This month Inn-Credibly Unique features the Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast Chalet, located midway between Vancouver and Whistler in Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. Offering quiet serenity and spectacular ocean fjord and glacier views, Nu-Salya’s picturesque setting attracts visitors from all over the world. The inn features an eight choice breakfast menu, outside patio with hot tub spa, a Kawai Baby Grand piano, and high-speed Internet access. Nu-Salya is open all year and is close to both winter and summer tourist attractions such as skiing and horseback riding.


 Located in the upper Garibaldi Highlands of British Columbia, Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast Chalet offers a majestic base camp for inngoers who seek to make the most of the area’s many tourist attractions.


Nature, adventure, and sports seem to be just a step off of the chalet’s front porch. In wintertime, skiers can choose from a wide range of slopes in different areas, including Whistler and Blackcomb mountains with over 7,000 acres of ski and snowboard terrain and nearby Mount Garibaldi is a favorite for snow-shoers and cross country skiing.  In summertime, activities such as horseback riding and hiking offer thrill-a-minute outings. In addition, the warm-weather snowmelt facilitates five kayaking and rafting rivers. For cyclists, two hundred miles of bike trails cover the surrounding areas.


Innkeepers and outdoor enthusiasts Bill and Sue McComish offer an exceptional level of personalized service to their guests that has coupled with the chalet’s pristine beauty and location to produce one of the most popular bed & breakfasts on the western coast of Canada. The chalet and its hosts have developed such an outstanding reputation, in fact, Heather Graham was at Nu-Salya starring in a 20th Century film shoot "Say It Isn’t So" and Dr. Jeff Nadler who was chosen twice for the US Everest climbing expeditions have also stayed there.  With amenities such as a forty-foot high river rock wood-burning fireplace in the great room, a plentiful flow of wine, and amazing views from the chalet’s gigantic picture windows definitely keep guests coming back. But most of the people who visit Nu-Salya say it is the friendliness and hospitality provided by Bill and Sue that makes the trip so special. "[The] hospitality topped the weather and the scenery, which is no small task," said guest Bob Slie from Spring, Texas. "Our future travel plans will definitely include the Nu-Salya Chalet."


For guests who prefer relaxation as much as outdoor activities, Nu-Salya also accommodates rest and leisure. The chalet’s three theme guest suites incorporate everything from Jacuzzi soaker tubs to queen beds to en-suite bathrooms. Combined with the quiet, serene surroundings, the Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast Chalet is the perfect place for a getaway or respite.


For more information on the Nu-Salya Bed & Breakfast Chalet, call toll free 1-877-604-9005 or visit