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Little Bear Ranch/ Ursa Minor
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5 reviews
· British Columbia
540 acres
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Little Bear Ranch is a special spot homesteaded by Nathan’s Parents in 1957, it was originally intended to be a guest ranch but spent most of its life as a cattle ranch and is now finding a second life as a destination craft brewery and camping location. Located on Chief Louis Arm on Ootsa Lake in the traditional territory of the Cheslatta Carrier Nation, It gives you access to over 900 kilometres of shoreline on the huge Nechako Reservoir in the wild center of British Columbia. Tweedsmuir Park is 25 Km by boat.  Opportunities for boating , wildlife viewing, hiking,fishing are right outside you door.  Learn more about this land: Enjoy privacy and comfort in our very private lakeside cabin! It's a 5-minute walk to the tasting room at our Farmhouse Brewery. Nestled on private lakeside property, this cozy cabin is perfect for those looking to escape the city and embrace nature. With a country feel and campfire ambiance, this cabin offers a small kitchen, a cozy bedroom, and a pet-friendly setting. It comfortably sleeps 3 to 4 adults with solar-heated running water and electricity. This cabin is an excellent option for those looking for a rustic, cabin-style retreat. Campfires are permitted, pets are welcome.
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Hosted by Nathan N.Joined in August 2021
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8 ratings · 5 reviews
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Diandra O.recommends
September 18, 2022
Lakeside Cabin at The Brewery
What a beautiful, peaceful spot! Loved the woodfire stove in the kitchen and the incredible views!
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Karen W.recommends
August 23, 2022
Lakeside Cabin at The Brewery
Beautiful Getaway!
I loved the quietness and the privacy. We got to spend some good family time together. Really felt like you were alone with nature but with everyday comforts of a bed, kitchen and running water. Also it is really sweet to have the brewery there. Love sampling them out and found a new favourite!! Really a beautiful part of BC! Just be careful of the cows on the road.
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Noelle P.recommends
August 14, 2022
Lakeside Cabin at The Brewery
A quiet, intimate family getaway
We stayed at the little red cabin at Little Bear Ranch for 3 nights with our two kids (12 and 14) and we absolutely loved it. The deep quiet, the beautiful lake and sky, the farm animals, the good beer and food, and the kind hosts all made this a truly memorable family getaway. Our kids loved the 1960s details of the cabin, and the fish were just jumping onto our lines when we took our rods down to the shore of Ootsa Lake (just a few steps from the cabin). We can't wait to come back!
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Frazer M.recommends
June 20, 2022
Lakeside Cabin at The Brewery
Little Slice of Heaven
Wonderful people and a wonderful property. The cabin is authentically rustic and very comfortable. Hot water worked great and plenty of firewood for a campfire. We'll be back!
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Rob W.recommends
May 16, 2022
Lakeside Cabin at The Brewery
Lakeside Paradise Down Dusty Roads
Follow the brewery signs along scenic dirt roads with lake, dam, and mountain views, and one eventually arrives at the incredibly breath-taking Ursa Minor Brewery and Ranch. Sitting alone on the shores of Lake Ootsa, Little Bear Ranch is a true slice of paradise, offering a plethora of activities including fishing, kayaking, swimming, wildlife viewing, hiking, and of course, beer tasting. The small cabin is well equipped with everything one could need, with retro charm and a wood fireplace/oven/stove, as well as a gas grill. The showers are warm and more than welcome after having spent the last few days camping, as are the comfortable beds. It’s worth noting that there’s no wifi or cell reception, so prepare to disconnect during your stay. Beyond the cabin, a small campground is under construction and is likely already open by the time you’re reading this. There’s a small number of spots for both trailers and tents, and a small boat launch as well. Kayaks, life jackets, and fishing rods are begging to be used on the quiet lake, with a beer tasting (and BBQ meal on certain days of the week) to follow in the tasting room, or on the patio. A tour of the micro-brewery is also recommended for those interested. Hosts Gwyn and Nathan are incredibly welcoming and happy to share stories and the history of the ranch/brewery. The only complaint you’ll have, is how hard it is to leave.
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