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“Fabulous stand alone suite” 5 of 5 bubbles
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A Safe Haven B&B and Cabin
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A Safe Haven B&B and Cabin
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“Fabulous stand alone suite”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 December 2009

We stayed in their new stand alone house that had been completely renovated and had two bedrooms, bathroom, and huge living room kitchen. There was a bbq at the back and all the kitchen equipment you'd ever need. There was a huge new flat screen tv and as many dvd's as you'd like from their extensive library. While I don't like sitting on futon couches, I suppose these come in handy if you need extra beds. And if you're a light sleeper, the front bedroom faces the main road but the back bedroom doesn't so that's a consolation. There's free wi-fi too.

  • Stayed September 2009, travelled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 July 2005

We just spent the Canada Day long weekend at A Safe Haven B&B in Coleman, Alberta (part of the Crowsnest Pass). If you are thinking of travelling in this area, we highly recommend this charming B&B. They also have a family unit available if you are taking the family. I may have pictures to come, but really you would find them no different than the photos available on their website, they are quite truthful in presenting themselves on their website (just google it, the site will come up).

The room we stayed in is very nice, and tastefully decorated. Nice pleasing colors, a little TV/DVD combo in the room (they have a LOT of movies on DVD you can use), internet access in the room if you have a laptop with you, fresh flowers in the room, big comfy down comforter, comfortable bed, private little washroom with shower, on-site free parking, room is well lit, basically a very nice & cozy little room. My room had a patio door out onto the deck, where I could visit with their family dog, Mocha. The sweetest most pleasing dog I've ever met. If you don't want to watch movies on the small tv in your room, they have a larger TV in the living room that guests can use.

This B&B is also Perfume & Chemical free...so if you know someone with sensitivies, pass the site along to them, they will be thrilled to know there is somewhere they can go.

Breakfast is included with your room each morning. Your hosts are beyond cooks, they are more like culinary chefs. We had a wonderful omelette, a very pretty fruit cup (served in wine glass) with strawberry, mango & kiwi, and the muffins served with your breakfast are to die for, we're pretty sure they are baked fresh right there. You are literally served more food than you can possibly eat. Good coffee with your breakfast too (We're all about the coffee, lol). Your hosts have a lot of knowledge of the area and are more than happy to recommend businesses in the area where you can visit and dine for dinner.

The area: at first glance it seems there isn't much going on in Coleman, but there are a lot of historical sites. Most of their old mainstreet is closed down, but if you are a photographer, you will find a lot of interesting buildings to photograph. Also, all the towns in the Crowsnest run along the same highway, and are very close together, so there is no shortage of businesses to frequent. Blairemore has a movie house and a lot of businesses.

For your local meal you can go to Chris' Place in Coleman. It's not fancy, it seems to be where the locals go to grab a burger...just our kind of place. The Rum Runner pub is also a good place to stop in for a pint (and walking distance from this B&B). One night we travelled into Bellevue to dine at the fancier Moose Mountain Grill (converted house), reservations needed, but you can wear your jeans. The New York Steak was amazing. The abandoned Leitch Collery is also close by and provides wonderful photograph opportunities (there was actually a wedding party on site using it).

The Crowsnest provides a great jumping area to other places too. Travel one way to view the windmills of Pincher Creek, or dip into Waterton Park. Or, head in the other direction and cross over into BC, we travelled to Sparwood (where we watched Mud Bog competitions) and Fernie (more popular during ski season).

If you always wanted to see Waterton, but couldn't afford their accomodation prices, stay in the Crowsnest Pass, it's simply lovely, and it's such a short drive. It's also a great place to stay if you are just passing through the area on your way to or from BC.

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Additional Information about A Safe Haven B&B and Cabin

Property: A Safe Haven B&B and Cabin
Address: 8126-Highway 3 | Crowsnest, Alberta T0K 0M0, Canada
Region: Canada > Alberta > Canadian Rockies > Crowsnest Pass
Business Centre with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking
Hotel Style:
Ranked #6 of 6 Speciality Lodging in Crowsnest Pass
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Perfume and Chemical Free, 3 1/2 Stars Hand built log furniture, Gourmet breakfasts - B&B guests only Queen rooms have ensuites, single has private bath.Mountain setting with all season recreations, hike, bike, fish, ski, snowmobile and ATVs. ... more   less 
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