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All Countries > Canada > Ontario > Cochrane > Best Western Swan Castle Inn

Best Western Swan Castle Inn
189 Railway Street
Cochrane, ON P0L 1C0
Nightly Rates (104.05 - 187.31)   2 Star

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Property Description
The Best Western Swan Castle Inn offers you all the modern conveniences you would expect from a luxury hotel. Located near the Trans-Canada Highway in the heart of downtown Cochrane and close to a clear-water lake. The Best Western Swan Castle Inn is newly constructed, with spacious guest rooms and Business Class rooms, sauna and whirlpool and we offer a free continental breakfast. Enjoy the various attractions, such as the Polar Bear Express to the end of the rail line, museums, world-renown snowmobile trails, outdoor fishing and hunting and our brand new Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village. Both leisure and business travelers will find our multilingual hotel staff to be efficient, friendly and knowledgeable. Award Winning Chairman's Award 2001, 2002 and 2003.




Amenities
  • Fitness Center or Spa

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Television with Cable

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Free Local Telephone Calls

  • Free Parking

  • Elevators

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • Coffee Maker in Room


  • Room Information
  • SUITE-1 QUEEN BED,FIREPLACE,JACUZZI,2ND BD SOFABD,

  • * Suite-1 Queen Bed * Fireplace * Hot Tub * Second Bed Is A Sofabed * Oversized * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,DELUXE FURNISHINGS,CONTINENTAL BREAKF

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Deluxe Furnishings * Continental Breakfast
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,DLX FURNISHINGS,NO SMOKING,CONTINENTA

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Deluxe Furnishings * No Smoking * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,DELUXE FURNISHINGS,CONTINENTAL BREAKFA

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Deluxe Furnishings * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN BED,DLX FURNISHINGS,NO SMOKING,CONTINENTAL

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Deluxe Furnishings * No Smoking * Continental Breakfast
  • 1 QUEEN 1 DOUBLE,2ND BED SODABD,BUSINESS CLASSRM,N

  • * 1 Queen 1 Double * Second Bed Is A Sofabed * Business Classroom * No Smoking * Continental Breakfast

    Rate Disclaimer
    Indicative rates are a year round range for search purposes only. The entire range of rates may not be available during certain seasons, or other specified periods of time. Check for specific rate availability when making a reservation.

    Miscellaneous Information
  • Canadian Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 2:00 P.M. 

  • Check out time is 11:00 A.M. 

  • Time Zone is  Eastern Standard Time 

  • Opened in  April 30, 1998 

  • 39  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 


  • Guarantee Policy
    You must use a credit card to book online.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation policies vary from hotel to hotel. Most current and accurate cancellation policies will appear on your confirmed reservation notification.

  • Restaurants:

