered with many of these venues to give you discounts. What better way to make your stay even more enjoyable??? Ask about our shuttle service to and from various activities and events (for an added charge).
After a long day of activity, unwind back at Bella Vista with Sunset Yoga or just relax with a glass of wine in the gazebo or courtyard and watch the sun go down. Enjoy some S’mores and music around a bonfire in the evening (weather permitting).
Activities at Bella Vista Country House:
|1. Skiing||Winter Activity Activity|
|3. Cycling||Summer Activity Activity|
4219 Huron Street, (at Zimmerman), L2E 2G6, Niagara Falls, Ontario
Tollfree: (800) 891-7022, Tel: (905) 357-4266, Fax: (905) 357-1646
Cost: dorm beds are $25.00 each per nite
private rooms are $55.00 to $75.00 per nite
Prices include all taxes, linen and breakfast.
Comments: An elegant Victorian home turned youth hostel, Backpackers International Hostel Niagara Falls is 5 min. walk to bus depot, open 24 hrs.
A fully equipped kitchen, beds made up, light breakfast included
Backpackers International Hostel Niagara Falls is one block to the Niagara River and Parkway, 15-20 minute walk to falls and attractions
Hostel is close to Greyhound and Train Stations
NIAGARA FALLS IS MORE THAN A DAY TRIP DESTINATION
900 Gormanville Rd., Chancellors House, P1B 9V2, North Bay, Ontario
Tel: (705) 474-2526, ext. 2601 , Fax: (705) 474-4888
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.nipissingu.ca/conferences/reservations.asp
Cost: $38.50 per person per night
|1. Visit the North Bay Waterfront Visit our beautiful Waterfront. We are surrounded by two lakes.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Canoeing and Kayaking Canoeing and Kayaking are popular activities in North Bay||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Cycling/Rollerblading Rollerblade and cycle on Kate Paceway and other trails!||Summer Activity Activity|
455 Cumberland St., K1N 7J8, Ottawa, Ontario
Tel: (613) 237-0335, Fax: (613) 594-3327
Email: email@example.com Website: barefoothostel.com
Cost: mixed dorm rate: 29$ - 43$
Check availability and rates through our website reservations page
Groups (up to 16 people) are welcome. Enquire with Sabina for group rates. You must book through our booking page with credit card, before reservations are accepted.
Comments: Located downtown Ottawa, Barefoot Hostel youth hotel offers free internet and wifi. A small, quiet independently-owned, 16-bed backpackers haven. Newly renovated, airconditioned and with a modern European decor, our affordable hostel offers the best hostel experience in Ottawa. Swiss style bedding in white color only with duvet and duvet cover is included. Lovely backyard patio in Summer time to relax and enjoy.
Best location within 5-15 min walk to: new Ottawa Convention Centre (opens April 2011),University of Ottawa, Parliament Hill, National Arts Centre, Museum of Civilization, US Embassy, Rideau Shopping Centre, National Gallery of Canada, Government Conference Centre, Congress center, Byward Market, Ottawa's hottest bars and its best restaurants, Royal Canadian Mint, Canadian War Museum and more.
Check-in is from 3pm to 11pm. (to check-in you need a valid credit card and ID). After 11 pm the reception is closed. If you arrive after 11pm please book somewhere else. Once you check-in there is no curfew.
Activities at Barefoot Hostel:
|1. Outdoor Skating Fantastic place if you like outdoor skating just 3 min. walk from us. Skate from January to March on the Rideau Canal World Heritage Site, World longest skating ring.||Winter Activity Activity (January to March)|
|2. Biking Ottawa is a great city for biking from May - Nov. Rent a bike for a few days (we have the bike racks)) and go for it. 200Km of bike paths in Ottawa.||Summer Activity Activity (May to November)|
|3. Visit Parliament Hill And of couse you are not going to leave Ottawa without visiting Parliament Hill. It is free of charge and don\'t miss Peace Tower on the Hill. It is a million Dollar view in a nice day.|
203 York Street, K1N 5T7, Ottawa, Ontario
Tollfree: 1 (888) 394-0334, Tel: (613) 241-3402,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ottawahostel.com
Cost: 27$ dorm beds
Comments: We are a fun and friendly hostel in an excellent downtown location in Ottawa. Clean and safe, we offer a laid-back atmosphere with some free stuff such as free WiFi, tea & coffee, linen and tax included. The location is unbeatable - on the eastern edge of the Byward Market. There are over 100 restaurants/bars/pubs within a 5 minute walk and a 24-hour supermarket only a two minute walk. Only a 15 minute walk to Parliament and 8 minutes to the University of Ottawa, the National Art Gallery and the world-famous Rideau Canal.
The Ottawa Backpackers Inn offers dormitory, semi-private and private rooms, and Private Apartments. Visit www.ottawahostel.com or call free 1-888-394-0334 for more info or reservations.
Activities at Ottawa Backpackers Inn:
|1. Party and Dine in the Byward Market Experience the Byward Market with 150 restaurants, pubs and clubs in downtown Ottawa|
|2. Museums and Galleries Experience Ottawa\'s rich culture, including 30 museums and galleries and Parliament Hill|
|3. Skating on the Rideau Canal Skate on the world\'s longest skating rink, on the Rideau Canal. Also while in Ottawa, see the Ottawa Senators play NHL hockey!||Winter Activity Activity|
4568 Highway 60, P0A 1H0, Oxtongue Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario
Tollfree: (866) 271-9336, Tel: (705) 635-9336,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.wolfdenbunkhouse.com
Cost: Dorm rate is $25.00 per night + tax. For Private Rooms, see the chart below:
Deer Cabin: Summer use only (May 1- Oct 31)
Beaver Cabin: Summer use only (May 1- Oct 31)
|Bunk Houses: Winter (Nov 1 - April 30)||Bunk Houses: Summer (May 1 - Oct 31)||
Main Lodge Rooms - Winter (Nov 1- April 30)
|Main Lodge Rooms - Summer (May 1-Oct 31)|
|1. Water Sports Canoeing and Kayaking are very popular here. Paddle the many water routes in Algonquin Provincial Park or take a beautiful half day trip on Oxtongue River to Ragged Falls.||Summer Activity Activity (Spring, Summer, Fall)|
|2. Exploring Nature Connect with Nature. Year round hiking awaits you in thick mixed forests full of wildlife. The Wolf Den also offers naturalist led programs to deepen your awareness, understanding and appreciation.|
|3. Snowsports Skiing, snowshoeing, and even dogsledding are popular winter activities. Winter in Algonquin is so much fun and an experience you won\'t want to miss. There are over a dozen snowshoe trails to explore a handful of ski trails and 5 dogsled operators in the area.||Winter Activity Activity|
71 McNevin Street, P0P 1T0, Providence Bay, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-877-977-4392, Tel: 705 377-4392,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aubergeinn.ca
Cost: dorm: $40.00 + HST (includes breakfast); private room (with double bed, double occupancy): $95.00 + HST (includes breakfast)
We also take group reservations for up to 12 people
Comments: Where nature, culture and active people meet!
We are a small international hostel situated in the heart of the village of Providence Bay. Our house is situated 400 steps (we actually counted) from the longest, most beautiful sandy beach and boardwalk on Manitoulin Island. The beach alone is worth the trip!
Auberge Inn is an eco-friendly hostel where you can enjoy comfortable and affordable accommodations while exploring the largest fresh water island in the world. We can accommodate up to 8 guests. We have one spacious bunk room that has three bunk beds and one private room with a double bed. There are two shared bathrooms; each has a shower.
