- 2 BDR
- 2 BA
- Sleeps 6
|Fri Oct 09||$ 190.00||
|Sat Oct 10||$ 190.00||
|Sun Oct 11||$ 190.00||
|Last Minute Discount (15%)||$ -85.50||
|Taxes ||$ 21.80
Our centrally located condo will feel like your home away from home. We are long-term Bow Valley residents and thus our home features special touches not found in any hotel or typical vacation home, such as games, music, books, and movies.
The Condo is 1195 square feet and features a master bedroom with queen-size bed and en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower. There is a 2nd bedroom with a queen size bed. There are 2 pull-out couches in the living room. The open concept living room-dining room-kitchen opens onto a large balcony overlooking the Three Sisters and Rundle mountains. Our home has a very comfortable feeling. The view is amazing. Local amenities (groceries, liquor, restaurants) are less than a one-minute walk away. With a five-minute walk you can be in the heart of downtown Canmore - full of shops, restaurants, and galleries.
Bedroom Configuration: Master Bedroom: Queen Bed
2nd Bedroom: Queen Bed
Living Room: Two double sleeper sofas
- Includes National Park Pass
- Plenty of parking in front of Private Entrance to unit
- Bell ExpressVu Satellite television
- In suite Washer/Dryer with laundry supplies
- A selection of board games, books, and DVDs for your enjoyment
- Fully stocked kitchen, including staple food items
- Large balcony with BBQ overlooking local mountains
- Use of day packs and picnic baskets
As Canmore was originally a mining town, the town core was built around the rail line. This means that the majority of downtown properties and hotels back onto the rail line -- including this property. If sitting on the balcony, or in the living room with the balcony doors open, you can definitely hear the train as it passes. Once the door is closed, the train is no louder than a car passing. The master bedroom is located on the opposite end of the property. Properties in this part of town were built with extra soundproofing so the train would not be a problem. We can actually hear the train louder from our house (which is 6 blocks from the rail line) than at the condo because our house does not have the same soundproofing.