Enjoy your own private accommodations in Ainsworth Hot Springs, B.C.
 

 
 
Call toll-free: 1-888-215-2500
reservation@ainsworthsprings.com

Choose from 2 elegant and beautifully furnished condos. Our newly renovated guest house offers a great space for singles, a perfect romantic getaway, a quiet retreat, or an affordable family vacation.

Directly across from Canada’s famous Ainsworth Hot Springs pools and caves.

Great lodging for singles, couples and families, our 2 guest house suites can accommodate up to 11 people. Pet friendly!

Lakeview Kootenay Lake
 
 
Kutenai Condo
Sunset Condo
 
 
 
KUTENAI (lower condo)
SUNSET (upper condo)
  • Wood burning fireplace
  • 1 bedroom
  • Queen bed, single bed and queen sofa bed
  • 1 Bath (tub with hand-held shower)
  • Large living room
  • 42" HD TV/DVD
  • Stair access
  • No fireplace
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 Queen beds and 1 double sofa-bed
  • 1.5 Bath (tub with shower)
  • Smaller living room
  • 37" HD TV/DVD
  • Ground level access
Both accommodations include:
Tourism BC - Approved accommodation
  • French doors leading to private decks
  • Full kitchen
  • Patio table, chairs, umbrella
  • BBQ
  • Wireless internet access
  • Parking
  • Close to beach and boat access
 
Unit's rates:
  Low Season
(Oct.1 - May 31)
High Season
(June 1 - Sept.30)
Double
$109 / night $129 / night
$600 / week $800 / week

Each additional adult or child is $20 / night.

Pets are allowed at a fee of 12% of the daily rate per pet, per night up to a maximum of 2 pets.

Weekly rates based on double occupancy.


Availability Calendar

BOOKING CALENDAR INSTRUCTIONS: (Do not use the 'arrival date' calendar on the left) Use the left and right arrows, above the suites, to scroll through the 'Availability Calendar'. THEN PLACE YOUR CURSOR TO THE RIGHT OF THE CHOSEN SUITE, AND CLICK ON DATE YOU WANT TO ARRIVE,
AND SELECT THE NUMBER OF NIGHTS.
*On a mobile device, you must click on the date TWICE*

 vacancy means 'Vacancy'  vacancy means 'No Vacancy'
 vacancy means 'Guest Check-In'  vacancy means 'Guest Check-Out'


Policies

Reservation Policy: A Visa, Mastercard or American Express is required to hold your reservation.

No Smoking Policy: Please do not smoke inside the condos. You are welcome to smoke outside on the decks. A fee of $200 will be charged if you smoke inside.

Cleaning Policy: We kindly request that you clean your dishes and the BBQ if you use it, and that you leave the sofa bed in the upright position, otherwise there will be a $25 fee.

Check in 3:00 PM / Check Out 11:00 AM

Cancellation Policy: If you cancel more than 7 days before your arrival date you will receive a full refund of your 20% deposit. If you cancel your reservation less than 7 days before your arrival date, you will forfeit your 20% deposit.

 
 

Frequently Asked Questions
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Activities, festivals & attractions:
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Experience the breathtaking views of Kootenay Lake and the majestic Purcell Mountains in your own private accommodations.

Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia, is a quaint little village surrounded by luxurious forests, located on the scenic shores of the Kootenay Lake. It is a short distance from the bustling shops and numerous restaurants of Kaslo (20 min. North) and Nelson, B.C. (45 min. South).

  • Ainsworth Hot Springs features three odourless pools, a 150-foot unique horseshoe-shaped cave, a main lounging pool and a stream-fed cold plunge. The hot springs are heated naturally and vary in temperature between 40-42°C (104-114°F) in the cave, 35-38°C (96-101°F) in the pool.
  • The Kootenay region hosts a variety of golf courses for player of all levels, such as, Nelson B.C. Granite Point golf club, Balfour & Kaslo golf course.
  • Although famed for its scenery, Kootenay Lake also boasts the world's largest rainbow trout, the Gerrard, which grows up to 30 pounds, and the Kokanee, a landlocked salmon. Kootenay Lake rarely freezes, allowing great fishing year-round.
  • Enjoy the longest free Ferry Ride in the world, a 40-minute scenic crossing of Kootenay Lake, from nearby Balfour to Kootenay Bay. Click for Inland Ferry Schedules.
  • The Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is a favorite among travelers who want to get out and enjoy some outdoor recreation. Hiking in the old growth forests, picnicking in the park, splashing on the sandy beaches, or bike riding among the trails are some of the many adventures you can enjoy here.
  • In winter, blast out at some of Nelson, B.C.'s legendary 'bottomless powder'. Check out, Whitewater Ski Resort, a popular spot for snowboarders and cross-country skiers a short drive from Nelson.
  • Kaslo Jazz Fest is a popular festival with musicians from around the world, artisans, vendors, and delicious cuisines. Kaslo B.C. is a charming town with picture perfect views full of country cottages and rustic cabins.