The Maligne Lake Chalet was constructed in 1927 by Major Fred Brewster (a member of the well-established Brewster family of Banff) and the Canadian National Railway. This building, constructed of peeled lodge pole pine provides an intimate setting for wedding gatherings of up to 80 people. A stunning feature of the hall, where Fred Brewster’s guests once dined and socialized, is its open-concept ceiling with an exposed massive log purlin beam, log rafters, pine shiplap decking and split field-stone fireplace.
This building has now been outfitted with today’s technology and provides audio-visual equipment required for a modern day wedding celebration right down to a discreetly positioned flat screen TV.
Maligne Lake Chalet dimensions
Dining Room 995 sq. feet
Veranda 675 sq. feet