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We stayed in the historic knotty pine cabins #3 and it was cozy and very CLEAN! The sheets were crisp and clean and the bedspread was too. The seating outside was great overlooking the back yard and the neighborhood. Storage area for bikes with a...More
A girlfriend and I stayed there this past weekend (July 22, 2017) Our room was really cute and immaculately clean. We had our two dogs traveling with us and they were warmly welcomed. The owner is a charming sweet lady who made our stay especially...More
We stayed here this summer and were pleased with the room and the warm hospitality. It was great for our small family. My daughter and I stayed here again last week in a different room. We frequent Lanesboro a few times a year and this...More
This is a unique motel, more like a B and B, except no breakfast. It is a quaint house in a small town near the Root River Rail to Trail. The hostess, Drue, is warm and welcoming and provides everything you could possibly want. We...More
My husband and I stayed at A Guest Hus back in the early 90s when we biked in Lanesboro. After too long of a hiatus from biking and weekend trips, we returned to Lanesboro and A Guest Hus in 2015, and again this summer. As...More
Hey, Thanks for the question! The cabins do not have fire pits, and we have never had this request before. However, I spoke with my husband Ralph, and we would be okay with having you bring your portable pit, for a trial... More
Hey, Thanks for the question! The cabins do not have fire pits, and we have never had this request before. However, I spoke with my husband Ralph, and we would be okay with having you bring your portable pit, for a trial run. So, in short, yes, you may. Thanks, Drue
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"There is no breakfast here so you will need to plan your meals elsewhere."