Vacation Rentals & Apartments in British Columbia

Vacation Rentals & Apartments in British Columbia

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Highlights British Columbia

  • British Columbia vacation rentals
  • Canadian wilderness getaway
  • Vancouver Island
  • North Cascades and Glacier National Parks
  • British Columbia nature retreat
  • Skiing and nature trails

Best Vacation Rentals and Apartments in British Columbia

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Shuswap Lake, Kamloops Region
Vacation Rental • 8 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
(10 reviews)
'The Retreat' is located on 1.5 acres of semi waterfront (300' of water frontage) to one side on the property. Private, separate entrance to a large canvas covered deck with night ambience lighting. Accommodations sleep 8 with 2 bedrooms, each having a queen bed. One room also has a set of twin bunk beds. A queen futon is located in the living area. Washer & dryer are located in the suite for your use. The bathroom is a sink, toilet & shower stall. Air conditioner for your comfort during the summer hot days along with portable fans. Open kitchen overlooks the deck & lake as you ...
from CA$303 / night
Shuswap Lake, Kamloops Region
Vacation Rental • 92 m² • 2 Bedrooms
(12 reviews)
Please be sure you are on a Canadian site for accurate pricing.Lilac House is one of two vacation homes on the property of 4.6 acres (See Sunflower Cottage). It is situated across the road from a sandy swimming beach. The deck has a very relaxing view of the gardens. The patio furniture, BBQ and fire pit are ready for your enjoyment. Enjoy our park-like setting on 4.6 acres. There is lots of room for the kids to play safely and to enjoy our games area that includes a horseshoe pit. This vacation home has two bedrooms, one with a king size bed, and the second with a queen bed. There is also ...
from CA$181 / night
Canadian Rocky Mountains, British Columbia
Log Cabin • 6 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(27 reviews)
Our property provides the athmosphere of a private secluded summer residence with beach. The cabin is on a hillside overlooking our lake front pasture and our private bay with beach. The location is very private with a beautiful deck where you can enjoy the sunset over the mountains.The cabin is 1300 sqft of very liveable space. It was originally built in 1995 with an addition added in 2009. Natural wood is the main materal throughout. Part of the cabin has cedar board walls and on the outside the siding is also natural wood. The main floor of the cabin consists of a spacious living area wi...
from CA$210 / night

Prices and availability

Vacation rental prices British Columbia

CA$539for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
CA$486 annual average
Average price per week

Vacation rentals availability British Columbia

39%for 11 Feb - 18 Feb
49% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in British Columbia

Lovely British Columbia locations

Come away and sample the vast splendour and majestic ruggedness of Canada´s renowned British Columbia area! With thousands of miles of pristine Canadian wilderness replete with snowy mountains, gleaming lakes, incredible wildlife, majestic hiking trails, top ski resorts, fabulous beaches and surfing, renowned wineries and the unmissable modern urban wonderland of Vancouver to explore you will have a vacation of a lifetime in all seasons!

A vacation rental for everyone

With a fabulous selection of vacation rentals strategically located near Olympic National Park, North Cascades National Park, Vancouver, along the coast of Vancouver Island and near Banff and Jasper National Parks and within easy reach of top ski resorts you will be poised to enjoy all that British Columbia has to offer! Find an idyllic alpine vacation rental in a peaceful woodland setting. Many of these stunning, spacious, fully equipped, comfortably furnished wood cabin style rentals are located a stone's throw from breathtaking ocean views or lakeland scenery and feature a pool as well as a splendid outdoor terrace. Find a perfect rental for just 2 or size up for 4, 6, 8 or even 10 guests with huge rentals on offer that can even accommodate as many as 21 guests!

Vacations in British Columbia

The area and getting around

Alpine peace and tranquility

Find peace and serenity in a British Columbia alpine cabin in the midst of unsurpassed beauty and serenity of raw wilderness naturescapes and easy access to towns and cities via a sophisticated network of well maintained roads. Average flying time from London and the Midlands to Vancouver is under 10 hours with daily flights available. British Columbia´s position on Canada's Pacific coast affords this state the mildest climate of all Canadian states perfect for travel in all seasons.

Majestic scenery and unique local attractions

British Columbia offers visitors to the region a chance to explore and experience some of the most remote and off the beaten track natural wonders in the world. With so many exceptional, renowned National Parks filled with pristine landscapes to choose from, you will need several lifetimes to get to know this spectacular region of the world. Miles of coastline with exquisite beaches and lakeshore settings offer incredible opportunities to spend time in nature enjoying watersport while vast tracts of splendid alpine scenery provide a wonderland in winter for thrill seekers who love the adrenaline rush of winter sport.