  • * Across the street from Station Inn, Canadian * mile from Spinning Wheel Restaurant, Italian steak/seafood * mile from Mandarin, Chinese * mile from J.R. Bar-B-Q Ranch, steaks/ribs
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from the main shopping street * .01 kilometer(s) from Commando Lake, beaches, swimming, trout fishing and visit our swans or feed the ducks * .01 kilometer(s) from Cochrane Pioneer and Railway Museum * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Museum, see some of the memorabilia that has been collected about this great hockey player born in Cochrane * .01 kilometer(s) from two banks and ATM banking machines * .01 kilometer(s) from Travel Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Car Rental Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Empire Theater, Where famous up-to-date movies are shown nightly * .01 kilometer(s) from Provincial Court House * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Arena, for hockey enthusiasts * 1 kilometer(s) from Norbord Industries, company * 1 kilometer(s) from Tembec Inc., company * 1 kilometer(s) from Chimo, The Polar Bear and town mascot where you can get your picture taken * 2 kilometer(s) from Lady Minto Hospital * 2 kilometer(s) from the brand new Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village * 2 kilometer(s) from Lee Golf Club, where you can take in 9 holes of golf * 2 kilometer(s) from Curling Club and cross country skiing * 10 kilometer(s) from Hunta Museum of Days Gone By * 10 kilometer(s) from Greenwater Park, For hiking on the nature trails and camping
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from the main shopping street * .01 kilometer(s) from Commando Lake, beaches, swimming, trout fishing and visit our swans or feed the ducks * .01 kilometer(s) from Cochrane Pioneer and Railway Museum * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Museum, see some of the memorabilia that has been collected about this great hockey player born in Cochrane * .01 kilometer(s) from two banks and ATM banking machines * .01 kilometer(s) from Travel Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Car Rental Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Empire Theater, Where famous up-to-date movies are shown nightly * .01 kilometer(s) from Provincial Court House * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Arena, for hockey enthusiasts * 1 kilometer(s) from Norbord Industries, company * 1 kilometer(s) from Tembec Inc., company * 1 kilometer(s) from Chimo, The Polar Bear and town mascot where you can get your picture taken * 2 kilometer(s) from Lady Minto Hospital * 2 kilometer(s) from the brand new Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village * 2 kilometer(s) from Lee Golf Club, where you can take in 9 holes of golf * 2 kilometer(s) from Curling Club and cross country skiing * 10 kilometer(s) from Hunta Museum of Days Gone By * 10 kilometer(s) from Greenwater Park, For hiking on the nature trails and camping
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from the main shopping street * .01 kilometer(s) from Commando Lake, beaches, swimming, trout fishing and visit our swans or feed the ducks * .01 kilometer(s) from Cochrane Pioneer and Railway Museum * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Museum, see some of the memorabilia that has been collected about this great hockey player born in Cochrane * .01 kilometer(s) from two banks and ATM banking machines * .01 kilometer(s) from Travel Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Car Rental Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Empire Theater, Where famous up-to-date movies are shown nightly * .01 kilometer(s) from Provincial Court House * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Arena, for hockey enthusiasts * 1 kilometer(s) from Norbord Industries, company * 1 kilometer(s) from Tembec Inc., company * 1 kilometer(s) from Chimo, The Polar Bear and town mascot where you can get your picture taken * 2 kilometer(s) from Lady Minto Hospital * 2 kilometer(s) from the brand new Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village * 2 kilometer(s) from Lee Golf Club, where you can take in 9 holes of golf * 2 kilometer(s) from Curling Club and cross country skiing * 10 kilometer(s) from Hunta Museum of Days Gone By * 10 kilometer(s) from Greenwater Park, For hiking on the nature trails and camping
  • Local Attractions:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from the main shopping street * .01 kilometer(s) from Commando Lake, beaches, swimming, trout fishing and visit our swans or feed the ducks * .01 kilometer(s) from Cochrane Pioneer and Railway Museum * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Museum, see some of the memorabilia that has been collected about this great hockey player born in Cochrane * .01 kilometer(s) from two banks and ATM banking machines * .01 kilometer(s) from Travel Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Car Rental Agency * .01 kilometer(s) from Empire Theater, Where famous up-to-date movies are shown nightly * .01 kilometer(s) from Provincial Court House * .01 kilometer(s) from Tim Horton Arena, for hockey enthusiasts * 1 kilometer(s) from Norbord Industries, company * 1 kilometer(s) from Tembec Inc., company * 1 kilometer(s) from Chimo, The Polar Bear and town mascot where you can get your picture taken * 2 kilometer(s) from Lady Minto Hospital * 2 kilometer(s) from the brand new Polar Bear Habitat & Heritage Village * 2 kilometer(s) from Lee Golf Club, where you can take in 9 holes of golf * 2 kilometer(s) from Curling Club and cross country skiing * 10 kilometer(s) from Hunta Museum of Days Gone By * 10 kilometer(s) from Greenwater Park, For hiking on the nature trails and camping
  • Local Events:

  • * Ride the World's #1 Snowmobile Trails which were designed for novice and expert riders. You can travel leisurely along wide, groomed trails or blaze your own trail through endless snow-filled country terrain. We have an extended winter season and heavy annual snowfall, so you are guaranteed to get snow. * Polar Bear Express runs from the last week of June to the long weekend of September. It is a train ride to Moosonee and Moose Factory, the Hudson Bay Company's main trading post in 1673. The ride mirrors the travels of the fur traders and the military strategist, Des Troyes, who conquered James Bay in 1686. * Cochrane Winter Carnival is held the second week of February every year. It is known as the longest running winter carnival in Northern Ontario. Come and chase the winter "blahs". Take part in the Polar Bear Dip where we simply cut a large hole in Lake Commando and dive right in! We have the Chimo fishing derby on Lake Commando, the pancake eating contest, wing-a-thon, talent show, dog pulls, snowmobile races, snow-putt challenges, horseshoe games. Take in the Chimo Bantam Hockey Tournament, attend the Police/Firefighters hockey "grudge" match, carry a torch in the Torchlight Parade and Bonfire. * Polar Bear Riders Poker Runs are held throughout the winter for snowmobile enthusiasts. The Polar Bear Riders Club was the winner of the 1995/96 Yamaha National Pride Cup for the Best Overall Snowmobile Club in all of Canada. Cochrane's trails are known as the World?s #1 Snowmobile Trails. * May Run Fishing Derby is held on the Victoria Day Weekend and the fishing season officially opens. There are countless fishing derbies with categories and prizes that encompass all you can catch. * Trug Drag is sponsored by the Cochrane Richelieu and is held annually. There are dances, kareoke night, and on Sunday, the trucks race up the hill from the bottom of 6th Avenue. * Summerfest is held during July 1st, festivities include children?s games and at night a large fireworks display. * Fall Fair is held at the end of August and includes produce displays, animal displays, pet show, auction, bake sale, craft displays, cow patty bingo, and music. During the spring and fall, anglers and hunters take to the hills and streams. In the summer months, Cochrane is renowned for walleye and pike fishing. One lake in our area boasts more trophy pike than any other lake in Canada, some of them weighing in at more than 20 pounds. Cochrane is also famous for its trophy moose and bear. You can also hunt for ruffed grouse, migrating ducks and Canadian geese.
  • Local Events:

