The Fat Ewe Farm B & B

Choose from the deluxe master suite, Sunshine room or double bunk guest room. Gourmet breakfast always served with a smile! We are a working farm too!

57527 Highway 41 (Buffalo Trail) Box 122 Elk Point, Alberta Canada T0A 1A0
at the junction of Highway 29 and Highway 41, 5 minutes north of Elk Point
Phone Number:
(780) 614-4733

 The Sunshine Room above,


The Fat Ewe Farm Bed and Breakfast is a joyful experience. Pristine walking trails, beaver ponds, fresh air and over 100 tame, friendly animals greet you in style. We have three rooms to choose from: the Master Suite with an organic queen size mattress from Greensleep, organic bedding and towels and a private bath with a soaker tub for two. The Sunshine Room features a queen bed with organic mattress topper, organic paint and organic towels and bedding. The Guest Room offers double bunks to sleep a family of four at a reasonable rate. The bathroom may be shared if the Sunshine Room and Guest Room are both occupied. There are two lounges with wood burning fireplaces. The B & B is furnished with tasteful authenitic antiques and offers fabulous gourmet breakfasts. Come on over and bring your appetite! Complimentary robes, slippers and beverages are always part of the package.

Pets are welcome to stay on the main floor.

Last modified on July 17, 2014  by Eat East of Edmonton

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Did You Know?

Village of Elk Point Formed, 1938
In the words of J.C. Jensen "We have functioned barely a year and as the first Council we feel at this date, that justifiable pride can be taken in the solvency of the village finances, and in the local improvements that have been carried out. We do not claim infallibility but we have sincerely tried to provide the greatest good for the greatest number. We feel a pride in our village. We hope that it may grow more beautiful, become ever more conscious of the civic pride and truly be a community of which the younger growing generation can always look back to as a sphere of pleasant memories. Our aim is to foster the feeling beyond our confines, that we need them as well as their need of us."