near Squamish, has been recognized
internationally for its unique architecture and furnishings.
Nu-Salya offers its guests a breakfast menu instead of simply
putting out the ubiquitous granola," the magazine wrote.
Nu-Salya, which means My Vision in Coast Salish, was the only
Canadian bed and breakfast facility to make that list, from an
estimated 25,000 bed and breakfast locations in North America.
Penguin Publishing recently chose Nu-Salya for the front cover of
its latest Canadian bed and breakfast guide.
Nu-Salya, operated by owners Bill and Susan McComish, was built as
their dream home five years ago and then converted into a bed and
breakfast operation three years ago. It features three guest
bedrooms in a building with cedar and fir log posts, pine and
slate floors, unique furnishings and large wood-framed windows
with Howe Sound views.
"Forbes just called last week and told us we would be included in
their article on the best B & Bs and to our surprise, we're the
only one in Canada," said Bill McComish, a contractor who designed
"Sometimes you try to work at getting exposure and nothing happens
but then, out of the blue, we're featured in Forbes magazine.
We're absolutely thrilled."