Edmonton and Vicinity

 

Edmonton is the capital of Alberta. It is situated on the North Saskatchewan River, and is surrounded by some of the most fertile farmland on the prairies. The river valley is comprised of one urban park after another, giving Edmonton more parkland per capita than any other Canadian city. This is a green city, filled with lakes and ravines. It is easily explored on foot or bike, thanks in part to the Waskahegan Trail, which runs over 300 km through and around Edmonton.

There is much to do in Edmonton, which goes by the moniker "The festival City." More than thirty festivals fill the calendar throughout the year. The Local Heroes International Screen Festival is a fun way to spend a week in March; the Edmonton Chante celebrates French songs and culture, while the Improvaganza celebrates improvised comedy; Capital Ex (formerly Klondike Days) is a ten-day long goldrush celebration; and the Edmonton International Fringe Festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world (second only to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival). In short, if something sounds interesting, there is probably a festival for it in Edmonton, Alberta.

Yes, the Arts reign supreme in Edmonton. The downtown Arts District is built around Churchill Square, and is an area of concert halls, theatres and live music venues. In addition, there are over seventy museums in Edmonton, the largest and most impressive of which are the Royal Alberta Museum and the Art Gallery of Alberta.

Fort Edmonton Park is the largest Living History museum in Canada. Ride in horse-drawn carriages or a steam train. Speak with a fur trapper or an early settler to learn what life what like for them. See history brought to life.

Don''t forget to ask your Edmonton Bed and Breakfast innkeepers what they like to do in their hometown.

 


Ardmore

Muriel Creek Ranch House

Phone: 1-780-812-2561
Built in 2013 this Big Red Barn is located on the Muriel Creek Cattle Co. ranch. Designed from the ground up around the sun it produces more energy than it uses.
 
Extra Bed / Cot Available, Queen, 2 Queens in one room
Rates: $80.00 - $90.00 (double occupancy)

Beaumont

At Home Bed & Breakfast

Toll Free: 1-877-929-8320

May all who enter as Guests leave as Friends.


 
Extra Bed / Cot Available, Full (Double), Queen
Rates: Please call for rates

Edmonton

Antique Brass B&B

Phone: 1-780-435-1186

Separate entrance in quiet southside neighbourhood. Easily accessible to airport, downtown, WEM. Queen sized bed, adjacent bathroom with shower. Large private lounge with fireplace, TV, all decorated in antique decor. Private use of fridge and microwave.


 

Rates: $80.00 - $85.00 (double occupancy)
Whitewood Sands Bed & Breakfast  (Wabamun)

Phone: 1-780-892-3020

Beautiful lakeshore retreat on the North shore of lake Wabamun. Private 2 level B&B with a screened deck off level 2 and private deck on third level with a stunning view. Bring your boat and camera to enjoy the brillant sunsets and sunrises.


 
Queen
Rates: $90.00 - $120.00 (double occupancy)

Fort Saskatchewan

Prairie Sunset B&B

Toll Free: 1-866-997-0551

Prairie Sunset Bed and Breakfast has 3 guest rooms located on 80 acres of farmland minutes south of the city of Fort Saskatchewan - just 15 minutes to Sherwood Park and 20 minutes to Northlands in Edmonton. Friendly knowledgeable hosts and delicious breakfasts await you in your home away from home!


 
Extra Bed / Cot Available, Full (Double), King, Queen, Twin
Rates: $105.00 (double occupancy)

Lloydminster

Range Road 15 B&B

Phone: 1-780-871-2286

Comfortable convenient accommodation adjacent to the city of Lloydminster


 
Full (Double), Queen, Twin
Rates: $100.00 (double occupancy)

Stony Plain

Rare Gem Bed, Breakfast and Private Events

Phone: 1-780-963-7431

1910 Stony Plain heritage home restored to Victorian elegance and charm.


 
King, Queen, Twin
Rates: $115.00 - $145.00 (double occupancy)

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