The region is dotted with sips and bites that delight. From country stores and road side markets, to Eco Treats coffee shop, the Scotch Creek Hub, the Celista Estate Winery, and great parks for the perfect picnic. Stop in and say hi along the way wether here for awhile or just for the day.
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Located on the north shore of Shuswap Lake, Celista Estate Winery is located on 160-acre estate. We had a dream to create a winery after retirement from our lives in the Canadian Arctic. We invite you for a glass of wine with gourmet local cheeses and crackers on our vineyard patio.
A happy gathering place for both local residents and visitors. From local farmers, gardeners, bakers and craftspeople, you can find baking, vegetables straight from the garden, eggs, free-range chicken, pickles, jam, herbs, tea, flowers, hand-made soaps and lotions, and an amazing array of sewing, woodwork, photography, jewellery and art.
Unique café located in Scotch Creek and Salmon Arm. Everything we serve is made with care and detailed attention, from our beautiful lattes to our amazing cookies and scones; from our healthy smoothies to our savory paninis, you will find delicious flavour in every bite!
We are so excited to have Chef Chris Whittaker join our team in 2018. Chris’s passion for promoting all things BC, featuring both wild and farmed cuisine, is reflected in a new menu each season, designed around the ingredients available that can be foraged locally. Every Friday we have a Prime Rib feature, and have brunch menus available Saturday & Sundays.
Sundays 9:30am to 1:30pm, May long weekend to Labour Day. We’re located on the sunny North Shore of beautiful Shuswap Lake, in the field behind The Scotch Creek Hub Our vendors offer fresh, local produce, honey, delicious baking and preserves, an array of hand-made jewellery, pottery, wood carvings, body lotions & soaps, and so much more!
We are a young family that has decided to move back to the land out of a shared desire to provide ourselves, our family, and our communities with natural foods and medicines, and more importantly, to help others begin or continue their own journey towards self reliance. Further motivation finds its roots in a desire to live as part of a resilient community and in the process become independent of the fickle nature of the economies and food systems of the industrial world.