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We stayed here for two nights while in the area this summer. Had no complaints, our room was large, well furnished and the bathroom full of toiletries. There isn't a lot to do in Stewart but the museum was very interesting. We walked along the...More
We had room 601 in the Zeffert building and just loved it. A nice sized room, really comfy bed, well appointed albeit old kitchen and a cute 'terrace' over the roof of the library. A nice big bathroom with really good water pressure. A small...More
Weather was terrible on the day from our arrival, obstructing the view unto all the hanging glaciers on the way to Stewart.
The Ripley Creek Inn is a picturesque collection of historic buildings on Stewart's "main street", pretentiously named Fifth Avenue.
The lady at the...More
We stayed for 2 nights in the Brothel house. From the outside it looks lovely. Hower inside it's not that great. The kitches was really filty!! I hardly dared to use it.
The room was better, but the carpet was dirty as well as the...More
If there were an award for creative repurposing of existing historic buildings, then Ripley Creek Inn would be the hands-down winner. They have taken mining-era buildings and created a comfortable, modern interior that makes for a enjoyable stay.
The Crow's Nest building, one of several,...More
As I write this from Eagle Plains Lodge, 30km from the Arctic Circle, on my way up to Inuvik & Tuktoyaktuk, I would suggest that Stanza W develop a light hearted sense of humour and some more travel & travel review... More
As I write this from Eagle Plains Lodge, 30km from the Arctic Circle, on my way up to Inuvik & Tuktoyaktuk, I would suggest that Stanza W develop a light hearted sense of humour and some more travel & travel review experience based on the number of reviews attached to her profile and the fact she returns to the exact same place every year for the past half decade. My review of Ripley Creek Inn stands and I agree with Stanza W on one thing - the Ripley Creek Inn is a great place to stay if you're OK with reading a book in your room on a rainy day. (FYI: I enjoyed a walk on the boardwalk during a rainy day, drove up to Salmon glacier, viewed Grizzlies feeding on salmon in Hyder, spent time walking around town, visited the Toaster Museum and read a book on the natural history of the area in my room. None of which has anything to do with the Ripley Creek Inn! The focus of my original review.)
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