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   Bed & Breakfast   

Come stay with us


Choose a Prince George bed and breakfast that offers warm Irish hospitality in a quiet central location



After you've soaked up the colours and smelled the roses in our flower garden, a comfortable bed awaits your arrival.

 Our Trinity Room awaits you
Relax in our front garden




Our hearty Irish breakfasts are just what you need to start the day.


We take pride in our flower displays and if the season is right you can taste our homegrown fruits and veggies.

Outdoor sitting area


Unwind from your travels and sit next to the flowers overlooking our secluded backyard - a better alternative to a stuffy hotel room.

Our pet policy

We love animals, but in consideration for our guests who don't, our guest rooms are pet-free zones.

Free Wifi


High-speed connnection will keep you in touch with the folks back home.

Daily housekeeping


Fresh towels and ironed sheets will make your stay with us that much more pleasant.

Snacks upon arrival

We provide a plate of baked goods and a cup of coffee or tea to make our guests feel right at home .



The Ancient Forest is about an hour's drive east of Prince George off Highway 16 where you will find some of Canada's biggest trees. It's like Jurassic Park - without the dinosaurs.



Leisure time fun and shopping


We are close to CN Centre, UNBC, Aquatic Centre, Exhibition Park, Spruceland Mall, Pine Centre Mall, Moore's Meadow nature park, Forests For The World and Nechako River trails.

A piece of history


Learn about the history of our region at The Exploration Place museum  at Fort George Park or at the Fraser-Fort George Railway Museum near Cottonwood Island Park. Go back in time and become a pioneer at Huble Homestead, relive the gold rush in Barkerville or join the fur trade at Fort St. James national historic site.

Spectator sports

Cougars and Spruce Kings junior hockey, UNBC Timberwolves basketball and soccer, and senior lacrosse, fastball and baseball leagues give visitors many options to check out the local action.

Winery/brewery tours


Sip a glass of vintage berry wine made with care by Northern Estate Winery or tour the craft beer being brewed at Pacific Western Brewery, both located in the heart of the city near the banks of the Nechako River. 

Jurassic Park, without the dinosaurs


Old-growth cedar and spruce trees blend with huge ferns and devil's club to create The Ancient Forest, a magical rainforest located a shortr drive east of the city. Don't miss it.

Farmers' markets  


Come down and check out the fresh produce, wild game meat and crafty creations from local artisans, downtown in front of City Hall (spring and summer months) and on Third Avenue (outdoor and indoor). 


“I am in love with this place. The house is amazing and when you first walk in...WOW. I was then shown my room and it was so clean, tidy, and way better than a hotel room at a five star hotel.”

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