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Fitger's Inn
— Duluth, MN
Feel pampered by classic European-style service,...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 62 room(s)
$130 - $370
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The Cotton Mansion
— Duluth, MN
Four blocks from Lake Superior in the historic...  Read More
  • 7 room(s)
$135 - $265
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A.G. Thomson House
— Duluth, MN
A Dutch Colonial Revival with a delightful...  Read More
$199 - $319
Bed and breakfast inns near Duluth
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Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast
— 20 miles  NE Two Harbors, MN
  • 4 room(s)
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Old Rittenhouse Inn
— 59 miles  E Bayfield, WI
Two historic Queen Anne mansions, a guest house...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$140 - $335
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Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior
— 87 miles  NE Lutsen, MN
At this iconic property on the North Shore of...  Read More
  • 60 room(s)
$119 - $179

Duluth Bed and Breakfast Inns

Duluth bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Duluth, Minnesota bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Blanketed white in winter and the warmest green in summer, Duluth, a city in the state of Minnesota offers many vacation opportunities all year round. If you desire one of the best getaway experience ever, Duluth has plenty to put forward which includes its lush green forest, perfect for camping, hiking, and family picnics, and its amazing Lake Superior water activities that can really make you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. If you want to spend the whole weekend, stay in any of the Duluth bed and breakfast inns which can be found in and around the city for that perfect Duluth experience. Do not leave without making a trip on the world's largest freshwater lake -- Lake Superior which boasts of more than 300 shipwrecks including the famous Edmund Fitzgerald. Aside from the lake, other Duluth attractions include theaters, museums, harbor cruises, and a freshwater aquarium. By A.G. Thomson House.

Duluth bed and breakfast guests are surprised by the fact that Duluth is hundreds of years old, with cobbled streets and mansions built by grain barons and mining tycoons. Duluth is rich with the cultures and heritage of the Objibwe people and ships from a world away slipping silently into Duluth's Canal Park. Stay long enough at your Duluth bed and breakfast to fully enjoy Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, "a liquid blue horizon that kisses the sky." Ride the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad for a ninety minute scenic excursion. There's also a zoo in Duluth and the Edge Waterpark for kids. By The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast.

There were more millionaires per capita in Duluth, Minnesota at the turn of the century than any other U.S. city. Just blocks from the shores of Lake Superior--the world's greatest freshwater wonder. Visit grain baron George G. Barnum's mansion which is now The Firelight Inn. By The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast.

More books to read before you come to Duluth - House of Stone: The Duluth Benedictines by Mary R. Boo, By The Ore Docks: A Working People's History of Duluth, Duluth's Legacy, Vol. 1 Architecture, Leatherheads of the North: The True Story of Ernie Nevers and the Duluth Eskimos, Trackside around Duluth 1957-1960 with Wayne C. Olsen, Daniel Duluth: Explorer of the Northlands, Twin Ports by Trolley; The Streetcar Era in Duluth_Superior. There's something interesting in Duluth for every type of bed and breakfast traveler. By The Cotton Mansion.

Just reading titles to books about Duluth, Minn. will surprise you as to the depth and history of the town, even if you happened to grow up in Duluth. For pure tourism try 101 Things to Do in Duluth & North Shore. But I really like this because it's oh so much about the state! David Perkins: Duluth Fish Decoys. Although there are other a bit more contemporary novels, you might want to start with Gore Vidal's Duluth.History includes The Duluth: South Shore & Atlantic Railway: A History of the Lake Superior District's Pioneer Iron ore Hauler (Railroads Past and Present), Lynchings in Duluth, Duluth: Sketches of the Past; a bicentennial Collection, Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range Railway, Duluth; An Illustrated History of the Zenith City,A Voyage on Lake Superior in 1826. A Trip to Duluth in 1902; Duluth, Minnesota - Images of America (2001), Picture Duluth, Duluth: Then & Now - postcards,Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific in Color, Duluth Minnesota Lift Bridge Journal, Duluth Grill Cookbook, A Night in Duluth, Making Waves: Grassroots Feminism in Duluth and Superior, Duluth Portfolio 1995 by Blacklock and Blacklock, Duluth: The City and the People. By Ellery House.

With nicknames of City on the Hill and Emerald City, one can expect Duluth, Minnesota to be very scenic. Indeed, this St. Louis County city lives up to such expectation, which is why Duluth bed and breakfast inns are such lucrative businesses. Almost eight miles away is Spirit Mountain, one of the best skiing and snowboarding areas in the state that also provides a great view of Lake Superior. A trip back in time is what the Glensheen Estate, a historic site, offers to visitors. Those who like hiking in a natural and rugged environment can try the Park Point Nature Trail or the Willard Munger State Trail. At downtown Duluth, see the Leif Erickson Park and Rose Garden. From the park, take a short ride and take pictures of the century-old Aerial Lift Bridge over the canal entrance to the Duluth Harbor. The S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum is nearby. By Olcott House Bed & Breakfast.

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