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Near the end of a 20 day trip we stumbled upon this place. The room was excellent! Clean, comfortable and frankly it was the nicest we had stayed in during our trip.
Most excellent!! Very quiet. Staff were friendly.
In the "heart" of town, access to walks around town, and to nearby Hyder Alaska, bear viewing, and the Salmon Glacier. Almost on the water of the Portland Canal (fiord) and boardwalk on the estuary. Quiet, clean, and great cafe for breakfast and lunch in...More
Ripley Creek Inn advertises itself as unique, spacious, quiet. It is all of those things. The rooms are spacious with lots of character.
Stewart is a small town. A very small town. So it's best not to arrive with big city expectations. Parts of staying...More
Ripley Creek is a hotel unlike any other I have experienced. It has added buildings and rooms over the years and is fascinating with numerous old pieces of machinery scattered around the grounds bringing its history alive. There is plenty of free parking close to...More
Headed to Sterwart for a girls trip this past weekend and stayed at Ripley Creek Lodge. We had a lovely little room with lovely view of marsh and grasslands. The grounds of the hotel were very neat and had an old-timey feel.
We enjoyed a...More
As I write this from Eagle Plains Lodge, 30km from the Arctic Circle, on my way up to Inuvik & Tuktoyaktuk, I would suggest that Stanza W develop a light hearted sense of humour and some more travel & travel review... More
As I write this from Eagle Plains Lodge, 30km from the Arctic Circle, on my way up to Inuvik & Tuktoyaktuk, I would suggest that Stanza W develop a light hearted sense of humour and some more travel & travel review experience based on the number of reviews attached to her profile and the fact she returns to the exact same place every year for the past half decade. My review of Ripley Creek Inn stands and I agree with Stanza W on one thing - the Ripley Creek Inn is a great place to stay if you're OK with reading a book in your room on a rainy day. (FYI: I enjoyed a walk on the boardwalk during a rainy day, drove up to Salmon glacier, viewed Grizzlies feeding on salmon in Hyder, spent time walking around town, visited the Toaster Museum and read a book on the natural history of the area in my room. None of which has anything to do with the Ripley Creek Inn! The focus of my original review.)
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