You will quickly discover that Auberge Inn is more than just a great place to sleep, its also a place to meet people and share your experiences!
Included in your stay at Auberge Inn:
|1. Water Sports Canoe, Kayak, Windsurf, sailing, scuba diving or plain swimming, the Island is a water sports mecca. Not only are we surrounded by water (Lake Huron) but there also is over 110 lakes to swim in. The longest sandy beach on the island is in Providence Bay and 400 steps from our hostel! The Auberge Inn also rents kayaks and canoe to explore the Bay.||Summer Activity Activity (June till September)|
|2. Hiking / Biking There are many hiking trails on the Island including the famous Cup and Saucer, Bridal Veil and Misery Bay trails. You can also walk the beaches and rocky contours of the whole island. Cycling is also fantastic on the Island and the hundreds of kilometers of roads offer a safe and pleasurable ride. Whether you feel like day excursion or a few days expedition every cyclist will find a pleasurable experience. If you are travelling without a bike, the Auberge Inn hostel will be happy to rent you one!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Snowsports Depending on the year, Manitoulin Island gets lots of snow. There are trails for walking, snow shoeing and cross country skiing in proximity to the hostel. Auberge Inn is a great place to enjoy the winter activities in a natural setting Including enjoying moon light skiing offered by the local ski Club. There is also ice fishing available on many of the interior lakes.||Winter Activity Activity|
1485 London Road, N7S 1P6, Sarnia, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-800-265-7522, Tel: (519) 542-7741,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.lambton.on.ca/residence
Cost: $25.00 per person plus taxes in a shared dorm room (2 people per room)
$50.00 per person plus taxes for a private room.
Rate subject to change during Bayfest weekend
Comments: Each room includes 2 beds with private bath, small fridge and microwave. Guests have access to the outdoor BBQ's and residence kitchen. Guests also have access to the common room with pool, foosball and ping pong tables. Laundry facilities are available at an added fee. We are across the road from the local movie theatre, mall and a number of restaurants are within walking distance.
Activities at Lambton College Residence:
|1. Beaches Relax on one of the many sandy beaches in Sarnia.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Museums and Heritage Sites Tour the many museums and heritage sites in and around Sarnia including the Oil Heritage Tour.|
|3. Local Cultural Activities Enjoy an evening of summer theatre or one of the many summer festivals that take place in Sarnia Lambton.||Summer Activity Activity|
2611 Great Northern Road, P6A 5K7, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-800-668-3100, Tel: (705) 759-3436, Fax: (705) 759-9060
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.glenviewcottages.com
Cost: $27.00 per night plus HST for tent site (2 people), discount for 1 person
Comments: Glenview Campground is located on Highway 17 North (Great Northern Road) in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, about 15 minutes North of downtown/US border crossing. The campground offers full hook-up sites (W/E/Sewer), Water and electric sites, and unserviced tent sites for nightly rental.
Most of our RV sites are 50 feet long, and many are pull-thrus. Amenities in the campground include comfort station with free hot showers, picnic table and fire rings at each site (fire wood for sale), children's playground, dump station, common room with pool table & small tuck shop, outdoor pool (open mid-June to Labour Day weekend), sauna, coin-op laundry, and complimentary wifi. The campground features four "Camper Cabins" which offer the fun of camping with the comfort of sleeping indoors - just bring your sleeping bag!
Each cabin can accommodate up to 4 people and features a double bed and set of bunks inside & outside light, electricity, outdoor charcoal BBQ, picnic table & fire ring, and locking door. Cabins are all no smoking and no pets.
Activities at Glenview Cottages and Campground :
|1. Hiking / Biking You can hike or bike at nearby Hiawatha Park trails as well as on trails on our own property including the TransCanada trail that goes through our property.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Swimming Swim here in our seasonal outdoor pool open mid-June to early September, and at nearby Hiawatha Park and about 15 minutes North of Glenview at Harmony Beach Lake Superior.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Water Sports Fish or Kayak at various locations around the Sault including downtown, north of Glenview on Lake Superior.||Summer Activity Activity|
130 Youngs St., N5A 1J7, Stratford, Ontario
Tel: (519) 271-5084, Fax: (519) 272-8221
Email: email@example.com Website: www.sgh.stratford.on.ca
Cost: mention Backpackers Hostels Canada for $20.00 dorm rate!
Comments: Rooms include two sets of bunk beds, male and female washroom, centrally located. Outdoor swimming pool. Great for students, groups and singles. Beautiful city and centre of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Residence director: firstname.lastname@example.org
955 Oliver Road, P7B 5E1, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Tel: Reserve: May to Aug (807) 343-8485, Fax: (807) 346-7819
Email: email@example.com Website: www.conferenceservices.lakeheadu.ca
Cost: Dorms - Basic single $30.00 per night; Single $35.00 per night; Double $50.00 per night
Townhouse/Apartment - 4 bedroom units: $100.00 per night
$620.00 per week
$2480.00 per month
Comments: This picturesque campus is centrally located within the city and maintains the integrity of its naturally wooded surroundings.
Minutes away from the Trans-Canada 11-17 highway. In addition, the Trans-Canada Hiking Trail passes through the campus. Thunder Bay International Airport is about a 10 minute drive from campus, approximately 20 minutes by city bus and four km from the Greyhound Bus Terminal.
Activities at Lakehead University Residence Summer Guest Accommodations:
|1. Bonfires Participate in the occasional evening bonfire.|
|2. Hiking / Biking Hike up to the Mount Mckay Lookout or bike along up to 28km of recreation trails|
|3. Hockey Play hockey on Lake Tamblyn!||Winter Activity Activity|
139 Machar Avenue, P7B 2Y7, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-866-GAIL N US (424-5687), Tel: (807) 683-3995, Fax: (807) 983-2914
Cost: Dorm: $25.00 (tax included); Private single: $30.00; Private double (double occupancy): $55.00
Comments: This hostel is close to Port Arthur's downtown, 2km from Lakehead U., right around the corner from Tim's Horton's, and close to the hospital. There are many things to see in the area including Marina Park, the Hoito Restaurant and Little Finland, and Little Italy. Laundromat is one block away.
Gail is a great host--upbeat, energetic. The hostel has two cats.
Services include free Wi-fi, free linen, free parking, free sailing (three times per week in the summer), free coffee, tea, and pancakes, use of barbeque. Sauna is available for $5.00. Free use of bicycles.
1594 Lakeshore Dr., P7A 0S9, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Tollfree: (888) 920-0044, Tel: (807) 983-2042, Fax: (807) 983-2914
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.thunderbayhostel.com
Cost: $25.00 per person; tenting is $20.00 per person
Comments: Take your time to visit Shuniah on the outskirts of Thunder Bay! You won't regret exploring the banks of the MacKenzie River or swim under the MacKenzie Falls or cliff-dive off Silver Harbour in the heart of the Canadian Shield. There are paths through the pine spruce and poplar forest across from the hostel for hikes to the lake or river. You can go amethyst hunting near the newly renovated 11-17 Highway, or travel into nearby Thunder Bay to visit Mount Mackay, Marina Park, or Fort William Historical Park. Guests at the hostel often have guitars and enjoy the crackling sound and heat from a large bonfire. Lloyd the friendly host of the hostel is happy to give people tours of the local 'dump' in hopes of seeing bears (or happening upon discarded 'treasures' with which to make interesting art).
The Thunder Bay International Hostel is close to Sleeping Giant Provincial Pk., and Ouimet Canyon; those coming east by bus, let driver know you want off. The hostel is actually in Shuniah (rural Thunder Bay 27km east of the city). This hostel is one of the best in Canada (Macleans, Lonely Planet, Right Guide, Ulysses Guides)
The Thunder Bay International Hostel is run by Lloyd Jones, coordinator of Backpackers Hostels Canada.
