Located at the foot of Tunnel Mountain in Banff, 5 minutes walk from downtown, the Bow river and the Banff Centre. The Banff Bear B&B Suite is the ideal private retreat after a full day of sightseeing, hiking, or skiing, or it can be your quiet hideaway where you can relax, and have some down time.
Sit out on the private deck, like a local, and soak up the glorious surroundings with views of Mount Norquay and Cascade Mountain.
The suite has it`s own private entrance so that you have complete privacy.
The Banff Bear B&B suite has a cozy sitting area with cable TV + Netflix and wireless Internet. There is a dining area and kitchenette with bar fridge, microwave, toaster and the usual drink making facilities (with complimentary tea & coffee). So you can make yourselves at home and enjoy a night in with a glass of wine and a ready meal.
To comply with the bed and breakfast license some initial breakfast supplies will be provided.
Each of the light and airy bedrooms has a queen size bed, a closet and an ensuite bathroom with shower.
Features: Clean, comfortable bedrooms Ensuite bathrooms Smoke free environment Comfortable sitting areas Kitchenette with bar fridge, microwave and toaster Storage area for skis and bicycles Off street parking Short walk to downtown Banff and the Banff Centre Queen beds, with very comfortable mattresses Private entrance and deck Light and airy living space Dining area (with dining table and four chairs) Wireless internet Flatscreen 40 inch TV and Netflix access Coffee maker + kettle for tea (complimentary tea & coffee) Hairdryer Iron, ironing board
Though we don`t allow them in the suite, there are two friendly dogs that hang out in the main house and the yard. They do love to say hello to visitors in the constant hope of treats or walks!.
The property is not suitable for children, so we can't accept bookings with children under 12 years of age.
The light and airy bedrooms has a queen size bed, a closet and an ensuite bathroom with shower.
Banff boasts 3 nearby ski hills, cross country skiing and snow shoeing in the winter. In summer there are endless trails, cycling or just floating down the river in a canoe+ More