6 thoughts on “Coldwell

  1. We LOVED The Coach House! Beautiful immaculate rooms, lovely Amish-style quilts on bed, and we heard from others that the meal provided was amazing! There is a path out back that leads right from the motel through the forest to the lake, where you can sit on a romantic iron bench and watch the wild life. Very reasonable rates. loved it!

    • Sean you are the KING at creating FEEL GOOD posts! So gnourees with your kudos’ and always offering just good ol’ fashioned advice! I LOVE reading your posts because your genuine, authentic need to help comes across loud and clear! I, my friend, would do ANYTHING you ask!Cheers and thanks so much for being the wonderful man that you are!

  2. Port Coldwell actually predates Jackfish and the CPR. It is also a true ghosttow in the sense that there are no longer ANY residents living at in the village proper. It was established in 1878 by two scandinavians. At its height (1910-1950) Coldwell counted 2 stores, a station, school, a small mission church, a station, siding and water tower, CPR section houses and the 2-3 fishing companies. At its height about 200-250 lived here. There are many foundationa and a cemetery in Coldwell.

  3. coldwell is originally a small fishing village dating back to 1900-1940′s thiers still a few people who live here but is basically a old fishing village. in its hay day, trains use to stop and be loaded with fresh fresh bound for toronto and winnipeg, thiers a nice creek/waterfall running thru the main landing site, a shallowish harbour with great fishing, a few almost sunk fishing boats and a majestic cliff approx 250 ft high for cliff diving (water is 60 ft deep)

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