Activities at Thunder Bay International Hostel:
|1. Swimming / Cliffdiving The MacKenzie River is only 2km away. There are many swimming areas along the river and including the MacKenzie Falls. Silver Harbour is also very close, about a 3km walk, drive or bike ride to the harbour or cliffs where you can jump into the Lake Superior.||Summer Activity Activity (mid-June to mid-September)|
|2. Bear Watching We offer free tours of the local garbage dump during dump hours to see the black bears while they forage for food. These lovable creatures are usually there on any given visit, and generally tolerate bear-watchers who leave them be to their daily routine and stand at a respectful distance.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Campires / Bonfires Nightly bonfires are a real treat at the Thunder Bay International Hostel. Under the starry sky in a clearing in a red-pine forest, and with guitars brought out, guests talk, laugh and sing into the night.||Summer Activity Activity|
125 Copenhagen Road off Highway 11/17, P7B 6B3, Thunder Bay, Ontario
Tel: (807) 683-6661 (Trowbridge), Fax: (807) 625-3292
Cost: Nightly rates:
RV site (electrical hookup and water), including taxes: $39.55
Basic service / tenting (no electrical): $28.25
Weekly rates (7 nights for the price of 6):
RV site (electrical and water), including taxes: $197.75
basic service / tenting (no electrical): $141.25
Comments: Trowbridge Falls Park contains over 600 hectares (1500 acres) of boreal forest along the cascading Current River. This beautiful park features a full-service campground with RV and tent sites that is only a short distance from Boulevard Lake and Centennial Parks. Along with hiking, skiing and moutain biking trails, the campground and adjacent Kinsmen Park provide access to popular wading spots on the river. There is a store, washrooms, showers, laundry facilities, firewood sales, water and electrical services at the campground. City shopping and services are close by.
corner of 171 Dundas St. West and 126 Chestnut St., M5G 1R3, Toronto, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-888-799-7225, Tel: (416) 599-7225 ,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.backpackersondundas.com
Cost: Dorm (spring/summer--to Nov. 11th): 6-bed mixed $26/night; 10-mixed: $25/night, 6-bed girls: $24/night Dorm (fall/winter--Nov. 12th to March 31st) 6-bed mixed: $25 /night; 10-mixed: $24/night, 6-bed girls $23/night
*Rates subject to change without notice.
Comments: Backpackers on Dundas is located in the heart of Toronto. We are the friendliest, and cleanest International hostel. We are about a five-minute walk from everywhere you want to be, including:
|3. Visit the Royal Ontario Museum|
42 Widmer Street, M5V 2E9, Toronto, Ontario
Tollfree: (877) 215-1225, Tel: (416) 598-9090, Fax: (416) 598-8940
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.canadianalodging.com
Cost: $27 dorm; $30 in quad room; $65 in single room ; $75 with double room; $85 double room with bath
Comments: Canadiana Backpackers is a small comfy hostel in restored Victorian townhouses. Right downtown in the heart the Entertainment district. 3 blocks from the CN Tower and SkyDome. 3 blocks to the subway, spacious rooms with air-conditioning, shared and private rooms, fully equipped kitchen, large lounge/TV room, parking available
Activities at Canadiana Backpackers:
|1. In-House Movie Theatre Canadiana Backpackers has an in-house 18-seat movie theatre!|
|2. Table-Tennis Play table-tennis on our patio.|
|3. Daily Group Games / Activities We have a group-event posted on our message board every day. Anyone can participate in the group fun.|
7450 Kingston Road, M1B 5S3, Toronto, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-855-811-0111, Tel: (905) 280-2286,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.trcaparks.ca
Cost: Camping Rates - (these rates do not include HST)
Backpacker - daily $22 - weekly $132 - monthly $440
Unserviced - daily $27 - weekly $162 - monthly $540
Serviced (30 amp) - daily $32.50 - weekly $195 - monthly $650
Serviced (50amp) - daily $37.50 - weekly $225 - monthly $750
Comments: Glen Rouge Campground, nestled alongside the Rouge River, provides a unique urban wilderness experience. Nature enthusiasts can hike or paddle into the heart of the Rouge Park, an ecological treasure and Canada's largest urban park.
The 8.7 hectare campground is equipped with 125 sites, including 87 that are serviced for recreational vehicles, 27 unserviced sites and 11 that are designed specifically for backpackers.
At the same time, those looking for adventure in the city will find that the campground is just minutes away from attractions such as the Toronto Zoo, Petticoat Creek Conservation Area, and many Toronto attractions.
Amenities include washrooms, showers, coin laundry, fire pits and barbecues, and a children's play area.
Activities at Glen Rouge Campground:
|1. The Rouge River The Glen Rouge Campground, is easy to reach from highways and is on the banks of the Rouge River. Hiking trails, a sandy beach||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Petticoat Creek Conservation Area We are close to close to the Petticoat Creek Conservation Area.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Toronto attractions Close access to many Toronto attractions such as the Ontario Science Centre, Casa Loma and Toronto Zoo.|
150 Queens Ave., M8V 2N6, Toronto, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-800-364-4410, Tel: (416) 255-8796 , Fax: (416) 255-7445
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: home.ican.net/~derekb/bb.htm
Cost: dorm $30.00 per night
Comments: Non-Smoking Quiet Home Hostel. Easy Transit to Downtown
Highspeed Internet. Shared/Private Rooms, Free Linen.
Activities at Mimico Hospitality House:
|2. Museums and Galleries|
|3. Visit the CN Tower|
96 Gerrard Street E, M5B 1G7, Toronto, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-(800)-268-4358, Tel: (416) 977-2320, Fax: (416) 977-2809
Email: email@example.com Website: www.torontobackpackershotel.com
Cost: dorm: $24.00 includes tax; single private: $38.25; twin private: $57.50
Comments: Seasonal hostel open early May to late August each year. Located downtown; just two blocks East of Yonge Street. Rooms all private: Single/Twin/Triple/Quad. Continental breakfast included
University of Toronto, 40 Willcocks Street, M5S 1C6, Toronto, Ontario
Tel: 416-946-0529 or 416-946-5317, Fax: (416) 946-3801
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.torontores.com
$38 to $42/night
$52.50 to $63/night
Weekly (min 6 nights +)
$26.50 to $33.50/night
$42 to $53/night
|1. Visit the CN Tower|
|2. Toronto Harbourfront Activities|
|3. Royal Ontario Museum|
47 Hinda Lane, L4J 6S3, Toronto, Ontario
Tel: (905) 532-0018,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.torontobackpackershouse.com
Cost: Dorm beds: $17 CAD per night, or $100 CAD a week
Comments: Clean and quiet hostel far from downtown core, but still only forty minutes away from the centre of Toronto, the largest city of Ontario, the ideal starting point for you journey. This is a great place to get a good sleep at night and decide what to visit in the city of Toronto.
Since we are not in the core, prices are cheaper than in other hostels. And ask for the metropass - we can provide it for only $6 a day. Bicycles are free.
Enjoy free cereals and milk in the morning and chat with your friends and even make new ones. Linens are provided and towels are available at no cost.
You can enjoy a good range of facilities including the usual kitchen, free maps. Tours to Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Centre Island, Hockey Hall of Fame, Art Gallery of Ontario, Yorkville area and other sights.
Since this is a family owned business the manager lives on site and you can check in at any time of the day, although it is a good idea to phone ahead if you're arriving late. There's no curfew or lockout, you will have your own key to let you in any time you want.
