Amazing places to stay in British Columbia, Canada. You won’t want to miss these magical AirBnbs in British Columbia for any budget, travel style and occasion.
British Columbia is one of Canada’s most beautiful provinces with the Pacific at our door step, islands and rainforests, over 5 official wine regions, and a killer food scene to match. There are so many things to do and unique places to stay in British Columbia!
1. Blue Wolf Float House, North Vancouver
A steam shower, two balconies and excellent proximity to Stanley Park! The only downfall (if you can call it that) of this property is that a minimum one month stay is required.
2. Romantic School Bus at Myra Canyon Ranch, Kelowna
I was able to visit this property during a pop up dinner hosted by Paisley Notebook in 2020. Try to schedule it in for an unforgettable experience with views of Kelowna at Myra Canyon Ranch.
3. Eagle’s Perch, Tappen Sunnybrae
This 4 story tree house in the North Okanagan/Shuswap area provides plenty of light and privacy in the forest.
4. Tin Poppy Retreat, Salmon Arm
Sauna, fire pit and stylish yet funky design in the Larch Hills of Salmon Arm make this retreat one of the coolest Airbnbs in British Columbia.
5. Dome Stay in Armstrong
A hands on host who cooks breakfast with access to an outdoor pizza oven and hot tub. This 100 sq ft dome stay is an architectural jewel you might have to add to your must-stay bucketlist.
6. Moosu House Near Downtown Nelson
A cedar sauna and barrel hot tub along with a stylish railroad style cabin also comes equipped with a welcome care package. Definitely a fitting place to stay during your exploration of the funky and picturesque area of Nelson.
7. Container with a view in Kamloops
Stargaze with a view of the South Thompson River from your bed in this black box container studio with a fire pit and gorgeous attention to detail.
8. Airstream with outdoor shower and sauna in Sunshine Coast
Airstreams are all the rage when booking a unique Airbnb or VRBO stay. If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet why not try this polished gem with private sitting area and outdoor shower as well as a sauna!
9. Treehouse in Chilliwack
Reconnect with nature on this private acre of land with a stylish tree house as your abode. Outdoor shower, dapper interior and bright spaces makes this a must-stay Airbnb in British Columbia.
10. Hobbit House in the Kootenay Boundary (Bridesville)
Good news! You no longer have to head to New Zealand for the hobbit living experience! This Airbnb in British Columbia has authentic Tolkien details and interior fire place.
11. Cobb House on Mayne Island
This hand sculpted earth house is insanely beautiful and would make a perfect getaway for relaxation in the small community of Mayne Island.
12. Dome Village in New Denver
Make your stay a communal experience with this dome village in New Denver!
13. Stay at a Buffalo Ranch in Golden
Don’t just go but stay where the buffalo roam against the towering Canadian Rockies. What a view!
14. Private Island stay in Comox
Talk about secluded! Stay on your own private island. Where the style lacks the location more than makes up for if you want to do some fishing and water sports.
15. Lagoon Float Camp in Tofino
Take your Tofino vacay to the next level with this float camp! You can’t get any closer to nature and the water than this!
16. Canvas Cottage in Eagle Bay
This crips and tidy canvas cottage stay on Shuswap Lake is pet friendly and surrounded with 25+ acres of hiking. This is interior BC at its best!
17. Sleep Riverside in Enderby
This Airbnb in British Columbia takes staying riverside to a whole new level! Rustic and open to nature in Enderby.
18. Highwater House in Haida Gwaii
It would be a shame to not include a unique stay in Haida Gwaii. I have fond memories of staying on this massive island as a kid. This property is ideal for kiddos looking to get up close and personal with the numerous sea creatures along the beach and shoreline.
19. Ice House from 1932 in Lake Country
This rustic small space in Lake Country is just the ticket for a getaway with your best fishing buddy! History buffs won’t mind the tiny former ice house from 1932!
20. Pioneer Organic Farm Rustic Tiny House in Grand Forks
Enjoy sprawling views of Grand Forks with your own fire pit and rustic glamping at its finest! There’s plenty of great Russian fare and history in the area as well as the hills the Pioneer Organic Farm occupies.
So many amazing AirBNB’s in stunning natural.settings. We can’t wait for Canada to open for US tourists – love BC and the Canadian Rockies!
I hear ya Bryson! Looking forward to exploring more of the Washington, Oregon and Cali wine regions in the coming years!
Oh my goodness! Now i want to visit all of those!!!
I know! Hard to decide which to visit first when travel opens up in BC.