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Coyote's Den Guesthouse
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Reviewed 9 July 2014

We had the pleasure of staying here at the end of June. Unlike some B&B's, it is on the main floor of the house so that you do not wake to footsteps overhead. Our room was small but adequate. The bed was very comfortable. The house is far enough away from the tracks that you can sleep with the window open. The single bathroom is shared and there is a tub with a hand shower - no full shower. We prefer a private bath, but sharing the bath was much less of an issue than we thought it would be. The large living room, dining area and kitchen are all available for guests' use. Breakfast is generous and delicious. Along with bread, jams, cereals, yogurt and fresh fruit, we had a lovely quiche one morning and fresh baked croissants the next morning. Elaine is a charming and friendly host without being intrusive. She has lived in the area for many years and she is a great source of information. This is one of the most reasonable B&Bs in the area and I would stay here again. Elaine does ask for a minimum 2 nights booking but she will book a single night if there is one available so always ask. She is very prompt at replying to emails.

Room Tip: Although the larger room is connected to the bath, the rooms across the hall face away from the tracks.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Catharine_220
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

This is one of the more affordable B & Bs in Field, and is definitely a much more economic option than staying in Lake Louise. Overall our stay here was pretty good. Elaine was friendly and easy going, and made us a fantastic quiche in the morning. We also appreciated having a little access to the kitchen to heat up some leftovers.

The room was clean but pretty small, and had a sloping ceiling and wood panelling that made it feel even smaller. There was also only one bathroom between three guest rooms, which can amount to one bathroom between six people if there are other couples staying. Also be advised that the bathroom has a clawfoot tub with a hand sprayer rather than a normal shower.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sylvia B
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Reviewed 4 October 2013

This was an absolute gem of a find and i booked it after reading reviews on Tripadvisor.
Field is a very pretty, quaint small town a short ride from Lake Louise which is probably the biggest attraction in the area.
Don't stay in Lake Louise in the big hotels, treat yourself to B&B heaven with a welcoming host Elaine.
Elaine works for the National Parks as a daytime job, and her home doubles as a B&B. Basically guests have the run of the ground floor, whilst Elaine lives in the basement when she has guests.
There are 3 bedrooms, one is a large bedroom with direct access to the shared bathroom, whilst the other two bedrooms are smaller accross the corridor. We were fortunate enough to have the larger bedroom for our two night stay, and we were the sole guests on the first night.
It's just like being at home, you have a living room with TV, numerous books to read along with Elaine's extensive knowledge of the parks. Use the kitchen if you want to cook your own food, no problem.
If you look closely at some of the other B&B's the basements have been converted for guests, whilst the owner's live in the main part of the house. Not here, you get the ground floor with views over Field, mountains etc. You come first.
It's a B&B so you get breakfast. This set us up for the day's hiking on our first morning.
Cereals, Coffee, Orange Juice, Croissants, Toast, Various Jams, Peanut butter, Meats, Cheeses, Fresh Fruit, Boiled Eggs. Fresh, tasty and much better than a lot of hotels i have stayed in.
When we stayed it was still dark when we started breakfast, as we ate you could watch the mountains appear in the distance as the dawn broke.
Its in a great location just behind a white church towards the back of the town.
Its quaint, its quirky, and the host is adorable, just like going home to stay with mum.

Another big advantage in staying in Field is the local restaurant called "Truffle Pigs", treat yourself to this as well,
Emerald Lake and Takkakaw Falls are nearby and well worth a visit for a few hours.

Room Tip: There are only three rooms, the best room is the one attached to the bathroom, its much bigger than the other 2. I just suppose its down to availability.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Oggy7224
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Reviewed 14 September 2013

We chose the Coyote's Den Guesthouse from reading Trip Advisor and it lived up to the reviews. Elaine is a fabulous host as she made us, and all her other guests, feel very welcome. A very relaxing and sociable log cabin home. Elaine is very knowledgable about local hikes and the surrounding national parks - she gave us invaluable advice which improved our holiday. All guests are welcome cook in her kitchen, where breakfast was also served, so you need to be sociable while staying here. We met some lovely people - fellow guests and Elaine's friends and neighbours, We had a good-size double room (for 3 nights) with spectacular views across the valley. All rooms share a common bathroom but that was fine with us. We would love to return to Field someday and stay with Elaine again.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 August 2013

I had booked for two nights at the Coyote’s Den with my husband in June 2013 but we ended up staying three nights as we couldn’t get to Canmore because of the floods. I must say that if you are going to get stuck anywhere, Field (and the Coyote’s Den) is not a bad place to be.

The B&B has three bedrooms, access to the kitchen and living room and a shared bathroom; the owner lives downstairs and there is a very homely feel. Breakfasts were good – cereal, fruit, croissants etc.

We had the king size room which was very cosy and nicely decorated and had views across Field.

Field is a really good option for visiting Banff and Yoho national Parks, and Lake Louise as it’s much cheaper and has loads more character than Lake Louise village.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Kathryn C
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