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Rooms had very old decor and I felt they needed to be deep cleaned. Beds were super soft. Had to seek out the owner. Did not see her until we did. This may be the cheapest place in town but you get what you pay...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our overnight stay here. The room was comfortable and the staff was very friendly, offering great advice for our travels into Canada. The town was the jewel of a trip that went 3800 miles, seven national parks, and two countries. We promised...More
My wife and I stayed 3 nights here and had a very enjoyable time. Our room, no. 4, was small but very clean and quiet. It had a small fridge with double bed, shower, toilet and free WiFi. The lodge has a lounge room with...More
Didn't realize it was a B&B type lodge, but it was a great location for a stay in Waterton. The staff was super friendly and helpful. You have to go down an alley-type road to get to the lodge but there is ample parking for...More
We changed our plans at the last minute and ended up there for one night. Our room was small but adequate-- there are nicer rooms, but we got what was left. It is a very small place, with every room different. Very friendly staff, and...More
US$107 - US$185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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From the photos I've seen of Northland Lodge, it looks like there are no regular curtains on the windows, only window decorations. Is this right and does it mean that the rooms are very light in the morning? Are there any blinds or other means of making the room dark for sleeping? Thanks for your answers. Trish.
21 October 2014|
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There are blinds and curtains on all the windows
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"AM sun in front, PM in back. Balcony is shared by all, and a grill.
Soup is extra, but well worth it."