Built with logs and local river rocks, rare hardwoods and intricately designed stained glass by a young Belgian carpenter, this beautiful old house was one of the original homes built in Cardston. Legend has it the young carpenter, Henry Hoët, painstakingly built this home for a sweetheart who, sadly, never moved to Canada to become Hoët’s bride. Today this Alberta Historic Site is lovingly preserved and is open to the public to enjoy fine dining as well as bed and breakfast accommodations.
Located in Cardston, Alberta, the Cobblestone Manor is only a 30 minute drive from Waterton Lakes National Park.
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