““I cannot recommend Hyland Creek too highly. The Cabin is south facing with a great view of the mountain from the deck and front window. The home-cooked breakfast was excellent and different each day. Everything was clean and well maintained. Hyland Creek is 5 minutes or less from town on a good gravel road. Neoma and Russell are friendly and nothing was too much trouble. All round, excellent!”
“Had an excellent stay beautiful cabin and comfy bed
Great breakfast with friendly hosts
Lovely scenic view of the mountains and interesting drive
In on the road to telegraph creek
Visited the museum in telegraph creek wich was very informative of the history of the area.”
“I stayed at the B&B for an overnight after a water-taxi with clients from Wrangell, Alaska. That is around 6 hrs straight driving and navigating the river.
The B&B is the perfect place to recharge and reset after a long trip! The beautiful views and open country, the ranch-style setting, and the extremely comfortable cabin were just what I needed. Neoma was a great host and is a wonderful cook as well.
Just as good as home, I hope to visit again soon!
“I absolutely enjoyed staying at this cabin. It is brand new and well stocked with towels and toiletries. The kitchen is amazing with top of the line pots and pans. Neoma provides an array of spices, coffee beans and a cofffee press. It offers beautiful scenery and privacy. I highly recommend this accommodation!”
“I don’t usually give five stars unless I’m staying in a luxury hotel where all my needs are anticipated however given the time and place this B&B deserves it!
We recently meet friends for a rafting trip on the Stikine River starting in Telegraph Creek BC. Telegraph Creek is a small Tahltan community with few services. The Hyland B&B was a great place to stay with full kitchen in a new (2017) cabin in the woods. The property is located a few miles from the river and the put in for our trip but Neoma our friendly hostess was very accommodating in offering shuttle service. We were a large party (12) but all felt cozy. My wife and I slept in a wall tent which was very nice complete with queen sized bed, linens and comforter. The rest of our party fit nicely in the cabin. The property was very environmentally friendly and used 100% off grid power-we never heard a generator during our stay. HOT water was plentiful (this is very important for river travelers) and all had the opportunity to have a hot shower.
Breakfast was awesome and hearty. Fresh fruit, muffins and coffee greeted us at the door…followed by eggs, pancakes and bacon! Most of the food was grown on the property.
There was more to do then just eat and sleep. A beautiful trail led from the property up into the near by hills and offered a great view of the valley. “
“After an amazing drive in to Telegraph Creek, though an incredible canyon and an area I like to call “the Hawaii of Canada) you come to this classic old town hung on the edge of the canyon surrounded by mountain peaks. But were to stay?
Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast has a great log cabin tucked off in a corner for privacy, completely self sufficient. Everything is top notch, with tons of room, a great front deck with a terrific view. The breakfast is pretty special too. Full on farm fresh, big hearty meal! Plus the rates are very reasonable.
Neoma and Russell are fantastic hosts as well, making it the best experience on my trip.”
We were directed to Hyland Creek by the full B&B in Dease and were very impressed. The Cabin was extremely clean and the bed very comfortable. The homemade bread for breakfast was definitely a bonus. The setting was amazing and the hostess, Neoma very friendly and welcoming. Thank you.
“I stayed in the wall tent, very cozy, comfy bed. Breakfast was excellent! The scenery is fantastic! The view from up at the look out is breath taking, well worth the hike. Interesting drive into the location, lots of beautiful scenery to look at on the trip in. Hosts are very friendly and accommodating!! Definitely plan to go back!”
“After having lodged at many places in Canada, this was by far the most relaxing and memorable experience. The lodging itself is brand new build cabin, with three rooms, hot water on demand, a gorgeous kitchen and living room area! The beds are extremely comfortable, and the entire building is extremely clean (even the corners)!! The view of the gorgeous mountains and the quiet were perfect for a wonderful rest. The morning was welcomed with a lovely breakfast by the host Neoma- who herself is so kind and welcoming! We didn’t want to leave! We will definitely recommend this to anyone we know heading to Telegraph Creek! Thank you Russel and Neoma!”
“Nice little cabin separate from the main house. Beds were comfy and we loved the location. Highly recommend spending the night and taking your time exploring the Telegraph Creek area. Neoma was a great host and breakfast was lovely with homemade jam and freshly picked strawberries. Thanks for your hospitality – we enjoyed our stay!”
“Neoma’s place is absolutely wonderful. It’s new, clean, charming and in an absolutely stunningly beautiful setting. She is charming and a wonderful host. I hope I make it to her place again sometime.”
We were just looking for a weekend to get away from everything. It was all that and more! A very cozy and clean cabin, great scenery, wonderful and friendly hosts, and lots of room to walk/hike. We enjoyed a hike up the hill in the back and spent some time at the look out enjoying the pristine scenery. Highly recommended!!!”
“I stayed at Hyland Creek Bed and Breakfast while working in Telegraph Creek, BC and would recommend it to anyone looking for accommodation in the area. Mountains everywhere you look, the room was cool despite 30C days and fresh eggs from the chicken coup for breakfast! Also, two adorable doggos and a cat that snorts!”
“Book this place. Just do it. The hosts are lovely and seem like old friends. The breakfast is completely from scratch and is excellent- we already miss it! The hosts have two awesome dogs on property that are big friendly babies. We found the suite comfortable, beautiful, and new: not “mousey” or “spidery” at all. There were lots of personal touches and a beautiful quiet view. The shower is nice and hot! Also, the stargazing is incredible! There is also a number of quad paths to walk on the 100 acre property as well as a bit of a hike to a nice viewpoint. There are a million berries to eat if you like a tart cranberry flavour. With berries come the odd black bear, which was cool to see. “