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The Gates on Roblin
6945 Roblin Blvd Winnipeg Mb. Canada

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The sublime rural beauty of the Gates on Roblin is a serene setting for your wedding day. Boasting seven acres of manicured grounds on the Assiniboine River, this riverfront property is an amazing backdrop for your wedding ceremony, reception and photography.

Whether it's a formal sit-down dinner, an intimate cocktail and hors d'oeuvres reception, or a fabulous rehearsal dinner you are guaranteed the finest quality of food served with style and flair. Choose from a variety of tantalizing menus, specialty theme menus or customize your own menu.

Nestled on the banks of the Assiniboine River, and only seconds away from the bustling City of Winnipeg - The Gates on Roblin is a very special place.

Our experienced staff is here to assist you in planning for all your entertaining requirements including: lunch, dinner or Sunday Brunch for 6 to 60 guests in one of the Private Dining Areas in our newly renovated restaurant, or for larger events such as wedding receptions or sit-down dining events for up to 400 people in our new 6,400 square-foot Ballroom.

The Gates on Roblin located just minutes to the west of Winnipeg consists of a state-of-the-art, 400-person Ballroom along with an elegant Lounge, all on a sprawling seven-acre property.

The Gates also has one of the best patios in Winnipeg, as well as several intimate private dining rooms for group dining occasions.

Under new ownership and with a fresh new look, The Gates on Roblin provides world-class services, spectacular local cuisine, and unparalleled facilities to meet your every need.

A Brief History of
The Gates on Roblin

  In 1913, Fred Pugh, a researcher for the T. Eaton Company and an ardent horticulturist, bought The Gates (originally called Woodlands). Earlier, these seven acres of river property had been part of neighbouring farmland owned by the LeFlech family.

  For the next twenty-three years the property served as the Pugh’s summer cottage. Here countless friends and family visited each year, enjoying tennis, badminton, clock golf, and croquet, as well as wandering through the spectacular gardens and orchard. Mr. Pugh won numerous awards for his flowers and the fruit grown on the grounds of the estate.

  In 1936 the T. Eaton Company, Mr. Pugh’s employer of 38 years, replaced his summer cottage with a year-round family home as a retirement gift to Mr. Pugh. The Dutch Colonial house that still stands today became the permanent residence of the Pugh family. And today the house serves as the restaurant for The Gates on Roblin.

  In addition to gardening and photography, Fred Pugh researched the care and breeding of mink. His passion for photography has benefited the University of Manitoba’s archives as well as the Charleswood Historical Society with a wealth of photographs depicting the history of the area, including the trails used by aboriginal people to transport goods to Winnipeg. In 1947 Stewart Pugh bought Woodlands from his father and raised mink until the property was sold in the early 1950’s. [read more]

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