Inverness Falls Resort

Our Cozy Pet Welcome Cottages offer front decks facing the lake and second decks facing the stream. Both offer fully equipped kitchens with ovens, microwaves, pots, pans, and dishes; right down to wine glasses and cork screws. Cozy living rooms with a rustic décor offer wood burning fireplaces, and private Satellite Receiver with access to movies, music, sports and more! Bedroom with queen size conventional bed. Electric heat Propane BBQ and patio furniture on the decks. Air conditioned for your summer enjoyment. (During this period the fireplaces will not be operational) (550 sq ft)

Relaxing 2 Person Hot Tub

Cottage #6, features a relaxing a two person Hot Tub in the livingroom where a crackling fire, dimmed lights and peaceful surrounding set the mood for romance.

Cottage #7 features a two person Hot Tub on the deck overlooking the stream. Relax under the stars, in your soothing Hot Tub while enjoying the beauty of the water and the trees.   This Cottage is rated on a one bedroom basis for a couple to enjoy.  If there are two friend traveling together who wish a second bedroom, for a $25 charge we can offer the second bedroom.  (We do not offer the outdoor hot tub during the winter season and discount the rates during this period).

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Contact Us

Inverness Falls Resort

Box 38 Rennie, Manitoba R0E 1R0

1-877-467-0832

(204) 369-5336

info@invernessfallsresort.com

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Manitoba Holidays

January 1: New Years Day


February 20: Family Day


April 14: Good Friday


May22: Victoria Day


July 1: Canada Day


August 7: Civic Holiday


Sept 4: Labour Day


October 9: Thanksgiving


December 25: Christmas

 

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