Destination Resort Hotel on Blackstrap Lake – Saskatchewan Hotel
Come for the peace and tranquility … experience renewed vitality … you deserve it!!!
This perfectly Saskatchewan Hotel is simple and clean with a certain rustic charm … the atmosphere will relax and rejuvenate you. The tranquil setting, off-the-beaten path, has a great attraction for those requiring a private, secluded, focused experience. Nature walks will take you through beautiful ravines or a visit to the beach. Dining includes a most delicious array of foods spectacularly displayed in a manner you cannot easily forget.
Corporations and small businesses alike find an immeasurable value in ‘retreating’ to Cedar Lodge, a place of peaceful Saskatchewan lodging immersed in nature, where employees are more likely to bond in an atmosphere especially suited to relaxation and congeniality. Your group will begin to look forward to each meal with great anticipation and expectation, wondering what our gifted culinarians will present to you next to delight and surprise you.
Whether you are planning a convention for 300 or a day meeting for 30, our world class resort and conference facility will make your event a resounding success! Cedar Lodge can provide lodging for 240 overnight guests, when utilizing 60 rooms to support all your overnight requirements, as well as present large, medium or intimate banquets that confirm well founded rumours of ‘delicious and decadent’ dining.
Cedar Lodge is an inviting Full Service Destination Resort Hotel and Convention Center providing unique lodging in the heart of Saskatchewan, overlooking beautiful Blackstrap Lake … “one of the best kept secrets in Saskatchewan.” The soothing landscape contributes to one’s well-being with sunsets that defy the imagination …
sunrise, sunset … confirming Saskatchewan’s trademark, and worthy of note on our provincial licence plates …
“Land of Living Skies”
Surrounded by 75 acres of tranquility overlooking beautiful Blackstrap Lake, Cedar Lodge is just moments from a Provincial Park, 40 kms south of Saskatoon or 190 kms north of Regina and from either location directly off Highway 11. For your year round Saskatchewan Lodging requirements, you will discover we mean what we say … “providing a spirit of excellence” … in service, hospitality, cuisine.
Blackstrap Lake, Saskatchewan Hotel
… is a man made lake (1967), is 9 miles long, 1/2 mile wide and up to 30 feet deep. It is the home of the townsites of Shields & Thode, Skyview Estates, Living Skies Estates, a Provincial Park, K of C Youth Camp, (to name just a few of our neighbors), and soon …
the Residences of Cedar Lodge
The lake beckons you to swim, boat, fish, water/jetski …
If you are a fisherman, you can find perch, walleye, pike, pickerel and white fish in it’s waters.
With lots of wind, Blackstrap Lake is perfect for sailing.
The local Sailing Club is about 1 kilometer east and boasts of exciting regattas and lots of sailing experiences … (www.bssc.ca) … the lake is frequented by many sailboats all season. Sometimes you may be the only sailboat for miles, quiet, peaceful …
Ice fishing is very popular with hundreds of ice huts on the lake from late fall to early spring.
Below a wintry welcome as one approaches Cedar Lodge … this is not snow on the trees but hoar frost, which is usually translucent in appearance, making for the most beautiful ‘fairytale’ landscape.
Lodging can include a variety of room arrangements to meet your specific needs, from a romantic room to a family wanting to share for convenience and economics. A call to our events co-ordinator, Linda Laird, will help you make the arrangements that will best suit your situation. Although its name is Cedar Lodge, there are 60 rooms to this very unique hotel and you will find it to be much larger than at first glance.
National and International attention has been given to this unique facility with its rustic charm, inside and out cedar construction, and the ‘Great Room’s’ 50 foot cathedral ceiling. The Great Room, where your Saskatchewan dining experience will usually take place, has plenty of windows and patio doors, which access the wraparound cedar deck … and from everywhere the view is simply wonderful! The scenery while dining or relaxing on the deck includes continuously changing views of the lake, with it’s living skies experience, as well as a great look at Blackstrap mountain … and rolling landscapes that stretch into miles of Saskatchewan farmlands with their colourful harvest hues. Enjoy the view, it is likely one of the finest in the province!
Cozy seating arrangements nestled in various areas of the Great Room invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy our elegant ambience!!! While dining it will appear as though you are aboard a large cruise ship, enjoying a serene holiday atmosphere.
Planning a simple personal retreat for yourself can be one of the best things you can do – or perhaps you and your family are wanting to spend some quality time together. With no tv in your room to distract you from personal reacquainting with one another, families tell us that Cedar Lodge was the ultimate in opportunity for a family retreat.
On a business level or corporate journey, in order for your staff to actually get to interact on a more personal level, the atmosphere at Cedar Lodge together with the fascinating and delicious cuisine causes board and staff members to enter into relationship with one another that far surpasses retreats that are held in busy centers where the distractions of shopping, movie theaters and outside restaurants cause participants to leave the host facility. At Cedar Lodge, quaintly and uniquely set apart from the ‘madding crowd’ we can deliver that ultimate team building experience thereby qualifying us as a most successful corporate retreat.
Booking Your Saskatchewan Hotel Event
Ask our Saskatchewan Hotel & Events Co-Ordinator to discuss with you the various successful team building scenarios that have worked for any number of corporations holding their business retreats with us in the past.
Winter and Summer, Fall and Spring … Cedar Lodge is the “perfect retreat facility.”