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We had a great time during our three nights here and found the B&B very relaxing with plenty of help on hand but also our own space and privacy in our separate accommodation - Vineyard View. Breakfast was well cooked with local ingredients and there...More
We love B&B and E'Laysa Guesthouse an unforgettable experience! Wonderful hosts Silke and Neil! This is a First class B&B. Beautiful well maintained garden. Very comfortable and clean room. Breakfasts were delicious. As suggested from Neil, a short walk up the hill to enjoy the...More
We had the pleasure of staying here two nights. Neil and Silka are great hosts. Both morning we had 5 star breakfasts. Great coffee! We stayed in the courtyard room. Very clean and spacious. Beautiful grounds. There is a open area up above the driveway...More
Can't say enough good things about this wonderful guest house. Only bad thing I would say is, it leaves anywhere else in the region in its shadows. From arriving to check out was perfect, Neil and Silke were the perfect hosts as was Raphael the...More
The best B&B in Penticton area. Everything was top notch. Great location, rooms, landscape, amazing view from the property, relaxing atmosphere and delicious breakfast. Thank you Neil, Silke and Raphael for the great vacation we had.
Hello! Yes, you can walk along the KVR to Hillside or Red Rooster (they have lunches), or also along the road to Vanilla Pod at Poplar Grove, or the kitchen at Da Silva. Those are all wineries. We have bikes for guest use... More
Hello! Yes, you can walk along the KVR to Hillside or Red Rooster (they have lunches), or also along the road to Vanilla Pod at Poplar Grove, or the kitchen at Da Silva. Those are all wineries. We have bikes for guest use so you can shorten the travel time by biking, or access many more restaurants both in Penticton (~10 min bike ride), and along the Naramata bench.