No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Cloudside Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Cloudside Inn Nelson
Travel Blogs from Nelson
... s a brew not widely distributed in Alberta so was new to us.
We discovered that the visitor centre was open and a local art show is in progress. So we headed back to main street to find it. With our third set of directions from local people we finally
located it! It must be one of the best kept secrets in town! Our visit to the centre was well worth the effort. Not only did we score promotional ...
... a lot from him.
Outside of daily work there have been workshops running, daily workout sessions and weekend trips into town. There's also loads of opportunities for mountain biking and hiking so there's never a dull moment. Two weeks ago I took part in a breath-work session which was really intense but definitely something worth trying. I didn't experience any visions or spiritual awakenings but I got an intense physical reaction to it: ...
... tent in the forest. Kootenanny had probably around 400 people and was the best atmosphere of any festival I've ever been to! Everyone was so friendly, you try to walk from one spot to another and get caught up chatting to some new friends for an hour on the way, everytime! The crowd was local, with a big surprise Edmonton presence. The 2 stages looked great, the music was awesome and we partied for 3 nights straight. So many ...
... that Nelson’s lovely setting and active arts community would be a good place to make this change in her life at this time. She was an appropriate person for me to meet today given my overall purpose for this journey, and my “sermon” in yesterday’s blog update. In fact, she commented to me that I seemed to be quite “optimistic and full of life”, to which I replied that my sabbatical must ...
... were able to pass through Manning Park with snow on the ground but the roadways were fairly clean and easy to drive (Yureka!!).
For the remainder of our drive on Highway #3, we were lucky that the highways were good with no to little snow covering. The mountains we passed had dusting of snow on the mountain tops, the communities were still quiet and isolated. This is what struck me the most when I lived in BC as to how isolated the various ...