B&B is open May 1st - Sept 30th.
The Cypress Hills are in season all year
long and our cabins and Old Log Barn are open all year long as well!
A fine historic home, beautifully custom handcrafted
with the 'Arts & Crafts' style architecture of the early 1900's.
Be inspired by the five generations of family
history; let it reawaken your own childhood and family memories.
Original maple and fir wood flooring and wall
decorating throughout home.
Our five historic guest bedrooms are tastefully
decorated for comfort to accommodate our guests.
There is one double bed in each guest bedroom and
bedroom #2 has one queen bed.
Bedrooms #1 and #2 have their own private balconies
and extra twin bed in each room.
Relax with a luxurious hot bath in our original,
antique bathtub upstairs in the
Guests also have one shared bathroom and shower on main floor.
Cowboy Breakfast for B&B guests: A
hearty ranchstyle breakfast will be served in either our ranchhouse guest kitchen or the
'Ranch Hall Grill', just a
short walk from the ranchhouse, depending on events booked at the ranch. Food
choices will include fruit, eggs,
bacon or sausage, yogurt,
toast, jams, hot/cold cereal,
coffee, herbal & black teas, hot chocolate, milk, cream & fruit
Bedtime evening snacks include a variety of hot/cold drinks,
granola bars and fruit. Fruit
choices are seasonal.
Our coffee is brewed with fresh spring water
flows from all our taps. (Government tested and bottled to sell for Reesor
Springs Natural Spring Water Company.)
Supper meals are available in the 'Ranch Hall
Grill'. Meals must be prebooked 306 662 3498.
Ranch Hall Grill Menu
Check-in time is after 6:00 pm. There are local restaurants within a half
hour drive of the ranch.
Check-out time is 11:00 am.
- B&B prices: $99.00 Single / $119.00
Double. $59 Extra guest in Double room. 30%
non-refundable deposit required to book.
#2 Frank & Hazel Guest Bedroom has a small ensuite half
bath with toilet and sink. Cost for this bedroom is $129.00 per
night for single or double.
This room has one queen bed and one
No children under the age of ten please.
We accept cash, Debit, VISA and MasterCard.
Tax/fee will be added to all our prices. Prices are subject to change.
CCi Wireless Wifi connection for laptops.
Sit back and enjoy Canadian Ranching and Cowboy
"Cowboy Comfort" at its' best!
No dogs please. Risk is too high for
dogs not used to unfamiliar ranch animals and environment - could
chase, bark, bite, fight, or get lost. As an option, book your dog into
the 'Wild Harts Pet Resort' 1-403-834-0009 or 'Leslie's Dog Clipping & Boarding'
- Enjoy our horse related
activities - click
here for more information.
- OR bring your own horses to ride. ($15/horse/day)
Enjoy a hike on the "Kinnikinik Kliff Trail" with self-guided trail booklet.
Written & mapped with the Medicine Hat College Ecotourism & Outdoor Leadership Class.
We ask B&B guests who stay with us for an extended period of time to make
plans in advance for daily outings to other local attractions between 11 am - 6
I must honestly say that my wife and I have greatly enjoyed
our stay here with several of our good friends. This place is truly a
beautiful spot, your hospitality second to none and that over the 30 years
that we have been married we've never encountered this sort of setting.
We have been made to feel like we're in our own home! God bless you
all! Roger & Rosemarie Anderson Regina, Saskatchewan
I just wanted to send a short note thanking you for
the lovely stay at your ranch. Thanks for showing us around and to
your Mom for showing us her cabin. You have the nicest B&B we have
been to....and you all are so very friendly. George wanted to know if
he could have the recipe for the chicken dish you served at breakfast on
Thursday morning. Thanks again for the great stay, we hope to return.
Betsy and George
a quick email to say thanks very much for a lovely overnight, breakfast and
ride. Harold and I enjoyed ourselves very much and took the drive you
suggested to the Fort and through to Maple Creek. It was a beautiful day. We
both really enjoyed learning a bit about the Reesor family history and
having a chance to ask lots of questions. Driving the cows was a real
highlight for Harold. I enjoyed watching someone else open a ton of barb
wire gates while sitting on my butt on a good appaloosa.
Thank you both for your hospitality, as with all your guests, Iíll be
encouraging others to visit. Shelley