Hamilton’s Valens Lake just got a bunch of adorable cabins for overnight stays

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. 

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

Lead image courtesy of @Hamilton_CA

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