- Miles FI highly recommend this place!!! Great owners and amazing rooms. Super clean and very quiet. Ensure you say hi to the friendly yard cat Oscar.
- Md RAwesome place to stay! Nice and quiet place! Relaxation at its best!😍😍
- Emily MBeautiful spot
This custom luxurious engineered log mansion is a one of a kind and a
must to see on your travels. We have 3 impeccably clean beautiful suites for rent.
This master piece boosts 14 foot high ceilings, custom woodwork throughout, and
truly is a work of art.
This home is eco-friendly, earth friendly, allergy free, and has a feeling of comfort and peace. Each luxurious suite has its own bathroom!
Join us for a night or an extended stay. We are excited to meet you!
Directions - 17 km west of Edson or 59 km East of Hinton turn south off Highway 16 onto Range Road 194
(DO NOT TURN INTO MILLERS LAKE)
Drive just (EXACTLY) 1.8km and we are on the right.
If you are NOT at a large round log mansion, you are at the wrong place. Please call us and we will guide you here!
It's a dual drive way so please stay to the left. We ask guest please park on the right hand side of the big house and back in if possible.
No shoes, pets, or other things in the house that could damage our wood floors.
There are many beautiful trails to explore on and around the property.
We will provide to you pamphlets with information about Jasper, Edson,
and Alberta when you arrive. Here are a few things to get your started about
Edson and the must sees for Jasper.
Jasper http://www.jasper.travel/ My Top 5 picks for things to do 1. Sky Tram 2. Maligne Canyon 3. Athabasca Falls 4. Sky Walk/Ice Fields 5. Hot Springs Feel free to let us know if we can help you plan your vacation in any other way.
This is a website with the current events happening in and around Edson. http://www.edson.ca/residents/community-events-calendar Dream catcher Golf Course - a beautiful 9 hole golf course just 3 minutes away. Galloway Station Museum and Travel Centre - a special museum and travel centre that will be sure to keep you entertained for a couple hours. The Galloway Station Museum & Travel Centre is the obvious place to start any visit to Edson. It’s clearly visible from the Yellowhead Highway and is located in a park, which means lots of room to stretch legs and eat lunch. Helpful staff and free Wi-Fi will also appeal to those looking for information. The museum is also a very worthwhile visit. A number of interactive exhibits such as a full-sized trapper’s cabin give life to the history of the area and to the old station building that is now over 100 years old. Edson has a bit of a checkered history, including the first aerial police chase in Canada landing in the town. Regardless, it all started with the railway and Edson received its first passenger train in 1910. The Coal Branch Railway was one of the first railways in Western Canada, with growth fueled by coal mining in the area. Today you can visit the often-abandoned sites, giving you an idea of the past. A good side trip takes visitors west to the Brule Sand Dunes where remnants of railroad can be seen after the segment closed due to blowing sand. The languished ties and rails lend an eerie whisper of the past to those with an interest in the railway. Bench Creek Brewing - a microbrewery minutes from Edson with excellent beer. Kinsmen Spray Park - this is a park where kids families can hang out and play in the water. (Repsol Place has a pool with huge water slide) Nova Theatre - If you are into watching a movie. The Theater has some afternoon shows and has a viewing every evening. Edson Golf Course - 18 hole beautiful Golf Course. Wilmore Park - picnic, hiking and biking trails. Edson has more outdoor opportunities than you can shake a stick at. Hikers will have nearly limitless options with the hoodoos at Sundance Provincial Park/or Wilmore being a particular favorite. Horseback riding is another fun activity in the area. Red Brick School - One of Edson’s oldest buildings. The beautiful old school building now hosts arts and culture performances and houses a gift shop. If you’re just stopping by be sure to check out the 1920s classroom and the local art gallery that showcases rotating art shows. Fishing Lakes - Millers, just 2 minutes away, Fickle and various streams and the McLeod River.