Upgraded to lake view rather than town view which was nicer I think. Hot pool was very nice to sit in. If I stayed very long I think I would like a dresser. There were shelves in the closet . Gentleman very helpful when checking in. Lady not quite as helpful when checking out early. Had wanted to settle my bill the night before but seemed as if it was going to be easier for the staff if I waited until the morning. Wish I had done it the night before. All in all, a nice stay.
Nice hotel, loved being on and looking at the water.
Major screw up with an adjenda that should have been given to me the night before
so we had 'heads up', wasn't, I had to go looking for it and was then late for the appointments.
Apparently was given to a different "Williams" that was also booked in - huh, checking the first name
also, perhaps would be smart??! My girlfriend who booked all the private wine tours (VQA store owner) for us and
totally went out of her way was furious, and rightfully so.
The bed was extremely hard like a plank, which brought out all my husbands aches and pains,
not fun and a lot of Advil.
This southern BC resort is on a private beach on Osoyoos Lake, a half-km (quarter-mi) from Haynes Point Provincial …More
David is a great and dedicated host. Very cleanand comfortable rooms. B&B is within walking distance of local attractions and restaurants. As soon as you arrive you feel welcome and well taken care of.
Decent motel in Osoyoos. Short walk to the beach. Nice courtyard that rooms face into with tables and chairs, loungers, kiddie pool, and swimming pool. Room had small kitchen with table and chairs, dishes (must be washed upon departure), fridge. New TV in room. Bathroom had a few issues - while showering the tub would fill up with water and not drain, no fan so bathroom would get steamy and hot, shower rod was peeling plastic, toiletries were thrown in a plastic basket (didn't really look useable). We found that we were not provided with enough towels or sheets and had to ask the staff for a few things. This proved to be a little difficult as they would question us or take a long time to bring the items.
At the southern end of the Okanagan Valley near B.C.’s border with Washington, Osoyoos Lake is the warmest in Canada. On the shores of the lake, the town of Osoyoos often records Canada’s highest daytime temperatures. The town’s population surges in the summer months, due to its numerous recreational opportunities. For winter recreation, Mount Baldy Ski Resort is only a 45-minute drive away.
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