In its beginning, the town of Hatton was a whistle stop along the Canadian Pacific Railway. By 1913 there was a post office, general store and a lumber yard. The town of Hatton grew with its popularity as a stopping point for grain with other merchants making their stake in the business world. Seven years after its official inception, with a population of 800, Hatton was a booming town with nine grain elevators, a hotel, two schools, two banks, two barbershops, six livery barns, a theatre, its own police, and telephone office.
The Hatton cabin is typical of a home from the period. Air conditioned and heated.
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The Hatton cabin has a queen bed downstairs and a double upstairs, with the addition of a cot it comfortably sleeps five.
Nightly Rate - 1 bed (up to 2 guests) - $155 per night + taxes;
2 bed (up to 4 guests) - $180 per night + taxes
(additional guest on cot $25/night)
All rates include breakfast