A Banff Boutique Inn - Pension Tannenhof
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We are not B&B people and normally stay in hotels. We have had some less than satisfactory experiences in B&Bs previously.
When we looked at Banff and originally booked at 2 night stay, the Banff Boutique Inn looked OK and ticked the boxes that we needed while we were travelling for 5 weeks: Breakfast Included, Free WiFi, Parking, Close to amenities.
We got all of this and more...
At short notice we cancelled the jasper leg of our trip due to inclement weather and they were able to fit us in for 4 nights.
We stayed in a one bedroom apartment in the coachouse and had a great time.
The breakfast is basic but plenitful and like so many other places we have stayed at, you have to be inventive with your brekky combinations. I reality there are more options than we would normally have at home.
The owners and the staff were very helpful and took the time to give us advice, hints and tips for the local area and also nearby areas such as Johnston Falls and even Lake Louise.
We would stay there again and recommend this to others staying in Banff.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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