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My husband and I stayed in the Lynx Cabin for our honeymoon. While definitely cozy, it was definitely enough space for the two of us. The cabins are less than a block from the visitor's center and easy walking distance to all the shops and...More
We were in the elk cabin. We enjoyed our stay in the rustic heritage cabin.
The owners were one of our highlights. Great homemade granola provided with milk. They made homemade cookies & lemonade for afternoon tea. Delightful homemade scones with jam. They were incredibly...More
We stayed in the Fox Cabin for 3 days in one of the busiest weeks of the summer . We were lucky to find Beaver Cabins because I was having difficulties to find a place for 6 adults in Banff that wouldn't break the bank....More
We loved our stay here and were delighted by the facilities and service. First of all, the location is great - a few steps away from the centre of town and with onsite parking. The cabin itself was lovely - we were a couple but...More
We were here mid July 2015. I found this place online somehow (no clue how even) - and I must say - I booked the place by accident (don't ask). No regrets though. We were in both Jasper and Banff, stayed at 3 different places...More
The closest campground is Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds, which is a 10min drive from the cabins. If you do want your friends to be really close to the campsite, I would recommending Douglas Fir Resort, Tunnel Mountain Resort... More
The closest campground is Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds, which is a 10min drive from the cabins. If you do want your friends to be really close to the campsite, I would recommending Douglas Fir Resort, Tunnel Mountain Resort or Buffalo Mountain Lodge.