10 Charming B&Bs You Must Stay at This Summer in Manitoba

Posted March 10, 2024 | Author Breanne Sewards

Imagine waking up to the sound of birds chirping, in a room filled with sunlight and the smell of fresh baking. Such are mornings at a bed and breakfast. Experience it yourself at one (or more) of these ten charming B&Bs in Manitoba!

Know Before You Go

Before heading out on your Riding Mountain adventure, please be aware that Parks Canada has prohibited the use of motorized boats as well as canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards on Clear Lake this summer. These measures are to facilitate detection of zebra mussels and decrease the risk of spread, to better ensure the future health of the lake. Swimming is still permitted, along with fishing from shore or wharfs, the use of beach toys and personal flotation devices. For further information about Clear Lake watercraft restrictions, click here.

Visit the B&B Association of Manitoba for even more accommodation options this spring and summer in Manitoba.

1. Moon Gate Guest House

Whitemouth River

Need to get away from it all? Moon Gate Guest House offers the opportunity to connect with yourself and with nature. Located on the banks of the Whitemouth River, this Métis owned guest house is eco-friendly and hosts a number of workshops and retreats throughout the summer. Also on site is a 90-degree Finnish-style sauna with essential oils available.

The self-catered breakfast includes wood-fired sourdough, fresh eggs, hand-crafted jams, fruit, coffee and tea. Even better, every Friday from June to September, Moon Gate hosts Pizza Night - where you can enjoy wood-fired pizza made with locally sourced ingredients.

2. The House That Love Built


Experience a slower pace of life at The House that Love Built Bed and Breakfast. Situated in a 107-year-old renovated farmhouse that’s had plenty of love poured into it, The House That Love Built offers a number of unique experiential packages. Sign up for an outdoor movie experience (fire-side and complete with s’mores and popcorn), an all-natural soap workshop, or even the opportunity to paint a piece of furniture to take home.

Each morning you can fill up on a hot breakfast (which can be customized to your dietary needs) made by host and owner, Fawn.

3. Aaron's on the Lake

Winnipeg Beach

Enjoy views of Lake Winnipeg at Aaron’s on the Lake, a beautiful B&B that will have you feeling right at home. Explore nearby attractions like the wooden piers of Dunnottar and the bustling town of Gimli, or stay in and have a soak in the hot tub.

Hot breakfast is of course included in your stay and has previously featured yummy dishes like cinnamon French toast, omelettes and fresh fruit bowls.

4. Bella's Castle


This stone mansion is an accommodation fit for a queen. For the romantic at heart, Bella’s Castle is the ideal spot when seeking a relaxing getaway to Morden — with a wrap-around porch for enjoying your morning coffee and gardens located right outside your window.

5. Riding Mountain House


Located right on the western edge of Onanole, Riding Mountain House makes for a tranquil home base when exploring Riding Mountain National Park. For those who enjoy a bed and breakfast but prefer a higher level of privacy -- each guest room contains a full private bath. Guests can also enjoy sunset views from the outdoor fire pit area or from a screened-in porch.

6. The Herdsman House


Did you know that you can actually stay overnight at the National Historic Site known as Neubergthal? This Mennonite street village is where you'll find The Herdsman House -- restored to much of its original 1880s charm.

Here, embrace the lifestyle of the time by baking bread and pizza in the baking chambers. Guests can also walk the paths along the five acre property or relax in the wood-fired Finnish sauna.

7. Bell Aura Bed, Breakfast & Bistro


Looking for somewhere super unique to stay this summer? Explore the town, shops and restaurants of Carman from the comfort of Bell Aura Bed, Breakfast and Bistro. This historical church was built in 1898 and is now a quaint B&B that oozes charm, furnished top to bottom with antiques.

8. Sir Edgar House Bed and Breakfast


Feel at home while exploring this special region of Manitoba. Built in 1898, the Sir Edgar House Bed and Breakfast is one of the oldest homes in Dauphin and features all the usual suspects of a great bed and breakfast: comfy beds, amazing coffee, friendly conversation and a filling breakfast.

9. Fairmount Bed and Breakfast


Located near Minnedosa, Fairmount offers the opportunity to experience the rural way of living. Watch waterbirds from your window or relax on the deck as sheep and cattle graze in the nearby pastures. Built in 1914, this farmhouse bed and breakfast has all the charm you'd expect along with from-scratch breakfasts -- of which you can help gather eggs or make jam for. Other activities available include pastry baking and food preservation workshops.

10. The Red Barn B&B


Book this 800 square foot private accommodation and revel in the charming touches of the property. Red Barn B&B's 21 acres include a fire pit, walking trails, gardens and plenty of peace and quiet. Overnight stays during the week include items for a full breakfast while weekend guests receive a prepared breakfast.

Red Barn B&B is also home to a beautiful u-pick flower farm where you can peruse rows of blossoms and create your own unique bouquet.

About The Author

Hey! I'm Breanne, Editorial Content Specialist for Travel Manitoba. First to jump in the lake and last to make it down the River Trail. Lover of croissants, cats, and croissant-shaped cats. Got a story idea? Email me at bsewards@travelmanitoba.com.

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