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This historic lodge was built and designed in 1928 by Louis Hill of the Great Northern Railway, the famous builder of The Prince of Wales Hotel along with many of the lodges built in Glacier National Park. Our hillside hideaway is located in the quiet part of Waterton nestled against the mountain and is a 5 minute walk to anywhere in town. Open your window and listen to the sound of the waterfalls all night or hang out on the large deck and watch the deer come off the mountain. And while it was undoubtedly the largest home in the park in 1928, it is small by today's standards. What we lack in size we make up for in hospitality. In the mornings we offer coffee, tea, juice and hot muffins with our famous Saskatoon Berry jam. A sit and sip to visit with other guests and learn about all the adventures available to you in Waterton Lakes National Park.
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408 Evergreen Ave, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta T0K 2M0 Canada
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We had the opportunity to stay in the Northland Lodge this past September and would absolutely recommend the lodge. From the comfort of the lodge, to the wonderful soup, pie and breakfast muffins it was the highlight of our trip. The staff was wonderful and...More
Our family spent a week at Northland Lodge in July 2017 while we explored the Waterton / Glacier National Parks area. Our boys (6 and 11) had a blast playing by the lake, fishing, bicycling, kayaking, hiking, horse back riding, and kite flying. (The latter...More
Spent two nights at the Northland Lodge while visiting the park. Enjoyed the proximity to town, as we were able to walk to restaurants and shops. The owner had lots of helpful tips, including the recommendation to rent bike's at Pat's. This turned out to...More
Historic lodge with a relaxing atmosphere. wonderful beds and quaint rooms with old world charm. great to gather in the mornings for coffee and fresh hot muffins and chat with other guests from all parts of the world. For a lodge built in 1928 the...More
We stayed at the Northland Lodge for 3-nights in late-Sep ($197). The lodge was located SW of the village just past Cameron Falls. It was set on a bench at the base of the steep mountains, and was probably the accommodation most distant from the...More