About This Listing
Restored, historic 1908 house. Right on the doorstep of beautiful River Landing and Meewasin trail, Bus stop out front, 20 minute walk along the river to downtown. Immediate vicinity of farmers market, tennis courts and Riversdale Pool. Across the street from a confectionery. Wifi available. Shared bathroom.
While here, expect it to be quiet, as it's just my husband and myself. Expect to feel at home, using the outdoor patio for a little relaxation, or using your computer in your room.
We live in one of the core neighbourhoods of Saskatoon. We are right across the street from a beautiful park, and a walk along the trail will take you to the farmers market, or keep going until you reach downtown and the Bessborough Hotel. There are no restaurants in the immediate area, but you are just blocks away from many. The farmers market has food booths from local people.
Our house is a carefully restored B.C. Mills and Timber Co. home, pre-manufactured and assembled on sight back in 1909. It was a home usually built for bank managers back in the old days, to attract them to new areas.
We love ouir home and the easy going neighbourhood, with lots of mature trees.
We just ask that you respect the home, no parties please.
My stay in Saskatoon was quite comfortable. My hosts were great. Its a beautiful old home and the room was very nice. Great location for my situation. Close to anything I needed. Hope to stay with them on my next visit to Saskatoon.
After accepting a job offer and agreeing to move in with friends a month after the job started, I needed a place for one month. This is where I stayed and I cannot say enough good things about it. The host family was always pleasant, respectful when I slept during the day after night shifts, and easy to get along with. The room is spacious and well appointed for studying, sleeping, and staying organized. I felt like family.
Fantastic hosts with a beautiful home and relaxing garden. Great location right across the road from the river walkway and within walking distance of the farmers market and downtown.