Aspen Woodlands B&B:328 Chalfont Road , Winnipeg, Manitoba
Welcome to west south Winnipeg’s newly-built eco-friendly B&B – it is wheelchair accessible and offers private ensuite bathrooms.
Our house features spacious bedrooms, innovative architecture and use of space. It was designed by Winnipeg architect Will Richard.
A lift enables persons with mobility limitations to reach all levels of the house.
We provide three rooms for guests: Gardenview Room (2 persons), Family/Group Room (4 persons), and Accessibility Room (2 persons). Please see pictures.
The Accessibility Room is designed specifically for persons with mobility limitations. The shower is suitable for persons using a wheelchair.
Breakfast is included. We offer a choice of breakfast special or standard selections. Most of our guests choose the breakfast special the evening prior.
We are located in Charleswood district across from the Assiniboine Forest which contains walking trails. Deer roam the neighbourhood.
Downtown or Airport – 9 km (15 min. by car)
Bus Stops – 600 metres (10 min. walk)
Zoo – 1.2 km
CMU – 1.8 km
FortWhyte Alive (nature centre) – 7 km
$95 to $120 plus GST. Families/extra persons please enquire.
Payment types accepted: cheque, cash, bank transfer.
Reviews for Aspen Woodlands B&B:
“Whole Experience was Exceptional”
We very much enjoyed staying at the Aspen Woodlands Bed and Breakfast. The whole experience was exceptional. Everything about the beautifully finished bedroom with ensuite was very comfortable, including the bed. We appreciated the warm hospitality and the delicious breakfast. We highly recommend this B & B and will stay again should we be traveling to Winnipeg.
Paul & Lorie
Delicious Blueberry Pancakes
I had the opportunity to stay with Christine & Reinhard for a week while on a business trip to Winnipeg at the end of January. Reinhard gave me a tour of the house upon my arrival and showed me how to operate the elevator should I need it (very simple should one have mobility issues), main door access code, and we had a wonderful discussion about the home’s architecture and construction which I was very interested in.
The rooms are quiet, very clean, and comfortable, with comprehensive written instructions on how to operate the various TV functions.
Not being familiar with the city, a map and a list of nearby eateries was a most welcome touch to find in my room.
They welcomed me like family and we had the opportunity to converse on a variety of subjects over many delicious breakfasts.
Christine’s delicious blueberry pancakes (blueberries hand-picked earlier in the year) could not be equaled in the finest restaurant anywhere! A menu with multiple choices was presented to me in the evening for breakfast the next day…you will not be disappointed with any of the selections. They are all delicious. Breakfast was served in the dining room and a blazing fire in the wood stove greeted me each morning as I sat down. As I was the only guest that week, breakfast time was flexible to accommodate my schedule.
Off-street parking from a quiet street was straightforward and a plug-in was available for those non-tropical Winnipeg nights if needed. If you are returning in the evening keep an eye out for the deer that wander the area.
I will certainly stay here again when in Winnipeg. More gracious hosts will not found anywhere, and Aspen Woodlands B&B has my recommendation and endorsement. Thank You for a Great Stay!!
Don Hartrick – Calgary, AB