1000 sq.ft condos
Step inside Cadder House, our heritage Kelowna mansion, which has been professionally restored and refurbished into three self-catering accommodation condos for short and mid-term stays. The peaceful gardens are planted with lush trees – wake up to the sound of birdsong. The main foyer and central staircase has been lovingly restored and retains its original wooden staircase and panelling.
Each condo has been furnished and decorated with our guests comfort in mind. The accommodation features fully equipped kitchens to prepare your meals and do your laundry, bathrooms with classic clawfoot tubs and luxury towels, queen beds with fine quality bedding and HDTVs in both the living rooms and bedrooms.
Complimentary tea and coffee is supplied.
Cadder House is well located in a peaceful neighborhood, a short stroll from grocery stores, coffee shops, restaurants and parks. We are a 15 minute walk to downtown Kelowna, one block to Kelowna General Hospital, and two blocks from the waterfront of Lake Okanagan and beaches.
We are also perfectly placed to reach world-class wineries, golf courses and the Big White Ski Resort is just an hour’s drive
At a glance
“This was my first experience with Airbnb and Yolanda couldn’t have made us feel more welcome. The house was exactly as described and above and beyond our expectations. The kitchen was amazing and had all the appliances needed to cook fabulous meals. The bed was extremely comfortable, as was the pull out bed. The building is very quiet and there is a great amount of space which makes it feel extremely comfortable and a fabulous place to relax.”
In 1894 Thomas Willing Stirling settled in Kelowna, establishing Bankhead Orchard, specializing in pears. In 1908 he built Cadder House, it was the largest private residence in Kelowna, named after the family’s original seat in Scotland – Cadder Larnarkshire.
Thomas returned to Britain to serve in the Navy during World War I, reaching the rank of Commander. He returned to Kelowna in 1919, but shortly returned to Scotland in 1921 after inheriting the family estate.
The following decades saw Cadder House used as a Nurse’s residence and then established as Oak Lodge Rest Home. It was restored and converted into condominium apartments in 2004.
It was the largest residence in Kelowna when it was built in 1908. It has an unusual and attractive cross-gabled design.
Queen Anne (the roof and details) influences without the asymmetry. The first story of the house was built with local rustic block (Haug brand) and wood frame above. It has a steep gable roof with returned eaves and gabled dormers. It has multiple pane windows, wrap around open porch and decorative detailing.
Abbott Street Heritage District
The Cadder House forms part of the Abbott Street Heritage Conservation Area. It is a neighbourhood steeped in local history and features a wide variety of housing styles popular over the last 100 years.
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Cadder House Heritage Manor
2124 Pandosy Street
Kelowna, BC, Canada V1Y 1S6
A wonderful Kelowna experience!
“I stayed at the Cadder House for a month during my clinical rotation at KGH. It really felt like a home away from home. Yolanda and Rick went out of their way to make sure my roommate and I had everything we needed to be comfortable. A beautiful place and amazing hosts. I will definitely… Read more “A wonderful Kelowna experience!”