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Cassiar Cannery ~ where history and nature meet~

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Porching is a great way to spend an afternoon watching the world float by out front
All the Guest Houses have large waterfront decks made from cedar we milled on site.
Wee one bedroom Coho House is perfect for two!

Overview
3 bedrooms
1 bathroom
6 guests
2 nights minimum 
Holiday Rental House
Located at the mouth of the Skeena River on British Columbia's scenic North Coast lies one of the most unique places in the province. Surrounded by outstanding wilderness beauty and biodiversity, Cassiar Cannery is pleased to offer four fully furnished, self-catered waterfront heritage houses for nightly or executive rental. Nestled along the shoreline of Inverness Passage, Cassiar Cannery's Guest Houses are unique and comfortable. Estuaries are rare ecosystems where fresh water from the Skeena River, second largest river in BC and one of the longest rivers in the world without a dam, mixes with the ocean resulting in a rich complex ecosystem supporting a host of flora and fauna. Expect to see our resident eagles and ravens perched on the old pilings watching for juvenile salmon and ot...Located at the mouth of the Skeena River on British Columbia's scenic North Coast lies one of the most unique places in the province. Surrounded by outstanding wilderness beauty and biodiversity, Cassiar Cannery is pleased to offer four fully furnished, self-catered waterfront heritage houses for nightly or executive rental. Nestled along the shoreline of Inverness Passage, Cassiar Cannery's Guest Houses are unique and comfortable. Estuaries are rare ecosystems where fresh water from the Skeena River, second largest river in BC and one of the longest rivers in the world without a dam, mixes with the ocean resulting in a rich complex ecosystem supporting a host of flora and fauna. Expect to see our resident eagles and ravens perched on the old pilings watching for juvenile salmon and other forage fish. A myriad of migratory birds touch down to feed on the rich, rare and complex grasses of the saltwater marsh surrounding the property. Guests are fascinated with the movement of the water through the North Coast's large tidal cycle where it can move from the outer edge of the dock right up to the houses. All of Cassiar Cannery's houses are on pilings and at times, are perched right over the ocean. The North Coast is renowned as having some of the best sport fishing grounds in BC. Five species of salmon, huge halibut, crab, prawns and rockfish make this a fishing destination for both sport fishermen and the commercial fleet. The commercial gillnet fleet still fishes along Inverness Passage and into the mouth of the Skeena River. This is a rare and wonderful treat for both our guests and us and highlights why this place is here in the first place. In 1889, Alfred E. Green purchased the lot known as the Cassiar Cannery to participate in the salmon boom of the 19th and 20th centuries. By this time, self-contained cannery towns had sprung up all over the West Coast. Built of solid BC timber, Cassiar Cannery had a large canning operation on a huge wooden dock, machine shops, electrical shops, a General Store, doctor's office, boat shop, net loft, storage, cannery worker accommodation, cookhouse and five houses, six residences for the cannery managers and owner. Cassiar Cannery was the longest consecutively operated salmon cannery on the West Coast of Canada operating continuously from 1903 through 1983. It was the last operating Skeena River cannery. Four of the former cannery manager's homes have been thoughtfully restored into fully furnished, self-catered Guest Houses. There are two, stand alone, three bedroom Guest Houses which sleep six called Sockeye House and Halibut House. Two bedroom Steelhead House and one-bedroom Coho House are a duplex with separate entrances and sharing a common deck. All the Guest Houses have luxury linens, hand-built reclaimed cedar furniture, full kitchens, new appliances (except for Coho House which has an original 1960s turquoise stove), BBQs on large waterfront decks, TVs with DVD players, shampoo, conditioner and towels. Wi-Fi is available with some restrictions. Some houses have satellite TV. There is ample parking for trucks and trailers along with access to a deep-freeze for sport fishermen. Sockeye House sleeps six in three bedrooms – two with queen beds and one bedroom with two twin beds. It has a washer and dryer and water views from almost every room. With a beautiful yellow cedar floor and handmade reclaimed cedar beds, Sockeye House is a fabulous base for your North Coast adventure. Halibut House also has three bedrooms, two with queen beds and one with twin XL bunk beds, original fir floors, new appliances and a washer/dryer. It will be ready for guests June 2015. Now accepting reservations. Steelhead House also sleeps six in two bedrooms. It has a queen bed in the front bedroom and two sets of twin bunks in the back bedroom. It also has a reclaimed yellow cedar floor and access to a washer/dryer in another house. Coho House is a cozy small one bedroom Guest House with the most comfortable bed. It has access to a washer/dryer in another house. Under restoration and diversification since the summer of 2006, join us, and the thousands of people before us, that know there is something remarkable about this place. Please visit our website for further information. Please note the availability calendar on Flipkey/Trip advisor only reflects bookings in Sockeye House.
House Rules
Pets not allowedKid friendlyNo smoking
Totally unsuitable for unsupervised children. This is also a very quiet place so please, no partiers.
Bedrooms
2 Queens2 Singles
Bathrooms
1 Full bath

Meet the host
Justine C
Hosting since January 2011
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
Response Rate: 83%
Response Time: Within a few hours
Interaction with guestsYour hosts, Justine and Mark, live on site and we are here to help you make the most of your stay. We also are cognizant of guests' who are seeking some R&R so we let you take the lead on how much interaction you would like! We are here to meet and greet you when you arrive and get you settled in to your Guest House.

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Reviews (55)
Wendy H
Wendy H
Prince Rupert, Canada20 contributions
What a wonderful place for a weekend retreat.
I just spent a wonderful weekend retreat at Cassiar Cannery with my sister. We loved it and will definitely be back. We stayed in Halibut House and it was very nice. Beautiful hand made furniture, lovely towels and bedding and a kitchen with everything you would need. There’s a great deck with Adirondack chairs to relax in and enjoy the view. A perfect experience for people looking to unwind, unplug and just relax and enjoy each other’s company.
Visited May 2021
Written May 30, 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

mbw56
mbw56
Canada90 contributions
A real gem
This is a lovely retreat from the world, in spectacular surroundings. Our host Justine was so welcoming and accommodating. The historic site made the location very special. Because the weather was so poor, we could not lounge about on the lovely deck unless we were totally bundles up against drizzle, rain and wind. We were in a duplex so the deck was shared, not my cup of tea but we never saw our neighbour, so no big deal on this visit. I was concerned about the trains but ended up just loving them. I spent a lot of time on trains in my youth, and my son works for CN, so ...Once I realized it was the train making like a baby earth quake I was fine, even anticipated their passing. The cottage was well equipped with good cookware, quality kitchen linens, and touches of flowers in vases throughout. I did wish for a cozy chair in the main area (kitchen and dining), which would have been possible if the wooden seating bench was replaced with a couple of nice padded arm chairs. I also pined for a window in the door to the deck. Having not been there high summer, we wondered if there would be a bug problem, and if so, with no window fly screens how would that be. The bed in the bedroom was very comfy. Being Scandinavian and and trained interior designer, used to adjusting for less light, I had a strong urge to paint all the rooms a light colour like the main room, where the light was is very lovely. If I had complaints they would be Covid, and poor weather, both uncontrollable factors. Covid because we could not enjoy the (apparently incredible) meals at the retreat, nor dine in Prince Rupert (our takeout experience was awful). That left us pretty stuck on the premises, which are limited in terms of getting into nature outside of the confines of the resort. We did take a trip to Butze Rapids, very pretty hike. We are definitely thinking about coming back, and maybe trying out one of the other cottages that does not have a shared deck.
Visited May 2021
Written May 13, 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

stephandworld
stephandworld
Kitchener, Canada37 contributions
Can we move in?
We stayed with 5 friends in the Steelhead cabin in May 2019. It was a wonderful visit for two nights, the most comfortable beds, stunning views, and a cozy space. Fresh flowers were in vases throughout the cabin and all the kitchen amenities were available to use. It's a bumpy ride past the Cannery so make sure to slow down and enjoy the drive. Be ready for some rumblings from the train that goes by. One of my friends forgot her hat, and Justine even mailed it back to her. So lovely.
Visited May 2019
Written May 25, 2019. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Yes please! A great group of women to have as neighbours! Thanks for the lovely review. Hope we get to see you gals again! Justine
Written May 26, 2019. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Alex C
Alex C
Quesnel, Canada75 contributions
Pretty well perfect location
We were there for the cannery tour which included food, lodging and 3 days travel by jet boat to other canneries and places of interest nearby by jet boat. We were in the halibut house and it was splendid. We had it to ourselves and it was possibly overkill. Although we did not need any the cooking facilities were great. Sitting on the deck was totally enjoyable just watching the tide change the direction of flow in the channel. Meals were splendid in the main building and all was close. The house was much bigger than we needed with 3 bedrooms all tastefully furnished. A wonderful experience.
Visited May 2018
Written June 28, 2018. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Thanks for the lovely note Alex! I'm so glad you signed up to explore these interesting historical spots around the Lower Skeena River! We love hosting these events so thanks for coming! Hope to see you again, Justine
Written June 29, 2018. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

