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I was looking for a get-away oozing with charm and a friendly atmosphere to take my cute little wife. We were very fortunate to pick the Pratt Taber Inn in Red Wing. Our hostess Deb was very gracious and has an infectious laugh. She made...More
This was my first visit to a B & B and I must say, Deb has set the bar extremely high. The craftsmanship of the Inn and it's decor is absolutely stunning. Warm brownies outside your room at night, to a pot of coffee waiting...More
My wife and I stayed with Deb at the Pratt-Taber for our anniversary. We have stayed in other B&Bs and this stay had to be one of our best. The house is tastefully renovated without losing the character of the period. Deb is a wonderful...More
If you think the website makes the Pratt Taber seem too good to be true, sorry, it really is all it advertises. We had a lovely, relaxing time at the Pratt Taber Inn and felt so welcome. This place does have "good energy" and somehow...More
Deb is a most warm and welcoming inn-keeper. She made us feel at home right away, showed us around, etc. She joined us for chat with us both late afternoon over a glass of wine and again just after breakfast. We had a great breakfast...More
I don't know the availability, please call the Inn directly. I do know there are 4 rooms total, 3 with queens (I think) and one with 2 twins. You can get a roll out bed too, I believe. All rooms are one open room with areas... More
I don't know the availability, please call the Inn directly. I do know there are 4 rooms total, 3 with queens (I think) and one with 2 twins. You can get a roll out bed too, I believe. All rooms are one open room with areas for seating, but not separated. Each room has it's own bathroom.
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