Skipper’s Lodge B&B:99036 11 Rd E, Interlake, Manitoba
Our home is a nature lover’s paradise. We are located on 160 acres of field and woods in one of the most beautiful parts of Netley Creek in the Manitoba Interlake area. Our cedar home has an entire “South Wing” set aside for guests to relax and enjoy our facilities. It includes a sitting room with TV and PC with internet access and reading materials to relax and enjoy. Or join us in our beautiful A-Frame living room which overlooks Netley Creek. We offer a spacious and quiet setting to enjoy nature walks, birding, skiing, and other outdoor activities.
We provide excellent facilities for businesses to conduct small workshops and seminars (5-10 people). We have four separate rooms with CAT 6 wiring all linked to a 50\” large HR screen and the internet. Our facilities were designed with Information Technology (IT) companies in mind. Your design teams can conduct review meetings in our main area and then separate for individual work or peer development. As well, you can update your notes directly to the cloud for use when you return to your workplace.
Our 160 acres of premier training facilities allows us to cater to hunting dog enthusiasts who would like to take advantage of our excellent upland cover for flushing and pointing breeds, access to our homing pigeon flock and seasonal access to raised game birds including bobwhite quail, chukars and pheasants.
Additionally we offer several packages to small groups of artisans who would like to take advantage of our unique seminar facilities and ability to host classes including photography, quilting, willow furniture making, and other activities – which are only limited to your imagination.
Your hosts are Joe and Terri Coady.
Room Rates: $89 – $99 per night
(minimum of two nights usually required)
Reviews for Skipper’s Lodge B&B:
A little known gem in the Interlake!…
Skipper’s Lodge is very convenient location to Gimli & Lake Wpg, but also to Teulon and Stonewall. Bird lovers’ paradise! Tons of privacy, and such superb hosts.