Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast is nestled below Blueberry Mountain on a 98 acre property located five kilometres outside of Telegraph Creek on the Glenora Road (less than a five minute drive!). Telegraph Creek is a two hour drive off Highway 37, located in Northern BC.
We are 100% off-grid, and are set up with solar panels,and a battery bank with a generator that we run in the winter months.
A full Breakfast is included with your stay.
** 5% G.S.T Tax Due upon arrival!
This loft has two Twin XL beds, which can be pushed together to make one "big" bed! There is enough room to spread out all of your personal belongings. The ceiling is quite low(as it is a loft) so there is no standing room. Not suited for small children or the elderly; a steep ladder must be climbed to get to the loft, so this room is not for everyone!
-There is a kitchen, that has everything(but an oven) you need to cook a meal! If you do need an oven, you are welcome to use ours in our home.
-The Bathroom has a large sized shower, with plenty of hot water, which is heated by our On-Demand propane water heater.
-The livingroom/common room has a comfortable couch, a dining table with 4 chairs, and a small library with features Northern/BC based books with local history.
-The Front porch features a charcoal BBQ, extra chairs, and a comfortable rocking chair which is perfect for reading, and enjoying the quiet, and the view.
-The Loft is located in a cabin that has two rooms we rent out. You may, or may not be sharing the cabin with other guests. If you prefer to have your own space and privacy, please see our other listing for the Cabin Rental.
There is a shared kitchen, a shared bathroom, an outhouse, and a shared livingroom/common room area that you can access. You may or may not be sharing the cabin with other guests. You are welcome to walk the trails on our property, and take in the stunning view of the mountains!
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I will be available to offer any help you may need during your stay! If I do go anywhere, I will either let you know, or leave a note on the door of our main house.
-The WIFI does not work inside the cabin; some guests have managed to get it to work on the front porch, or in the parking lot. **This is something we are trying to fix** As we know how important it is to keep in touch with family members, checking road/weather reports and for business use. If you need steady access, we welcome you to sit at our kitchen table or on our front porch, this would be the strongest signal!
-This bedroom is located in a cabin that has another bedroom and loft we rent out. You may, or may not be sharing the cabin with other guests. If you prefer to have your own space and privacy, please see our other listing for the Cabin Rental.
-If you do not require breakfast, I can send you a special offer with a discounted price!
*Do not use the Wifi to stream Netflix or watch/download movies. Do not download or update apps. The Wifi is for checking messages,email, and social media.
* Pets must be kept on leash
* No pets on the furniture/beds
* No smoking inside the building. Please discard your cigarette butts in the ashtray provided, and please respect other guests.
Neoma Sampson has been in the Telegraph Creek area since 2006, and moved here in 2009 after marrying her husband Russell, and completing a year long Culinary Arts course. Russell was born on the lower Stikine river, and grew up 20 miles below Glenora on a remote homestead. Russell Commercial Fishes on the lower Stikine river for a living, and is currently building his own airplane.
Neoma grew up in the Nass Valley(100 KM north of Terrace, B.C.) on a small farm. She grew up riding horses and exploring the area by horseback. Neoma is an avid photographer, and enjoys cooking/baking, and has over 10 years of experience in the kitchen! When she is not baking up a storm, you can find her riding horses, creating wood signs, or working in the garden.
Russell and Neoma are looking forward to continuing to develop the Bed and Breakfast business and the property, and to be more self sustaining with electricity, food, and hay. Right now they are 100% off grid, running off of solar panels for most of the year.