357 College St., M5T 1S5, Toronto, Ontario
Tel: (647) 352-8747,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.theplanettraveler.com
Cost: $30 (dorm), $75.00 (private room)
Comments: In a century-old building shining with character, The Planet Traveler sits at the crossroads of Toronto’s most vibrant and happening neighbourhoods.
From the eclectic beats of Kensington Market to the hip bars and bright colours of Little Italy or the laid-back vibe of The Annex, the best Toronto has to offer is just minutes from our doorstep.
Fully restored historic building in downtown Toronto, The Planet Traveler is a green, sleek, spacious and clean hostel – the perfect place to start your Toronto adventure.
Take in the stunning views of the downtown skyline from our rooftop bar, meet fellow travelers in our comfortable lounge or explore the ins and outs of this amazing city, all from our great location at 357 College Street.
“you are here”, our way to tell you at The Planet Traveler, WELCOME!
Activities at Planet Traveler Hostel:
|1. Visit the CN Tower|
|2. Visit Toronto Island|
|3. Visit Art Galleries|
200 University Avenue West, N2J 4C1, Waterloo, Ontario
Tollfree: 1-800-565-5410, Tel: 519-884-5400, Fax: 1-888-890-8184
Email: email@example.com Website: www.uwaterloo.ca/conference-centre
Cost: Private Single: $38.50 + taxes for 1 person / night
Private Double: $28.75 + taxes per person /night
Private Single (weekly rate) - $231.00 + taxes
Private Double (weekly rate) - $172.50/person + taxes
*Rates include free internet, parking for one vehicle, linens, towels with daily housekeeping of the common areas along with weekly linen & towel exchange. To receive the double room rate you need to bring your own roommate.
Comments: As many as 1,300 guests can be housed in our on-campus residences during the months of May to August. The residences are situated in a beautiful natural setting on the west side of the campus, a short walk from all amenities. Front-desk and security staff are available on a 24-hour basis. Accommodations include single and double rooms plus a limited number of suites. Each floor has a common lounge for after-hours networking and guests are welcome to use the in-house gym, TV lounge, internet café and pool tables. We're just minutes away from Uptown Waterloo, Downtown Kitchener, St. Jacob's Market and numerous recreational and shopping experiences.
Activities at University of Waterloo Conference Centre:
|1. Visit the Earth Sciences Museum Walk alongside dinosaurs! Discover minerals, gems and fossils. Sift through interactive displays about groundwater and our effects on the environment. Located in the Centre for Environmental and Information Technology (EIT on campus maps).|
|2. Visit the Museum of Visual Science Canada\'s only museum of visual science! Visit the Hall of Fame which includes spectacles from Jimmy Carter, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Brian Mulroney. Learn how technology in vision science has progressed in the instruments gallery. Located in the School of Optometry (OPT on campus maps).|
|3. Visit the Brubacher House The Brubacher house was built in 1850 in a style typical of Pennsylvania German architecture. Learn from knowledgeable tour guides about the Pennsylvania German heritage of Waterloo Country and the life of a Pennsylvania German Mennonite family during the mid-nineteenth century. Located in North Campus (Frank Tompa Drive, Off of Hagey Blvd). (BRH on campus maps)|
60 Hillsborough Street, C1A 4W1, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Tel: (902) 367-5749,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.charlottetownbackpackers.com
Cost: $32 dorm for non-HI members; $28 for HI members
$79 for Private (double) includes towels, tv, double bed, water bottles ; $71.10 for HI members
add $16 + tax for a third person (for Houston Bunkbed private room)
Comments: Welcome to Hostelling International Charlottetown Backpackers Inn!
Charmed by Island life, we have crossed the bridge and chosen a path. Years of backpacking travel experience from both sides of the desk culminates in the ideal small hostel to fit the ideal small island. Inside the picturesque birthplace of Canada, an immaculate concept is borne.
By travellers, for travellers, with travellers; join the adventure!
Affordable accommodation needs not be institutional, or impersonal. We have invested in quality, because your hostel is also our home. Original hardwood floors, a cherry banister, bay windows, modern plumbing upgrades, and fresh locally baked goods are included daily for breakfast in our comforting country kitchen.
Check In and Chill Out.
Relax after a day of touring on our leather sofas, perhaps watching one of our many DVDs on our LCD TV over the fireplace. Or enjoy a beverage in the evening on our large deck, along with some fresh island produce. Just steps away, our recreation room features free use of Internet workstations, free Wifi, a custom made billiard table, book exchange, lounge chairs, and a stereo to plug your music into, or you may listen to our extensive collection of vintage vinyl. Of course, we also offer discounts with local operators, friendly, accommodating and respectful staff, a brand new sprinkler system for your safety and comfort, forward reservations, beverages, free parking, plus work for stay programs.
We have single sex as well as co-ed dormitory rooms, private and family rooms are also available on a limited basis, book early to avoid disappointment. If you are looking for a private room and cannot find it online, please contact us directly by e-mail or telephone.
We have retained the character and charm of our downtown vintage home, but have upgraded for comfort.
155 Euston Street, C1A 1W6, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Tel: (902) 314-0364,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.suitesofeuston.com
Cost: $79.00 to $99.00 daily (1-2 persons)
Comments: Designed in 1875 by prominent Charlottetown architect Richard Weeks and completed in 1878 by contractor William Wright for the owner Joseph William Mitchell, this three storey brick cottage with mansard roof has been lovingly restored and updated. Take a step back in time and experience the full splendor of the newly designated heritage building "Suites of Euston".
Located at 155 Euston Street, new University Avenue, it is a short walk to Province House National Historic Site, Confederation Centre of the Arts, craft shops, Victoria Park and Beaconsfield House. Wireless Internet now available.
2095 Boul. Grande-Grève, G4X 6L7, Forillon-Gaspé, Quebec
Tollfree: 1-877-892-5153, Tel: (418) 892-5153, Fax: (418) 892-5292
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aubergeforillon.com
Cost: $25.00 (dorm) per person per night, also private rooms are available;
Comments: The hostel has a rich history, the building was the 'Hôtel de la Baie de Gaspé', 50 years ago. Originally, Gespeg signified in Amerindian language "where mountains meet with the sea".
The hostel is located at the southern headland of the Gaspé Peninsula, in the village of Cap-Aux-Os, within sight of the Forillon national park. In 1623, missionary Gabriel Sagard who was visiting Gaspé, related that the continuous roar of the whales and the noise from their blowholes troubled their sleep. Numerous bones from these mammals found on the beach inspired them the toponym Cap-Aux-Os (Cape of Bones).
Forillon is known for its whalewatching, and is only ten minutes from the Forillon National Park, which also hosts plenty of bears, beavers and seals.
Activities at Auberge Internationale Forillon:
|1. Bear Watching We have an unique experience here: black bear observation-cycling group tours. We travel by car, then bicycle to observe black bears in their habitat. The cost is $25.00 which covers, bicycle rental and trip and insurance costs.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Swimming with Seals There are two very popular activities which are also free in price: Beaver observation, and swimming with seals!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Historical Slide Show We offer an historical slide show every third night of the expropriation of land for the Forillon National Park. The show is in both English and French||Summer Activity Activity (every third night)|
202 rue de la Reine, G4X 1T9, Gaspé, Quebec
Tel: (418) 368-8000,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.lamerluche.com
Chambre pour 3
Petit déjeuné de produits locaux
|1. Kayak de mer Kayak de mer (http://www.avolo.qc.ca)||Activité Estivale Activity|
|2. Canyoning||Activité Estivale Activity|
|3. Visitez Parc National De Forillion Parc National De forillion (croisière aux baleines, randonnée pédestre, vélo)||Activité Estivale Activity|
28 St Patrick St. , G4X 2Y2, Gaspé-Douglastown, Quebec
Tel: 418-368-0288, Fax: 418-368-0284
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.douglastown.net/hostel.html
Cost: 24$ per person taxes included
Comments: The Douglastown hostel is situated at the half way point between Pérce and The Parc Forrillon National park and about a 15 minute drive from the town of Gaspé. In walking distance is a beautiful natural beach, where sand dollars are easily found! Also there is a beautiful park and a soccer field and basket ball net for the young and young at heart!
