Calder House Inn
Listed in Saskatoon Bed and Breakfasts.
While here, you may want to visit Wanuskewin Heritage Center to understand the history and heritage of this magnificent area. We are within easy walking distance to downtown, the hospital and the University of Saskatchewan. While staying at Calder House you will appreciate and enjoy that "At Home Feeling" that you can't get at a hotel. Come stay with us for a while and enjoy scenic walks along the very beautiful South Saskatchewan River.
Nearby Activities include Bicycling, Hiking, Golfing, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Water Skiing, X Country Skiing, Snowmobiling, Bird Watching, Sailing, Shopping, Dancing, Sight Seeing, Historical Places, Museums, Farmers Market, Arts & Craft Fairs
We provide you with a sense of what life was like in 1905 combined with morning service of coffee tea and croissant.
The inn was converted to private suites under the guidance of one of Saskatoon's earlier architects. Our architect also worked on the Saskatoon club in 1942.
We are a work in progress in that some of the earlier features were destroyed over the last century such as the stair case which we are hoping to restore early next year. Come experience a time gone by with modern comforts.
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Calder House Inn848 Saskatchewan Crescent East,
Telephone: (+001) 306-665-7263
Fax: (+001) 306-665-7263
Calder House Inn may be a suitable property if you are looking to stay near Langham, Dundurn, Asquith, Allan, Borden, Waldheim, Colonsay, Perdue, Radisson or Rosthern.