Quaaout Lodge & Spa has been established for over 25 years on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake. The 70-room facility has grown from inception to include spa and conference halls, not to mention an 18-hole golf course ranked in the top 10 in B.C., and cultural awareness features such as a re-created kekuli on the property beside the lake, and pictography in the facility's walks and walls that recall the ancient connection of the Little Shuswap Indian Band with their traditional territory in the Secwepemc Nation. Little Shuswap Lake attractions might be what you need to beat things to do in Vancouver.
The highly regarded Talking Rock Golf Course opened in 2007. In some golf seasons they enjoy openings that come earlier than others, "The course opened in late March last year, but this year we opened on April 15, 2017," says Jesse Ziercke, Resort Manager.
The Quaaout Lodge & Spa Hotel and Conference centre architecture speaks to a design from the ancient past with a lobby reminiscent of original housing in the Secwepemc Nation. Visitors are greeted by grand entrance to a circular fireplace and high ceiling. The lounge and restaurant adjacent the lobby offers a panaromic view of the lake.
Every guest room and suite immerses you in a level of comfort and relaxation that quiets the senses and calms the mind. All rooms have a private balcony or patio with lake views, allowing you to watch the sun dance across Little Shuswap Lake throughout the day before setting majestically over the mountains.
The immediate surroundings of Quaaout Lodge & Spa, Shuswap Lakes, B.C. Interior forests of fir, spruce, and cottonwood trees, the highly ranked golf course, and a climate that is temperate with a mild spring, fabulous summer, and late autumn. Little Shuswap Lake is free of ice by the end of March.
The hotel guest rooms at the Quaaout Lodge & Spa are well-appointed with cordless phones, large LED flat screen TVs, coffee makers, kettles, fridges, large closets, and newly-appointed bathrooms with low-flush commodes and lounge-style bathtubs with non-slip surfaces for those who prefer to shower.
A unique golfing experience awaits on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake. Talking Rock Golf Course is, "perfect for all levels," and the property has become a source of pride of the Little Shuswap Indian Band since opening in August 2007. Designed by acclaimed Canadian architects Graham Cooke and Wayne Carlton, "the course meanders through a mature, sandy forest before ending with a breathtaking 18th hole extending along the Little Shuswap Lake shoreline," says Ziercke.
Minimal alteration of the diverse landscape was required, creating a golf course of natural and rugged character that demands strategy and thought from players of all skills and abilities. Whether you are an experienced golfer or just learning the game, Talking Rock Golf Course offers a wonderful challenge for everyone and stunning scenery with every shot.
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, Ziercke notes, "Our Lakefront wedding venues accommodate brides and grooms who want to make theirs a destination wedding celebration in The Shuswap. We offer a tranquil mountain sanctuary where gracious hospitality, the shimmering waters of Little Shuswap Lake and traditional Aboriginal architecture set an unforgettable backdrop for your special day. From intimate family affairs to large, formal celebrations, we specialize in creating signature weddings (http://www.quaaoutlodge.com/weddings-en.html) by the lake."
You can enhance your stay in the Shuswap whether looking to host an important conference, enjoy a mountain adventure, a relaxing day of boating on Little Shuswap Lake, a round of golf on the breathtaking Talking Rock Golf Course, or simply lounge on a sandy beach. The Quaaout Lodge & Spa, Shuswap Lakes, is committed to creating an unforgettable experience. Visit the Website to select one of the exclusive hotel deals or vacation packages to further enhance your stay.
Quaaout Lodge & Spa, Shuswap Lakes
1663 Little Shuswap Lake Road, Chase, BC V0E 1M2
Tel (250) 679-3090 or 1 (800) 663-4303 Fax: (250) 679-3039