McMaster Manor Bed & Breakfast...
Located only a few country kilometers west of Lafleche, Saskatchewan, on historic Highway 13, McMaster Manor is a rare find nestled high on the Wood River. From its beautifully landscaped location, guests have the perfect setting for a "living skies" sunset or a canoe ride down the river that Canadian songstress Connie Kaldor has made famous.
Originally constructed in 1918 by an Indiana contractor for George and Amanda (McMaster) Hooker, the elegant two story residence stood out as the rarest of homes even in the early 20th century. It was one of the first homes in the area to boast electric lights, running water and flush toilets. Rest assured... the plumbing has since been upgraded!
Heritage high on the Wood River.
Proprietors Ron and Judy Reiman, welcome you on their unique spot on the southwest Saskatchewan prairies. The home has been restored, maintaining the original woodwork throughout the sunny and spacious rooms. Judy is a grand-daughter of George and Amanda Hooker, the original home-steaders.
The wrap around verandah on the main floor and the second floor sunroom and balcony await our special guests.
Breathtaking views of the surrounding prairie landscape will soothe your soul.