Meticulously constructed of logs and river rock over 39 years, beginning in 1889, Cardston's landmark Cobblestone Manor is now a refined restaurant, with bed and breakfast accommodation for out-of-towners.
Belgian finish carpenter Henry Hoet purchased the original log home in 1913 and began adding round cobblestones from local Lee Creek, as well finely detailed ceilings made of hardwood scraps recovered from the construction of Cardston's Alberta Temple, the focal point of Mormon life in the province.
Hoet, according to local lore, built the mansion in anticipation of bringing over his sweetheart from Belgium. But she never came, and the master craftsman died a bachelor.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Breakfast in the Cobblestone included with stay
$127 CAD/ night for one bedroom
$150 CAD/ night for two bedroom
$150 CAD/ night for whole apartment
Breakfast Style Served
Additional Services Available
The restaurant is open to public!
JULY - SEPTEMBER
Lunch: 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm Monday to Friday
Dinner: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Monday to Thursday
Buffet: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Friday and Saturday
OCTOBER - JULY
Lunch: 12:00 noon - 2:00 pm Monday - Friday
Buffet: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Every Friday and Saturday
$127 CAD/night one bedroom or two bedroom & $150 CAD/night whole apartment
In downtown Cardston, at 173, 7th Avenue West, east of Provincial Highway 2.