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DH Vancouver Staff Jan 20, 2015 9:00 am

Are the winter blues getting you down? If so, it may be time to escape the city and head north to a quieter patch of the world, where you can cosy up by the fire and enjoy incredible views and savour delicious, locally prepared food.

Located within the gorgeous Coast Mountains Range, between Vancouver and Whistler, in the small town of Brackendale, B.C. (10 minutes drive from Squamish) Sunwolf offers year round riverside cabin accommodation to those who are seeking a little rest and relaxation.

With a handful of forest cabins, nestled among towering firs and cedars, Sunwolf provides the perfect mid-week or weekend getaway.


Photo credit: Jess Fleming

Sunwolf’s smaller cabins are ideal for cosy and private couples getaway, while larger cabins like the Fisherman’s Cottage (a 1000 square foot multi family cabin with enough beds for eight) are great for a family or friends mini-break.

Wanting something a little more luxurious? Don’t miss the opportunity to stay in Sunwolf’s Logger’s Shack, which features a vaulted ceiling, reclaimed hardwood floors, historical touches, wood-burning fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable lounge area and a queen bed in an adorable loft.


Photo credit: Sunwolf

Welcoming accommodation, gracious hosts Jake and Jess and an unbelievably tranquil setting, makes Sunwolf a truly delightful place to spend a few days.

In addition to the cabins, Sunwolf also owns and runs a fantastic on-site eatery. With its newly expanded kitchen, Fergie’s Café is charming spot where Chef Tom, dishes up deliciously hearty breakfasts and lunch plates, using fresh, locally sourced produce from neighbouring farms. Be sure to try The Skipper, which features Fergie’s Café scrumptious house-made pork sausages.


Photo credit: Jess Fleming

Looking for a sprightlier getaway, don’t despair Sunwolf also offers a range of outdoor activities, like an Eagle Viewing Float (which runs from November through to mid February), and whitewater rafting in the summer months, as well as hiking, fishing and lawn games.

For more information about Sunwolf’s riverside cabins and Cheakamus River adventures visit

Fergie’s Café is open daily from 8 a.m. through to 3 p.m. on weekdays and 4 p.m on weekends. For more information visit or call 604-898-1537.

Featured Image: Jess Fleming

DH Vancouver Staff
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