The Historic Teague House
"A special place, full of magic."
The Teague House is a historical home built in 1864, nestled in the Fraser Canyon in Yale, British Columbia. It boasts a deep and colorful history beginning in the gold rush era, and continues today as a lovingly restored and cared for bed and breakfast.
The Teague House offers the perfect combination of relaxation and nature's connection. It offers three full-sized bedrooms on the main floor, each uniquely decorated and thoughtful in cozy comfort. The large kitchen is the perfect setting for a sunny breakfast or an evening around the table. The living room is dressed in a unique blend of antiques, historical artifacts and found objects. The shared washroom holds a clawfoot tub with a view of the garden. Upstairs is a large attic loft with single beds for a group stay.
Back downstairs the back veranda overlooks the winding bends of the Fraser River, and with full usage of the yard, there is plenty of space for leisure, outdoor eating, evening fires and camping for extra guests.
The house can accomodate both couples and groups and caters to special events such as retreats and group getaways.
Breakfast is lovingly prepared each morning using fresh gathered ingredients and most everything is prepared from scratch. The menu is both thoughtful and soulful.
The Historic Teague House can be booked spring, summer and fall.
Amenities include full kitchen, shared living room space, shared bathroom, use of outdoor space, firepit, parking,
"This is a wonderful spot, run by wonderful people.
One of our favourite stops on our journey. Now a little something about the playful ghosts roaming the corridors;
Once you get to know them they settle down a bit, they become quite jovial and entertaining"