Activities at Douglastown Hostel:
|1. Play Soccer||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Swim in the Ocean Go swimming in the ocean!||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Play in the Park||Summer Activity Activity|
3365 Ave des Eglises, G6X 1W5, Lévis (secteur Charny), Quebec
Tel: (418) 761-1010 or cell: (418) 951-6674 ,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.aubergeloulou.com
Cost: dorm bed: 27.50$; Intimate dorm: for 4 at 29.50$ each; Single room from 33.50$
Comments: Auberge Loulou is a newly renovated building. It is close to the action, the attractions and all necessary services (restaurants, bars, pub, drugstore, grocery, and much more) with city bus at the door or if you prefer, we offer shuttle. We are also very close to Quebec City and a perfect place to stay for day trips to Quebec. We are a hostel where friendship is not a business--it's a way of life. We have intimate dorms with a screen between each bed and private reading light. We have a big living room & dining room with adjoining patio. All washroom are complete and intimate including shower, toilet and washbasin. Bedding is included. You will find a fully equipped kitchen to cook your own meals or you can take advantage of our economic restaurant service. With any choice, you'll have the opportunity to share your meal with every one in the dining room or on the patio. We are close from the Bicycle path and we rent bicycles for a low price.
Activities at Auberge Jeunesse à LouLou:
|2. Cycling||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Festivals There are numerous festivals all summer long!||Summer Activity Activity|
1750 rue Amherst, H2L 3L6, Montréal, Quebec
Tel: (514) 525-9420, Fax: (514) 522 3363
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.alexandrie-montreal.com
Comments: Located in the heart of the city and in walking distance of many tourist sites. Alexandrie is a new concept for the discerning traveller in search of economy and a comfortable space. Free internet, phone, laundry and kitchen facilities.
Activities at Alexandrie-Montreal:
|1. River Rafting River Rafting on the St. Lawrence River is very popular||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Biking One can rent a bike, use it of half an hour, then return it to a depot and get another bicycle. It is a city transit system just like in Europe.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Swimming There is free swimming at various places around Montreal.||Summer Activity Activity|
1425 Mackay Street, Suite 2, H3G 2H6 , Montréal, Quebec
Tollfree: 1-877-631-0021, Tel: (514) 316-1052,
Cost: Dorm beds - Summer:
Comments: Welcome to Auberge L'Apéro, a European-style hostel in North America's most European city, Montreal. Apéro is the French word for aperitif - the beginning of a great meal or in this case - a great vacation.
Located in the heart of downtown, Auberge L'Apéro offers you safe, comfortable accommodations just a heartbeat from the action.
With 30 beds and 6 private rooms, we offer a cozy, personalized atmosphere on two floors of an old 1880s graystone with all the amenities you expect from a hostel, and many that you don't. The rooms are bright with hardwood floors and some interior brick walls that add an air of coziness to the Auberge. The second floor contains the reception area, the store, common rooms, and the laundry. The top floor is the residence that includes the dorms, bathroom facilities, and kitchen.
One of the features of Auberge L'Apéro is our beautiful terrace where you can relax and enjoy your continental breakfast in the sunshine, or come back for an apéro at the end of wonderful afternoon of sightseeing before heading out to dinner. We also feature a fully equipped kitchen, a communal TV room with free Internet and hi-speed Wi-fi access, and laundry facilities. Most importantly, there is no curfew so you will be free to explore the city and its famous (and fabulous!) nightlife to your heart's content.
What sets Auberge L'Apéro apart from other hostels is our attention to detail. We treat you as guests, not passers-through, and you will find our personalized service not unlike the service you would find in a hotel.
Auberge L'Apéro is not just a regular hostel that happens to be in Montreal, L'Apéro is like Montreal. It reflects the city's vibrant social life and European style. Don't just visit the city, be part of it at Auberge L'Apéro.
Where we are is just as important as what we are. Situated on Mackay Street, a quiet side street just steps from Saint-Catherine Street, the city's main downtown shopping district, Auberge Apéro is within walking distance of most of Montreal's attractions including Old Montreal, the museums of Fine Arts, Contemporary Art, Natural History, Architecture, and Montreal History, as well as the Bell Center - home of the hockey Canadiens and our famous Underground City. We only one block from the Metro, the city's fast, clean subway system that can whisk you anywhere that is too far to walk, from the Casino on Ile Notre Dame to the boutiques and restaurants of the famous Plateau Mont-Royal.
Montreal is a city of festivals and our location gives easy access, either on foot or by Metro, to the venues of all of our great festivals. Whether you come to our city for Jazz, Comedy, the Fringe Festival or les Nuits d'Afrique, you will be close enough to walk, but far enough away to relax and sleep in quiet and comfort.
901 Sherbrooke Est., H2L 1L3, Montréal, Quebec
Tollfree: (800) 567-7217, Tel: (514) 522-6124, Fax: (514) 522-1387
Email: email@example.com Website: www.aubergemontreal.com
Cost: $21.00 winter (taxes included), $23.00 (taxes included) summer
Comments: Auberge de Paris is a newly renovated (2006) hostel situated in downtown Montreal and a short distance from most of the city's attractions. Guests are walking distance to fabulous restaurants, exciting nightlife and popular shopping districts. The youth hostel is neighboring the central bus station and public transit. All guests have access to a common room with full kitchen facilities, lockers, pay telephone and free wireless Internet access. Breakfast at the onsite bistro is optional at a very reasonable rate.
185 Sherbrooke Est, H2X 1C7, Montréal, Quebec
Tollfree: (877) 350-4483, Tel: (514) 284-1276, Fax: (514) 844-7356
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.hostelmontreal.com
Cost: $28.00 (dorm); private $65.00-$90.00
Comments: terrace, checkroom, tourist information
Activities at Le Gîte Du Plateau Mont Royal:
|1. Tamtam in the Park||Summer Activity Activity (Sundays)|
|2. La Ronde Amusement Park||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Igloofest For three weeks in January, the Igloofest has a big stage outside, with international djs and techno music and dancing||Winter Activity Activity (Three weeks in January)|
1250 Sherbrooke Est, H2L 1M1, Montréal, Quebec
Tel: (514) 522-3910, Fax: (514) 523-7072
Email: email@example.com Website: www.hostelmontreal.com
Cost: from $28.00 (dorm); private room $65.00-$90.00
Comments: terrace, checkroom, tourist information, laundry room
Activities at Le Gîte du Parc Lafontaine:
|3. Museums and Galleries|
125 Route 132 West, G0C 2L0, Percé, Quebec
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.lamaisonrouge.ca
Cost: rates from $25.00 (dorm) to $75.00 per night
Comments: Property of 87000 square feet exceptionally well located at the heart of Percé, offering a privileged sight and access to the Percé Rock. Built in 1872 and part of the heritage of Percé, La Maison Rouge welcomes you to stay in one of its 5 private rooms. Also available, 4 dormitories located in an old (but entirely renovated) barn, which can accommodate a total of 28 people. Your stay at La Maison Rouge gives you access to all the facilities of the establishment such as the living room, the solarium, and the kitchen.
