Hamilton’s beautiful Valens Lake Conservation Area just got a whole bunch of adorable cabins for overnight accommodations.
These eight new cabins – the first of their kind at the Hamilton Conservation Authority, according to a release from the HCA – are available in three different layouts, with occupancy varying from one to six people.
HCA is now offering a new and exciting overnight accommodation, the Drumlin Cabins! These cabins are the first of their kind at HCA and are located at Valens Lake Conservation Area. Reservations open to the public on February 8, at 7:00 AMhttps://t.co/A02QHqw32C pic.twitter.com/iyVGJSImnw— Hamilton CA (@Hamilton_CA) February 2, 2023
Pine walls & ceilings as well as log furniture give the cabins a cozy rustic feel, and each cabin features one or more beds, a kitchenette, a two-piece washroom, a dining table, and baseboard heat.
Outside, each cabin is also equipped with a firepit, propane barbeque, and two picnic tables; all with beautiful views of the Valens Lake scenery.
“The cabin concept to construction has been a long journey,” said Gord Costie, Director of Conservation Area Services for the Hamilton Conservation Authority.
“HCA is thrilled to reveal our first-ever roofed accommodation in a conservation area. We fully anticipate great interest and high demand for year-round cabin occupancy.”
Reservations will be opening to the public on Wednesday, February 8th at 7 am and are on a first-come, first-served basis. Bookings can be made up to 6 months in advance for anywhere between 2 and 14 nights.
See more on the HCA website.
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