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Welcome to our charming bed and breakfast, where warm hospitality and a legacy of genuine care await you. With heavy hearts, we share the news of the passing of Albert Moser. His life was devoted to creating a haven for guests, his unwavering passion for hospitably has imprinted an everlasting legacy on our establishment. As we navigate this transition, the Moser family remains committed to preserving the essence of Albert’s vision and continuing the tradition of providing a welcoming retreat for all who visit. We invite you to be a part of this new chapter and experience the same heartfelt hospitality that has been a hallmark of our B&B. Your comfort and enjoyment remain our top priorities, and we look forward to hosting you as we honor the memory of Albert Moser through the continuation of his life’s work.


Our Story

In March 2016 our legacy of French fine dining came to an end, when we sold Restaurant Le Beaujolais after owning and operating it for 36 years. It is now the location of Chuck’s Steak House “Another great place to dine”

John Gilchrist CBC Radio Restaurant Critic
As for Moser, he has kept the name Le Beaujolais and plans to remain in the Banff area. And he’s not talking retirement. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him pop up again with some new hospitality venture after a well-deserved break. It has been two months and we miss you already!

Our-StoryThe Moser Family
Albert – Alexandra – Esther – Fabienne – Sandro


Articles On Our Closing

Moser moves on in Banff; Canmore Uncorked leads food events

Restaurant Le Beaujolais’ legacy of French fine dining in Banff comes to an end this month

Iconic Banff Restaurant Le Beaujolais Closes