You will also be near a lot of activities such as the Percé Rock, Mt-Ste-Anne, Emerald River, Bonaventure Island, hiking trails, museums, theatres and more.
Activities at La Maison Rouge Percé:
|1. Whale Watching Whale watching is very popular. Other activities with nature in Percé include walking in the woods on Mont-Ste-Anne, exploring Ile Bonadventure, watching Perseids (shooting stars), picking wild mushrooms, or picking agates on the beach.||Summer Activity Activity|
|2. Water Sports Sea kayaking, swimming in Emerald River or a local swimming pool, diving, fishing on the high seas, or taking a sea trip with Daniel.||Summer Activity Activity|
|3. Relaxing Relax and do nothing!|
152 Boul. Perron, G0C 2M0, Pointe-à-la Garde, Quebec
Tel: (418) 788-2048,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.chateaubahia.com
Cost: dortoir: 24$ (+ taxes) petit-déjeuner inclus
chambres privées pour 2 personnes: à partir de 65$ (+ taxes) petit-déjeuner inclus
|1. Randonnée à pied Sentier de poésie derrière le château|
|2. Parc des fossiles de Miguasha Parc des fossiles de Miguasha, site du patrimoine mondial.||Activité Estivale Activity|
|3. Banquet Banquet le soir dans la grande salle du château.||Activité Estivale Activity|
31 rue Couillard, G1R 3T4, Quebec City, Quebec
Tel: (418) 694-0735,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aubergedelapaix.com
Cost: Dorms: $26.00 (no tax) + $5.00 one-time charge if you need bedding, otherwise bring your own sleeping bag
Private room (1 person): $45.00 (low season), $72.00 (high season)
Private room (2 people): $72.00 (all year)
Private room (3 people): $85 (all year)
***All prices include breakfast and taxes.
Comments: hostel is located in Old Quebec, courtyard, close to the Plains of Abraham and other historic sites
386 Rue Du Pont, G1K 6M7, Quebec City, Quebec
Tollfree: 1-888-393-8093, Tel: (418) 264-4615, Fax: (418) 614-1227
Email: email@example.com Website: www.quebechostel.com
|Rates from 1-January-2014 to
"Low Season" is January, April, November and December (except holidays)
|8-bed mixed dorms||$22.50||$29.00||$129.99||$425.99|
|8-bed female dorms||$22.50||$29.00|
|6-bed mixed dorm||$26.00|
|private single (1 person) bed room||$48.00||$68.00|
|Private double bed room (one person only)||$59.99||$79.99||$219.99||$499.99|
|Private double bed room (one or two persons)||$59.99||$79.99|
|1. Visit Cirque du Soleil Free show from Cirque du Soleil|
|2. Visit Old Quebec Visit Old Quebec (historical buildings, museums, art galleries and cultural events)|
|3. Snowsports Dogsledding, snowshoeing, ice fishing, snowboarding and skiing is very popular for visitors. All these activities can be done in locations near Quebec city||Winter Activity Activity|
318 Grande Ligne, J0E 1Y0, Racine, Quebec
Tel: (450) 532-3177,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aubergegrandeligne.ca/
Cost: dorm bed:$30.00
private room:$65.00 / 2 people, $45.00 /1 person
Group rates (for use of entire hostel
|1. Visit Mine Cristal Quebec Take a Crystal Quartz mine Tour and experience the crystal instruments concerts on Sunday nights. These are live concerts on musical instruments made of crystalline materials (see www.minecristal.com).||(Sundays)|
|2. Hiking Hiking in the Santirs de l\'Estrie mountains. Very beautiful scenery and also a lake and park.|
|3. Water Sports Swim and kayak in nearby lakes.||Summer Activity Activity|
Auberge Internationale, 307 St-Germain Est, G5L 1B8, Rimouski, Quebec
Tollfree: (888) 725-4603, Tel: (418) 725-4600,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.espace-globetrotter.com
Cost: dorm bed: $29.00;
private room: $52.95 + tax (one person); $62.95 + tax (two people)
Comments: L'Auberge Espace Globetrotter is situated in Rimouski, in the centre of the town on the main street, near the train and bus station.
With a maritime decor and comfortable surroundings, we aim to make your stay as pleasant as possible. Cook meals in our guest kitchen, avail of our internet access and telephone and fax facilities.
We are a Non Smoking hostel and the perfect stop on your backpacker trail to Rimouski!
Activities at Espace Globetrotter Auberge Internationale:
|1. Visit Canyon des Portes de l'Enfer Located 35 km South of Rimouski, the canyon stretches between 90 meters high walls. A Network of hiking trails brings you to the highest suspended footbridge in Quebec (63 meters). An animated settlement relives the work of river drivers on the Rivière Rimouski. Food services, picnic area, primitive camping, bike trails and bike rentals are available. Open season from the end of May to Mid-October. Admission: Adult, 9$, family, 23$, children 5 to 17, 5$. Call (418) 735-6063 or visit www.canyonportesenfer.qc.ca.|
|2. Excursions à l'Île Saint-Bernabé 4 km East of Rimouski. Saint-Barnabé Island faces downtown Rimouski. Transfer from the marina to the island aboard safe ridged hull inflatables, hiking trails, great blue heron and common seal observation. Rimouski seen from a unique point of view. Contact Marina de Rimouski, route 132 by phone: Hors saison: 418 723-2322 / En saison:418 723-2280.|
|3. Visit Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens The Reford Gardens/Jardins de Métis are recognized as one of Canada\'s outstanding gardens. A national historic site, they were created by a passionate gardener and plant lover, Elsie Reford, between 1926 and 1958. Visitors to this verdant domain of more 200 acres can admire the splendours of some 3,000 species and varieties of native and exotic plants displayed in fifteen gardens. A dozen sculptures by contemporary artists are discovered as you walk the pathways and traverse the gardens (visit www.jardinsdemetis.com or phone 418 775-2222).|
180 boulevard Perron, G0J 2K0, Sainte-Félicité (secteur Matane), Quebec 555 ave Cartier, G4R 2T8, Sept-Îles, Quebec 292, Boul. Perron Est, G4V 3A7, Ste-Anne-Des-Monts, Quebec 158 Rue du Bateau Passeur, G0T 2A0, Tadoussac, Quebec Our youth hostel is located at the entrance to the village, on your right
just as you disembark from the Saguenay ferry-boat crossing. It is ideally located near downtown and tourist attractions such as the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre, the Chauvin Trading Post, the Indian Chapel, Tadoussac Bay, Anse-à-l'Eau Lake and various hiking trails. We have mixed-dormitory rooms (from 2 to 7 people with shared bathrooms) and
2 private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Bed sheets are furnished and compulsory.
For nature lovers, we have camp sites on a lovely hill near the hostel. Breakfasts are from 7.00 to 10.30 AM and you can eat as much as you want.
