When it comes to impeccable accommodations in Naramata, it would be criminal to overlook a stay at the historic Naramata Inn. Situated at the cap of Robinson Avenue, the 1908-built mission-style hotel relaunched just two years ago, and is owned and operated by four veterans of the hospitality industry, including some prominent Vancouverites: chef Ned Bell, communications specialist Kate Colley, designer Maria Wiesner and retired A&W Canada CEO Paul Hollands.
The rooms are cozy and updated and are perfect for peaceful slumber after a hard day’s exploring (and/or drinking and eating). Step into a clawfoot tub for a soak, or use your exterior door key to let yourself back into the property after an evening out. In the morning, enjoy a breakfast option in the restaurant (you pre-select the night before) before getting your day going.
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Lindsay William-Ross | Vancouver is Awesome | June 10, 2022