Harrison Hot Springs is 1.5 hours from Vancouver, situated nestled between coastal mountains at the end of 65km long Harrison Lake. Harrison Lake is great for Windsurfing, Sailing, Canoeing, and Kayaking. Horseback Riding is also popular local sports. You can hike along many trails, or for the real adventurer go mountain climbing, or parasailing. For the more relaxed play golf, take a boat cruise, go charter a fishing boat, go for a swim in the large man-made lagoon, play tennis or just lie on the beach. In the winter you can ski at nearby Hemlock Valley (40 minutes from Harrison). There is also a Public Hot Springs Pool.
Harrison Heritage House is a 100 year old home that was owned by one of the founders of the Village. It is situated on an acre lot that backs onto the Miami river and is one street from the sandy beaches of Harrison Lake. We offer bed and breakfast
rooms as well as self contained Riverside Cottages.
Harrison Heritage House offers Bed and breakfast suites with double jacuzzi, fireplace, private washroom and private entry. We offer 3 luxury riverside cottages which include double soaker tub, fireplace, two bedrooms, livingroom, kitchen and private patio/deck.
Harrison Hot Springs offers full amenities including a range of restaurants, public hot springs pool, boat launch, golf course, hiking trails, and a variety of stores.
See our website for a listing of packages offerred, including massages.
Policies & Restrictions
All our accommodations are non smoking and no pets.
Rates & Availability
Harrison Heritage House is open year round and rates vary from Cdn 140 - 175.
From Vancouver ( 1.5 hrs. ) take the Trans Canada Highway #1 towards Hope, take the #135 exit to Agassiz - Harrison just past Chilliwack. Then take the Sasquatch Highway #7 and follow the signs to Harrison Hot Springs. Follow the Hot Springs road into Harrison Hot Springs and turn right onto Lillooet Avenue, one block from the beach.