This quiet, modern bed and breakfast property is situated on the banks of the beautiful St Marys River.
Walk out your door to fly-fish or bike/hike the new Rails to Trails paved path.
When you are done for the day, relax on your patio, watch the eagles soar, prepare for the next day and sleep deep and restfully in the home-like B&B.
The property includes Mountain, River and Wild rooms. All rooms have:
St. Mary River B&B can accommodate families and groups.
Common room and kitchen also available.
Fishing shuttle service, airport p/u drop off is available.
No pets in rooms.
Within minutes, you can be golfing on one many golf courses the region has to offer or, in the winter, skiing at the Kimberley Alpine Resort. Enjoy the activities in nearby Kimberley, Cranbrook or Fort Steele. Hike one of many scenic trails or plan a mountain biking experience.
Located in nearby Cranbrook, is the Cranbrook History Centre & Trains Deluxe. This superb museum has a National Historic designation. It preserves the glory days of the railroad, with elaborately restored passenger cars including the sole remaining set from Canadian Pacific 1929 ‘Trans Canada Limited’. You can tour these vintage cars and take afternoon tea in the Argyle; a richly inlaid dining car.
And, minutes east of Cranbrook is Fort Steele Heritage Town, treat yourself to the experience of life in Fort Steele during the late 1800’s. This unique attraction is open year round (weather permitting) with varying levels of programming in effect from season to season. Cranbrook’s major events include a Children’s Festival in May, Sam Steele Days in June, Canada Day celebrations in July and the Cranbrook Pro Rodeo in August.