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The Glass House B&B
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Reviewed July 12, 2012

The Glass House is a lovely modern looking building and the location is fantastic being only 10 minutes from the centre of town. The room was large with all the amenities you would expect.

The breakfast was bountiful and tasty. The hosts were very helpful and provided some great recommendations for place to visit and restaurants to eat in.

All in all - an excellent stay.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Cheepak
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

This was the perfect place to stay in Jasper. Not just because of the fabulous breakfasts. We were lucky to have 3 nights here which meant 3 fantastic breakfasts of freshly baked bread, muffins and loaves to complement the beautiful fresh fruit and yoghurt. Perfectly situated a short walk into town. We stayed in the Garden room which was very comfortable. Toby and Jill are wonderful hosts who have lived in Jasper for years so had lots of local knowledge. We thoroughly enjoyed their wonderful hospitality and only regretted we couldn't stay longer.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Melb1105
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

We have just spent 3 nights at The Glasshouse where we had a wonderful stay. We stayed in The Loft room which, while on the face of it lacks privacy, once you actually get used to it and realise that you won't get disturbed and actually it is a brilliant room with incredible amenities. More than that the hospitality of Tobi and her mother Jill was over and above anything you would expect. Finally a review of The Glasshouse isn't complete without mentioning the amazing breakfasts and the best bit is that Tobi always makes too much and you get a paper bag to take it away and have it for lunch, we didn't need to buy lunch any day that we were there. This place is highly recommended, don't stay anywhere else.

Room Tip: We stayed in the Loft room which was great but I think all the rooms are of the same standard just different sizes
  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank Simon S
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

We stayed 2 nights in the garden room as party of our honeymoon. Having read other reviews on trip advisor this was the only room we were really interested in, as the bathroom situation in the solarium put us off and the loft being open to the living room was a massive put off for us. The garden room was lovely, very clean, comfortable with tea and coffee making facilities. The location is perfect only a short walk to main streets. Breakfast was fantastic, fresh fruit, fresh juices, tea, coffee, yogurt, fresh bread and baking and a bag to take away left overs for lunch. We didn't need to buy lunch either day. Very friendly welcome, lots of advice on walks/restaurants etc. Only criticism is the bed which was really squeaky, even just lying in it seemed very loud! That made us a bit paranoid since Tobi and family are downstairs! A new bed in that room and it would be perfect! Forgot to mention bathroom great, good shower although did notice it lost pressure when there were other people using water. Overall I would recommend the garden room, the breakfast meant that it was good value for money as well as being a great base for exploring jasper and around.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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Thank MrsWheelan
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

We stayed for two nights on our way through from whistler to lake Louise. After a long 10 hour drive we were welcomed by Jill who was warm, accommodating and of course knowledgable about her beloved Jasper. The room we stayed in was the solarium and whilst it was compact it had an additional sitting room that was for our exclusive use. It was exceptionally clean and very well appointed, but if you're not entirely comfortable with your partner then the room may be a little confronting!
The breakfasts were just delicious and so unique. Tobi's cooking is to die for! The muffins and cinnamon scrolls were fresh baked and delivered warm to our able...so delectable! And the added touch of providing a paper bag to take your leftovers with you is brilliant, as the first day we finished our muffins and croissants off out at maligne lake. The second day we ate our muffins and cinnamon scrolls on the way to lake Louise looking at one of those beautiful mountains.
What a lovely time we had...thank you so so much.

Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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