Ambleside Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Ambleside Lodge Bed & Breakfast offers great rustic charm of a wooden lodge nestled in the midst of spectacular mountains that's surrounding you on all sides and the pleasure of a great hideaway just waiting to be discovered ..
Ambleside Lodge Bed & Breakfast is located in the community of Canmore, Alberta, in full view of Canada's spectacular Rocky Mountains.
The interior is predominately pine and showcases a unique, spectacular fireplace, (one of the largest in Canmore boasting 18 tons of bedrock stone supported by 4 tons of cement). This feature is central of a spacious lounge area, which is comfortable and cozy.
Just 1.5 hours drive from Calgary International Airport. Ambleside Lodge is only 15 minutes from the world-renowned town of Banff, situated in the heart of historical Banff National Park and is less than a one-hour drive from the equally famous Lake Louise.
There is modern audio and visual systems installed and the host has a reasonably varied collection of music suitable to cater for most tastes.
Ambleside Lodge B&B is only five a five minute stroll to Canmore's main street with its excellent shopping, restaurants and museums and other points of interest. When you stay with Sue and Dave you can expect, and will receive, 'Hospitality at its Best'.
Our hope is for you to enjoy the sophisticated splendor of the Rocky Mountains from our home.
Two spacious rooms are available from a choice of three queens. Each of the rooms has plenty of cupboard space/closets and each presents its own special individual ambiance. Skylights are a pleasant feature through which can be viewed the glory of the stars at night and the magnificence of the mountains by day.
Scenic Drives throughout Canmore and Kananaskis are tough to miss .... but here's a few of our favorites which offer some of the most inspiring views. If these sound too normal for you - contact us and we would be happy to make some more recommendations...
The Smith-Dorrien Spray Trail
This gravel road is used for the 'backdoor' access to Peter Lougheed provincial park and Spray Lakes (ice fishing, skating, boating). The Smith Dorrien winds it's way through moose habitat, passes by Mt. Engadine Lodge (a great spot to stop for lunch, tea or a drink) and finally emerges on Highway 40 near the winter gate.
Highway 40 to Kananaskis Village
Absolutely one of the most scenic roads in the area. Plenty of picnic areas and viewpoints. A world-class golf course is at Kananaskis Village, two ski hills Fortress Mtn and Nakiska, and thousands of kilometers of hiking trails.
Highway 40 South to Longview
From the winter gate south Highway 40 takes you through broad valleys of monumental proportions. Deciduous trees, the alpine ruggedness of Highwood Pass, larch trees, narrow canyons, mini-waterfalls and finally the open prairies. Emerging at Longview on highway.
|Ambleside Lodge Bed & Breakfast
123A Rundle Drive
|(403) 678 3976
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This page was last updated: 06 July 2010