Rooms

Sunset Room

Enjoy the Sunset Room with its queen sized bed and the best view of the sunset.  Wake to the sound of Sandhill Cranes trumpeting across the fields, audible for more than 2 kms away.  You may even spot an eagle searching for its breakfast.  ~  Reservation Inquiries


Prairie View

This twin bedroom has a sunset view of the prairies.  The antique wrought iron bed with brass accent is over 100 years old.  French farmhouse was the influence in this room.  ~  Reservation Inquiries


 Northern Lights

Two twin beds with a northern view may give you an opportunity to see some northern lights.  Your hosts, who grew up in Northern Manitoba, found the motivation for this room from their Métis roots.  ~  Reservation Inquiries


North Easterner

Inspiration for this room comes from a trip to Nova Scotia with the family.  With the twin antique beds, round stones from the Atlantic Ocean and even a sail boat, you’ll feel like you’re there.  ~  Reservation Inquiries


Sunrise Room

The Sunrise Room, with a queen bed, gives you a beautiful view of the Whitemouth River and the sunrise.  Perfect for those early risers who like to paddle the river or do some bird-watching.  ~  Reservation Inquiries


Room Rates

$99 per night plus PST.

Room rate includes use of the outdoor patio, gazebo, fire pit, sauna, and communal guest kitchen to prepare your own meals. All meals are self-catered unless where indicated in the retreat experience. We accept Cash, cheques, Visa and M/C.


The Bathrooms

Moon Gate has two wheelchair accessible bathrooms which allow plenty of room in this situation.  They are equipped with a tub or shower , grab bars where needed and a comfort height toilet for ease of use.


Kitchen/Multipurpose Area

The space allows for 20 or more people for a special dining experience and ample space for large groups (40 people) or family gatherings and activities such as quilt making, Yoga, or Meditation.

The guest house was carefully created for your best retreat experience possible. We chose a TV and WiFi free guest house in order to offer a space free of electromagnetic frequencies so that you may sleep peacefully. One guest even said there is nothing here to wake you up other than the birds.