Our large comfortable room with attached jacuzzi tub is located right in the centre of town. From here you can walk to parks, river trails, fitness facility, restaurants and bars.
We are located on gallery row where most shops are located.
Your private room is in our loft type home above an Art Gallery. 26 stairs take you up to your private room with adjoining bathroom and jetted tub and hand shower. Great to relax in after your day in the badlands.
Guest can expect a quiet stay as this room is in the centre of the building with little to no street noise.
Pet alert: we have a house cat
We are located in heart of downtown on Gallery Row. Within 2 blocks, there are restaurants, movie theatre, gift shops, convenience stores, hair salons and pharmacies. Our new Badlands Community Facility with gym, coffee shop and banquet rooms is just 3 blocks away.
You will be staying in a 1920's building called the Newcastle Block. It was built by the miners and used as offices for the Newcastle Coal Mine under the direction of Jessie Gouge.
You will be sleeping on a Queen Size Murphy Bed in a large private room, with space for yoga, exercise or just hanging out.
Free on street parking right in front of the building.
Guests are welcome to use our kitchen as long as they clean up after themselves. Coffee supplies and a coffee maker are available in your room.
We are present during guest's stay and can interact as much or as little as required.
There are too many things to mention, but we will be pleased to give you ideas once you arrive.
For children, you must bring a sleeping mat as there is only one queen size bed in the room. We do have a cat, but if you keep your door closed, she will not bother you.
You can park in front of the building on the street.
Please leave our place as you found it. Quiet after 11 pm.
We are two small town artists(visual and performing) who love sharing our love of the arts with others. We love Drumheller and look forward to sharing all of the wonderful things that are available for our guests to experience. I love skiing and as a semi retired senior now ski for over 1 month every winter. I also paint watercolours and am learning to play the ukulele. My husband Mike is a motorcycle enthusiast and rides the valley and can tell you about the unique areas around Drumheller. He is looking forward to retirement when he can rebuild motorcycles full time.