  • * Ride the World's #1 Snowmobile Trails which were designed for novice and expert riders. You can travel leisurely along wide, groomed trails or blaze your own trail through endless snow-filled country terrain. We have an extended winter season and heavy annual snowfall, so you are guaranteed to get snow. * Polar Bear Express runs from the last week of June to the long weekend of September. It is a train ride to Moosonee and Moose Factory, the Hudson Bay Company's main trading post in 1673. The ride mirrors the travels of the fur traders and the military strategist, Des Troyes, who conquered James Bay in 1686. * Cochrane Winter Carnival is held the second week of February every year. It is known as the longest running winter carnival in Northern Ontario. Come and chase the winter "blahs". Take part in the Polar Bear Dip where we simply cut a large hole in Lake Commando and dive right in! We have the Chimo fishing derby on Lake Commando, the pancake eating contest, wing-a-thon, talent show, dog pulls, snowmobile races, snow-putt challenges, horseshoe games. Take in the Chimo Bantam Hockey Tournament, attend the Police/Firefighters hockey "grudge" match, carry a torch in the Torchlight Parade and Bonfire. * Polar Bear Riders Poker Runs are held throughout the winter for snowmobile enthusiasts. The Polar Bear Riders Club was the winner of the 1995/96 Yamaha National Pride Cup for the Best Overall Snowmobile Club in all of Canada. Cochrane's trails are known as the World?s #1 Snowmobile Trails. * May Run Fishing Derby is held on the Victoria Day Weekend and the fishing season officially opens. There are countless fishing derbies with categories and prizes that encompass all you can catch. * Trug Drag is sponsored by the Cochrane Richelieu and is held annually. There are dances, kareoke night, and on Sunday, the trucks race up the hill from the bottom of 6th Avenue. * Summerfest is held during July 1st, festivities include children?s games and at night a large fireworks display. * Fall Fair is held at the end of August and includes produce displays, animal displays, pet show, auction, bake sale, craft displays, cow patty bingo, and music. During the spring and fall, anglers and hunters take to the hills and streams. In the summer months, Cochrane is renowned for walleye and pike fishing. One lake in our area boasts more trophy pike than any other lake in Canada, some of them weighing in at more than 20 pounds. Cochrane is also famous for its trophy moose and bear. You can also hunt for ruffed grouse, migrating ducks and Canadian geese.
  • Local Events:

  • * Ride the World's #1 Snowmobile Trails which were designed for novice and expert riders. You can travel leisurely along wide, groomed trails or blaze your own trail through endless snow-filled country terrain. We have an extended winter season and heavy annual snowfall, so you are guaranteed to get snow. * Polar Bear Express runs from the last week of June to the long weekend of September. It is a train ride to Moosonee and Moose Factory, the Hudson Bay Company's main trading post in 1673. The ride mirrors the travels of the fur traders and the military strategist, Des Troyes, who conquered James Bay in 1686. * Cochrane Winter Carnival is held the second week of February every year. It is known as the longest running winter carnival in Northern Ontario. Come and chase the winter "blahs". Take part in the Polar Bear Dip where we simply cut a large hole in Lake Commando and dive right in! We have the Chimo fishing derby on Lake Commando, the pancake eating contest, wing-a-thon, talent show, dog pulls, snowmobile races, snow-putt challenges, horseshoe games. Take in the Chimo Bantam Hockey Tournament, attend the Police/Firefighters hockey "grudge" match, carry a torch in the Torchlight Parade and Bonfire. * Polar Bear Riders Poker Runs are held throughout the winter for snowmobile enthusiasts. The Polar Bear Riders Club was the winner of the 1995/96 Yamaha National Pride Cup for the Best Overall Snowmobile Club in all of Canada. Cochrane's trails are known as the World?s #1 Snowmobile Trails. * May Run Fishing Derby is held on the Victoria Day Weekend and the fishing season officially opens. There are countless fishing derbies with categories and prizes that encompass all you can catch. * Trug Drag is sponsored by the Cochrane Richelieu and is held annually. There are dances, kareoke night, and on Sunday, the trucks race up the hill from the bottom of 6th Avenue. * Summerfest is held during July 1st, festivities include children?s games and at night a large fireworks display. * Fall Fair is held at the end of August and includes produce displays, animal displays, pet show, auction, bake sale, craft displays, cow patty bingo, and music. During the spring and fall, anglers and hunters take to the hills and streams. In the summer months, Cochrane is renowned for walleye and pike fishing. One lake in our area boasts more trophy pike than any other lake in Canada, some of them weighing in at more than 20 pounds. Cochrane is also famous for its trophy moose and bear. You can also hunt for ruffed grouse, migrating ducks and Canadian geese.
  • Local Events:

