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Dripping in history, the Banff area offers history lessons around every corner. Visit the hot springs at the base of Sulphur Mountain, where Canada's first national park was declared, or embark on the self-guided Historic Homes Tour. There are also numerous great museums in the area, perfect for an afternoon of discovery!... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 99 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Banff
- Nearby Water Bow River
- Open Dates All Year
Hanz and Freida Odenthal welcome you to their historic, traditional European-style Bed & Breakfast, an old wooden home in beautiful downtown Banff just off the river and fringing the mountain forests. Enjoy your breakfast as you watch the deer, frequent visitors, enjoy their own.... more
Although the inn was built in 2004, owners of Buffaloberry B&B have been in the Bow Valley for over 25 years enjoying careers in the hospitality industry as well as the fine home building industry, facts reflected in their excellent service and beautiful lodging.... more
Home to the Calgary stampede, world-class resort towns, and adventurous terrains with spectacular views, visitors flock to Alberta each year to experience the province's tourist attractions. Not to mention, the oldest national park in Canada and the world's third: Banff National Park.... more
Paradise Lodge & Bungalows is a family run business located near the shores of world-famous Lake Louise in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Banff National Park. The lodge facility boasts newly renovated, luxurious cabins as well as spacious suites. A children’s playground is available for traveling families, along with a large slide/jungle gym... more
The Banff Park Museum provides a history of the glorious Canadian land, displaying hundreds of stuffed and mounted specimens of the park’s wildlife. Get as close as you want. They don’t bite! ... more
Head on over to The Banff Park Museum, where you’ll be educated concerning the interesting history of the Canadian land and its wildlife. The museum showcases hundreds of stuffed and mounted creatures unique to the area. ... more
This is your chance to live a tradition that has been growing in Banff for 51 years! Experience the Rockies as explorers did 130yrs ago - with backcountry rides. You're likely to see wildlife and you'll certainly find untouched Banff National Park wilderness.... more
The first explorers used to traverse Banff’s rugged mountain terrain hundreds of years ago. You can relive their experience, enjoying a quiet, leisurely pace as your four-legged friends propel you through the breathtaking mountain trails. ... more
Visit nearby Cave and Basin National Historic Site commemorating the birthplace of Canada's National Park system. The site consists of naturally occurring, warm mineral springs inside the cave and outside in an emerald colored basin.... more