Private guest houses in rural setting
Enjoy a taste of quiet country living in our charming guest homes; Fidler House and Thomas Bunn House(1862) located on the banks of the Red River. Whether you want a private cozy weekend getaway for two or a family holiday for up to eight or an ideal location to access the fishing opportunities of the Red River and Lake Winnipeg, we offer you a fully equipped home including all the ingredients you need to make yourself a hearty breakfast. We can also accommodate your dietary conditions. We only accommodate one client at a time in each home.
The Fidler House is equipped with Cable TV and both houses have DVD players. Children are most welcome and we do allow pets who are controlled. The Bunn House is a Red River Heritage home with stone walls is fully equipped and has lots of historic information
After a day of activities you can relax in our spacious screened decks, view the pastoral scene and watch the antics of our resident llamas. The grounds are spacious with lots of room to roam and to explore the local wildlife, birds, hiking & bike trails. Mountain bikes available for summer outings, snow shoes for winter and dock available in the appropriate season. We can provide information on self-guided historical tours & Geocaching in the area. Suggestions for daily outings including maps and GPS unit. Guided fishing can be arranged by a qualified outfitter, Paul Munroe: (www.catdaddy.ca)
Located ten minutes from Selkirk and 45 minutes from downtown Winnipeg we are close to many Manitoba attractions such as the South Beach Casino, Marine Museum, Lower Fort Garry, Lake Winnipeg Beaches, Birds Hill Park and to the Red River Fishery which has trophy Catfish and Pickerel.
Open year round, we are a perfect location for small groups, weddings, anniversaries- additional catering can be arranged.
Fidler House – can accommodate up to eight people, is wheel chair accessible. Ideal for families.
Daily rates: $90-$100 for double and $20 for each additional person plus PST.
Thomas Bunn House(1862), can accommodate up to six people. Immerse yourself in the history of this heritage home built by Thomas Bunn (1862) who was a member of Louis Riel’s Council and the first provincial government. Of interest to heritage buffs and those into experiential tourism.
Bedrooms and bathrooms are on the second floor. No wheel chair access.
Daily rates: $100-$125 for double and $20 for each additional person plus PST