Quesnel Lake Bed & Breakfast is situated on the shores of 100 Km long Quesnel Lake, one of the deepest Fjord lakes in the world. The view rooms are bright, one with a balcony, overlooking both the lake and gardens. Special homemade breakfast is served while enjoying the lake view from the antique-filled room. Visit the gift shop full of local gold jewelry and crafts, relax with the quiet and ambiance of the lakeshore, or explore by canoe and paddle boats, or, for more action, see if you can catch a trophy Rainbow or Char. Local sites to see include Cedar Point Provincial Park, with its display of old mining equipment, and viewing of the spawning Salmon from the Likely Bridge. Explore the back roads, as Likely is on the original 1859 GOLD RUSH TRAIL. Visit historic sites such as the ghost town of Quesnel Forks, the Bullion Pit or Keithley Creek. For interesting circle tours, take the back road (summer only) through to Barkerville, or follow the historic Ditch Road over to Horsefly. In the winter, snowmobilers are close to the action of Yanks Peak and the BC Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail.