About the property
- Chalet3700 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 5 nights
Cabin, 5 Bedrooms + Loft, 4 Baths, (Sleeps 13)
The Lodge at Fernie is a 3700 square foot custom built log chalet nestled in the Canadian Rockies at Fernie Alpine Resort.
The house is built of spruce logs in the Swedish style of log building. The 29 foot ceiling visible from the entry way highlights the complexity of the architecture. Massive log beams, hardwood floors, antique furnishings and cozy fireplaces combine with breathtaking views to create a rare combination of wilderness and comfort.
The lodge is within walking distance to ski lifts, bike trails, the Elk River and restaurants. The 80 foot deck accommodates an 8 person hot tub, a stainless steel gas BBQ, a 12 foot picnic table, plus patio tables. Steps from the deck lead to an outdoor fire pit surrounded by log benches and to a bridge crossing the small stream that meanders through the property. Moose and deer are occasionally seen from the back yard.
(For specifics regarding beds, kitchen, etc., see information below.)
35% non-refundable deposit due at time of booking. Balance due one month prior to check-in.
Keywords: Log House
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 18, 2018
Why Carol Roth chose Fernie
We had the lodge built for us in 1990/91. We love log homes so the decision to build log was easy. This was the same time that we became interested in antiques. Furnishing the lodge was fun!
What makes this Chalet unique
Skiing in the winter was what attracted us to the area. However, we find that we enjoy the summer as much as the winters. Hiking, golfing, mountain biking, huckleberry picking, playing on the river, fishing......There are so many options for activities.
Pool / Spa
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
We loved The Lodge at Fernie. It is beautiful and has everything you need! Perfect!
We enjoyed our time here and it was perfect for our family gathering. We were a three generation group and everyone loved staying here. The home is well appointed with everything we could possibly have needed for our stay. Full of character, this log home has beautiful antiques and you immediately feel at home. We enjoyed the many areas to gather and socialize, large dining area, kids table (perfect for eating and their crafts!), huge deck and hot tub, separate upper tv area, very comfortable beds, and the huge kitchen was a pleasure to cook in.
All sorts of extras that are wonderful for a group: extra fridge in garage, 2 ovens, lots of extra chairs/seating. The views are also exceptional!
Carol was also great to book with!
Awesome place to stay for ten guys for a week of skiing at Fernie!
There are lots of washrooms in the house. A great open layout on the main floor. Great alpine charm. Very comfortable. Nice large kitchen. We didn't do a lot at the house except eat and sleep, getting ready for another day of skiing! A great facility.
A log house nestled in the Rocky Mountains, antique and period furniture, a fireplace, leather couches........ I agree. The atmosphere is one of alpine charm! What our own family appreciates is that the lodge has lots of sleeping space as well as spacious living areas. The layout facilitates a feeling of togetherness.
Another wonderful week at the lodge in Fernie
This is such a beautiful log home. we have been coming back for years, and it never changes! the home is well looked after. It has everything you'd ever need in a vacation home.
We love the Lodge at Fernie, our kids look forward to staying there on our annual ski trip.
You couldn't ask for a more accommodating host. Thanks
My husband and I, our cleaning personnel & our maintenance man all do our best to keep our place in tip top shape. Wonderful renters who treat the place with care and respect help make our job so much easier. Thank you!
Wonderful cabin, in a wonderful location.
This property was absolutely outstanding, and I would highly recommend it to anyone staying in Fernie.
It is not near the centre of the resort, but it's very easy ski back and probably at 12 minute walk to the lifts (or a 2 min drive). The kitchen is very functional, beds are comfortable, and the property itself is very cosy. The owner very kindly arranged a midweek clean, which was done to very high standard. I would have absolutely no reservations in recommending this property.
Our guest is absolutely correct. Our property is not in the middle of the action and this is one of the reasons that we love the location. We are slightly removed from the hubbub of the resort, yet we have excellent access. We especially appreciate this in the summer when windows are open, people stay up later and sound travels.
The woman in charge of our cleaning used to work in healthcare and is very conscious of germs and the need for cleanliness. We are fortunate to have her working for us.
great mountain and house
Great house, lovely decor. Carol was terrific. The ski-in is very easy and with good snow can ski right into the driveway. We were dropped off each morning at the base but it would only be a 10 minute walk to the lift. Great mountain, people and terrain.
We are very fortunate. Our lodge is in a great location on a great mountain. If we are too lazy to walk to the lift, we all pile into the vehicle and drive up. Then everyone but the driver can ski home at his or her leisure.
Beautiful log cabin
Eleven of us had a great stay at this ski in/ski out cabin. It was super comfortable and we loved the furnishings. Would definitely recommend.
Comfy beds, a well stocked kitchen, cozy seating in front of the fireplaces, inviting antique furniture......... We assume that if we love it, our guests will love it, also.
Fernie Alpine Resort, in the Elk Valley at Fernie, British Columbia, is on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountain Trench. The trench is a chain of individual valleys over 1000 miles long, leaving a scar so distinctive it is visible from outer space. Extending from Flathead Lake, MT to the Liard Plain near the Yukon border, the Trench marks the western boundary of the Rocky Mountains. Nine rivers, including the Fraser and Columbia drain the Trench, most entering and leaving through canyons. Activities: ski, board, fish, hunt, golf, river raft, mountain bike, hike, ride horseback, birdwatch & nature tours............. The great outdoors!
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
A non refundable deposit of 35% is required in order to book. The balance is due one month prior to check in. December 15 - March 31, save $100/night if you book 5 or more nights. June 15 - September 6, save $100/night if you book 5 or more nights. Go to www.thelodgeatfernie.com for more information.