Nature at your doorstep
The closest vacation rentals to Waterton Lakes National Park.
Eileen and Bruce invite you to experience “nature on your doorstep” by staying on their 39-acre property with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains and wildlife pond.
Explore the beautiful landscape and view the incredible flowers and wildlife of Waterton Lake National Park and experience the Dark Sky at night.
Located 32.25 km south of Pincher Creek on Highway 6 and near the Montana, U.S. border.
Dungarvan Cottage and the Country Cabin both sleep up to 4 people. Each accommodation has fully equipped kitchens for you to prepare your own meals, dining and sitting areas with a video player, and a shower room. There are also picnic tables outside if you wish to bring your own small portable BBQ.
Queen bed and bunkbeds,
Panoramic view of Rocky Mountains.
Queen bed and two single twin beds.
Pet-friendly & corrals are available for your horses.
mid-September to mid-June
[$150 + $6 ATL + $7.50 GST]
mid-June to mid-September
[$200 + $8 ATL + $10 GST]
Rates per night inclusive of tax as of 2023.
Wifi is available on the deck of the main house.
A 2-night minimum stay and a deposit equal to the first night are required to confirm a booking.
[Deposits are refundable up to 2 weeks before arrival]
Payment is by E-transfer to
or in cash only on arrival.
Card payments are not accepted.
Waterton Lakes National Park
Clear lakes, thundering waterfalls, rainbow-coloured streams, colourful rocks and mountain vistas await hikers and sightseers.
The spectacular setting of Waterton Lakes National Park is home to a veritable bouquet of wildflowers including half of all wildflower species found in Alberta.
Waterton Lakes National Park holds the most wildlife diversity than any other national park in Canada. In fact, it is rare to not see mule deer, elk, big horn sheep or black bear.
On April 29, 1903, 110 million tonnes of rock crashed on the town of Frank. Get first-hand accounts of Canada's deadliest rockslide.
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park
Joined together since 1932 as the world’s first international peace park, Glacier National Park in Montana and Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta.
Remington Carriage Museum
The Remington Carriage Museum tells the story of horse-drawn transportation in North America.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site that preserves and interprets over 6,000 years of Plains Buffalo culture.
Museum of the NWMP
Fort Macleod was founded in 1874 with the arrival of the North West Mounted Police, led by Colonel James F. Macleod.
Highest and largest bridge in Canada. The Lethbridge Viaduct, commonly known as the High Level Bridge, was constructed between 1907-1909.
“Eileen and Bruce are very welcoming, friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the area. From the moment you arrive they feel more like old family friends than any hotel staff ever could.”
- Jan E.
"Our stay with Eileen and Bruce proved to be the finest stay we've ever experienced. They are gracious hosts who made us feel most welcome in their home. Don't miss the chance to stay in this special place!"
- Phyllis K.
Please let us know what days you wish to stay with us, and we will contact you to confirm availability. Thank you.