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Peachland Eagles Nest B&B

The Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is located in Peachland, British Columbia. The property looks out over the Okanagan Lake and backs up to the bush country of British Columbia. There are four separate rentals at the bed and breakfast. Orchard House can sleep up to seven people and is separate from the rest of the suites. The Treehouse and Blue Horizon Suites are in the same house but on different levels. Each suite has a private entrance, full kitchen, and private deck with views of the nearby villages, forest, and lake. The property is open year-round, with a rise in guests during the summer months. Children are only permitted at Orchard House and the glamping site on the property. There is ample parking on the two-acre property, with space for additional cars and boat trailers.


The Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is located in-between the Okanagan Lake and hundreds of miles of dense bush country in Peachland, British Columbia. The bed and breakfast is spaced across two separate lots, each both an acre in size. There are four areas guests can rent on the property. Two of them are in the same house with a suite on the upper floor and lower floor, each with a private entrance. A separate home and glamping site are also available for rent. Okanagan Lake is 100 miles long, and the Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast looks out over an area where two forks in the lake converge. The Orchard House is the largest of the rentals in the Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast. Up to seven people can sleep at the small cottage comfortably. The home has a large open concept living area with a full kitchen, dining area, and living space. The cottage has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a laundry room and a large furnished deck looking out over the lake. The Treehouse and Blue Horizon Suites can sleep up to four guests with a 440 square foot space. A full kitchen, dining area, living room, bedroom, and full bathroom are included in both suites. The suites have private decks and separate entrances. All of the look-out decks at the rentals have a barbecue and wicker lounge set. Guests can expect to have essential kitchen supplies, linens, and other necessities in their rentals. Children are allowed at the Orchard House, but not the Treehouse or Blue Horizon Suites.

Although the owners, Murray and Valarie Wood, do not provide daily breakfast, they stock each fridge with breakfast foods, fresh ingredients, and other snacks before each guest's stay. The area surrounding the Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is filled with activities, attractions, and restaurants for guests to visit. Cross country skiing, snow showing, and ice fishing are typical during the winter months. While water activities, hiking, and wine tours are common during the summer and fall.

The Wood's have a binder full of activities, restaurants, grocery stores, and gas station recommendations for their guests to use. A variety of restaurants are located within a fifteen-mile radius of the bed and breakfast; these include German cuisine, Italian dishes, Coastal meals, Greek-inspired cafes, Mexican plates, and American fast food stops. The property is open year-round, with its most busy months being that of June through August.


At Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast, the owners Murray and Valerie Wood want every guest to have a comfortable and personal vacation. The bed and breakfast was created with the intent of giving each guest their own individual space with private decks, full kitchens, and separate entrances. Privacy is one of the most important factors of the property's culture—more so than the average bed and breakfast, according to the owners.

There is a variety of people and groups who visit the property. Most often, those who visit the property are older, ranging from their thirties to retirement age. Of these guests, they are usually couples visiting for holidays, anniversaries, or a weekend getaway. Honeymooners often rent out the one-bedroom suites and groups with multiple couples with reserve Orchard House for the most room and privacy. Children are allowed at the Orchard House, but not at the Treehouse Suite and Blue Horizon Suite in an effort to further increase the amount of quiet seclusion that can be found at the establishment. During the winter months, many of the property's visitors come from the north in Canada to escape the frigid winter temperatures. The property is noted for its distinct location.

Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast sits on a ridge overlooking Okaganda Lake, the nearby mountains and forest, and the two villages near the property. Guests leave fairly positive reviews regarding the location, clean suites, up-to-date décor, and privacy. The property is secluded, but there are still many things to do in the area for all ages and capabilities. Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is open year-round but has the most visitors during the summer months. With a steady flow from May to early October with a peak in July and August. Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is located in the far corner of Peachland, overlooking the small towns of Summerland, Kelowna, and the bush country that covers half of British Columbia. The population in the area is just under 11,000 people, with many locally-owned restaurants and shops.


The Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast is owned and managed by Murray Wood and his wife, Valerie. Originally from Vancouver, Murray and Valerie were taken by Peachland and its community. Murray spent most of his working years in building and real estate investment, while Valerie established a career in food brokerage and sales. Wanting to slow down and get a head start on what would become a retirement project for them, the couple purchased the two acres of land in 2015. For a year, Murray built and remodeled the suites on the property to create an up-to-date, well-structured place for their guests to stay. The original house on the property was built in 1964 and had not been changed or redecorated before Murray and Valerie purchased it. Valerie decorated each of the suites and provided all of the extra supplies and amenities. After finishing the property's more significant renovations, the property was opened for reservations in 2016. Over time Murray has built an additional glamping site and maintains upkeep on the grounds. The name Eagles Nest comes from when the couple first visited the property and saw an eagle flying around the property almost at eye level. To this day, guests can expect to see an eagle or two during their visit to Peachland Eagles Nest Bed and Breakfast.

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5816 Brown Pl
Peachland, British Columbia V0H 1X4


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