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Dreamwoods B & B
PO Box 896 Coleman, Alberta
Coleman, Alberta

Just a few minutes north of Highway 3 in Coleman you will find Dreamwoods Bed and Breakfast, in a secluded park-like setting. Whether it be an overnight stay, a romantic get-away, a weekend or a family vacation, we invite you to enjoy the stillness of the forest, the fresh mountain air and a good night's rest. Enjoy a full range of summer and winter recreational activities, historical sites, charming gift shops and enticing cafes and restaurants. Or just take in the beautiful mountain scenery, relax on a log bench, take a stroll through the woods and end your day with an evening campfire. Wake up when you please and enjoy a healthy continental breakfast smorg. Comments from our guests: Thank you for the ''5-star '' hospitality. Truly a ''peace '' of heaven on earth. (Ulrike and Norm) Quiet, tasteful and friendly. A wonderful place to stay. (John Acorn "The Nature Nut") One the best B & Bs we have stayed at and we have B&B'd across Canada. (Bert and Betty) Excellent, clean, etc! Every little amenity thought out and provided. Thanks sooo much (Diana)

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What is there to do in the Crowsnest passé The Crowsnest pass is a hub for recreational and historical activities in southwestern Alberta. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains it offers a wide range of both summer and winter activities. Amid spectacular mountain scenery you will find an 18-hole, par 73 golf course. The Crowsnest River is rated one of the finest spots in the world for fly-fishing. The surrounding mountains offer great hiking, caving, mountain biking, horseback riding, quading, and dirt biking. Winter fun comes in the form of snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing. The Crowsnest Pass has been named the best overall snowmobiling area in western Canada. There are over 30 kilometres of mapped trails for cross-country skiing and 1200 vertical feet of downhill skiing, including night skiing. Much history is found here: Canada's deadliest rockslide, where 90 million tons of rock broke away from the side of Turtle Mountain in 1903. Canada's worst underground mining disaster that killed 189 men in 1914. Visit the Crowsnest Museum to view exhibits depicting stories of bootlegging, murder and the story of the only women to be hanged in the Province of Alberta. Tour the Bellevue Underground Mine, Leitch Collieries, the Hillcrest Cemetery, and see the much photographed Burmis Tree.

Smoking Outside Only
No Handicap Accessibility
Pets Not Allowed

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