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Historical Guest House Bed and Breakfast

5128 Fifth Avenue, Whitehorse, YT Y1A 1L6, Canada
+1 867 668 3907

AED 327+

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Overall guest ratings

8.8/10 Excellent
Based on 50 reviews

Review highlights

  • 10.0
  • 10.0
  • 7.8
  • 7.3

Good to know

  • Good kitchenette
  • Good management
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Friendly service


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    Located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Wood Street in downtown Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. Built in 1907 by Antoine Tony Cyr for Sam McGee and his family. Tony was famous for rafting freight through the treacherous Miles Canyon Rapids during the Goldrush. The home is featured on the Whitehorse Heritage walking tour. Our convenient location, two blocks from Main Street, allows our guests the freedom of walking to all downtown amenities. We offer free fax, internet and e-mail services. Member: Bed & Breakfast Association of the Yukon and Tourism Industry Association.

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    • Complimentary breakfast
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Internet
    • Bicycle hire
    • Skiing (downhill)
    • Free parking
    • Designated smoking area
    • Non-smoking rooms available
    • Terrace/Patio
    • Fireplace
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    Guest reviews

    Overall rating

    8.8 Excellent
    Based on 50 reviews
    • 10.0 "World class service."
    • 10.0 "Terrific location."
    • 7.8 "Good vibe."
    • 7.3 "Nice rooms."
    • 7.1 "Good breakfast."

    Overall rating

    8.8 Excellent
    Based on 50 reviews
    • 10.0 "World class service."
      10.0 "Management was excellent, said 100%."
      10.0 "100% found the staff to be very friendly."
    • 10.0 "Terrific location."
    • 7.8 "Good vibe."
    • 7.5 "Nice rooms."
    • 6.8 "Breakfast is mediocre."
    • 6.6 "Average amenities."
    Good to know
    "Good kitchenette"
    "Good management"
    "Friendly atmosphere"
    "Friendly service"
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