Our cook will be pleased to prepare you tasty evening meals. Facilities: the Internet on in-house PCs and WIFI Internet, laundry room,
public telephone, an ATM, "pétanque" playground, Intercar
bus station, Allostop (shared-car system), access for disable persons etc. Activities: we sell whale-watching cruise tickets and will also be able to
give you advice about the various cruises operating from Tadoussac (on large
boats or Zodiacs). We offer unforgettable walks every day with Coco our guide, to observe wild
beavers around our beautiful lake that you can also explore by canoe. Furthermore we also offer twice daily shuttles to the Sentier du Fjord (a
45km long hiking trail) if you want to discover beautiful landscapes with great
views on the Saguenay Fjord. In the evening, you can relax drinking a beer in our bar, listen to local
musicians or concerts, and then chat with people around a friendly camp fire
and finally dance all night in the Café du Fjord situated adjacent to
the hostel. If any or all of this appeals to you, don't hesitate to contact us to reserve
your place. To book, we will need your full name, your credit card number and
its expiry date. You can call us (418-235-4372) or e-mail us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
788 Rue Commerciale Nord (formerly 144 Rue Commerciale), G6X 1W5, Témiscouata-sur-le-lac (secteur Cabano), Quebec Box 32, Y0B 1G0, Dawson City, Yukon Territory 408 Hoge Street, Y1A 1W2, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory 5051 5th Ave., Y1A 1K9, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory
Tollfree: 1877-733-8182, Tel: (418) 733-8182, Fax: (418) 733-8182
Email: email@example.com Website: www.manoirdessapins.com
Cost: Dortoir: 23$/personne
Chambre privée pour 2 personnes (2 lits simples): 50$Chambre privée avec un évier pour 2 personnes (un lit double ou queen): 55$
*Les taxes ne sont pas incluses dans les prix.
Comments: L'Auberge de Jeunesse du Manoir des Sapins se situe au coeur du Village de Sainte-Félicité à dix minutes à l'est de Matane. Venez y apprécier les couchers de soleil sur le fleuve Saint-Laurent confortablement installé sur la terrasse ou devant le feu de camp! Nous offrons des chambres privées, vue sur la mer, et des lits en dortoir. Les enfants sont les bienvenus dans cette Auberge typique et conviviale.
Vous pourrez également profiter de notre Café-crêperie Les Gamineries; crème glacée maison, espresso, thés artisanaux, crêpes bretonnes, repas végétariens, salade de notre jardin et d'autres gamineries sucrées-salées! Nous offrons le déjeuner et le déner. Nous privilégions les aliments locaux, biologiques et équitables.
L'Auberge, ouverte toute l'année, peut accueillir de 25 à 30 personnes, ce qui en fait un endroit idéal pour vos rencontres de groupes et fêtes de famille.
Cuisine commune, grande salle vue sur le fleuve, terrasse. Souper à la grande table du Chambreur, ambiance chaleureuse et conviviale! Navette sur réservation pour le traversier Matane-Baie-Comeau et pour les randonnées dans l'arrière-pays ou le long du littoral. Nous avons aussi la Certification Bienvenue Cycliste, le Bureau Allo-Stop et Internet sans fil haute vitesse gratuit.
Activities at Auberge de Jeunesse du Manoir des Sapins:
1. Randonnée à pied Le Sentier du Littoral, le point de départ du sentier est à l\'Auberge, le sentier fait de 2 à 15 Km, possibilité de navette pour le retour Activité Estivale Activity 2. Observation de la faune et de la flore Observation de l\'orignal dans la Réserve Faunique de Matane. 3. Randonnée pédestre guidé Randonnée péestre guidé dans les Appalaches avec Absolu Écoaventure. Activité Estivale Activity
Auberge Internationale Le Tangon
Tel: (418) 962-8180, Fax: (418) 961-2965
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aubergeletangon.com
Cost: 22$ dorm
32$ private room one person
50$ private room double
Comments: Auberge le Tangon is this year's winner of the Grand 'prix du tourisme Québécois' for 4 and 5 stars establishments in the area of Duplessis!
Built in 1931, the former "École Blanche" building forms part of the historical patrimony of Sept-Îles. Whether it be for one night, one week or even more, you can be sure of a relaxation time at the warmly decorated and colourful "Le Tangon". You will immediately feel at home and will be taken aback by the family-oriented atmosphere of the Hostel and the kindness of the people who live there. Almost unique on the North Shore, it is a place where people come together, share experiences and become friends.
Few places offer as much natural beauty with all the advantages of a modern city. Beaches, a unique archipelago, majestic rivers, an animal reserve and varied marine life invite travelers to escape and relax. The North Coast offers visitors quaint villages, historical sites, Nordic adventures and out-of-the-ordinary open-air expeditions.
Activities at Auberge Internationale Le Tangon:
1. Festivals Enjoy festivals, such as the Innu Nikamu music festival in the neighbouring town of Maliotenam. Each summer, and since 1985, Native performers from North and South America converge to participate in a series of unforgettable concerts, impromptu musical encounters and exchanges. The Innu Nikamu festival occurs during a four-day period in August (dates to be announced). Summer Activity Activity 2. Boating Boat to Great Basque Island - a perfect place to enjoy camping, hiking and nature Summer Activity Activity 3. Hiking Explore an amazing archipelago, long sandy beaches, countless rivers and even a boreal forest.
Auberge Festive Sea Shack
Tollfree: 1-866-963-2999, Tel: (418) 763-2999,
Email: email@example.com Website: www.aubergefestive.com
Cost: Dortoir: 29$ par personne, chalet privée 72$ pour deux personnes. Taxes incluses dans les prix.
Comments: Situé en bordure de mer, ce petit coin de paradis vous offre une expérience inoubliable. Non seulement est-ce l'endroit idéal pour les activités de plein air en toutes saisons, mais c'est aussi un haut lieu festif avec les soirées réputées du Tiki Bar. Après une dure journée d'effort, relaxez dans le spa sur la plage, laissez-vous bercer dans un des nombreux hamacs, ou savourez une bonne pinte de bière de la microbrasserie gaspésienne Pit Caribou. À 30 minutes du parc national de la Gaspésie et des Chic-Chocs (Sainte-Anne-des-Monts) sur un domaine privé à trois pas du sable et de la mer, L'Auberge festive Sea Shack est l'endroit râvé pour VIVRE la Gaspésie. Le bâtiment principal de l'Auberge festive Sea Shack a complètement été rénové et offre maintenant une zone commune de deux étages où les échanges entre voyageurs ont lieu. Tous les invités ont accès à ce bâtiment qui offre une cuisine commune et un salon. Le Sea Shack offre l'hébergement en chalets, en yourtes, en tipi et en camping.
Eau Berge de Tadoussac
Tel: (418) 235-4372, Fax: (418) 235-4608
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ajtadou.com
Cost: $19 (dorms); private (double) room: $54 per night; camping: $10 per person per night
weekly rate:$60 per person
bookings require a credit card
Comments: We are pleased to welcome you to our youth hostel, a friendly and festive place where meetings are extraordinary and memories unforgettable.
We are open year round.
Activities at Eau Berge de Tadoussac:
1. Whale Watching Summer Activity Activity 2. Bear Watching Summer Activity Activity 3. Snowsports Skiidoing and dogsledding are very popular activities at Eau Berge de Tadoussac Winter Activity Activity
Témiscouata-sur-le-lac (secteur Cabano)
Auberge Internationale du Témiscouata
Tollfree: 1-888-688-1149, Fax: 1-888-688-1149
Email: email@example.com Website: www.aubergeinternationale.com
Cost: 29$ dorm, 59$ private room
Comments: A unique Hostel in Témiscouata, with direct access to the bicycle path, snowmobile and ATV. Comfortable, safe and affordable, these are the three criteria that you are looking for to enjoy your visit.
For a stay of several days or simply have more freedom, choose one of our private rooms.
The International Hostel Témiscouata is the ideal place to start your trip.
