The accommodation consists of a collection of six cosy cabins and two spacious private lodges that meander along the riverbank. They are built from authentic timber allowing them to blend in seamlessly into the Rocky Mountains surroundings. They each retain their 1940s board and chink bones but have been redesigned with en-suite bathrooms and personal steam showers. The beautiful furnishings include an international blend of Moroccan rugs and Indian block-printed pillows with vintage finds, such as hickory wood rocking chairs and antler-framed mirrors.
The atmospheric central lounge houses a horseshoe-shaped bar and the indoor-outdoor restaurant offers multi-course menus that showcase locally sourced ingredients from the Rocky Mountains’ local farms. Breakfast includes a variety of freshly-baked bread and fresh fruit served to you on individual boards. Lunch is served at the property or in the field depending on your preference, while every night entertains a different dining experience with custom dishes provided by the culinary team.
Taylor River Lodge has all the amenities to allow you to relax and unwind at the end of each day’s adventures. The Bath House features a saltwater pool, stone steam room, sauna, and hot tub. There is also a full menu of rejuvenating spa treatments for a truly relaxing experience. The gym is equipped with ellipticals, Peloton, free weights, pilates reformer, yoga mats, blocks, and straps. The main lodge boasts indoor and outdoor log fires with plenty of space to lose yourself in a book or gaze into the wilderness. Also featured is a fully kitted out games room with table tennis, darts, pool, and foosball table, great to keep the children entertained.