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Elaine is a wonderful hostess and her home in cute little Field in the middle of the national park is just that - a cosy home that takes guests. Coyote's Den is the only b and b in Field - other than this property there...More
Elaine was a very welcoming host. She made us feel right at home in her cosy B&B on the top of the hill in Field. Both mornings we were served a delicious and varying breakfast (homemade quiche, fresh fruit, cheese and meat, ...) and had...More
We arrived late at night but our room was ready and we had an easy time getting settled. When we woke we have a lovely breakfast and they went outside to see the surroundings and we were blown away, MOUNTAINS touring over us and flowers...More
This lovely wooden cabin style home in the middle of the tiny town of Field is a home away from home. Elaine, our lovely host extends her heart to all her guests. Breakfast is different every day, coffee excellent. Our room was small but there's...More
Owner Elaine was welcoming and unpretentious, we immediately felt at ease in what is her cosy home with 3 bedrooms for guests. Elaine was interested in her guests and generously lent us books and maps and shared her considerable knowledge of the hikes and sights,...More
We are not the owners of Coyote's Den, just some satisfied previous guests. It's a good base for walks around Yoho National Park, including the Burgess Shale, Emerald Lake and Takakaw Falls areas. Contact Elaine the owner.
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"There is one larger room which has an interconnecting door to the bathroom"