We’ve been getting inquiries about winter bookings and while we love hosting guests at The Cottage in Hills, a bit of snow-season context is in order.
- The cottage is tucked away in a very private rural location (just outside New Denver B.C.) where we generally get lots of snow. This means that for winter guests’ arrival we have the road plowed. Depending on the amount of snow on the ground this can be costly.
- Cleaning, restocking and wintertime heating of a 1300-square-foot house costs a chunk of money. That’s why we don’t do one-night stays, the considerable work and cost involved simply isn’t worth opening up the Cottage for such a short stay.
In winter, we require a four-night minimum — with a week being ideal (don’t forget, stay six nights and your 7th night is FREE). We think you deserve a proper break to rest, refresh and rejuvenate.