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This almost 200-year-old village is so much more than just a quaint nod to times of yore, interesting only to history buffs and antiquities hunters. Yes, it’s known as “the birthplace of BC”, and yes, the fascinating village has many shops and museums detailing the rich history of the region, but you won’t find any cobwebs, dust, or busloads of bored school children here. Built in 1827 along the Fraser River under the direction of James McMillan, Chief Trader of the Hudson’s Bay Company, Fort Langley was one of the first trading posts of the Hudson’s Bay Company. Today, its long history as a bustling centre of commerce speaks to its current status as a must-visit hub of tourist activity and fascinating cultural exploration.

Our short term rental and vacation accommodation offers up the best of heritage charm and urban sophistication in the place where BC was born.

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Airbnb in Fort Langley

Fort Langley is a unique small town market. The major advantage to this destination is the lack of competition. There are no hotels or traditional accommodations in the town which provides ample opportunity for Airbnbers to fill the gap in the market.

The abundance of events in town creates some great year round demand. The challenge for this market is that it is more of a day trip destination rather than a place visitors spend multiple nights in.

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Fort Langley Pricing & Occupancy

There are 201 active rentals in Langley. The average occupancy is 73% and the average daily rate (ADR) is $112 per night. 34% of the market is 1 bedrooms followed by 2 bedrooms at 26%.

History, of course, takes centre stage in Fort Langley. But this is not your Grandpa’s rambling, sometimes tedious, version of events. Fort Langley’s historic heritage attractions and museums tell an exciting interactive tale guaranteed to have visitors spellbound until the last tale is told. There is also farm touring, wine tasting, craft brewery tours, hiking, biking, canoeing and all kinds of other fun and games to be had! Fort Langley is also the place in the Lower Mainland for seasonal and annual events and festivals. Must-dos include the Fort Langley Canada Day celebrations, their annual Cranberry Festival (Thanksgiving), and the magical Christmas by Candlelight and Heritage Holidays celebrations.

Things to See & Do

Events & Festivals

Fine dining, local treats, farm to fork family friendly eateries, craft beer, wineries, museums, boutique shopping, arts, crafts… small local business is booming. Whatever you need, whatever your heart desires, everything you never even knew you needed but have to have… you can find it all in Fort Langley. And then some.

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Fort Langley has a booming film scene, with Hollywood film crews and celebrities spotted on the streets year-round. The Fort Langley Community Hall in particular has graced the big screen on multiple occasions. See if you can spot it, along with other Fort Langley landmarks, in some of these movies and TV series: Riverdale, Air Bud, Supernatural, Once Upon a Time, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Hope Springs, and Fringe, to name just a few.

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