Cabins, Lodges & Inns
Kananaskis Country, Canmore & surrounding area
From charming inns to mountain cabins, cozy lodges, find an alternative to traditional hotel accommodation and experience peaceful getaway places in the Canmore, Banff, Kananaskis Area.
The vast majority of accommodation options are located just outside of Kananaskis Country in the mountain town of Canmore, Alberta – the gateway to Kananaskis and the mountain parks.
There is no better place than Canmore to base your exploration and discovery of the mountain parks in the Canadian Rockies.
The Charming Inns & Small Hotels of Alberta is a collection of Inns and small hotels in Alberta, Canada. The Charming Inns are featured in Alberta’s most popular vacation destinations from the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Waterton National Park to the badlands of Drumheller and Rocky Mountain House. You can expect a unique stay experience: one that is personal and distinctive. Our collection of Inns and small hotels range from quiet backcountry lodges to luxury private cabins, from romantic getaways with spas to family and pet friendly hotels.
Perfectly located just 20 minutes from Banff and Lake Louise on the scenic Bow Valley Parkway - is Johnston Canyon Lodge and Bungalows ; a boutique hotel with 35 bungalows for nightly rentals. We also offer the Blackswift Bistro and Market Cafe and are located at the trailhead of the must see attraction of Johnston Canyon. Explore 7 glacial waterfalls from suspended catwalks and viewing platforms - absolutely spectacular. Between May 22 - June 22 book 3 consecutive nights and receive a $100 food voucher for our bistro - Ask for the "Blackswift BNF" voucher when checking in.
Bow Valley Parkway, Hwy 1a, Banff National Park, Alberta
Old World Charm nestled amongst the rugged mountains of the Canadian Rockies is what you will experience at Canmore's Georgetown Inn. The Georgetown Inn of Canmore is one of Alberta's Charming Inns. Our wonderful rooms are complimented by the Miner's Lamp, home of Canmore's best Fish 'n Chips!
1101 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore, Alberta
William Watson Lodge
Accommodation for Albertans with disabilities as well as senior citizens of Alberta. William Watson Lodge is situated in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, overlooking the Lower Kananaskis Lake. The facilities are open year round and consist of a main lodge for day use, 22 accessible cabins and campground with full-service campsites. Summer activities and amenities include barrier-free hiking trails, picnic and fishing areas and interpretive programs. A double tracked cross-country trails is available in the winter to assist persons with disabilities and visual impairments.
Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Kananaskis Country,
Folk Tree Lodge
The Folk Tree Lodge is the place for an unforgettable vacation. In addition to simply relaxing and embracing the peaceful atmosphere, the property offers opportunities for nature walks, leisure strolling, sunbathing, skating, picnics, and wildlife and bird watching. Built in 1954 and renovated in 2008, this log cabin is truly unique. One-of-a-kind log beds and furniture hand-crafted by the owners (a local folkart artist and his wife) make this home a piece of living art where you can spend relaxing time with family and friends. You can bring your horse along and have her/him stay in one of our outside pens with shelter.
146212 Hwy 762, Bragg Creek, Alberta
Mount Engadine Lodge
Located at 6100 feet in Spray Valley Provincial Park, Mount Engadine Lodge is the classic Rocky Mountain experience. Located 45 minutes south of Canmore on the scenic Smith-Dorrien Spray Trail road, come experience the mountains alongside the sounds of wind in the trees, the moose in the wallow and the laughter and conversation of your fellow guests.
Smith-Dorrien Trail, Kananaskis Country, Alberta