"Life should not only be lived, it should be celebrated."
A unique and special place for cozy get-togethers.
Wasa Lake Guest House is the perfect venue for a cozy get-together. If you are looking for a quaint lakefront setting in the Canadian Rocky Mountains to host your small Wedding or Family Reunion look no further. We have the capacity to host a gathering of under 20 guests and can accommodate up to 14 guests on-site.
Contact us today to discuss rates and availability.
Note: If you plan to host a gathering and invite day use guests, extra charges will apply.
Also, you must confirm with Hosts prior to inviting friends or family.
SAY ‘I DO’ WITH A VIEW
"A family reunion is a time to remember, a time to laugh, a time to celebrate, a time to share old stories and make new memories. A time to see each other in the faces all around us and find reflections of ourselves in hearts both young and old. A reunion is a coming together that strengthens the bond of family and reminds us of the gift of belonging. A chance to share our history. A reason to celebrate our past. A time to welcome our future as a family."
"We were very lucky to have found this gorgeous gem. We truly enjoyed our stay. We loved that the beach was so close, and the outdoor kitchen was cozy and so convenient - I wasn't stuck inside cooking and cleaning. We also loved the outdoor shower to rinse the messy children, and the storage available for our food. The sand is so soft and fun to play in and the water was amazing! My kids jumped in about a thousand times! Mary was very kind and accomodating, and we are grateful that she shared her home with us. And she offered use of her 4 kayaks, which we used 3 times and loved it! We would definitely visit Mary's home again."
"Mary and James were very welcoming and some of the nicest people I've ever met. Looking forward to see them again!"
"Fantastic location with a small private beach on a nice, warm lake. Mary was very gracious and helpful for ideas on area attractions. I would definitely go back to this cabin again."