88KA88
88KA88
27 contributions
Fun & Friendship
Our group attended the Womens Rejuvenation Retreat in May, it was great fun, the Guest house we stayed in had one room with 2 bunkbeds, bunks very comfortable and another room had a queen size bed, each bed had a down duvet, there is a full kitchen & bath, little sitting room, and a great sun deck and the train that rocks you to sleep over all everything we need. Chief Nadia made outstanding meals always a surprise. We made silk scarfs, did Skeena River mud facicals, yoga, meditation, big canoe adventure and took part in a cooking demonstation. We had a great time and made new friends. Like to thank Justine and her team for a fun time everyone on your team does a great job at giving everyone a great experience.
Visited May 2018
Written June 10, 2018. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
88KA88 - thanks for the lovely review! I had a great time with the ladies. These retreats are fun! Hope to see you on your next trip to the coast! Justine
Written June 12, 2018. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Jstfun
Jstfun
Vernon, Canada5 contributions
Magical
This was my second trip to the Cassiar Cannery, and I can assure you it won't be my last. Justine and Marc are the greatest hosts, their love, and passion for maintaining this little piece of paradise and history shines through in all the care and attention they give to this special place. The cabins are so comfortable and the history entrenched in every aspect of the Cannery. I can only say if you haven't been go, you will not be disappointed in fact it may become somewhere you feel right through your soul. I can't wait to go back again
Visited September 2017
Written November 12, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Jstfun! We were looking forward to your trip and meeting your friends and family! I don't think I'll ever forget our jet boat trip - that was one for the books. We are looking forward to seeing you again and if we pop through the Okanagan - let you know! Justine
Written November 13, 2017. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Dennis Nelson
Dennis Nelson
Prince George, Canada43 contributions
For a Unique Place to Stay, consider the Cassiar Cannery
I stayed at the Cannery by myself on a business trip in Prince Rupert this week. My intention was to find something a little off the beaten track and different from the usual 'room, bed, tv'. I wanted something different! On my journey to the cannery I followed the directions provided by the staff. The windy road past Port Edward eventually led to the North Pacific Cannery and from that point forward it became quite 'wavy' and windy. At the end of the road was what I thought was quite a poorly marked finish... the Cassiar Cannery. It simply had a yellow gate across the railroad tracks with a 'private property' sign on it. If I had no directions beforehand I would have turned around and left at that point because it just did not appear to be a place that was welcoming to others. I opened the gate and proceeded in and saw a man walking toward me. He seemed friendly enough, saying his name was Mark. He told me where my place was and that the only thing to know was to 'not go on the dock'. I found this quite disappointing as there was really nowhere else to go. He said it was quite run down and was hazardous, which I totally understood. Its just too bad, because it is an extremely alluring landmark and when there it just has a sort of pull that makes you want to proceed onto it. The beauty of the place can be described as desolate, rugged, natural beauty. The shared deck at the back of the duplex I was staying at was very nice. I really loved the fact that the ocean is only meters away from this deck, with seagulls, herons in your backyard. Mentioned above is a description of the beauty of the place, which ruled above all. The cabin I stayed in was stocked with a stove, full sized fridge, water cooler (thank goodness, as the water from the taps is tea coloured!), bed, barbeque, tv and dvd player. The tranquil setting was rejuvenating after a day of work, not bad to come back to. I would not, however, recommend this for a business trip. The lack of adequate wifi and total lack of cellular communication does not jive well with business. This coupled with the very loud (and close) train that barrels through 4-8 times during the night, making for a disruptive sleep. When working daily, this disturbance is frustrating. I think this would be a nice place to come to unwind and recharge despite this. My only concern other than the train is that there really is very little to do... walk up and down each direction of the train tracks; go to the NP Cannery in the day; sit on the deck. Tranquil, rejuvenating... absolutely. Just can't see doing this for more than a day or two, that is, if its not pouring with rain, which I think is quite common. A couple of suggestions on making this place into a GREAT place to visit. I really think if the dock cannot be fixed so that its safe, a new one is badly needed. If people had a way of mooring their boats at this location, you could be guaranteed year round solid rentals. I am sure this would be a huge undertaking, but it would not need to be an overly fancy dock. If one could cast a line off from the dock, this would be enticing for all ages. The provision or rental of ocean kayaks would make this place a destination. Can you imagine working the day to come back to your room so you can take off for the evening in the kayak? WOW. Lastly, these sundecks need a section where you can sit when it is raining. I found when it was wet I needed to head indoors, which is not why I would come to a place like this. Sitting under a cover while the rain comes down would provide a magical experience that would make this special place so much more comfortable. In a nutshell... very nice, unique experience all week in this great place. Great to unwind, not great for work accommodation. A few minor to major changes would make this place much more functional and deserving of higher ratings. Enjoy!
Visited August 2017
