Located at the edge of the city, it is great for those who want the convenience of the city amenities and the quiet feel of the countryside. It is near Anthony Henday and Yellowhead Trail where rush hour traffic is not a concern.
It is located in a cul-de-sac with friendly neighbours and next to the Lois Hole Provincial Park Big Lake. **Best method to get around is with a car**
There is an upstairs bedroom with a double bed and a shared (depending if other upstairs bedroom is also booked) full bathroom available for use.
Located in NW of Edmonton city limits in a new family-oriented community. Quiet, serene, and tucked away near Lois Hole Provincial Park Big Lake.
The house has an open space feel which makes it awesome for relaxation. It is situated in a great location to enjoy the outdoors without feeling too remote.
It has convenient access to St. Albert, Spruce Grove, and West Edmonton Mall and is easy to connect to other parts of Edmonton via Yellowhead Trail and Anthony Henday.
The house is about 30-35 mins away from the airport (not during rush hour).
Guest access to the entire house besides the master bedroom and bathroom.
There is access to Wi-Fi internet. TV with Apple TV and access to Netflix on the main floor.
Interaction with guests
I am available to help you during your stay. Airbnb message, call or text me. Please advise the reason for your stay for me to know the extent of interaction you are comfortable with.
Other things to note
The house is newly built and will have service men coming through to do touch-ups. There is also construction going on in the community. Construction noise level is at a minimum.
THE LINK HOUSE ADDRESS WILL BE PROVIDED IN YOUR EMAIL ONCE THE BOOKING IS CONFIRMED. YOUR GPS MAY NOT LOCATE THE ADDRESS AS THE HOUSE IS NEW. PLEASE USE (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) MAPS TO FIND THE PLACE.
Please!!! No sanitary napkins in the toilet.
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