If you want to stay in Kamloops then this is definitely a nice B&B to stay. Our room is very well equipped, a basket with fruit and other stuff was waiting on our bed. There was a flat screen TV over the bed, even with the option to watch DVDs. Plus, free wifi, although this is quite common in Canada's B&Bs. I also liked the small bottle of Sherry next to the bed :)
The breakfast was a true celebration: candle light, very fancy tableware (I was not quite sure what to use how but a couple who had already stayed there for one night showed us) and great food: fresh orange juice, fruit salad as a starter, very yummy scrambled eggs in the middle and then a muffin for the finish.
We only stayed one night and if you are not really into dolly-birds and chinaware you should not stay there for a week. But it was surely great for one night. Plus, Kamloops offers a lot more than for example Hope!
A special treat: Pat and Sam gave us some cherries for the way - very good, too!
Last but not least you have a fine view over Kamloops and the city from their house, with the little downside that you have to drive to get to the city center but only 5 minutes.More