Most Romantic Winter Hideaways
Pop quiz, readers. This winter (or any time of year), would you rather: a) snuggle with your snookums, b) hole up with your honey, or c) fraternize with your flame? Why not do all three (since they’re the same thing) at any of these winter cabin getaways in Saskatchewan? Make sure to call and book ahead.
Tucked away in the southwest corner of the province, Historic Reesor Ranch offers a “Cowboy Comfort Winter Romance Package,” including a one-night stay in the Cowboy's Cabin with a two-person jacuzzi tub, a bottle of Cypress Hills Winery wine and a romance gift basket created by Jane at the Broken Spoke Gallery and Gift Shop in Maple Creek. Enjoy a hike or a snowshoe walk on the 3-km trail and cozy up to a warm crackling evening campfire under the night sky.
Visiting Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park in winter can be an amazing experience – frost and snow on the lodge pole pines, crisp air, the quiet of a snowy wilderness. Take advantage of the “Cypress Unplugged” winter packages at the Resort at Cypress Hills. The cabins are spacious, but you can still snuggle up in front of a fire.
If you like getting cozy in a rustic setting, try the cabins at Ness Creek near the west side of Prince Albert National Park. Fun fact: the Cedar Suite is actually a time machine that owner Gord Olson built to go back in time and introduce the words “cozy” and “snugglicious” into the English language. The second term didn’t quite take, but you’ll see what the word means when you book one of the two-person cabins for a cozy winter evening.
Of course, these are not the only places to get snugglicious in the province. Here are a few more cozy cabins to check out this winter:
- Sunset Bay Resort, Emma Lake
- Greenwater Cabins, Greenwater Provincial Park
- Kenosee Inn, Kenosee Lake
- Candle Lake Golf Resort, Candle Lake
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