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Our Experience Local interactive website reflects all types of recommendations, like dining and activity suggestions that provide an insider’s point of view, that our helpful staff makes on a daily basis, but all in one place.”
Experience Local showcases brunch spots like Kelowna’s Marmalade Kat Café, view spots like Victoria’s Vista 18, and activities including tubing the Thompson River in Kamloops and the Deer Lake Music Festival in Burnaby and the Steveston Village & ever popular Stanley Park Vancouver – all based on locals’ input. (more…)
It’s one thing to say that BC is awesome for Motorcycle touring but let’s look at some specifics. Kamloops BC for example, with it’s rolling hills, winding roads, blue rivers and historical sites all around make it a place that you must put on your things to do if you’re a biker. (more…)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 1, 2014
VICTORIA, BC – Accent Inns is once again at the forefront of innovation in the highly-competitive world of hospitality, with the addition of one more offering to their already-specialized services: equi-accommodation, aka the provision of rooms for people and horses, together. For many years, the BC-based, family-owned hotel group catered to guests travelling with their pets, their bicycles and motorcycles. Now, horses – whether for show, racing, riding or just companionship – will be shown the same outstanding service that travellers have come to count on at Accent Inns since 1986. (more…)
Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, donors and customers, Barb’s Used Book and Music School is the Kamloops Symphony’s longest running and most successful fundraiser for more than 20 years. (more…)
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Pins are available at every Accent Inn in BC as of Friday March 28;
Victoria, Vancouver Airport (Richmond), Burnaby, Kelowna, Kamloops (more…)
A perfect way to spend a spring evening, from the Kamloops Symphony. (more…)
So many folks tell us how thrilled they are that Accent Inns is a dog friendly hotel, but on occasion I get asked by some, “why would you welcome dogs in your hotels?” I can understand if someone isn’t a pet owner they might not understand. It’s simple really, our pets (dogs, cats, etc…) are living breathy mammals just like you and I and being so, it’s instinctual (in my opinion) for us to form tight bonds, love our pets. (more…)
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is in motion, the Administration that is. On February 1 we will move in to our new offices at Knowles House, 865 Bernard Ave., Kelowna.
We love the house and the location, right next to a park, beautifully manicured by the City of Kelowna, where we can envision summer concerts in our more freewheeling moments.
Everything’s on the ground floor and is totally accessible, which gives us the opportunity to bring our ticketing in house, with our own space where our patrons can pick up tickets, ask questions and get to know us a bit better. (more…)