This air-conditioned adults-only non-smoking executive style home, generously decorated with Bill Brownridge artwork, features two guest rooms, private bath with shower, sauna, sitting room, satellite HD tv, dvd, and access to internet. No pets please. Located in west central Saskatchewan amid wheat fields, cattle ranches, and oil wells - this quiet area enjoys sandy undulating hills and slow streams, providing a peaceful home for plentiful wildlife. Set along the route of the historic Fort Pitt to Carlton Trail, Edam is a 15 minute drive from the banks of the North Saskatchewan River overlooking Pine Island, which was home to several fur trading posts including Manchester House, operated by the Hudson Bay Company commencing in 1784.


 "We were overwhelmed by your kindness and open hearts. I shall never forget the history lesson we experienced on the tour of the area. You are a natural, Larry - I swear that the Province should be reimbursing you for your enthusiasm and promotion. I would never have believed there was so much to Saskatchewan, and we only covered a minute part of it. You have such a heart and love for it. We felt so much at home with you both, it was like visiting kin. Thank you for the welcome you gave us and for the wonderful meals you provided." New Brunswick Guests.

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