As of November 1, 2013 we will temporarily offer only a basic breakfast and not a full hot breakfast. We have a family medical situation that dictates Yvonne will be away for an extended period of time so George is holding down the fort. Most establishments in town have raised their rates considerably due to the heavy demand for accommodations in town. However, you can continue to enjoy our very clean and comfortable accommodations at the same reasonable rates for the rest of this year. Thank you for understanding that we are not not immune to unforeseen circumstances.
Welcome to Paradise
Whether you are here for business or pleasure, you have not experienced beautiful British Columbia until you have visited the Kitimat and Skeena Valleys. The scenery is breath-taking, boasting snow-capped mountains, pristine waters, bountiful wildlife, and some of the friendliest folks you will ever meet. We appreciate that we are not impacted by the frills and extravagances. If you want to enjoy a heaping helping of nature, peace and tranquility, this is the place to be . In addition to the many beautiful sites to see, our lush semi-wilderness offers world class sports fishing and an abundance of outdoor activities. Take a moment to visit tourismkitimat.ca
Cast Away Bed & Breakfast is our little niche in this paradise. We are located in an acreage subdivision just a few minutes from town.
George is a tradesman who appreciates that he can go from his back door and within 5-10 minutes be testing his angling skills and latest lures on the jaws of some big pinks, chinooks, coho, chum, or steelhead as the season dictates. He rarely comes home empty-handed.
If he is not at the river, you will find him launching his boat in the world renowned Douglas Channel for some ocean fishing where he says, just as Forest Gump said, "You never know what your gonna get".
Yvonne, had a dream to open her own B & B and found the opportunity to fullfil that long time desire after looking at what Kitimat had to offer and what the prospects for the future would be in this beautiful little place. After working many years in an office, a restructure of the work environment afforded the opportunity to consider pursing this venture. Although she enjoys tagging along on George's fishing treks, you will mostly find her in the kitichen or tending the yard as there is never a shortage of things to do.
It warms our hearts to see our guests enjoying the stunning Pacific Inland Coast of British Columbia just as much as we do. We welcome you to our West Coast Cedar home.
The two best times to fish are when it's rainin' and when it ain't. Patrick F. McManus