Tekarra Lodge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Highway 93A, 1 km south of Jasper, Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada

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Costs 30% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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    Rustic Charm with Modern Convience


    There are 6 different types of cabins available. I stayed in the Alberta Cabin which had a Queen bed with a pull out sofa bed, dining table for two, half size fridge, stove and dishes. The bathroom had a toilet, sink and shower stall.

    The shower stall was small and you bumped all your body parts as you showered. There is no way another person could fit in the tiny bathroom to get ready to even brush their teeth.

    Our fridge stopped working and we called for service and within 15 minutes there was the maintenance man with a whole new fridge for us.

    The service and housekeeping were great. They offer bike rentals and have a gift shop, but don't try to look for your favorite movie, there are no TV's in the cabins.

    Unique Quality: The view off the Ridge is spectacular. You look over the Ridge and can see where the Athabasca and Miette rivers join.

    Jasper is also the worlds second largest dark sky preserve.

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Jasper- advise needed for our honeymoon please

by emilynoakes

Hi there...

I'm going to Jasper for a week early September and was wandering if anyone could shed some light on our plans.

We dont want to stay in a big expensive hotel but we are on a honeymoon so want to stay somewhere romantic. We love camping, but obviously travelling from the uk we wont have any gear, so we were hoping to be able to stay in a lodge or cabin. We'd like to stay somewhere really romote and beautiful, maybe next to a river or lake. We dont want to be competing with large amounts of tourists. We love walking so to be somewhere with great walking trails or cycling trails would be nice.

Can anyone help? We dont mind travelling away from jasper to get away from the crowds.


RE: Jasper- advise needed for our honeymoon please

by spartan

Hi Emily,

We went to Jasper a few years ago and stayed at Pine Bungalow Cabins. Located on a riverside location (the beautiful Athabasca river is just outside your door), Pine Bungalows Features quiet cozy cabins in a pinewood setting. Approximately 1 mile from town (1/4 mile off Hwy. 16 in the beautiful Jasper National Park) are 81 cabins that have ample parking, kitchens, fireplaces, nice sized bathrooms and refridgerators. If you are lucky, you can get one of the cabins that face the Athabasca River. There are no phones or tv's in the room, but just peace and quiet (Prices: US$80-120). For more information, you can call them: (780) 852-3491 or check out their website: http://www.jasperadventures.com/index.htm



RE: Jasper- advise needed for our honeymoon please

by Camping_Girl


Good advice from Spartan. You may also want to have a look at Patricia Lake Bungalows, located on Patricia Lake. Other similar accommodations - outlying cabins-style places - are Tekarra Lodge, Alpine Village, Becker Chalets, Pyramid Lake Bungalows, Sunwapta Falls Resort and Jasper House Bungalows.

You will want to make reservations for Jasper as soon as possible - September is a quieter time, but it could still be busy enough that you might have trouble finding something suitable if you leave it too long.

Happy planning!


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 Tekarra Lodge

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Address: Highway 93A, 1 km south of Jasper, Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada