Advance booking is required with a non-refundable deposit – $25.00 for a single night’s stay and $50.00 for multiple nights. This payment can be e-transfered to Riverbend@saywardvalley.net. For our international guests, we offer PayPal. Click on the icon. wp_paypal_payment
Balance due upon arrival – cash, e-transfer or PayPal. Sorry, we do not accept cheques, credit or debit cards
Check-in is between 3pm and 6pm. Check-out is 10am
Prices quoted are for double occupancy and include GST and PST taxes. Additional persons may be accommodated ($)
Kusam Klimb bookings require 100% deposit with no cancellation refund, minimum two nights stay
Complimentary Guest WIFI in the suite and immediate yard area
Complimentary coffee, tea and bottled water as well as complimentary ice available upon request
We are environmentally responsible. After two night’s stay, towel refresh may be requested
- Beach towels are provided
Pets are welcome if pets are not left unattended, on leash in the yard area, and droppings picked up. Guests are responsible for damages
Quiet time is 9pm to 7am. Partying and/or loud music is not tolerated at any time
Smoking is permitted outside only. Ashtrays are to be used. Littering is not acceptable
No drugs permitted on premises (including cannabis)
We are a farm and have chickens and a pet cat. The cat is not allowed into the guest suites
A selection of movie DVDs, books and cards are available upon request. Neither satellite nor cable TV is available
Please note there is no cellular service in our area
Our Property and Safety
Both suites are equipped with smoke detectors and fire extinguishers. A first aid kit is on site and available if needed. The Village of Sayward has emergency services including RCMP, medical clinic, ambulance and fire department.
We do experience occasional power outages so each suite has flashlights provided. A diesel generator is on site for limited electrical supply to ensure your comfort and safety.
The yard area offers a fire pit and picnic table – perfect for toasting marshmallows. Fires are to be contained within the fire ring and are subject to fire bans. Firewood, toasting forks and lawn chairs are available.
The trails and beaches along the river are wonderful places to explore. Canoe, paddles and PFD are available upon request. Floatation devices must be worn. Sturdy walking shoes should be worn on the trails. Two way radios are available in order to make contact with your hosts. You may encounter elk, deer, black bear, cougars, hawks, bald eagles, herons. Take your camera and a walking stick. These are all wild animals and precautions should be taken. Do not feed the wildlife.
Beach towels are provided. Please do not take room towels to the beach. There is a water tap at the trail head to wash the sand off of shoes and feet. Remember the river can be cold and strong currents may exist at certain times of the year.
Use of the canoe, fire pit, trails, beach and river is at your own risk. Children require supervision.