Rest well in the upstairs St. Raes Room. It has a queen bed and is furnished with early American 1800s collectible antiques.
Enjoy writing at the plantation-style desk or the 1850’s Nova Scotia made table. Or relax reading your favourite book sitting in the lovely comfort of the wing-backed chair.
You can swing open the bedroom window to enjoy the view of 120+ year old spruce trees and feel like you are in the middle of the forest.
The cozy Scott Room features a vintage 1912 double bed frame, and a lovely back garden view from the second floor. The Scott Room is often booked together with the St. Raes room.
The St. Raes Room is named after the prominent builder who built this and many of the custom Arts and Crafts homes in Calgary between 1911 and 1912.
The Scott Room is named after Mr Scott, a businessman who was a Toledo Scales agent in western Canada. He was the first owner of the Craftsman House from 1912 – 1928.