Fletcher Falls Lodge & Cabin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFletcher Falls Lodge & Cabin Kaslo
The hostess was brilliant, the rooms were lovely and clean. There were 4 of us on motorbikes and she was so welcoming. The home made muffins were delicious and we had fresh fruit with lovely organic yoghurt.
Motorcyclists don't be put off by the gravel driveway it is easy to ride and a very short ride to the house. We booked for 1 night but stayed for 2. It is well located for Ainsworth Hot Springs. Highly recommended.
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