Written September 1, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Dear Denis: Thank you for taking the time to leave such a detailed review. You have many great suggestions - especially a covered area on the sun decks. You may or may not be familiar with the back story of our time at the Cassiar Cannery. Now in its 128th year, we arrived in 2006 to a place that was so messy and run down that it scared off professional property cleaner-uppers. For the past 11 years, we have worked tirelessly to clean up the site and get it back on its feet. It is far from perfect yet, but we work on making it better every day. To date, we have focused our restoration efforts on the buildings on land. We spent our first year clearing off the 5 acre dock as it was totally covered in debris. We have some good photos on our website cassiarcannery.com in the gallery section under Clean Up. Historically, the canneries put in 50,000 board feet a year of wood. I wish we could do that! I'm happy we have a little sawmill now because we are making inroads. Technology is also slow to catch up in the North, particularly more rural locations. We do have satellite internet that is available to our guests. It is far from perfect itself with its own restrictions but better than dial up! We've installed a free phone in the phone booth with a long distance package. Cell service is 10 minutes up the road. One takes on a massive liability when taking responsibility for people's boats. Many of our guests have gorgeous boats and the combination of the the big tides on the North Coast with the water pouring out of the Skeena River creates huge current, which brings down enormous sweeper logs from the river, barreling down Inverness Passage. I'm OK with having our little boat hung up on a log but Mark would never sleep a wink worrying about people's boats. The Port Ed Marina, 10 minutes up the road, is safe and secure and the boats do not get damaged there. We don't provide kayaks or a canoe because - if you are not experienced - you could be in big trouble. We have partnered with a local guide who we recommend to our guests to match the level of difficulty with people's experience to the right area. The North Coast has cold water, big tides and strong currents. We manage that risk for our guests by matching them with a local professional guides who knows where to go according to each person's ability. Thanks again for taking the time to share your thoughts and feedback. Justine and Mark
Written September 2, 2017. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Lauren B
Lauren B
Edson, Canada5 contributions
The Cassiar Cannery is the perfect mix of moden amenities with the historic charm of the past.
The Cassiar Cannery is the perfect place to stay in the Port Edward/Prince Rupert area. It is the perfect mix of modern amenities with the historic charm of what used to be the pride of the North Coast. We have stayed here 2 times now & we have already booked our next visit for next July. Justine & Mark are the perfect hosts & amazingly friendly! If you need literally anything they will make it happen! Everything feels very much like home there from the incredibly comfortable beds to the dogs hanging out on the deck! This place is a little slice of heaven and a perfect 10! Perfect for fisher-people or people just looking for a serene place to relax & literally "get away from it all." Plus you're only about 10 minutes from Port Edward & maybe 25 minutes from Prince Rupert, but it feels like you are secluded on your own island away from everyday life! They do have the train tracks that run through the property and there are about 4-6 trains a day/night, but in my personal opinion I think they add to the charm! Railways used to be the only means of transportation & shipping of products when Cassiar was a working salmon cannery! This is the perfect place to stay on the North coast and we cannot wait for our next visit!!!!
Visited June 2017
Written July 13, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Lauren! You guys are the very best of the best! So happy that you found us this year and we are looking forward to seeing your family next year already. Hope you have a great year and maybe you'll squeeze in another trip. Rather oddly - November is a phenomenal month for photography. The light is incredible and you can watch the storms move along the water out front - plus there are some really high tides which is very cool! Until next time, Justine and Mark
Written July 14, 2017. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Marie C
Marie C
6 contributions
My experience surpassed all my expectations; best ever...hands down!
The location is very private, the scenery unbeatable! Updated historical cabins set you back in time with everything one needs, including laundry facilities. Barn swallows swoop down to perch on the edge of the deck, song sparrows sing from nearby trees, while blue herons fish at the water's edge. High tide waters may lull one to sleep in the evening.The host are very accommodating and friendly. Note: dogs are not welcome. Trains pass by a few times daily so if children are joining you, be vigilant of their where-abouts!
Visited May 2017
Written June 12, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Thanks for the lovely review Marie! We tried so hard to have dogs but after one of our dogs was mauled by wolves, they became really protective of their homestead against other four legged critters. We had a great time during Ecology Week 2018! Thanks for coming and see you next time ~ Justine
Written June 13, 2017. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Linda S
Linda S
Kamloops, Canada26 contributions
Absolutely Amazing!
I also recently visited on a women's rejuvenation weekend. I expected to have a great time, but I did not ever imagine how great of a time! Justine is an absolute gem! I have never met someone so genuinely caring.She is by far the best host. The cabins were so clean and beautiful.Justine's husband,Mark, did a wonderful job restoring them! The beds were very comfortable. The views from the deck are incredible. Cook Nadia and Miss Ella made us the most delicious meals! cook Nadia even gave us a packed lunch to take with us,when we left. We offered to take her home but she graciously declined. Yoga and meditation was very enlightening, which was done by none other that Justine's own beautiful mother Jennifer. Silk scarf making was an absolute treat! The big canoe ride another fantastic journey. I felt and got treated like royalty. Even their dog Kuma, was a gracious host. I met some pretty amazing ladies while there. Sadly I did not do a spa treatment, which I intend to do on my next visit. Clay masks were awesome! I am already planning for next year. Which I hope to bring more family and friends. A place I would highly recommend! You will be blown away!
Visited April 2017
Written May 14, 2017. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
Trek398876
Trek398876
Linda! Thanks so much for leaving such an awesome review! We had such a great time on the April retreat. Looking forward to meeting more of your cousins next time. Hope to see you soon, Justine
Written May 15, 2017. This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

