12th Street Studio/Gallery/B&B:307 - 12th Street, Brandon, Manitoba
Enjoy the comfort and charm of this beautifully restored Victorian century home in central Brandon.
You will have easy access to art galleries, theatres, restaurants, Brandon University and the Keystone Centre. Hiking, cross country skiing, bike paths and golf are also available nearby.
Guest rooms are spacious, elegant and comfortable, decorated with period antiques and contemporary art.
Breakfasts are served in a grand dining room/lounge with fireplace.
A unique feature of this B&B is the art gallery located on the main floor. MB artists’ work is featured throughout the year.
Be our guest!
All rooms have a queen size bed.
Single occupancy, $80.00/night ; double occupancy, $90.00/night ; room with two beds (queen & single), $100.00.
We accept credit cards but prefer payment by cash or cheques.
Reviews for 12th Street Studio B&B:
Truly an art gallery!
We had a great stay with Amy at the studio/gallery. An historically accurate “century plus” home, excellent breakfast and handy for our needs in Brandon. Comfortable and homey!
Simply the Best
Wow! The charm, the attention to detail, the beautiful artwork, the delicious breakfast, the comfortable bed, the great location and a most gracious hostess- this place has it all! I was so very lucky to spend two nights here at the end of September. With the beautiful fall colors, gorgeous weather and pampered like royalty here at 12th Street Studio B & B, it made my business trip seem a little less business and a lot more joyful! If you are coming to Brandon, this is a great place to stay while you enjoy this little city with a big heart!
A home away from home (with treats!)
Freshly baked scones, gorgeous rooms, and art on the walls that deserves hang (and in some cases, does) in a museum exhibition. I could not have been happier or more comfortable staying at the 12th Street Studio. The proprietors are friendly and helpful, the location is off the beaten path but close to all the major attractions, and I was genuinely sorry to continue on to Winnipeg where I knew all that awaited me was a Fairmont Hotel (and that’s saying something).