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Wild Rose Party leader Danielle Smith was the guest of honour at a private fundraiser held Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at Heartwood Inn & Spa, Drumheller, AB.
When old man winter settles it's the perfect time to snuggle up with your special someone, sip on a favourite wine and indulge in the creamy goodness of a cheese fondue. If you can't make it to our Inns and small hotels in Alberta, then here are some tips on making the perfect fondue at home.
Escape the urban grind this winter with a getaway to one of Canada's best backcountry lodges. Only a 2-hour drive from Calgary, Alberta.
This holiday season, give your loved one the gift of time at one of twelve fantastic Charming Inns of Alberta. A vacation at a Charming Inn is the perfect opportunity to rejuvenate and recharge in a serene setting free from the stresses of everyday life.
You don't have to drive to the Rocky Mountains for skiing or outdoor activities when Alberta's Cypress Hills boast some of the best outdoor recreation in the province.
Old man winter is settling into the Canadian Rockies but the Juniper Bistro is heating things up with fantastic fall dining events in Banff.
West Coast inspired brunch with interactive cooking class and complimentary wine at the Heartwood Inn
Standing on the shores of Bow Lake and turning a slow pirouette, it’s easy to see why more than 100 years ago when the legendary Jimmy Simpson first cut a trail down to the lake he promised himself he’d build a shack there some day.
Our overnight at the Georgetown Inn was intended to be a romantic occasion, but for us, it was also a great escape from the city with the luxury of space - and a jet-tub for two. We stayed in the Victoria Room, a tribute to the long-reigning Queen of the same name often set aside for newlyweds and others with romance on their minds. A mountain of pillows on the king-size bed is the first thing I notice, then the antique furniture pieces, the vibrant colours on the wall, all creating a noble atmosphere with a humble country twist.
If you’re lounging on the veranda around 4 o’clock at Mt. Engadine Lodge, chances are you’ll get to spot Mooseaka, Nana Moosekouri or Moosealini bounding across the brilliant green meadow.
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