Jefferson Ranch House


Entire home hosted by Dwight

  1. 8 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 2 baths
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Jefferson Ranch House is a 1.5 storey, custom-crafted, 3,050 square foot log home. Originally built in 1998, it underwent significant renovations to improve guest comfort in 2018.

The space
The first floor area is 2,065 square feet and it features a large open living space, with kitchen, dining area and living room under a vaulted ceiling. The gourmet kitchen is well equipped with dishes and cookware and has ample work, storage, and fridge space.

There are two bedrooms on the main floor: a large king ensuite and a queen bedroom.There are two four-piece bathrooms on the main floor. The master ensuite features a large soaker bathtub that comfortably fits two people.

In the 986 square foot loft, there are two queen loft nooks, curtained off for guest privacy. The Games Room is also located in the loft of the Jefferson Ranch House. It features a bar, a pool table, a TV with satellite connectivity, a foosball and an air hockey table.

There is a covered patio across the entire front of the home with captivating views of the mountains and sunsets over Meadow Lake and the Marble Range. Two-thirds of the patio is screened; this section features a dining area with seating for 16 and a lounge area with couches.

The house is primarily heated by the wood burning radiant heated floor. Secondary heating is provided by our wood burning fireplace and electric baseboard heaters.

Wifi is available in this house and most of our guests have full cell coverage during their visits. The living room features a TV with satellite connectivity. In the loft space, a desk with printer- photocopier is available for guest use.

Also located onsite is a large covered carport. EV charging is available; guests are asked to bring all their own chargers and adaptors.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Living room
2 queen beds

What this place offers

Lake access
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
EV charger

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Where you’ll be

Clinton, British Columbia, Canada

In the 1800s, settlements grew in this area with the development of the Cariboo Wagon Road and discovery of gold.

The Cariboo Wagon Road followed the original Hudson’s Bay Harrison Trail, reaching north from Lillooet (Mile 0) to the Cariboo Gold Fields. Beginning at Lillooet, the road travelled 47 miles, over Pavilion Mountain, past Kelly Lake, to Cut-Off Valley, where it converged with the Yale-Cariboo Road. The community formed at the confluence of the two roads became known as 47 Mile House. In 1863 the town site was officially renamed “Clinton” by Queen Victoria in honour of Lord Henry Pelham Clinton.

During the Cariboo Gold Rush, the location of the settlement made it a busy junction and an ideal resting place for weary travellers and miners travelling to and from the gold fields of Barkerville.

Once “Gold Fever” subsided, the ranching industry developed. Some of the original ranches such as Maiden Creek Ranch, Mound Ranch and Pollard Ranch are still operational today.

In the early 1950’s forestry became the mainstay of the economy. At one time, over 20 bush mills and saw mills operated in the area. Consolidation in the 1970’s led to only one operation surviving. This mill, known as Chasm Sawmills, a division of West Fraser Mills, closed in 2019.

Since the mid-1970’s, the population of Clinton has slowly increased. Today Clinton and the area boast many facilities and landscaped parks, while still retaining the flavour and appearance of a frontier town.

On Main Street, you will find quaint shops, hotel/motels, pubs, coffee shops, restaurants and gas stations, where one can find hidden treasures, grab a great meal or refresh and refuel.

Hosted by Dwight

  1. Joined in May 2018
  • 55 Reviews
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  • Superhost
Come and stay at Meadow Lake Guest Ranch! For our family, the Ranch is a place for us to relax, to explore and to enjoy. We hope that it can provide the same for you.

During your stay

Meadow Lake Guest Ranch is taken care of by our two Ranch Managers. They live full time on the property in their own house, but are available to help if required.

At the Ranch, we understand that people come to stay with us to find peace and quiet: thus, our policy has always been that management and staff stay a respectful distance from guests, unless needed. This will continue.

Additionally, management and staff will now practice social distancing with all guests during their stay. A minimum of six-feet will be kept between guests and staff, unless dire circumstances require otherwise.
Meadow Lake Guest Ranch is taken care of by our two Ranch Managers. They live full time on the property in their own house, but are available to help if required.

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Dwight is a Superhost

Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Language: English
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
May encounter potentially dangerous animal
Climbing or play structure
Carbon monoxide alarm

Cancellation policy