Less than an hour from Brandon or Spruce Woods Provincial Park Our guesthouse is by the river's edge at the site of a historic river crossing on the Assiniboine River also known as the Treesbank Ferry or Clark's Crossing. Open year round, for you to enjoy all four seasons in the countryside. Make some tracks along our shady, well-groomed trails. Hike, bike, walk, ride your horse, snowshoe, cross-country ski, snowmobile on groomed trails.
Your host family: Sheila Clark, grew up here on the very homestead where her great-grandmother ran the ferry when it was called Clark's Crossing. Her partner Ray Vrignon is a beekeeper, full of interesting stories. Your hosts are never far away should you need them.
A Private Nature Retreat with The Comforts of Home:
2 bedrooms: Queen-sized and Double Bed Full bathroom upstairs 1/2 bath down hairdryer, clothes iron and ironing board, alarm clock in room. Living Room: Double sofa-bed, woodstove, dvd player, games Outside: Large deck with chairs, BBQ, firepit and picnic table Dining Room opens to Kitchen FULLY EQUIPPED microwave, oven/stove, fridge, dishes, pots and pans, dishwasher washer and dryer Private Trails on 40 acres in the summer and in the winter an ice road across the river makes even more trails accessible