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Though the world "wilderness" is in the resort name the accommodation is definitely not rustic unless you apply that to the slow satellite internet or lack of TV! We spent three nights here in late September. We stayed in Chalet 5 which could accommodate 8...More
We stayed at Desolation Resort in early September 17 for 2 nights, and we where lucky enough to be in Canada when it was hot.... I had booked directly with the Resort nearly a year previous, and it was a very easy booking process. The...More
Very unique cabins, we stayed in a two bedroom suite next to office. Beautiful, very private setting. Not much sun as resort. The dock was very old and unstable. Canoes & kayaks available to take out. Our coffee maker had a very distinct flavour/taste and...More
The cabin was very clean and well equipped. Although the cabin was basic in its furnishings, the beds, bedding and linens were excellent. The surroundings are amazingly quiet and the complimentary kayaks and canoes were appreciated. My only recommendation on the cabin would be an...More
The location is beautiful, the cabins are clean and well stocked with necessities. The staff was very helpful and friendly, with lots of suggestions and recommendations. I recommend Desolation Resort to anyone wishing for a quiet getaway to a gorgeous, remote location.
US$96 - US$904 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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