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Located southeast of 100 Mile House, Lone Butte was once the Cariboo’s largest town, and a busy centre for the ranchers who settled in the area from the turn of the century to the 1950’s.  Your Lone Butte Bed and Breakfast innkeeper will know that Lone Butte was much bigger than 100 Mile House, with stockyards, lumber mills, and the Lone Butte Hotel, which dated back to the 1920’s. Unfortunately, this heritage hotel was destroyed by fire in January 1998. Lone Butte today is a quiet little town with a BC Railway station, cafes, restaurants, shops, and a rather impressive log pub. At the centre of countless lakes providing great swimming, boating and fishing, Lone Butte has numerous resorts, guest ranches, Bed & Breakfasts and campgrounds to accommodate the visitor who would like to enjoy the recreational activities in this area of the Cariboo region.