This Huge Lake Chalet In BC Is Just $50/Night If You Split It With Your Crew

This luxurious chalet overlooking breathtaking mountains and serene water is actually super affordable if you book with friends for a fall weekend getaway in B.C.

You'll feel like you stepped right into a Hallmark movie as you curl up on a chilly fall day and look out at the unbelievable view from the A-frame house.

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It overlooks Columbia Lake, and it's close to hot springs and ski trails.

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I'm pretty sure you wouldn't end up actually leaving the property though. It's on four acres of land and the inside of the house is stunning.

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It has a fully equipped kitchen, so you can feed your whole crew.

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Family-style meals at this super cute table, paired with the view, are going to make for lifelong memories.

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If going away with 10 people sounds a bit overwhelming, you can sneak in some alone time with a relaxing bubble bath.

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If you do feel like getting out for the day, you're only a 30-minute drive from Whitetail Lake.

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The house can fit 10 people (over eight is an extra fee), in its three bedrooms, five beds, and two bathrooms.

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Both bathrooms are stunning, with lots of space for everyone.

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The huge deck is perfect for outdoor dining and drinks, under warm lighting.

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It shouldn't be hard to convince your closest friends to come along for the ride. Just show them the photos, and they'll be packing their bags in no time.

Fall Retreat In The Mountains Of B.C.

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$507/night for up to eight guests

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Region: Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada

Why You Need To Go: Take a fall getaway weekend with your friends and enjoy stunning views.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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