Activities at Auberge Internationale du Témiscouata:
1. Visit Lake Temiscouata National Park and Lake Lake Témiscouata National Park and Lake (see http://www.sepaq.com/pq/tem/) Summer Activity Activity 2. Visit Fort Ingall Summer Activity Activity (June 22nd to Oct. 10th) 3. Visit Aster Observatory
Dawson City River Hostel
Tollfree: 1-867-993-6823 ( mid may to end Sept. only), Tel: (867) 993-6823 ( mid May to end Sept.),
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.yukonhostels.com
Cost: Dorm bed: $22 + 5% GST. $2 discount for hostel membership holders.
Private room (for either one or two people): $48 + GST; for three people = $66 + GST
***Own sleeping bags or bed linen are appreciated. Heavy blankets, pillow and case are provided. Bed lines can be rented.***
Tenting: $14 + GST - one person one tent. $10 / person + GST - for two or more people in one tent. All facilities of the hostel are included in the overnight rate.
Comments: Enjoy the rustic life under the midnight sun. Definitely the best view across the river and town while roasting your marsh mellows over the fire pit. A unique bath house that will make you yearn for more and a common cabin with possibly the largest library of any hostel anywhere. Cooking, bathing and the sauna as well as heating in the common cabin are all done with fire wood - sharpen your skills sawing and splitting fire wood...!!
There are many activities to do in Dawson City, including: Canoeing, hiking, mountain biking, gold panning, marsh mellow roasting, splitting fire wood, blue berry picking / drinking the sour toe cocktail, gambling at Daimond Tooth Gerties or better still - watching people loose money, Can Can dancers :) , watching free videos at the visitor centre, listining to recitals of poetry by Robert Service, watching the Yukon River flow by, looking for gold nuggets, picking wild roses, sitting around the fire pit, watching wild life from bears to porcupines, chasing after a squirrel that has stolen your sandwich, watch the sun set and rise within three hours, hike up the Midnight Dome, watch the Northern Light in Sept or simply do nothing and watch the Ravens chase an Eagle.
Activities at Dawson City River Hostel:
1. Hiking / Biking The Midnight Dome makes an especially nice hike. Summer Activity Activity 2. Wildlife Viewing Attune with nature while you pick blue-berries, watch the Yukon River flow by, look for gold nuggets, pick wild roses, watch wild life from bears to porcupines and squirrels, watch the sun set and rise within three hours, watch the Northern Light in September, or simply do nothing and watch the Ravens chase an Eagle. Summer Activity Activity 3. Watch Can-Can dancers
Beez Kneez Bakpakers
Tel: (867) 456-BEEE (2333),
Email: email@example.com Website: www.bzkneez.com
Cost: Co-ed dorm : $30.00 + 5% GST
Private room with 2 beds (for one or two people): $65.00 + GST, + $10 for 3rd person
Greenhouse Cabin 1 queen size bed (for one or two people): $65.00 + GST
Sugar Shack Cabin 2 beds: $65.00 + GST, + $10 for 3rd person
Kayoko's Cabin (great for snorers): $40 + GST, single occupancy
Comments: Awesome location right downtown Whitehorse, just a 5 minute walk from Main Street and all it has to offer. Dorm rooms, private room and comfy little cabins in the summer. We now accept payment by credit card. Free Hi-Speed internet, tea, and morning coffee, are available. A fully equipped kitchen, 2 spacious common areas, clean showers, laundry access and large deck with B.B.Q. Phone cards are available at the office.
No tenting allowed. No pets. No sleeping bags allowed on beds.
A great bike rental place is a 10 minute walk from us.
COME AS A STRANGER, LEAVE AS A FRIEND!!!!!!!
Please Note: We will no longer be available to travellers coming in on the 1:30am flight from Vancouver...we regret the inconvenience. For everybody else, we welcome you with open arms. :)
Activities at Beez Kneez Bakpakers:
1. Outdoor Activities If you are coming up here.....it\'s because you have Two FEET and a Heart BEAT and LOVE to be Outdoors !! Everyday of the year our guests put the word Active in Activities. I have seen everything from Tobogganing at midnight while waiting for the Aurora to come out ....to a guest taking advantage of the midnight sun and doing yoga in the lower deck at midnight. A few other activities are canoing , hiking , every form of skiing , sledding , and climbing, rafting and biking. 2. Relaxing The Beez Kneez is a perfect place for you to Chill-ax. Alone with a book, your laptop / journal or socializing and talking with your new found friends. Stay inside...in one of our cozy common areas when the weather is not to your liking or relax outside if it is. Two decks with tables and chairs in the back garden. Smokers get to relax at a picnic table under a massive evergreen tree at the front of the house. 3. History, Art , and Beer Great Museums, Cultural Centres, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, National Heritage sites, local Musicians, Artists, and Chefs showcase their crafts, and Award winning Beer. It\'s all right here! Most of the summer festivals are held outside so a refreshing lager or ale from the Yukon Brewing Co. will chase the dust.
The Lead Dog
Tel: (867) 456-2722,
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.leaddoginn.com
Cost: $30 for dorm room, $65 for a private room
Comments: The Lead Dog Backpackers Inn is a friendly and comfortable hostel located only 5 minutes walk from downtown Whitehorse, and 3 minutes from the historic Yukon River. We are open 24-7.
Follow the leader and join us around a fire, to enjoy the mountain scenery. After that, have a rest in our dormitory, private room or tepee! Choose your fun and feel free to use all the utilities: Fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, lounge, phone, wireless internet, laundry,…
Service offered in both French and English.
555 ave Cartier, G4R 2T8, Sept-Îles, Quebec
292, Boul. Perron Est, G4V 3A7, Ste-Anne-Des-Monts, Quebec
158 Rue du Bateau Passeur, G0T 2A0, Tadoussac, Quebec
Our youth hostel is located at the entrance to the village, on your right just as you disembark from the Saguenay ferry-boat crossing. It is ideally located near downtown and tourist attractions such as the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre, the Chauvin Trading Post, the Indian Chapel, Tadoussac Bay, Anse-à-l'Eau Lake and various hiking trails.
We have mixed-dormitory rooms (from 2 to 7 people with shared bathrooms) and 2 private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Bed sheets are furnished and compulsory. For nature lovers, we have camp sites on a lovely hill near the hostel.
Breakfasts are from 7.00 to 10.30 AM and you can eat as much as you want. Our cook will be pleased to prepare you tasty evening meals.
Facilities: the Internet on in-house PCs and WIFI Internet, laundry room, public telephone, an ATM, "pétanque" playground, Intercar bus station, Allostop (shared-car system), access for disable persons etc.
Activities: we sell whale-watching cruise tickets and will also be able to give you advice about the various cruises operating from Tadoussac (on large boats or Zodiacs).
We offer unforgettable walks every day with Coco our guide, to observe wild beavers around our beautiful lake that you can also explore by canoe.
Furthermore we also offer twice daily shuttles to the Sentier du Fjord (a 45km long hiking trail) if you want to discover beautiful landscapes with great views on the Saguenay Fjord.
In the evening, you can relax drinking a beer in our bar, listen to local musicians or concerts, and then chat with people around a friendly camp fire and finally dance all night in the Café du Fjord situated adjacent to the hostel.
If any or all of this appeals to you, don't hesitate to contact us to reserve your place. To book, we will need your full name, your credit card number and its expiry date. You can call us (418-235-4372) or e-mail us (email@example.com).
788 Rue Commerciale Nord (formerly 144 Rue Commerciale), G6X 1W5, Témiscouata-sur-le-lac (secteur Cabano), Quebec
Box 32, Y0B 1G0, Dawson City, Yukon Territory
408 Hoge Street, Y1A 1W2, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory
5051 5th Ave., Y1A 1K9, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory