Harmony House
Bed & Breakfast and Convention Center
Manitou Beach, Saskatchewan, Canada
Phone: (306) 946-2707

Area Attractions | Manitou Beach Golf Club | Manitou Springs Resort | Watrous Weather | Sask Tourism

Harmony House is a grand, newly renovated guest house situated on a hillside overlooking "the healing waters" of Little Manitou. Originally built in 1918, this historical landmark began as the YWCA. It was used for many years as a United Church summer camp. Later it was a restaurant and museum.

We were looking for a peaceful retreat and a more relaxed lifestyle. In our search we discovered this location. We began renovations in Spring, 1997, and have lovingly restored it to its present condition.

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At Harmony House our guests relax in one of the many quiet spots on the spacious grounds, or in front of the large brick fireplace in the Annex.

The 12 richly appointed rooms in 2 buildings boast an array of antique furniture and a variety of sleeping accommodation to meet any need.

In our dining room adorned with antiques, guests browse among our family collectibles. Your stay includes a delicious, wholesome, full breakfast.

Extraordinary sunsets and a magnificent view of the valley and lake can be enjoyed from the wrap-around deck; the perfect starting point for a great holiday.

So bring your blue jeans and jokes . . . leave your necktie and stress behind as you get caught up in the comfort and laughter within.

Area Attractions

There are many attractions and activities in and around Manitou. Visit the new highly graphical Watrous/Manitou Area Attractions website to see what is available.

Our biggest treasure is the mineral-rich lake itself. The resort area of Manitou Beach is famous for its indoor mineral spa pools. These relaxing and legendary waters were first discovered by the tribes of the great plains. For many years people have realized the curative effects of a visit to Little Manitou.

The beach is also home of world-famous Danceland, noted for its five-thousand square-foot horsehair suspended dancefloor.

The Manitou Beach area offers many parks, lakes and natural attractions for outdoor experiences. North America's first bird sanctuary is located within an hour's drive from the beach.

Manitou Beach is located on a natural fly-way for migratory birds, especially ducks and geese. Walking trails, a golf course, tennis courts, sandy beaches as well as cross-country ski trails (in winter) are all nearby. In the town of Watrous, there are many historical, cultural and business attractions; one of which is the pre-Reformation stained-glass window in the Anglican Church.

From our Guest Book

"We would recommend Harmony House for any group or individual who would require a peaceful setting and quality accommodations." Center for Studies in Agriculture, Law & the Environment, University of Saskatchewan

"The German travel agents were very impressed with the ambiance of your establishment and your attention to detail." Tourism Saskatchewan

"Absolutely peaceful, oh so elegant." K. McKinnon, Alberta

"What a great place!" M.Galino, Quebec

"The energy is warm and welcoming - tastefully done - a place to be revisited." A. Donovan, Sask

"Congratulations." Roy Romanow, former Sask Premier

Lidia and Lorne, Your Hosts

"We warmly invite you to come and experience the enchantment of Manitou Beach, the rustic atmosphere, peace and solitude of Harmony House. We're dedicated to making your stay memorable.

Please inquire about our facilities to accommodate your business meetings, workshops, conferences and family reunions."

Reservations & Location

Reservations may be made by telephone, mail or fax. Deposits will hold any room until 6:00pm. Check-out is 11:00am. Harmony House is a smoke-free environment. Sorry, no pets.

We are easy to find. Harmony House is at Manitou Beach, which is 5 minutes north of the Town of Watrous. We are located on John Street just off the main road.

RR1 Box 24
Watrous, Sask. S0K 4T0
Phone: (306) 946-2707
Fax: (306) 946-2730

Area Attractions | Manitou Beach Golf Club | Manitou Springs Resort | Watrous Weather | Sask Tourism

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