Meadow Lake Roadhouse is an historic, fully-restored 1,500 square foot home.
The Meadow Lake Roadhouse was originally built in 1864, during the Cariboo Gold Rush, by a Mexican named Rafael Valenzuela. The creek that runs through the ranch is named after him, as is a nearby lake, just north of the ranch.
The kitchen is well equipped with dishes and cookware. There is ample preparation, cook, and fridge space. It is equipped with a modern cooktop with convection oven and a vintage range.
The kitchen also serves as the indoor dining area of this home. It features a dining table and seats for four.
On the deck of the kitchen is a barbecue.
Cozy Living Room
The living room features a comfortable couch and a selection of chairs set around a cast-iron wood-stove.
The couch pulls out to a double bed, for groups needing more additional sleeping spots.
There is a TV with VHS and DVD players. A selection of movies, as well as books, can be found in the house library and have been provided for guest entertainment.
The Roadhouse’s sole four-piece washroom features an old-fashioned claw-foot bathtub and a walk-in shower.
Covered Front Porch
The Roadhouse has a large covered entry porch, with views of the Marble Range.
The house is fully enclosed by a fence with gates.
This room is the larger of the two Roadhouse bedrooms and features a queen-sized bed made up with country quilts.
The second bedroom of the Roadhouse features a double bed and two twin beds, all made up with country quilts.