Hospitality

May you come as guests and leave as friends!

A warm welcome awaits you at The Willow Tree Bed and Breakfast.

The Willow Tree is nestled at 21 River Ave. W, near the heart of the city of Dauphin.

Full breakfasts are included with your stay. Our set-menu* breakfasts are served in our dining room at 8 a.m weekdays and 9 a.m weekends. (* Set-Menu: all guests receive the freshly prepared breakfast of the day). Whether your taste buds crave savory or sweet, we alternate to keep things interesting.

We also offer a hearty Ukrainian style breakfast which includes 2 fried eggs, Perogies and Kolbassa with a side of sour cream, onions and bacon. To try this “taste of Ukraine” breakfast, please request it at the time of booking.

Guests can check out the menu board located in the main foyer to view the next mornings hot entree. We will do our best to meet any dietary restrictions or preferences upon request.

Breakfast

Breakfasts will include locally sourced vegetables and fruits when available, organic where possible. Homemade breads, jam, jellies and farm eggs are provided through local farmers and artisans.

Breakfast begins with juice, a fresh, seasonal fruit dish and yogurt , along with homemade baked goods, followed by a hot entree.

Your morning cup of coffee is made with freshly ground, Manitoba roasted beans and brewed pour-over coffee style and we keep it coming so long as there are cups wanting to be filled! Or if you prefer tea, we offer English Breakfast steeped tea.

Upon check in guests can relax in the small, but cozy parlor and help themselves to complimentary afternoon tea, coffee or pop and freshly baked cakes or cookies which are available in the dining room.

Your Hosts

Your Hosts



Brent and Connie Isaac

Your hosts, Brent and Connie Isaac, purchased this mid-century home with the sole purpose of opening a bed and breakfast. It was originally built in 1948 by prominent resident and doctor, Gordon Ritchie.

It is a beautiful home which has been lovingly preserved and maintained through the years and they look forward to openings its doors to the visiting public.

Brent and Connie moved to Dauphin 28 years ago and found it to be a wonderful place to raise their family and a great community to live in.

Proud to call Dauphin home they continue to enjoy the many activities both within the city and in the beautiful, surrounding Parkland area.

They previously owned and operated a small business in Dauphin for 15 years. After selling their business they started a trucking company and put the semi's on the northern ice-roads up in Yellowknife, NWT. Brent drove on the ice roads, as well as dispatched, in Yellowknife during the winters and trucked locally the rest of the year.

During the last several years Connie found herself behind a desk as she worked in administration but the dream of doing something in the hospitality field, specifically a Bed and Breakfast, was never far from her thoughts.

So when the opportunity presented itself to purchase this home they took the leap, knowing it was time for a change.

Connie gave up her desk job and Brent decided to stick closer to home and now they look forward to offering a "home away from home" for guests, a B&B where visitors will come as guests but leave as friends!