Round Up Motel
Rest your weary head at the Round-Up Motel, conveniently located at the south end of town. This quaint motel boasts 17 clean and comfy rooms with plenty of amenities to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The Round-Up Motel features a variety of room types, including some with kitchenettes and additional bedrooms. They offer great options for families, solo travelers, couples and groups.
All rooms are non-smoking and equipped with air-conditioning units for those hot summer nights and powerful heaters for those cold winter ones. For those travelling with their pets, select rooms allow for furry companions, and there is a grassy picnic area with two outdoor barbecues for summer lounging. Additional services include free WiFi, long-distance calls, satellite TV, cappuccino/espresso, parking for two vehicles or one with a trailer, and so much more!
Whether you’re hunkering down for a while, or just passing through, there are numerous breakfast options in town and plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities for nature enthusiasts. Many visiting the Clinton area love soaking in the historical richness of the region’s Gold Rush era, saddling up for a rugged horseback ride, or antiquing for vintage treasures. The expansive Cariboo contains countless pristine lakes, backcountry wilderness and trail networks for a variety of sporting activities. Make Round-Up Motel a home-base for all your Clinton adventures. Book today!
Meet Paul Kao
Meet Paul Kao
With a dream in mind, Paul Kao moved up to Clinton from the Lower Mainland in 2016. He had always wanted to own his own accommodations business, and with affordable prices in the north, opportunity was easily within reach. A few months after he acquired the Round Up Motel, the entrepreneur opened up his freshly spruced-up business to road-wary travelers from all over the world. He loves representing BC's north and the hospitable reputation that precedes him. “I like to keep in touch with people and provide a good service for them,” shares the Round Up owner. Paul has immersed himself readily within the community of Clinton, often involving himself in community events and fundraisers. He has felt extremely welcomed by residents and loves everything about the unique village. “I wish more good people would come to the north,” says Paul. “To visit or live.”