Ideal for budget conscious individuals and groups for both short and long term stays, make Tenth Street Student Housing at Selkirk College in Nelson, BC your home away from home.
Tenth Street Housing Amenities
Guests will enjoy clean, attractive, comfortable facilities including free laundry, free WIFI, TV lounge, computers and games room with pool table, table tennis and foosball. Parking is free and readily available and many rooms have private outside access.
Bed linens and fresh towels provided.
From June 1 to August 15 each summer, guests may choose between:
Single Dorm Room
Private room with single bed, mini fridge & microwave; shared kitchen, bathroom and laundry.
Twin Dorm Room
Private co-ed room with twin bunks, mini fridge & microwave; shared kitchen, bathroom and laundry.
Self contained unit, double bed, bathroom and small kitchen. (Only two units available so book early.)
Three-bedroom Pod-style Apartment
Private single-bed rooms, two bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen and laundry.
Five-bedroom Pod-style Apartment
Private single-bed rooms, three bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen and laundry.
From $40 per night. Rates are subject to applicable taxes. One night room deposit required.
We welcome individuals and groups for both short and long-term stays.
Group rates require 10 people or more.
Check-in starting at 3 pm.
Reservations, Contact and Directions
Reservations are recommended. Fill in our ONLINE BOOKING FORM. We will contact you shortly to confirm your booking, arrival time, and to secure payment. Please have your credit card at hand
Beautiful Nelson, BC
Nestled in the picturesque Selkirk Mountains overlooking the beautiful West Arm of Kootenay Lake, Tenth Street Student Housing is literally minutes away from The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Walking/Biking trail. While housing is secluded from traffic it is within walking distance of the lake, parks, recreational facilities, hospital & shopping. There are also incredible opportunities for fishing, swimming, canoeing, sailing, kayaking and mountain or rock climbing. The area is a golfing paradise with many gorgeous mountain courses to choose from.
Historic Baker Street in downtown Nelson boasts a unique shopping experience, wonderful restaurants and coffee shops providing a cultural culinary experience. Nelson has been dubbed the "best little arts town in Canada" and it lives up to its name. Take a walk downtown and you’ll be treated to an eclectic mix of local artisans, crafters and buskers displaying their talents or take a ride along lake on the fully restored Streetcar #23. Additionally you’ll discover some of the world’s finest mountain biking and hiking experiences.
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