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Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Sojourner's cabins are charming, cozy and beautiful from Bob's blueprint down to Trudy's final detail. A wonderful stay, a wonderful town. Splendid experience. Staying at Sojourner's will add even more delightful authenticity to anyone's trip to the north.

Thank SaraBeara88
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Trudy and Bob are very welcoming hosts and made our stay in Atlin one to remember. The loft has spectacular views and is a perfect retreat. The hosts are very passionate about Atlin, providing stories, history and a warm introduction in to this unique community. We will be back!

2Thank DanielleRock
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 18 August 2014

My friend and I stayed here for two nights during our roadtrip around the Yukon. Atlin is a beautiful little town, and Sojourners Loft was the cutest little place to stay. I was a little worried about the outhouse for a washroom, and the outdoor shower; however, I was quickly able to get used to the outhouse, and I now...

Thank Nadia M
Skagway, Alaska
Reviewed 14 July 2014

Atlin is remote and the population is small, so many modern amenities just aren't practical to provide in the same way as they would be in a city. Trudy and Bob are not only great hosts, but the accommodations are very nicely done and give an authentic taste of the how life is in Atlin. Currently there are 3 units....

1Thank Wade G
Campbell River, Canada
Reviewed 9 July 2014

I stayed at the Sojourners Loft for only one night but it was definitely a highlight of my trip to the north. This hostel is wonderful, with cute and cozy cottages and an outdoor kitchen and shower. The price was so reasonable for this beautiful spot that I wish that I could have stayed another night! Trudy and Bob are...

1Thank Mountain G
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 22 September 2012

Trudy and Bob were amazing hosts. This is the place for you if you prefer spending time outdoors and you like a place with character. It's inexpensive, especially in comparison to other places in the area and it's no frills, but super cute, with lots to see on the property. We stayed in the main loft which is a warm...

4Thank PaulaMartins

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Address: Corner of Lakeview & Glacier Drive, Lakeview Subdivision | Atlin, Atlin, British Columbia, Canada
Region: Canada > British Columbia > Atlin
Number of rooms: 3
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970wadeg, 13 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Again, just choose according to your needs - the smaller cabins are big enough to sleep in, sort of like "glamping" or camping in a cabin. The larger loft fits 2-4 people (great for a family of 4) and has a bit more space, but if you go in non-winter months, you would want to spend time outside anyway, so any cabin is fine. They are all very inexpensive for the feel of them.”
PaulaMartins, 21 Sep 2012 | Read review
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