Saskatoon Travel Accommodation: Choosing a Bed & Breakfast information, listings and links

Bed & Breakfasts are an inexpensive way to stay in Saskatoon, and provide you the opportunity to see how Saskatoonians live. Most are members of the Saskatchewan Country Vacations Association (306 731-2646), and all are required to be licensed by the City. Here are some of their more important standards:

  • Single room minimum size is 75 sq. ft., double room at least 100 sq.ft.
  • Proper beds in each guest room and clothes closet or clothes butler in each room
  • $1 million public liability insurance as a B&B
  • Smoke detectors located in each guest bedroom and on each floor of the home
  • Bedroom windows must allow an emergency exit for guest.
  • Two kilogram ABC fire extinguishers appropriately located and visible on each floor
  • Individual towels available for each guest, changed and washed regularly
Bed & Breakfasts are also required by law to have licensing and accreditation documents displayed in a common area where all incoming guests can view them and be assured that the facilities and it's proprietors are appropriately licensed.

This required documentation includes:
  1. A Province of Saskatchewan - Itinerant Use Accommodation - License: signed by a Public Health Officer
  2. A Province of Saskatchewan - Safe Food Handling - Certificate: signed by a Public Health Officer
  3. A City of Saskatoon - Business License: up-to-date for the current year
  4. SCVA Accredited Members will have an Accreditation/Membership Certificate: up-to-date for the current year.
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