The Treehouse and Blue Horizon are business as usual – Orchard House is impacted by these new rules
Experience our mild, dry winters, no snow shoveling, lots of activities for seniors & no need for additional U.S. health insurance, not paying a 30% premium on the dollar – just a few reasons why snowbirds across Canada are choosing to spend their winters in this desert haven.
We see overall sales numbers dropping off, not due to lack of buyers so much as lack of
inventory. The market has been very strong at absorbing homes for sale in the last few months.
The Okanagan Folk School is about inspiring hands, hearts and minds while building community.
The Okanagan Folk School (OKFS) is a BC Non-Profit Society, unique for its dedication to teaching the arts, crafts, and cultural heritage of the Okanagan region.
For the first time this year we see the median price decline slightly by 2% June vs May
“FISH ON” we screamed at the top of our lungs as we were heading down the hill to board the boat. We were practicing for the fishing adventure awaiting us.
The top three things that guests ask me about are wineries, biking, and hiking. Myra Canyon is often asked about; how to get there as well as where to rent bikes.
Bella Huang is a multi-talented woman who has made Peachland’s only winery, Hainle Winery, a show piece. Take a look.
Louise Lambert is the owner of Wine Country Studios and is the featured artists. Her breathtaking renditions of the vineyards both local and abroad capture the true essence of the beauty and mystery of the wine country.
Thinking of moving to the central Okanagan? Call David Collins. Here is a look at the 2021 spring market.
Winter Hours for Winter Wineries: January 2021
Thinking of moving to the central Okanagan? Here is summery of 2020 real Estate and a look at 2021.
Not only is Peachland, BC blessed with a wonderful summer season but a beautiful winter as well. It is a perfect place to visit for winter adventure.
The Okanagan and surrounding country is blessed with many “Big Water” lakes as well as the secluded backcountry ponds and lakes. An angler can fish all year round for different species and apply many different angling techniques.
After wine tours hiking is the thing most of our guests want to do. With a warming climate more trails are accessible during the winter. Come and explore!
Life is a mystery. I think it is a Jewish saying “I make plans and God laughs”. I never thought we would end up in Peachland, BC but here is “The Tale of Two Innkeepers” at Peachland Eagles Nest B & B.
Thinking of moving to the central Okanagan? Here is some insider information on the real estate market.