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This was the second time I stayed in one of the old heritage cabins during the last 7 years. The property is on a small street very close to the main street. It is a quiet place. The Lynx cabin is very cosy, even if...More
These gorgeous little cabins were a great place to stay in Banff. We stayed 1 night in Elk and 2 nights in Bear and they were both great. Lloyd and Laura were excellent hosts and offered great snacks and breakfast essentials. The accomodation was very...More
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Response from katrin745, Owner at Banff Beaver CabinsResponded 18 May 2017
Thank you for your positive review. We are glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay.
If you are planning on returning to Beaver Cabins in the future, please note that it is no longer operated as a Bed & Breakfast. As all 6 cabins...More
My partner and myself stayed at Banff Beaver Cabins in the Elk Cabin for three nights in June. The accommodation was just as stated online, spacious, quirky and clean. The Elk had a lovely living area with kitchen and two bedrooms so we used one...More
We stayed in the Fox Cabin. 'We' being 4 adult women. It was very clean... but as 4 women we found it a bit small. Just one bathroom... but I should have known better when booking it. Kitchen is tiny... but had most of what...More
We really enjoyed our 2 night stay in the Elk cabin! It was a change from several nights spent in a hotel. There is more space and the decor is unique and interesting. The owner provided us with tasty granola upon arrival. She also offered...More
The closest campground is Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds, which is a 10min drive from the cabins. If you do want your friends to be really close to the campsite, I would recommending Douglas Fir Resort, Tunnel Mountain Resort... More
The closest campground is Tunnel Mountain Campgrounds, which is a 10min drive from the cabins. If you do want your friends to be really close to the campsite, I would recommending Douglas Fir Resort, Tunnel Mountain Resort or Buffalo Mountain Lodge.