Accommodations and Dining

The Banbury House Inn and The Le Parisien

The Banbury House Inn was built in 1905 as the private home of Edwin Ashley Banbury, founder of the Beaver Lumber Company. The house was originally located on the north side of Fairly Lake, but, after the threat of demolition in 1985, it was moved to its present location on Front Street. In 1988, The Banbury House Inn opened as the first "European Bed and Breakfast" in Saskatchewan.

The Inn offers six Guest Rooms and four Deluxe Suites. All rooms and suites include breakfast in the cost, while only the suites include a bottle of champagne and access to a Jacuzzi in each room.

Two of the Deluxe Suites are located next-door in the Le Parisien. While The Le Parisien used to boast its own French and Swiss inspired menu, it has since become annexed by The Banbury House Inn.

The Banbury House Inn offers its guests various services, including space for wedding banquets, access to a casual bar and lounge, and a Sunday buffet brunch.

More information, including room prices and menus, can be found on their website at: www.banburyhouse.com

The Leland Hotel and The Wolseley Motel

With a history that spans nearly a century, the Leland Hotel, located on Sherbrooke Street in the heart of downtown Wolseley is the perfect destination for travelers looking for something more than your typical motel fare. A popular spot to celebrate in Wolseley, the Leland Hotel periodically books bands and offers live entertainment to its patrons.

The Wolseley Motel has been a staple of accommodations in Wolseley since 1960. It offers twelve spacious rooms with kitchenttes and air conditioning. Located just south of the Trans-Canada Highway, it is the perfect stop for anyone.

Canada Cafe

Open since the early 1980s, the Canada Cafe has served Wolseley and area with its unique blend of Canadian and Cantonese dishes. It offers a lunch buffet Wednesdays and Fridays, and offers a Chinese dinner buffet every Sunday. Residents affectionately refer to these buffets as "Chinese Smorgs," even though the meals served are very unlike the Swedish meal from which it gets its name. At certain times of the day, you can find the Cafe full for Coffee Time, which offers coffee and free refills for just over a dollar.