Kruk Castle B&B149 - 2nd Ave SW , Minnedosa, Manitoba
Welcome! We hope you will come visit us at this beautiful 1901 Queen Anne home!
Located right in town and within walking distance to all amenities. A 15 minute walk or short drive to visit the beach and enjoy all our lake has to offer, including swimming, fishing, boating, and canoeing. Golf is nearby, and Riding Mountain National park is approximately a 40 minute drive from us.
This property has been recently purchased by Dr. Robert Kruk of Carman, Mb, and is being managed by Connie Piatkowski from Sperling, Mb. The Castle has been busy with soft renovations, including freshly painted bedrooms, new mattresses, sheets, pillows, towels, in room amenties and in room coffee/tea.
Enjoy quiet comfort in one of the two main floor parlours, have a game of pool in the Billiard Room, (explore our underground tunnel!), or make your way up to third floor and make use of our library.
Minnedosa is a year round destination for travelers. The Heritage Village museum has a collection of artifacts from the area and several historic buildings. Minnedosa has a natural setting in a valley with a river running through town, therefore wildlife and an abundance of birds can be seen on our many nature trails and historic walks. Ski Valley downhill recreation area has 9 runs and 2 lifts, and a snowboard park.
Introductory rates –
King Chamber – 125.00 plus taxes
1 Queen bed, sitting room and tower dining area, dressing room, ensuite with soaker tub and shower.
Grand Chamber – 125.00 plus taxes
1 Queen bed, 1 double bed in tower sitting room, ensuite with shower
Viscount Chamber- 110.00 plus taxes
1 Queen bed, ensuite shower
Raven’s Nest – 90.00
2 twin beds on the third floor, use of shared bathroom on the third floor, or use of bathroom just down the stairs on the second floor.
Reviews for Kruk Castle B&B:
Truly treated royally at the Castle!
Wow, everything you could want! Amazing detail in this restored castle! And the breakfasts were to die for. Connie was the best host! We’ll be back…