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    Where would you stay in Revy?

    Where would you stay in Revelstoke? Camping is not an option (especially for a honeymoon), but B&Bs and hotels are.

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    The Regent Inn is right in the middle of town, a bit of an old school small hotel with lumpy beds and a loud band in the bar. But then Revy ain't that big that you couldn't stay at any of the hotels and make the ride or drive into "downtown" Revy. The Sandman Inn is OK, looks better inside than outside (the associated Denny's is not as good as others I've been in).

    There's a nice little funky restaurant on the corner of MacKenzie and 3rd St W. opposite the church.
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    Here's a nice B&B near downtown, The Snowed Inn.

    http://www.revelstokesnowedinn.com/#/welcome

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    The Cheeky Beaver, just for the name alone.

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    I asked a friend who lives there - his reply Al

    The Hillcrest is worth checking into, it's where my Dad stays when he visits and he likes nice things. Cheeky Beaver or Inn on the River are a couple decent B&Bs, both near Woolsey. If it were me I'd be camping or sleeping on a couch, so I'm not exactly the right person to ask.
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    Locals' Guide to North Shore Rides http://mtbtrails.ca/

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    Lee -

    The creamed horns at the Chalet were awesome...as were the eclairs. The good folks at Flowt also recommended Le Baguette, which, as recommended, had excellent bread and gelatto.

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    a little late but there is a good list of accomadations on this website. it is a winter related site but accomdations are accomadations.

    did you ride keystone on friday? My bud told me some one from cda registerd at the trail.
    pretty easy ride into the cabin. and the descent from the alpine to the trailhead was my style. I got lucky and someone drove my truck to the highway and i was able to bomb the road back down to the highway on saturday.

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    La Baguette is sooo good!

    Anyone know if there's a spot to rent bikes in Revelstoke?

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