Originally built before the turn of the century as a log cabin. A finishing carpenter named Henry Haut who emigrated from Belgium, purchased the log home from Joseph Young, the man sent from Utah to help set up the Mormon settlement of Alberta. From 1913 to 1929 Henry Haut encased the building with river rocks and finished the inside of the home with exotic hardwood, cobblestone fireplaces, and Italian stained glass. Standing in graceful elegance amongst the backdrop of the rocky mountains, this unique property now serves as a Restaurant and Bed & Breakfast. The Cobblestone Manor has been designated as an Alberta Historical Resource and has been featured on National Geographic and other publications. The Restaurant is equipped to serve 90 guests, and the bed & breakfast has two separate suites. The manor provides the owners with a separate living suite with 2 bedrooms, ensuites, a dining room, and a living room with fireplace. Amazing opportunity awaits!