We stayed here August long weekend and I was very disappointed. We got into our room to find out there is no Air conditioning and only a fan to cool off the room. I asked if we could get a second fan because.my son was...More
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Where do I start? How about the decrepit and poorly maintained and cleaned bathrooms, or maybe the absurdly overpriced roast beef sandwich which was two slices of stale bread surrounding a single limp lettuce leaf and a meagre portion of some mystery meat which could...More
My wife and I had the "famous" Three Valley Gap Burger with fries. The burger comes with a fried egg inside among a full garden of vegetables. The burger was so thick with all the toppings it was nearly impossible to eat like a regular...More
Very friendly and courteous staff . Clean , good coffee. Two dinners and a breakfast here and all were quite nice . How a family diner should be .
This is a fine place to stop and take a breather for Trans Canada Highway travellers. It seems to be all one business, but at this location, there's a Ghost Town to explore, a hotel operation, gift shop, and a good restaurant. I've stopped here...More
I was very hesitant at first about this place. There was a sign saying short staffed, so I though we would be there forever. It was slow, yes, but we got our food. And it was worth the wait. best breakfast I had the whole...More
It was a nice stop to get a bite to eat and admire the beauty here. We walked around the gardens and watched many hummingbirds feeding at the lovely flowers. Staff were friendly and welcoming.
This is an ok place to go and see. Attached to the ghost town. Restaurant inside is ok. Not dog friendly which is a shame.
For many years, I (like so many) drove by this great gem in the Rockies. Finally I made a point of stopping....best decision! Weather wasn't very cooperative, but even that didn't dampen my enthusiasm. The staff are delightful with a fresh, enthusiastic attitude. Rooms are...More