The Hopeless Romantic B and B735 Lone Pine Drive Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1P 1A1 Â· 250-765-5006
Welcome to our romantic Kelowna bed and breakfast. Nestled against the hillside we overlook the breathtaking Okanagan Lake and city of Kelowna. You are now in the heart of British Columbia wine country.
A View to Remember B&B1090 Trevor Drive Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1Z 2J8 Â· 250-769-4028
Discover the natural beauty of the Okanagan Valley - spectacular vistas overlooking 82 miles of Lake Okanagan with over 2000 hours of sunshine.
Touch of English Bed & Breakfast5 Alameda Court Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1V 1C6 Â· 250-448-6250
Our bed and breakfast accommodations consists of 4 rooms, king and queen size suites, ensuite bathrooms, gourmet breakfasts either in the dining room or on the private patio over looking the property, a large private in-ground pool and more.
Lakeshore Bed & Breakfast4186 Lakeshore Road Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1W 1V9 Â· 250-764-4375
Wineries and Golf Courses just minutes away and your own private beach, wow, what more could you ask for? The Lakeshore Kelowna Bed and Breakfast in the Okanagan Valley welcomes you to first-class luxury with two spacious guest rooms, queen size beds and private ensuites.
Kelowna Resort Accommodations1501-1128 Sunset Drive Â· Kelowna Â· BC Â· V1Y 9W7 Â· (250) 860-9834
Kelowna Resort Accommodations provides vacation rental accommodations in Kelowna (Okanagan Valley) at the following resorts: Sunset Waterfront, Discovery Bay and Waterscapes.
Pineacre on the Lake7220 Okanagan Hwy Â· Peachland Â· BC Â· V0H 1X9 Â· (778) 479-0088
Peachland's ONLY waterfront Bed and Breakfast
Michelle Scheibel Mortgage Broker1890 Cooper Road Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1Y 5B7 Â· 250-317-4723
Kelowna mortgage broker with access to 80 Canadian mortgage lenders and the lowest mortgage rates in Canada. Mortgage approvals across Canada.
Misfeldt Accounting105 - 1626 Richter Street Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1Y 2M3 Â· 250-860-5882
Kelowna Accounting and Bookkeeping - Personal tax, corporate tax, consulting, bookkeeping, and payroll.
Commercial Signs852 Crowley Avenue Â· Kelowna Â· BC Â· V1Y 7G7 Â· 250-862-6625
We are Commercial Signs - A full service sign company operating in the Okanagan valley city of Kelowna B.C. We manufacture neon, fluorescent, LED channel letters and other electric signs.
RSM Drafting Services Ltd.53 Quilchena Dr. Â· Kelowna Â· BC Â· V1W 4S8 Â· 250-212-3212
RSM Drafting Services Specializes in drafting & design of Post & Beam, Timber Frame, Frame Construction and Log Building designs in Canada, USA and around the world.
Mill Creek Podiatry & Orthotics#202 1912 Enterprise Way Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1Y 9S9 Â· 250-717-0350
Kelowna podiatriasts, Kelowna foot doctors. We offer the highest quality of care - early intervention, prompt diagnosis, preventative care and patient education are essential in your treatment.
Club Wine Tours549 - 2751 Westside Rd Â· Kelowna Â· British Columbia Â· V1Z 3T1 Â· 250 762 9951
Okanagan Valley is known for the warm weather, wineries and as a fruit-growing region.
Kelowna, a city of 76,000 residents, is the centre of a fruit, vegetable and wine-growing region around Okanagan Lake. The community used be located just a bit more inland and was called L'Anse au Sable or Sandy Cove. In 1892, the townsite was shifted from Mission Creek to alongside the Lake., which was more convenient to steamboat ferries bringing settlers and supplies. Soon after, the town has 11 sawmills, three fruit-packing plants, and two canneries. The area's cash crop used to be tobacco, but after a slump following the First World War, the farmers switched to fruit. The area now grows about 1/3 of all of Canada's apples. Kelowna is the area's governmental centre, and is hometown to two of BC's premiers, W.A.C. Bennett, and his son W.R. (Bill) Bennett.
The city prides itself as being Canada's "Summer City" with its great lakeshore, sandy beaches, and basking in the afternoon sun. The city has 65 parks, including seven along the water with beaches. Unfortunately, many people who visit decide to stay, causing Kelowna to grow dramatically over the last decade. The additional of Highway 97C, the "Peachland Connector," in 1990 has made driving to (or from) the West Coast and Vancouver a lot more convenient
The Lake itself is famous for its legendary Ogopogo Monster, which has a statue to its credit in the city. Recreation in the area focuses largely on golf and water sports, and skiing in the winter.
These are Kelowna's annual events:
Snowfest (early January)
International Midget AAA Hockey Tournament (Feb)
Taste of Kelowna (Late Feb)
Ski to Sea Race (late April)
Spring Wine and Food Festival (late April)
Black Mountain Rodeo (mid May)
Rutland Days (late May)
Knox Mountain Hill Climb (late May)
Okanagan International Marathon (late May)
Okanagan Classic Show & Shine Thunderbird Show (late May)
Canada Day Pops Orchestra & Folk Fest (early July)
Cherry Fair (Mid July)
Kelowna Regatta Parade (mid July)
Canadian Mountain Bike Festival (mid July)
Mozart Festival 1999 (late July)
Guisachan Garden Show (early August)
Kelowna Fringe Festival (mid Aug)
Kelowna Apple Triathlon (late Aug)
1999 Ki-low-na Salmon Festival (mid Sept)
East Kelowna Fall Fair (mid Sept)
Peak to Peak Race (late Sept)
Mardi Gras (early October)
19th Annual Fall Wine Festival (October)
Apple Fair (mid Oct)
Kelowna Christmas Craft Fair (late Nov)
Christmas Light-up (early Dec)