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Sun Peaks resort is a great little winter/summer playground 45min away from the city of Kamloops. We stayed at the Stones Throw condos, which are lovely condos at the edge of the town bordering the golf course. The condo had its own private hot tub,...More
Stones Throw is more like Meteor Launch. It isn't that close to the Village. We were there in the off season and booked it because we wanted a place with a private hot tub. The parking is OK. You have to haul your stuff in...More
Great beds and nicely appointed 2 Bedroom Condo with a private Hot Tub. Although the parking spots are tiny and we had to have a few housekeeping and maintenance issues addressed the team at Bear Country lodging was on the spot fast and service was...More
What a lovely place to stay! The two bedroom appartment is well equipped, spacious and has excellent views of the mountains. The hot tub is great after a long days skiing and ideal place to ease muscles watching the 'piste basher' grooming the slopes for...More
Beautiful decor and spacious apartment. Had the great added extra of the hot tub on the balcony which is much needed after a half days ski. Really cosy and attractive buildings that you can ski literally straight to your door.
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"Try to get a room that has a view of the mountains and not the courtyard."