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The perfect Alberta foothills experience!

Country inn styled Bed and Breakfast accommodation just south of Calgary.

Located in the quiet residential town of Nanton, Alberta. Changing Seasons bed and breakfast is a peaceful year-round getaway. After a day of outdoor adventures of visiting local sites, cycle touring, horseback riding, or golfing there is nothing better than relaxing on the patio or by our fireplace.

We are perfectly situated to be easy driving distance to many famous tourist attractions such as Banff National Park, Kananaskis country, Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump, Waterton National Park and Dinosaur Provincial Park. We are also close to Calgary and its airport, Fort MacLeod and Lethbridge for day trips while returning to relaxing evenings in the country.

Or stay with us for:

  • Weddings and reunions
  • Visiting family in Nanton
  • Visiting local attractions (i.e. Bomber Command Museum, Golfing and the Antique Walk)
  • Sporting events (i.e. curling bondspiels, hockey tournaments, etc)
  • Workshops (i.e. quilting, baking, brewing, cheese making etc.)
  • Artist and musician retreats

Our purpose built bed and breakfast has comfortable contemporary season themed guest rooms (doubles and family). 

Included in your stay you will be treated to:

  • A choice of hot or cold breakfast with freshly baked breads 
  • Wheelchair accessible accommodation and washrooms on the ground floor
  • Free Wi-Fi internet and on site parking
  • Private en-suite bathrooms
  • Complimentary tea and coffee
  • Personalized trip routes to explore our amazing Alberta foothills

In the evenings join us for some homemade European cheeses, complementary craft beer and conversation. Or relax with a soothing foot massage from Carrie our professional reflexologist.

Book your stay at our Changing Seasons bed and breakfast and we will help you plan the perfect getaway!

Bicycle touring, hiking & canoeing in the foothills and the Rocky Mountains

The Changing Seasons Bed & Breakfast / Bed & Bike is located at the east end and the start of the picturesque Highway 533, a popular route for cyclists into the foothills to reach the scenic north-south highway 22 or access into the amazing Kananaskis country of the Alberta Rockies. For cyclists we can help with trip suggestions and bicycle repair.