The Bell House & East House

The Bell House and East House provide picturesque charm and are centrally located on our historic site making them perfect venues for meetings, retreats, and getaways. These charming facilities face the main square and recall the drama of past times. Groups also have the option of staying overnight in these heritage buildings which were used as summer residences by Northwest Company clerks and interpreters. Exterior of the Bell House, a white two story buildingBoth structures have bunk beds in two separate sections to accommodate groups requiring a male and female split as well as male/female showers, washrooms, and common rooms. The Bell House also has a communal kitchen, tables, and benches to provide full meal preparation and dining facilities. In addition, the main floors of the Bell House and East House have barrier free accessibility including one sleeping room.

Bell House Capacity: 1st Floor Common Room Capacity: 75 persons

                              2nd Floor Overnight Sleeping Capacity: 60 persons

East House Capacity: 1st Floor Common Room Capacity: 60 persons

                               2nd Floor Overnight Sleeping Capacity: 48 persons

Bell House Common Room showing large tables with bench seating Bell House Dorm Room bunk with storage locker


Dimensions: 33'x36' (common rooms)
Please download the PDF for a larger view of the Bell House 1st floor plan 
Please download the PDF for a larger view of the East House 1st floor plan

Bell House
Bellhouse Floor plan

  East House
easthouse floor plan

 Exterior of the East House close up with bench outside front door

Standard Equipment:

  • Overhead drop down 5'x7' video screen (Bell House)
  • Communal kitchen (Bell House)
  • Full washroom facilities
  • Full male/female shower facilities
  • Fully accessible buildings (including showers)
  • Special needs sleeping quarters