Meadow Lake Roadhouse

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.

First Floor

Country Kitchen

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.

The deck off the kitchen has 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.

Second Floor

Prospector Room

This room is the larger of the two Roadhouse bedrooms and features a queen-sized bed made up with country quilts.

Rancher Room

The second bedroom of the Roadhouse features a double bed and two twin beds, all made up with country quilts.

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❤️ A special thanks to Wayne Parsons ( for his stunning photos of Meadow Lake Guest Ranch.