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What this rental offers
  • DVD player
  • Grill
  • Deck
  • Dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Internet access
  • Kettle
  • Linens provided
  • Mountain views
  • Ocean views
  • Parking available
  • Cable television
  • Cooker
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Television
  • Washer
  • Waterfront views
  • Waterfront location
  • Fishing spots available
  • Golf course (within 30 mins drive)
  • Beachfront/Lakeside
  • Countryside area

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About the neighbourhood
Nestled along the waters edge on the spectacular North Coast, step back in time experiencing a very comfortable stay in the restored former cannery manages houses. Once the longest consecutively operated salmon cannery on the West Coast, Cassiar Cannery has been undergoing restoration and diversification into the conservation economy. Less than 30 minutes outside of Prince Rupert, adjacent to some of the best sport fishing grounds in the world, Cassiar Cannery offers the comforts of home in a beautiful wilderness setting. Its rare location within the dynamic Skeena River estuary, the second largest river in BC and one of the longest rivers in the world without a dam, offers a peaceful comfortable setting to watch resident eagles, ravens and a myriad of resident and migratory birds on your large waterfront deck. The large tides on the North Coast also fascinate our visitors who love to watch the water move through its large tide cycle. Take advantage of our neighbour, North Pacific Canney Museum, a National Historic Site, and worth a visit. Other recommended activities include excellent sport fishing for five species of salmon and halibut, wildlife tours for grizzly bears and whale watching, museums, walking and hiking trails and some good restaurants in Prince Rupert. Take the Port Edward exit off Highway 16, the main highway, and drive 15 minutes to the end of the road. VIA Rail will also stop upon request. Please visit our website for details.
Getting around
North Pacific Cannery Museum, a National Historic Site, is the Cassiar Cannery's nearest attraction at 3.5km up the road. The museum has a bus stop for the Prince Rupert area bus route. If you are not planning on putting your feet up on the waterfront deck and watching the world pass you by, a vehicle is highly recommended.
Access
Car required
How to get there
Most guests self-drive to the Cassiar Cannery but did you know that VIA Rail will stop here as well? We can help coordinate a rental car. The two most popular airports to fly into are Prince Rupert, BC and Terrace, BC. BC Ferries popular Inside Passage route arrives and departs from Prince Rupert. We are located about 30 minutes from Prince Rupert, BC by car. A vehicle is recommended.
Activities nearby
Fishing spots availableGolf course (within 30 mins drive)

Cancellation Policy
  • 100% refund within 24 hours after booking (provided the stay is at least 60 days away).
  • 50% refund* if you cancel at least 8 weeks before check-in
  • 25% refund* if you cancel at least 4 weeks before check-in
  • No refund available if you cancel thereafter

*Booking fee is excluded from refund amount


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