** Please note, during the current pandemic situation, we are requiring a 4 night stay requirement in all future bookings. Check in and out times have been changed to accommodate the new cleaning requirements and protocols required between guest, Check out time will be 10am and check in time will be 3pm.
Some changes going into our late Fall/winter season required to keep the rustic cabins open.
-Our log cabins will have a 4 night min. stay from Thanksgiving onward
for the late fall and winter season.
-Our rustic cabins will continue to have a 4 night min. stay until
Dec.1, then it will switch to a 3 night min. stay, except over the
winter holidays when it will be a 4 night min.(existing booking can
remain as booked). Ice-off 2021 we will return to the 4 night minimum for
the year unless there are shorter openings in between other bookings.
-We are not taking any group bookings at this time.
Starting Oct 15, 2020, until ice-off 2021,
-We will be closing down and winterizing the Mens Shower-house and the
-The ladies shower house will be converted into a unisex facility. All
shower and bathrooms in it have locking doors for privacy.
-The shower house will be closed from Check-out time on Monday until Check in time on Thursday(does not apply across the Christmas holiday)
-Open hours in this building will be reduced(see above), and closed for 4
scheduled cleaning/sanitizing each day. Every rustic cabin now has its
own exclusive use outhouse to use when this shower-house is closed.
-The rustic cabins will NOT have eating and cooking utensils for the
winter season. Guests must bring there own for this time. There will
still be a kettle, coffee maker, two wash basins, tea towels/dish
cloth, dish soap and a dishwasher rack in the cabins.
– Cabin 7-A and Cabin 18 will not be available Jan.2021 until ice -off, spring of 2021.
Thanks for your understanding and working with these changes, so we can all
enjoy winter at Tunkwa!
We offer clean housekeeping cabins, they are rustic but modernized cedar-sided cottages with recent interior renovations. Cabins have electricity but no running water. Cabins will sleep from 2 to 9 people and all come complete with cooking and eating utensil ie. pots , pans, dishes, cutlery, tea towels, 12 cup electric coffee maker and a water jug. Cooking is on a full size propane stove/oven(propane is supplied). We have excellent drinking water in our shower houses to obtain water for your water jug supplied in each cabin. Smaller open room and one bedroom cabins have a small fridge, larger two bedroom cabins have a full size fridge. Also each cabin has an airtight wood stove to provide heat, on the porches of our rustic cabins there will be 2 bundles of firewood per night in the colder season, and 1 bundle per night during the warmer season. Extra wood or campfire wood is available for a nominal charge. Dishes can be washed in our dishwashing house. All of our 2 and 3 bedroom cabins have BBQ’s except cabin 14, but you must supply propane for them, a 20lb tank can hook right up to it.
Each cabin has its own picnic table with fire-pits located close by on the lake shore. There are no washrooms in the rustic cabins, but we have two shower houses, one for the ladies, the other for the men, and there is a dishwashing house. They are all centrally located, see map here, have flush toilets and showers with “on demand” hot water that never runs out (no charge for showers). Also remember to bring your own bedding, pillows and towels. Our rustic cabins are dog friendly. Stags(bachelor parties) are not permitted on our property, no exceptions.On some long weekends (Victoria Day, Canada Day, and B.C. Day) cabin rentals must come with our long weekend boat rental package of a 14 ft. boat/motor or 16 foot jon boat/motor.
For detailed information and rates for each Rustic Cabin please click on the links below.