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“ONE OF THE MOST EYE CATCHING PLACES ON EARTH.”
June 2020 COVID-19 update: Yes, we are open!
Conveniently located only 5 minutes past Telegraph Creek on the Glenora Road. Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast offers private rooms & cabins that include a homemade breakfast at an unbelievable location in Northern British Columbia.
Our 98-acre homestead sits below Blueberry Mountain. You get an incredible view of the Stingy Mountains from anywhere on the property. Guests enjoy sitting on the porch of their cabin while enjoying their morning coffee or tea, taking in the peacefulness our location offers.
Guests can enjoy watching the Northern Lights, snowshoeing (snowshoes are provided), and even wildlife viewing right on the property. Looking for more? Explore downtown Telegraph creek and check out the Stikine Museum! Take a drive to Glenora and walk alongside the Stikine River.
We are 100% off-the-grid but with full electricity. Our electricity comes from our 20 solar panels, or a generator to charge the batteries during the winter months when there is less sun. We get a lot of comments from guests telling us that they had no idea we were off the grid! Guests can charge their devices in either cabin.
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Northern British Columbia
We are a 2-hour drive off Highway 37 (Dease Lake) in Northern British Columbia. Located only a 5-minute drive past Telegraph Creek on the Glenora Road, Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place to stay for business trips, or that get-away you’ve been looking for!
Hyland Creek Cabin
There is more than enough space and extras in this custom built 800+ sq. ft cabin. The bathroom features a spacious shower, toilet and sink. The kitchen is fully stocked to prepare your meals. BBQ and chairs are on the deck. Enjoy the mountain views and blackout curtains.
- Sleeps 1 to 10 people
- Electricity(always!) + Running Water (year-round)
- 3 Queen Beds + 2 Twin XLs + a Double Bed
- Kitchen with pots, pans, and everything else needed to prepare meals
- Wood or Propane Heat
- Full home cooked breakfast included with you
Alkali Lake Cabin
This brand new cabin is your ‘Home Away From Home’. It has everything you need; it features a very comfortable queen bed, with a cozy duvet and flannel sheets. The outdoor shower is highly recommended (seasonal). The kitchen is fully stocked with everything you need to prepare meals.
- Perfect for 1 to 2 people
- Electricity(always) + Running Water (seasonal)
- Queen Bed
- Kitchen with a Fridge + 4 burner Propane Stove & Oven
- Propane Heat
- Full home cooked breakfast included with your stay.
Great Location in Telegraph Creek
Located in the pristine Telegraph Creek, Northern British Columbia. We are nestled below Blueberry mountain on a 98 acre homestead only a 5 minute drive from the Telegraph Creek town centre and located on the Glenora Road. We cater to the solo traveller, small and large work crews, government employees and the general tourist looking for a wilderness escape,
Enjoy free WiFi in the cabin(s) and in our main residence. Perfect for checking messages, emails, basic web browsing and social media posts.
Are you an avid bird watcher? Since the Forest Fire in 2018, the wild birds have returned and many species are able to be seen on our property and in the valley.
Hiking & Walking Trails
Hiking and Walking trails are located on the property, perfect for picture taking, bird watching, viewing plants & wildflowers, and of course, taking in that fresh mountain air! Guests always enjoy the hiking trail up to our lookout point, which shows an amazing view of the valley.
The perfect location to watch the northern lights, it’s been many guest’s favourite experiences here.
We love to see a smiling face when staying with us, so we provide a lovely home cooked breakfast for our guests. Enjoy farm fresh eggs from our chickens, homemade breads and other baked goods all made in house. Our coffee is ordered in fresh from Atlin.
Parking & Turn around space
There is plenty of parking for any size of truck & trailer on our 98 acre property—and plenty of room to turn around. (we have had full size semi’s turn around in our yard with no problems!)
Check out the Stikine Museum while you are in Telegraph Creek. You will not be disappointed; countless hours were put into the set up of the museum, there is so much history under one roof- find out more information by clicking here.
We offer free shuttle service to our guests traveling to Telegraph Creek by boat or aircraft. We also offer a safe place to park your vehicle while you paddle your way to Alaska down the Stikine River
Methods of Payment
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Interac cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Email Money Transfer, and cash.
Pets are always welcome here, and stay for free. Please read more about bringing your pet here.
Charging your Device
Yes, you are able to charge your devices in either cabin.
River Boat Tours
River Boat Tours for the Stikine River are available during the summer months. Please contact us if you require more information or want to book your river tour!
Off- Grid Experience
When people hear “off-grid” they think oil lamps, flashlights and hauling water(although that is still a lovely set up and experience). But that’s not the case here; with electricity, running hot and cold water, most guests do not even realize we are off the grid. We do have some restrictions on our power usage (like having to run the generator to heat the block heater in a vehicle, unplugging a charger when not in use and turning off the lights if you don’t need them!)
With finishing touches, like cozy duvets, flannel sheets and wood heat, you won’t want to get out of bed! The cabins are fully stocked with pretty much everything you need to make you feel right at home. Need anything else? Just ask.
In August of 2018, we survived the Alkali Lake Forest Fire. Thankfully we were able to save our buildings by staying during the fire, but our property took a big hit as you can see. Out of our 98 acres, approximately 40 were cleared, and the remaining 60 acres of prime timber forest were lost to the fire. Please bear with us while we clean up the burnt trees from the fire; we promise the views are still as amazing as before the fire.