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.