Blackstone Bed & Breakfast Blackstone Lodge – front of B&B

A boutique Bed & Breakfast located in the new Montane neighbourhood of Fernie, next to trails and a 15-minute walk to Historic Downtown.

Rates from $99/night

Blackstone B&B is unique from a traditional bed and breakfast, offering three 400 sq ft king size bedrooms, each including a private dining area, lounge with fireplace and smart TV with Shaw cable, a private deck or patio, and large bathroom with walk-in shower And Game Judi Bola Online.  These beautiful rooms offer the amenities of a luxury hotel room but in a B&B atmosphere. Rooms include free internet with wifi and ethernet connection throughout. Bespoke coffee from Beanpod and Kimera on offer to guests.


All the B&B guests have free use of the infrared sauna and (bookable) outdoor wood heated cedar hot tub. The B&B is right on the montane trail network. In winter you can Nordic/cross-country ski, fat bike or snowshoe right the from the door, in summer mountain bike or hike.

We stayed in the wicker room which was perfect. We had a private bath and shower. The room had a TV w DVD player and sat cable. The room was perfect and I slept like I was in my own house.

I love the location of the B&B, it was centrally located to all shops and restaurants in Blackstone.

Would recommend this place to anyone and everyone I know as a perfect weekend getaway.

Two of the three rooms include breakfast and the third room is room only (no breakfast). Breakfast is delivered at a guest specified time in the morning to their door on a cart so they can enjoy breakfast in their own room with privacy.

We have a VIP priority program affiliated with Gearhub so all guests staying receive a discount of up to 35% on in-store purchases or rentals.









Happy Springtime from the Blackstone Valley!!

Birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution, the Blackstone River Valley, makes up the northern half of the smallest state, Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Encompassing nine cities and towns and 241 square miles in size, it is part of the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor, a unit of the National Park Service.

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Rich in culture, history and recreational activities, the Blackstone River Valley is undergoing a major rebirth, and at the heart of that revitalization, just as it was during the Industrial Revolution, is the Blackstone River.

A new century has prompted a return to the river’s past. As a millennium project Bandar Bola, the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council commissioned the Samuel Slater, a British built canal boat that’s the area’s new centerpiece for interpreting the heritage, culture, environment, and recreation of the Blackstone River Valley.

Named in honor of the father of the American Revolution, it’s a 40-foot boat that’s the only one of its kind plying American waters. It’s a reminder of the two decades, 1828 – 1848, when canal boats were a common sight on the river and the nearby canal. The Blackstone Canal linked Worcester, Mass., and Providence, RI, and was used to transport goods and passengers during the early stages of the region’s manufacturing growth. But by 1848, railroads replaced the canal and the old canal is now accessible in sections by walking paths and the Blackstone Valley Bikeway in Lincoln.

The Samuel Slater arrived at its permanent docking area at the Central Falls Landing in January of 2000 from the C.T. & P. Fox Boat Builders in Cambridgeshire, England. It can seat up to 12 for river tours and can be chartered for up to four as an overnight bed & breakfast.

Central Falls, bordering the suburban town of Cumberland, is a one-square-mile city that’s one of the most densely populated and diverse communities in Rhode Island. Visitors will see the Central Falls Landing area slowly evolve from the site of an old braided rug mill into an environmental education center where the public can learn about the ecology of the river.

Despite the urbanization, this section of the Blackstone River is one of the most scenic as it opens almost immediately to the north into a marsh area that’s a haven for abundant wildlife.