After visiting (and reviewing) in 2014 we knew when returning to Canmore exactly where we wanted to stay. As before Bob and Valerie made us very welcome and remembered us from our previous visit; and gave us good advice on what to do in the area when the weather turned snowy.
We chose not to take breakfast here in order to have more freedom in seeing the amazing sights in the nearby Banff National Park, which were busy due to the extra visitors with Canada's 150th anniversary. Instead we took advantage of the location being close to the town centre and had some great breakfasts in town.
Although close to the social centre of town the street is quiet; and away from the rail line which runs through the valley; so the night-time freight trains don't wake guests.
We can't recommend staying here enough, it's better than my ability to describe how good staying here is.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Uniquely designed and handcrafted by your hosts, each room is a 400 sq. ft. romantic sanctuary. There is natural light from 8 full length windows, private entrance, bar fridge and other amenities. The Treehouse suite boasts a double wet steam shower and king bed, while the Foresthouse offers a double whirlpool tub and queen bed. Complete with stained glass and hidden dragons, we are located on a quiet forested trail surprisingly close to downtown. ... more less