Ghostown Blues

+1 306 661 8481

Here at Ghostown Blues you can experience the organic beauty that remains in the craftsmanship preserved in our high quality, unique accommodations.  Sit by the fire and enjoy the quiet solitude while you enjoy the sunset. Put your feet up on the veranda & enjoy a glass of wine or have your supper out of the back of an original 1925 chuck wagon.  Experience the historic buildings, wagons and structures Greg has spent many years acquiring, relocating and restoring from the pioneer years on the Canadian Prairies. Ghostown Blues is one of, if not the only place in Canada where you can experience a feeling of connection to the land and spirit the early settlers must have felt when they risked it all for a better life in a new land.

Ghostown Blues is also a great venue for weddings, family reunions, conferences, holiday parties, and more.

The Lodge and Outdoor Kitchen

 
 

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 two modern bathrooms, wireless Internet, and a large veranda which overlooks the campfire. The lodge is also where you will find breakfast each morning. A hot breakfast is available between 7:30 and 9:30 am .

Outdoor kitchen: 

   Guests are encouraged to use the  outdoor kitchen, cooking facilities.  Our  outdoor kitchen features granite counter tops, a sink ,  2 refrigerators, as well as a full BBQ with a 50 burger grill, griddle, and two burner stove.

The outdoor kitchen is great for serving a large group. Used with our original 1925 working  chuckwagon,  it can serve  up to a 120 person  group. 

Guests must  provide their own cutlery and dishes ,the pots and pans as well as 50 cup coffee maker are provided if needed.

 

 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.  Over a century old, the lodge (restored church) was originally built in 1912 and served as both a church and a school house 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 centre piece at Ghostown Blues.