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Main Lodge

The Main Lodge is the original building that was the beginning of the Ripley Creek Inn. Completed in 2001, the first guests of the inn were six executive members of the movie, "Insomnia" which was being filmed in the Stewart/Hyder area. Some of the ground-floor windows that face the estuary were salvaged from the set that was built for the movie at the toe of the Bear Glacier. The Main Lodge remains our primary location for guests, offering 11 spacious rooms and a scenic common area upstairs. Rooms have their own private bathroom, fridge, microwave and coffee/tea maker.

Rooms with 2 beds may have a 3rd person (add $10) and a 4th person (add $10).

Room 301 - The VIP Room

With views of the estuary and glacier, this spacious room with a king bed is special.

$155 + taxes = $178.25

Room 304

This corner room, with one queen bed, gives you views to the north and west. 

$125 + taxes = $143.75

Room 307

Located just inside the lodge, this room has quick access for luggage or your pet.

$125 + taxes = $143.75

Room 310

A very spacious room with 2 queen beds, sitting area, and small deck with views of the estuary.

$145 + taxes = $166.75

Room 302

This spacious room has 2 queen beds on the upper floor.

$145 + taxes = $166.75

Room 305

This room has 1 queen bed on the upper floor; partial estuary views.

$125 + taxes = $143.75

Room 308

This is one of our pet-friendly rooms with plenty of space around 1 queen bed.

$125 + taxes = $143.75

Room 311

Ripley Creek flows just outside the window; this room has 1 queen bed and a shower in the private bath.

$125 + taxes = $143.75

Room 303

This room has 1 queen bed, one double bed,small deck and kitchenette.

$145 + taxes = $166.75

Room 306

Our best 1-queen room offers lots of space and views of mountains and estuary.

$135 + taxes = $155.25

Room 309

This room as 2 double beds and views to the south and east, down the estuary.

$135 + taxes = $155.25

Sorry, we can't always offer autumn colours outside the windows.

Main Lodge common area

This bright quiet room looks over the estuary.