The Keefer

135 Keefer Street, Vancouver, V6A 1X3, Canada
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where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by emailalantaylor

My wife and I are visiting Vancouver from 20th June 2010. We are young 60's years old. My son who lives in North Van.tells me that for evening life, a stroll around the shops,restaurants, coffee shops etc we want to stay in Ambleside or Dundarave. But I cannot find suitable accomodation in either place. Looking for small hotel or an apartment for 7 nights. Has anyone got any recommendations? Or where else is suitable - within easy reach of North vancouver (UpperLonesdale) Thanks ...

Re: where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by YVRDave

The closest hotels to Ambleside are on Capilano Rd. The better hotels are at Lonsdale Quay, bottom of Lonsdale, and at the bottom of the Cut in North Vancouver. The Pinnacle, The Quay and the Holiday Inn.
You can try to find a B&B or short term rental at

use Ambleside and Dunderave as search words.

Re: where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by SfumatoPants

There aren't any hotels in the area you are refering to. The closest you can get is:


In both instances you will need to rent a car to get around. Although there is transit through the area, it is not especially convenient.

Re: where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by YVRDave

A car is a good idea but, Transit along Marine Dr. is every 15-30 minutes. In June the weather should be very nice to walk from Capilano Rd. to Ambleside and back. Dunderave, my favorite part of WV, is for transit or a car.

You should try the Dunderave Fish Market

Re: where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by vandan

can't you just ask your son, i mean it just seems it would be much easier than asking ppl you don't even know

Re: where to stay in Ambleside, West Vancouver

by leanneedwards I have not stayed here but this would be nice ... you will need a car!

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Vancouver is a rather easy city to walk if the weather cooperates. Make sure to check out the following main neighborhoods: West End, Yaletown, Gastown, Downtown, Chinatown, Kitsilano.

Of course, there are other areas of interest such as Granville Island & Stanley Park.


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Having the mountains and ocean in my back yard. Great food, lots of diversity, any sport you could possibly want to be involved in is here. Being able to drive 20 minutes and be in the middle of no where. I miss waking up to sunny days and seeing fresh snow on the mountains in winter, whenever I leave vancouver.

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The Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park in 1889 pioneering Scotsman George Grant Mackay, suspended the original swinging bridge over the rushing waters of Capilano Canyon. The spectacular beauty of this wilderness location attracted many turn of the century adventures. Grasp the cool, steel cable, step onto the gently swaying cedar planks and follow Mackay's footsteps 450 feet across the 230 feet above Capilano River! Located at North Vancouver it is accessible by bus and there is an entrance fee for Kids 5 under it is free, 6-10 $3.48 including tax and adult $10.00 including tax for more information call 604-985-7474.

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