  • * Ride the World's #1 Snowmobile Trails which were designed for novice and expert riders. You can travel leisurely along wide, groomed trails or blaze your own trail through endless snow-filled country terrain. We have an extended winter season and heavy annual snowfall, so you are guaranteed to get snow. * Polar Bear Express runs from the last week of June to the long weekend of September. It is a train ride to Moosonee and Moose Factory, the Hudson Bay Company's main trading post in 1673. The ride mirrors the travels of the fur traders and the military strategist, Des Troyes, who conquered James Bay in 1686. * Cochrane Winter Carnival is held the second week of February every year. It is known as the longest running winter carnival in Northern Ontario. Come and chase the winter "blahs". Take part in the Polar Bear Dip where we simply cut a large hole in Lake Commando and dive right in! We have the Chimo fishing derby on Lake Commando, the pancake eating contest, wing-a-thon, talent show, dog pulls, snowmobile races, snow-putt challenges, horseshoe games. Take in the Chimo Bantam Hockey Tournament, attend the Police/Firefighters hockey "grudge" match, carry a torch in the Torchlight Parade and Bonfire. * Polar Bear Riders Poker Runs are held throughout the winter for snowmobile enthusiasts. The Polar Bear Riders Club was the winner of the 1995/96 Yamaha National Pride Cup for the Best Overall Snowmobile Club in all of Canada. Cochrane's trails are known as the World?s #1 Snowmobile Trails. * May Run Fishing Derby is held on the Victoria Day Weekend and the fishing season officially opens. There are countless fishing derbies with categories and prizes that encompass all you can catch. * Trug Drag is sponsored by the Cochrane Richelieu and is held annually. There are dances, kareoke night, and on Sunday, the trucks race up the hill from the bottom of 6th Avenue. * Summerfest is held during July 1st, festivities include children?s games and at night a large fireworks display. * Fall Fair is held at the end of August and includes produce displays, animal displays, pet show, auction, bake sale, craft displays, cow patty bingo, and music. During the spring and fall, anglers and hunters take to the hills and streams. In the summer months, Cochrane is renowned for walleye and pike fishing. One lake in our area boasts more trophy pike than any other lake in Canada, some of them weighing in at more than 20 pounds. Cochrane is also famous for its trophy moose and bear. You can also hunt for ruffed grouse, migrating ducks and Canadian geese.
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins * 125 kilometer(s) from Kapuskasing * 380 kilometer(s) from Sudbury * 380 kilometer(s) from North Bay
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins * 125 kilometer(s) from Kapuskasing * 380 kilometer(s) from Sudbury * 380 kilometer(s) from North Bay
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins * 125 kilometer(s) from Kapuskasing * 380 kilometer(s) from Sudbury * 380 kilometer(s) from North Bay
  • Nearby Cities:

  • * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins * 125 kilometer(s) from Kapuskasing * 380 kilometer(s) from Sudbury * 380 kilometer(s) from North Bay
  • Transportation:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from train station * .01 kilometer(s) from bus terminal * .01 kilometer(s) from rental car company * 5 kilometer(s) from local airport * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins Airport * 700 kilometer(s) from Pearson Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from train station * .01 kilometer(s) from bus terminal * .01 kilometer(s) from rental car company * 5 kilometer(s) from local airport * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins Airport * 700 kilometer(s) from Pearson Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from train station * .01 kilometer(s) from bus terminal * .01 kilometer(s) from rental car company * 5 kilometer(s) from local airport * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins Airport * 700 kilometer(s) from Pearson Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * .01 kilometer(s) from train station * .01 kilometer(s) from bus terminal * .01 kilometer(s) from rental car company * 5 kilometer(s) from local airport * 100 kilometer(s) from Timmins Airport * 700 kilometer(s) from Pearson Airport

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