An outdoor lovers paradise, from hikers & bikers to fisherman & skiers,,
- english, A little Dutch and French
About Alannah Sheriland
Dan and Alannah met in Calgary 31 years ago and have been together ever since. Originally from England, Alannah emigrated from Holland after working there for a year. Landing in Edmonton she stayed there for 3 years before moving south. Dan was raised in Morris Maitoba, moving to Winniipeg to attend Red River Collage where he studied Survey Tech. After graduation he moved to Calgary and several years later met the love of his life. Both Alanah and Dan loved the active life of hiking, biking, skiing and the other interests they had in common. After Alannah became environmentally sick they moved to The Crowsnest Pass away from the pollution of the city, and all the chemicals that spilled out of buildings and off people. From being a prisoner in her home she is now able to get out and about again enjoying the outdoor life that they love. Their home was too big for them so they started a B&B that was safe for others with environmental sickness, Alannah has been in several work places where care and customer service have been paramount and she brings this into all of her endevours. Dan is the rock behind her, and supports her while he continues his career at home. Since moving to The Pass, Alannah has been an active volunteer as a Chamber of Commerce Director, imputting data at the museum, sitting on different boards and is an active member of the local pottery club.
Alannah Sheriland purchased this Cabin in 2002
Why Alannah Sheriland chose Coleman
We offer our guests a comfortable escape from the city in the mountains. Surrounded by nature, this is a perfect retreat or base to explore the area from. Fully equipped, we offer guests the comforts of home. The kitchenette is well stocked with the basics that guests should need, from coffee and cooking oil to bed and bath linens. The patio is a fence, private oasis and has a BBQ only for the guests who stay here. This is a favourite of many of our guests, and although we are new to VROB we have welcomed guests for over 15 years. Check out our other great properties. 1023210 and 1023216. They are all very close together and to our B&B.
What makes this Cabin unique
We enjoy helping guests make the most of their stay, from suggesting hikes, places to visit or any thing that makes their trip memorable, and if we can help them stop at places they did not know existed, or avoiding things that we do not think they will enjoy.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
Guests are responsible for closing the gates, if the gates are not closed and the deer get come through them, this is cosidered (preventable) damage
Only registered guests and owners are allowed on the property after 11 pm. Failure to comply may result with immediate eviction without any refunds.
Guests are expected to keep noise to a minimum out of respect for our neighbouts. Failure to comply may result in immediate eviction without refund.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Historic mining community, over 110 years old, which attracted miners from all over the word. This area is steeped in history and has an opera, Filimena, written about the Rum Runners during prohibition.
Crowsnest has world class fly fishing and we attract fishermen from all over the world.
There are extensive hiking and biking trails and we have great books covering the hikes in the area, plus we love to help guests plan their stay so they get the most of it.
We are close to Waterton National Park (just over I hour south) and Glacier National Park (Montana, 1 1/2 hrs)
We border on the British Columbia border and close to Fernie a year round resort town.