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A spacious suite with lots of light. Private entrance, separate bedroom, kitchenette area (microwave, slow cooker, grill, coffee, toaster, toaster oven, fridge). Very nice bathroom. Queen size bed in bedroom and futon in living room. 32' Cable TV with DVD player. Laundry area and BBQ available to our guests. Nice back yard patio and sitting area. 5 Blocks from bus and train station, 1block from grocery store, 4 blocks from downtown core, 1 block from mountain trails. Great biking, hiking, jogging, and skiing, in area. Ask Brian and Marta for detailed info on activities in the area. Minimum two day bookings only. Discounts available for bookings of 5 days or more.
Discover the little town in a big park When you think of escaping your everyday life in the dead of winter, how do you picture it? As a speck on a magical landscape of snow and ice, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing between mountains so majestic that they make your worries seem insignificant in comparison? Climbing a frozen waterfall under the glow of a full winter’s moon? Soaking in rejuvenating natural hot springs? Or riding a giant machine that makes a Hummer look puny as it crawls out onto the largest ice field south of Alaska – transformed in winter into a mammoth natural skating rink.
Visiting the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies in winter is like holidaying in a Christmas card come to life. As you wander amid snow-bowed evergreens the only sound is crunching snow beneath your feet. Cruise down the world’s most scenic highway. Soar in a cable car among towering snowcapped peaks. Or head to Marmot Basin to carve down steep, high alpine bowls and chutes or glade ski through verdant pine forests. And when you’re not kicking up your heels hanging with the locals or reliving the colourful history of one of North America’s most fascinating frontier towns, you might find yourself literally walking on water over the frozen Maligne Canyon, its waterfalls transformed into glistening ice sculpted by wind and time.
Escaping to Jasper in winter can also mean finally getting the chance to read those six books you bought this year and haven’t yet cracked. Dining on everything from neuvo- Suisse cuisine to old world Mexican tapas. Sampling beers made from some of the freshest water on earth. Curling up by a roaring fire and listening for the distant howl of a wolf across a frozen lake. Or catching emerging musicians jamming long into the night at a local bar. All this and more is waiting for you to experience in the little town in the big park. All you have to do is start dreaming. We’ll do the rest.
Property Amenities & Features
- Linens Provided
- Small Appliances
- Stereo Player
- Cable TV
- DVD Player
- Internet Access
- Parking Available
Individual Unit Description
We have a full suite with separate bedroom and queen size bed to offer you.
Additional Rate Information
Rate based on double occupancy. $10 per extra person. Low season rates available. Please inquire.
Check in 3-4pm. Check out 11am.
Cancellation policy: 72 hours.