281 2 St W, Drumheller, AB T0J 0Y0, Canada
281 2 Street West Drumheller AB
Sunday Open 24 hours
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Taste The Past Bed and Breakfast, Drumheller, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
Taste The Past Bed and Breakfast, Drumheller, Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Your home away from home in the Drumheller Valley
Kevin Dunbar said 3 years ago
Great little hideaway in Drumheller right downtown. The owners go out of their way to ensure you are comfortable and ensure all your needs are met. Cosy and familiar!
Jennie L said 3 years ago
Chrissa Hunt said 7 years ago
My husband and I stayed here this weekend during Dinofest in Drumheller and we had such a wonderful experience. Our hosts, Lynne and Mike were so warm and friendly that we felt right at home staying with them. The breakfast was amazing both days and everything was so fresh and tasty. Lynne's English scones were the best we've had and Mike's baked tomatoes just melted in our mouths. It was also a great pleasure to sit and chat with the other guests over breakfast and it made our time there more memorable. The house and yard are well kept and inviting, the decor of our room was beautiful and the common room has a classic charm that made me want to linger there. Even though it is right on the highway, it was a nice quiet place and so conveniently within walking distance of the downtown, and all the Dinofest activities we attended. I highly recommend staying at Taste of the Past if you are visiting Drumheller. I know we will return next time!
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