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1 Master Suite with ensuite and TV
4 King Rooms (1 ensuite)
3 Queen Rooms
All Prepared with linens, bedding and towels
Surround Sound Theatre Room with 15' Projection Screen–with Xbox/Netflix/BluRays
Gym with Exercise Equipment
Arcade basketball, Pool Table, Air Hockey
Relaxing Spa Room with HydroMassage Table, Infrared Sauna and 2 Massage Chairs
2 sitting rooms with large TVs
Dance floor with multicolored in-floor lighting, disco light and projection wall
In house Bose surround sound stereo system
In floor radiant heating and Fresh Air Ventilation
Breakfast Bar with Stools
Separate Dining area to seat 12 People
Downstairs dining area and 2nd Fridge
5 Modern Baths including:
Modern Shower and wash facilities
2 Spa Baths
A 200 gallon Japanese soaker tub
Large open lawn space overlooking valley
Outdoor Seating Area with Fire-pit
2 Gas Barbecues
2 Balconies with stunning views
The Carbon Museum also known as the Farmers Exchange features a diverse array of Carbon and area artifacts. Featuring the “Murder Mystery”, which is a visual interpretation of the John Coward, unsolved murder, in Carbon during the height of the coal mining era. A heritage garden and a gift shop are also located in this historic building.
The towns and villages in the area provide many recreational opportunities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor and outdoor skating rinks, walking and biking trails, ball diamonds, curling rinks, and many parks and playgrounds. Golf courses in the area include Rosebud, Drumheller, Trochu, Three Hills and Acme.
If you're looking for a bit of history, in 35 minutes you can be in Drumheller which boasts a wealth of museums and historic sites where you can relive history. As the Dinosaur Capital of the World, Drumheller likes to live up to its reputation with a rich abundance of dinosaur fossils and is home to the world-renowned Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology.
Carbon is a vibrant community of 500 residents and growing. It lies in the belt of the Canadian Badlands, just 40 kilometers West of Drumheller and one hour from the Calgary airport. Carbon is known for its geographical beauty as visitors are left breathless as they come down the hill into the “Village in the Valley".
Carbon’s geographical situation is a prime spot for many tourists. From rolling hills to deep valleys and open fields, the area is very scenic and popular with photographers. Tourist attractions in the area include Dry Island Buffalo Jump, Horseshoe Canyon, Orkney Lookout Point, Bleriot Ferry area, Keiver’s Campground and Torrington Gopher Hole Museum. Kneehill County is part of the Canadian Badlands tourism group. The county borders the Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller and Rosebud Theatre in Wheatland County.
The Village of Carbon is located in the picturesque Kneehills Creek Valley with paved, quiet streets. Located within a half hour’s drive to nearby Three Hills or Drumheller.