The accommodations at Ghostown Blues Bed & Breakfast are a living museum of pioneer life with a modern twist. Guests stay in restored historic prairie living quarters. The lodge serves as a community area and features modern bathrooms, wireless Internet, and a large porch . The lodge is also where you will find breakfast each morning. A hot breakfast will be available between 6:30 and 11:00 every morning. Guests are also encouraged to use the BBQ and cooking facilities, which include a microwave, fridge, and coffee pot. Our beautiful new outdoor kitchen features granite counter tops, a sink and refrigerator, as well as a full BBQ with a grill and griddle.
Please be courteous to other guests. Smoking is not allowed in buildings or wagons and please place all trash, seeds ,shells, and butts in the available receptacles. Pets are welcome but loud or disruptive pets must be kenneled off site. An additional $25 cleaning fee will be added for pets.
The lodge serves as a community area with full facilities. It features two private bathrooms, the breakfast bar, and a full-length porch overlooking the campfire. Whether you're sipping tea around the potbelly stove or having a BBQ on the porch, the warmth of this building invites you to enjoy yourself. Nearly a century old, the lodge (restored church) was originally built in 1912 and served as both a church and a schoolhouse until it was closed in 1949 and relocated to Maple Creek for use as a Lutheran Church. From 1970 on, the building was used for storage until being moved to become the centrepiece at Ghostown Blues.
The Senate and the Vidora Sheep Wagons - 2 Available
As last century’s version of the RV, sheep wagons are a step back in time. The compact, efficient living space is well-designed and each wagon has a double bed, retractable table, built-in benches, and storage area. Sheep wagons originated in Wyoming with the development of the sheep industry in the 1870’s. As the sheep industry expanded rapidly, so did the sheep wagon, following the sheep throughout Western North America. Providing a home on wheels, they have become an icon of the ingenuity and resourcefulness of those who tamed the Wild West. A detailed restoration and a permanent porch and patio make these “homes on the range” a comfortable place to spend your holiday.
Thresherman's Wagon - 1 Available
Around the turn of the 19th century the wheat industry boomed on the prairies of Canada . Threshing crews travelled from farm to farm in what they called a Thresherman,s Cook Cart . Here @ Ghostown Blues you too will get the experience of times gone by in this restored modern day wagon with all the comforts of our cowboy chic décor
Govenlock Cabin - 1 Available
Our cabin originated as a home for one of the local area's first homesteaders. It's now been restored with the same attention to detail as the rest of Ghostown Blues' buildings and makes for a comfortable stay as you explore southwest Saskatchewan. Our cabin sits near the lodge and is furnished with a queen-size bed, dresser, and table. Its porch makes a comfortable spot to sit out and watch the sun go down.
Hatton Cabin - 1 Available
Walsh Log Cabin - 1 Available
This cabin was built in 1895 and served as a "line shack" for cowboys out riding the lines . The construction of the dovetail log joints is unique and complex , the entire cabin was built to spec with an ax and a saw . Incredible workmanship. Sit on this porch and enjoy all the comforts of your stay .
Tents - 2 Options
Supplied Sites - 3 Available
Designed for the modest traveler, camping doesn't get any better than this our tents have a five star feel great value for this experience each of our tent sites is nestled in amongst our grove of trees and is designed with your comfort and privacy in mind. Each site includes access to our showers and breakfast from our well-appointed breakfast each morning. Our onsite tents sleep two comfortably.
Bring Your Own Tent
Travelers are allowed to bring their own tents. Showers.( Breakfast optional )