Designed in the early 1930's by Alberta's Provincial Architect, Richard Blakey, for the Loggie family, Miramichi House is 1 1/2 blocks off Main Street in Fairview. It is a modest version of the Loggies' grand family home, also called Miramichi House (now a museum in Chatham, New Brunswick).
Historic Craftsman style home with 10 foot ceilings, original fir floors throughout, and the original brick fireplace in the living room. Located in in a friendly northern Alberta town.
Disponible para huéspedes
All of the main floor is for guest use. There are two bathrooms; one on the main floor, and one on the second floor, where the bedrooms are located. The third floor attic is for private use of the homeowner.
Atención a los huéspedes
Host to Home Routes concerts Sept, Oct, Nov, Feb, Mar & April. Big Horn circuit. A light breakfast can be supplied, with gluten-free options available.
Otros aspectos destacables
There is a friendly, well behaved Portuguese Water Dog in residence.
This is a non-smoking, scent-free home.