”Wild Nature B&B” – Living in the Midst of Canadian Nature


You are looking for an accomodation which guarantees an unforgettable stay in Western Canada? Then you are cordially welcome to visit the "Wild Nature B&B"!

The Hosts

We, Katrin and Hartmut Witschel, would like to offer you the first floor of our house for your vacation, weekend or business trip. Our roots in Germany, we were very excited by people and nature in Canada so that we decided to immigrate to British Columbia. Here, we fulfilled a longtime dream and opened our own Bed & Breakfast. We intend to share the enthusiasm for land and people with you. Our accomodation will be the basis for a perfect stay in the middle of Canadian nature.

The Accomodation

Our "Wild Nature B&B" is located in a very calm and cosy natural surrounding with an astonishing view over the Okanagan Lake and the mountains nearby. No matter which season – relaxation and adventure can be reached within a grasp since Kelowna, the biggest town within the Okanagan Valley, and the "Big White Ski Resort" are only a short drive away. The "High Rim Trail" – huge forests trespassing and wonderful views granting – literally starts at the doorstep and many beautiful lakes will not only warm fisher's hearts.

The accomodation is accessible via a separate entrance and offers two rooms with queen-size beds and a private bathroom. Moreover, guests can enjoy a spacious lounge with cable-TV and WiFi access. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave and a coffeemachine. All our rooms are non-smoking rooms and pets are not permitted. For amazing breakfasts and also romantic evenings, the inviting B&B terrasse features garden furniture and a gas grill.

We are already looking forward to your visit in the Okanagan Valley. Please do not hesitate to contact us via telephone 250 765 8833 or via E-Mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , in case you would like to have further information.

Warmest regards,
Katrin and Hartmut Witschel.