rocking r hitch’n post cabin

The Hitch’n Post Cabin offers cozy accommodations for two. In the evening you can enjoy a glass of wine or a cup of cowboy coffee while sitting in front of a wood burning fireplace before you tuck yourselves into layers of exquisite linens atop the most comfortable of beds.

 

The cabin has a large bathroom and access to our Spa Facilities. In the summer you can enjoy a two-course breakfast served on your private deck and in the winter it will be served to you in the comfort of your cabin. The cabin is equipped with a fridge, a microwave, a coffee-maker and a BBQ so pick up a few items at the local grocery store and you’ll never want to leave!

amenities

  • Queen sized bed with luxurious linens
  • Large bathroom with walk-in shower for two and hair dryer
  • Snack kitchen with microwave, fridge, toaster & coffee maker
  • Covered private deck overlooking the Rocky Mountains and Eagle Lake
  • Complimentary coffee and tea
  • Free wireless internet in your cabin
  • TV with DVD and CD capability
  • Complimentary robes and slippers
  • Massage services in the privacy of your cabin
  • Wood burning fireplace
  • Outdoor fire pit
  • Gas BBQ
  • Parking in front of your cabin

rates

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    Nightly
    Weekly

  • Low Season 2016
    Oct 1- Apr 30
    $249.00
    $1,299.00
  • Summer 2016
    May 1- Sep 30
    $299.00
    $1,599.00

Minimum 2 night stay, weekly rates based on 6 nights & 7 days
All prices are based on double occupancy
Above rates include a gourmet breakfast delivered to the cabin daily
Additional people are welcome: children $20 and adults $25 each
Please call ahead for children under 15
Rates subject to Canadian GST tax of 5%

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certificate of excellence

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