Northland Lodge in
Waterton Lakes National Park Alberta
Northland Lodge Waterton Lakes Glacier National Park Alberta Bed and Breakfast B&B Places To Stay Lodgings Accommodations
Host: Jeanne Aldrich
Address: 408 Evergreen Avenue, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta T0K 2M0, Canada
Activities/Attractions: Waterton Lakes National Park borders Glacier National Park in Montana to the south, together making up the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, the first of its kind in the world. A place like no other, the uniqueness of Waterton Park is a blend of unusual geology, mild climate, rare wild flowers, and an abundance of wildlife. It is a scene which has remained unchanged for centuries.
Waterton is a quiet, uncrowded National Park ... the perfect place to view spectacular scenery, wildlife and enjoy outstanding recreational opportunities. Discover nature at its best year round tucked into the southwestern corner of the province of Alberta, Canada.
In this breathtaking part of the world, the majestic Rocky Mountains rise suddenly out of the rolling prairies - amid the peaks are the lakes of Waterton Lakes National Park, carved out of the rock by ancient glaciers. The highlight of Waterton's sparkling chain of lakes is the international Upper Waterton Lake, the deepest lake in the Canadian Rockies.
"My family has vacationed in Waterton for at least 12 years. While some of the other hotels are very nice, we have stayed at the Northland Lodge for the past six years. It is like staying with friends."
"The Lodge is a cozy little B&B nestled into the mountainside, attractively located within a 5 minute walk to the Waterton townsite. The atmosphere is relaxed and the hospitality is first-rate. My mother and I have visited Waterton annually for many years, but have never found a place to stay as comfortable and charming as this place."
"The Northland Lodge in Waterton Park is like going back in time. The rooms are quiet and relaxing. Each one decorated with fun details. Be sure to look at the posters and memorabilia. The host was very accommodating. Besides making homemade muffins with a terrific Saskatoon Berry jam, she was knowledgable about the best hikes in the park."
"Our family room was very comfortable with extremely comfortable beds and enough space for all of us. It has lots of character and it's true that you can hear the Falls from your room - wonderful! The town is charming and the deer and sheep on the streets really make you feel you're close to nature."
"We found Northland Lodge to be such a quiet, quaint, out-of-the way place to stay. We were treated wonderfully and the views of the mountains were awesome. It was quite relaxing."
"For me this is the place to stay in Waterton Lakes. Nine clean rooms with muffins, coffee/tea and juice in the morning and a large living room with fireplace were you can have a relaxing chat with the other guests in the morning or at the end of the day."
General Information: Welcome to Northland Lodge ... a family owned business since 1949 offering 9 guestrooms to visitors of Waterton Glacier National Park in Alberta, Canada. In the morning you can expect a fresh pot of coffee, tea, juice and our world famous muffins with local Saskatoon Berry jam to set you on your way to an adventurous day!
With 9 rooms this cozy lodge is nestled against the mountain and close to the sounds of Cameron Falls. From your window the sounds of the falls will lull you to sleep at night and to ensure a restful sleep we line dry our sheets on the line for that fresh mountain feel and iron them with lavender water. Features include:
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in CAD Dollars).
"This is a wonderful place to land after a day hike or tour. The living room is very welcoming for reading, sitting by the fire (on cool nights), talking to other guests or watching a movie. The deck has a spectacular view and a nice place to barbecue dinner or just relax. The lodge is tucked into the mountainside, near the falls with very charming, comfortable rooms making for a great evening. It's a home away from home."
"When we discovered the Northland Lodge it was as if we'd found a secret passage to a land where the people were genuine - and where a few days' stay actually enhanced our experience of these magnificent national parks. We immediately felt at home here, and have returned again and again--since the mid-1980s. The lodge has become an integral part of our yearly vacation as well as the stories we tell afterwards."
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