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My wife & I stayed at the St George on a recent (mid June) trip to Barkerville. We weren't sure what to expect, but were left happy with our decision, principally because being in the hotel meant we had free run of the town after...More
Stay overnight in a historic town site? Yeah, baby! The St George is about midway down the main street, close to everything. 8 or 9 rooms, each decorated differently, some with private bath, some with shared bath (shower, sink, toilet). breakfast menu is small (pancakes...More
No air-conditioning which is a problem in the hot summer and couldn't open the windows because no screens and mosquitoes were bad
Food was wonderful however and the host was delightful!
The rooms were tiny and most rooms have no bathrooms except for a public...More
Wonderful rooms with NEW bathrooms and great breakfast included. The rooms are clean, with wifi but no cell connections. A quiet place to get away for the older crowd who like silverware and in house made jam.
We stayed at the hotel, room 1, recently. Keep in mind this is a very old and unique hotel - the rooms are small and en-suite also tiny. It is not suitable for those unable to climb steep stairs. But it was comfortable. It was...More
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
US$88 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Response from Shirley M | Reviewed this property |
I believe you will need two rooms, the rooms are small. I would email the hotel to double check room variables. It is definitely worth staying in this hotel. A real pleasure to sit up on the top deck watching people, horses... More
I believe you will need two rooms, the rooms are small. I would email the hotel to double check room variables. It is definitely worth staying in this hotel. A real pleasure to sit up on the top deck watching people, horses &wagons going by. The breakfasts are delicious and the hosts are delightful.