Wildhorse Mountain Guest Ranch

Wildhorse Mountain Guest Ranch

2 reviews

  1. Unique Bed and Breakfast!

     (4 / 5)

    This bed and breakfast is set on a beautiful ranch with incredible valley views. We stayed in the room with two queen beds. My daughter and I for one night and then my husband joined us for the second night. We were actually here for a ball tournament so we only had a couple evenings to really enjoy what the ranch had to offer. The hosts are lovely. Breakfast is good. There were breads and preserves, cheeses and meats, yogurt and granola, cantaloupe and bacon and eggs. Of course coffee, tea, juice and milk as well. I didn’t eat breakfast the second morning as we had to leave at 6:30 am to the ball field. There were 3 dogs wandering around the farm and they aren’t shy. The one young lab does like to jump up so be prepared for that. There are cats but they don’t tend to approach you. The chickens were super friendly! There is a communal fridge that you can store things in. The room was adequate. We had a private bath. Bring your own shampoo and soap for the shower. The only thing I would change with the room is the blind in the bathroom. It’s broken and stained and does take away from the charm of the room. There is no TV in the room but there is one upstairs in the common room that you can use. We enjoyed the hot tub both nights overlooking the valley views. We also sat on the deck and watched the dozens of hummingbirds of all different colours at the feeders. We ate di er at the ranch the one night and it was delicious. They even offer wine or beer. My husband, daughter and her friends went on a trail ride and said it was very enjoyable. They don’t have interact or credit card so we paid at the end by cheque and just included the trail rides, di er and room on one cheque. This ranch does allow smoking outside. Our neighbours were smokers and it did bug us a little but not enough to ruin our trip. Fires aren’t allowed after April 15th. Our neighbours and I were wishing there was a propane fire we could sit around as the evenings are cool but you still like to be outside because it’s so beautiful. Our neighbours did a wine tour with the host and said it was excellent.

  2. Stargazing from the hotub, horseriding in the hills. A wonderful getaway.

     (4 / 5)

    We booked for for 4-nights to attend a wedding in Summerland. We found the room rates to be very good value and could not believe how wonderful the setting was when we arrived. The ranch is a 15min drive from the town, and at the time of typing, the last 4km is on a gravel road whilst it is being resurfaced and should be completed in September 2017. A taxi home was around $30 after the wedding. The family and their helpers were very hospitable and kind. We were made to feel very welcome and were shown around the kitchen, given access to laundry ($6) and shown how to work the hot-tub. The wifi is via satellite so can be unpredictable, so it is a great opportunity to kick back and relax. Bring snacks and a bottle of wine with you so you can just hang out. They have thee really friendly dogs (which sleep in the porch and do not come into the house) and three aloof cats, 19 horses and lots of hens. Breakfast was delicious: Eggs (laid by their free range hens) and bacon, homemade rye breads and homemade jams from their fruit trees. Being on a ranch we took full advantage of the horse riding and booked a 2-hr trail ($40/hr) and it was was just like being in the ‘Big Country’. Definitely book as their horses are so well trained and their equipment was top notch. We were booked into room 4 on the ground floor with a shared bathroom. I confess it was not the most private of B&Bs: whilst the outside walls are wonderful thick wooden trunks, the internal walls and ceilings are rather thin, so if you are looking for a ‘romantic retreat’ this may not be the place for you!

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Wildhorse Road 25808
Summerland V0H 1Z3 BC CA
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