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8 Mansions You Can Rent For Super Cheap In BC This Fall

Luxury for as low as around $21 per night!
8 Mansions You Can Rent For Super Cheap In BC This Fall

The long weekend is coming up, feeling restless and ready to go for a getaway? What better way to enjoy the coziness of fall year than by having a cozying up by the fire pit with your friends, soaking in the hot tub, and throwing a party (only if the property permits it) at a beautiful mansion overlooking the ocean?

READ ALSO: 9 Unreal Houses You Can Rent For Super Cheap In Vancouver

Most of these places feature incredible water views with pools and hot tubs, boast private decks, cozy outdoor decks, and tons of space to have a good time. Go for a fun weekend with friends or a romantic getaway with your significant other.

Please note: these prices may fluctuate depending on demand and season and may not reflect the exact price at the time of booking; there may be additional fees and service costs associated with the rental that are not included in the nightly rate.

Live luxuriously for less. Renting an entire mansion and divvying up the cost with your friends or family can surprisingly be way cheaper than a hotel room. These 8 spectacular spaces are perfect for your next weekend getaway:

1. Ultimate Luxury & Privacy // Saanich


43 acres private property, 7 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, inlet views

Infinity pool, hot tub overlooking the ocean fiord, fire pit, 2 theatre rooms, private deck, 4 fireplaces, custom wine cellar

Sleeps: 20

Costs: $75 per person per night

Book here

2. Holiday House // Kelowna


6000 sq ft, 7 bedrooms, a roof top master suite with hot tub

Pool, hot tub, banquet room, private theatre, outdoor patio with BBQ and fireplace, games room

Sleeps: 22

Costs: $48 per person per night

Book here

3. Luxury Oceanfront Mansion // West Vancouver


1.7 acres, 8000 sq ft luxury mansion in private cove, 5 bedrooms

Heated pool, private beach, panoramic ocean views, sauna, outdoor patio area

Sleeps: 14

Costs: $50 per person per night

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4. Home with Panoramic View of Okanagan Lake // Penticton


1.5 acres yard, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, panoramic lake and mountain views

Salt water pool, hot tub, gym, outdoor deck, games room, fire pit, BBQ

Sleeps: 12

Costs: $73 per person per night

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5. Luxury Lakefront House // Prince George


6100 square feet, 300 feet property’s own private waterfront, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, lake and mountain views

Hot tub, sauna, pool table, ping pong table, waterfront balcony, fire pit, outdoor grill, flat screen TV

Sleeps: 17

Costs: $21 per person per night

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6. West Coast Ocean View Home // Malahat


5 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

A patio area with BBQ, a large lawn with a trampoline and space for playing with the badminton and bocce ball sets, garden, and access to the dock, double kayak and canoe

Sleeps: 9 people

Cost: $33 per person

Book here

7. Eastman Waterfront Retreat // Bowen Island


2300 sq ft, 3 bedrooms

Direct beach access, private beach, outdoor deck with BBQ, fireplace

Sleeps: 6

Costs: $79 per person per night

8. Luxury Estate // Kelowna


7000 sq ft, 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, lake views

Heated infinity pool, swim up bar, hot tub, pool table, theatre room, library, outdoor patio with grill

Sleeps: 14

Costs: $125 per person per night (for when you’re willing to splurge more)

Book here

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