About Naramata

Naramata is a lovely spot to visit either during your cycle tour or for a special treat at the end of your trip.  It has a lovely beach with great swimming, a good cafe, lovely heritage hotel and plenty of charm.  It’s origins go back to the early 1900’s when it was renowned as an area of arts and culture – paddleboat steamers would stop in with passengers wanting to attend events at Naramata.

The KVR arrived in 1914 to the hillside above the village, linking the community with the outside world by land.  The Naramata Heritage Inn was built in the early 1900’s and there is also a museum open from 2-4 PM on weekends or by appointment.  The area is abundant with boutique wineries and Naramata hosts a wonderful and predominantly organic market each Wednesday.  Highly recommended!


There are plenty of B&B’s in and around Naramata, but don’t leave it too late as many places book up early in the season.  Some require a 2 night minimum or longer stay in July and August, however with an abundance of incredible boutique wineries, sunshine and beaches you will wish you stayed longer!

Y Knot Naramata B&B12200a

Contact: Colin & Gail Ballance
850 Patterson Road Site 2 Comp 45 RR1 
Naramata, BC
V0H 1N0
Ph:  250-496-5935

Enjoy a warm welcome, fabulous hospitality, amazing breakfasts and a poolside view at this lovely B&B in Naramata.
2 night minimum stays please.


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Elevation & Distances

  • Elevation:  Midway  581 metres
  • Rock Creek  603 metres
  • Westbridge   633 metres
  • Beaverdell   790 metres
  • Idabel Lake   1225 metres
  • Myra Station  1258 metres
  • Ruth Station 1244 metres
  • Kelowna (at airport) 344 metres
  • Naramata 1014 metres (on the KVR) – town is below the trail and accommodation distances vary
  • Myra Station to Naramata: 63 km
  • Chute Lake to Naramata: 23 km
  • Naramata to Penticton16 km


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