The Attic Suite
Drumheller has an interesting history, and The Tyrannosaurus Rest B&B Drumheller has accompanied the town through growth and change for over a century.
In 1912, construction of the house was initiated by Jessie Gouge, owner of The Newcastle Mine, the first coal mine in the valley and the beginning of an industry that supported the area for decades to come. The Gouge family home for 27 years, and later a private residence for another 54, it was converted into a bed and breakfast in the early 1990’s.
Thirty years later, The Tyrannosaurus Rest B&B continues to offer guests comfort, unique design, history, good food, and just enough quirkiness and pampering to make your stay memorable.
We are centrally located and walking distance to much of what Drumheller has to offer, the house is the perfect base for valley explorers, families, and anyone visiting the area.
With four comfortable rooms with private baths, there is a space for every need. The quiet library, relaxing parlor, and inviting dining room, the porch and yard are all available for guest use.
Breakfast is a pampering experience that will fuel you for hours of exploration and discovery. You can relax on the swinging chairs on the porch or in the shaded yard between excursions. Experience the history of Drumheller combined with modern comforts during your visit to the valley.
The T-Rest is now offering their famous pies for take-home! Stop by and pick up yours for a treat you won’t forget.