Travellers and activities

British Columbia for nature enthusiasts

Vancouver Island is a pristine haven for nature lovers with the Pacific Rim National Park situated on the rugged west coast where beautiful old growth temperate rainforest provides a spectacular setting for renowned hikes such as The West Coast Trail. Kootenay and Glacier National Parks offer brooding, dramatic mountain ranges, icefields, glaciers and plummeting waterfalls. The combination of jagged peaks and endless waterfalls make Yoho National Park the ultimate playground for hikers. These are just some of the natural wonders awaiting your discovery!

British Columbia for lovers of wine and fine dining

Get ready for second to none taste sensations and famed world class homegrown and bottled British Columbia wines as you explore the abundant, vibrant, cutting edge foodie culture that has put this region firmly on the world gastronomical map! Find farm to table excellence on Vancouver Island and in the Thompson Okanagan and Fraser Valleys. Explore a multitude of fantastic high end eateries and discover exquisite wineries, wine tours, dining and culinary tours as well as unique insights into local artisanal breweries and distilleries as you sample some of the best menus on the planet!

Did you know that British Columbia is famous for its BC roll, a type of sushi containing barbequed salmon and cucumber created in the 1970s by a famous Japanese chef!

Top 5 travel tips for British Columbia

1. Head to Vancouver for the day

Rise early and enjoy a scenic drive to the stunning city of Vancouver. This glittering metropolis is surrounded by a dramatic backdrop of snow capped mountain peaks and glimmering waterways. Pick from an array of stunning, innovative museums to visit, drop in at the wonderful Pacific Arts craft market and head to the beautifully vibrant downtown Gastown district where lovely, refurbished buildings are home to upscale and interesting boutiques and galleries. Have a late lunch in one of the trendy local restaurants and browse the shops before heading back to your vacation home base.

2. Explore the Beaches near Tofino

Head to the western shores of stunning Vancouver Island and discover the wild beauty of some of the world´s most breathtaking beaches. Long Beach offers 16km of pale, soft sand, jade green waters and gorgeous rocky headlands and mystical, pristine, shorefront forest. Be sure to look out for humpback whales! This is also a renowned surfing beach.

3. Visit Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park

Emerald Lake in the splendid Yoho National Park on British Columbia´s Eastern border is a total bucket list destination and a place for absolutely remarkable nature photography. The extraordinary, breathtaking, green blue colour of the lake is the result of light refracting from glacial mineral deposits in the lake. Here you are surrounded by majestic, towering mountain peaks and densely wooded, brooding banks with wonderful opportunities for leisurely summertime canoeing and hiking.

4. Take the Sky Ride up Grouse Mountain

Zoom up the side of Grouse Mountain on an unforgettable ride that offers you an unsurpassed bird´s eye view over the glittering metropolis of Vancouver amidst alpine scenery of majestic Douglas firs, dramatic snow capped peaks, a sweeping Pacific Ocean panorama and a view all the way to the Gulf islands! Ride North America's most impressive aerial tramway system to a mountain paradise that offers winter skiing, snowshoeing and skating. Be sure to grab a bite at the fabulous Altitudes Bistro overlooking Vancouver!

5.Visit Lussier Hot Springs

Find the ultimate in nature relaxation at Lussier hot springs in the East Kootenays of Eastern British Columbia! Here you can enjoy four fabulous natural hot spring pools set amidst pristine, enthralling, wilderness scenery. This is a remarkable summer or winter attraction to visit! If you are very adventurous you may decide to jump into the icy waters of the adjacent Lassier River and back into the hot pools!

FAQs: Vacation Rentals and Apartments in British Columbia

How much does it cost to rent a vacation rental in British Columbia?

The corona crisis heavily impacted travel in 2020. British Columbia had an annual average of around CA$366.33 per night.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in British Columbia?

]If you want to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit British Columbia are November (CA$270.33 the average per night for accommodation), December (CA$303.5), and October (CA$331.61).

When does the price of vacation rentals in British Columbia go up the most?

When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in British Columbia, the months when you will pay the most are, in order of highest to lowest, August, March and July, with average prices per night of CA$423.43, CA$402.8, and CA$400.23, respectively.

Should I plan a trip to British Columbia well in advance?

It's worthwhile to be proactive in British Columbia as only 30% of the accommodations remain available throughout the year, following the data observed in 2020.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The most available months are, on average, May (with an availability of 44.6%), April (41%), and June (34%), according to the trends observed in 2020.

Which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?

According to data from 2020, the months with the fewest housing options available in British Columbia are, in order, August (with 15.6% of available rentals), February (21.8%), and July (22%).

How many rentals does Holidu have in British Columbia?

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