Minnesota bed and breakfast
Enjoy a Minnesota bed and breakfast during any season. Summertime at a bed and breakfast in or near Minneapolis can include all day entertainment.
During the warm days enjoy boating, canoeing, water skiing or descend upon fishing hotspots to do battle with the mighty walleye on any of the 10,000 lakes such as Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Lake Minnetonka or tee up at championship golf courses. Minnesota is also host to the world's largest tub of fresh water- Lake Superior.
Bed and Breakfast in Minnesota can be enjoyed all bundled up in the winter months as well. Minnesota has a vast network of more than 15,000 miles of meticulously groomed snowmobile trails or drop your line for some relaxed ice fishing. Whether you prefer fast technical lines or long cruising runs, Minnesota ski areas offer a mixture of terrain to keep every level of skier challenged. Lutsen, Duluth Spirit Mountain, or Bemidji's Buena Vista Ski Area, one of the oldest ski resorts in Minnesota. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, sleigh rides, and ski and snowboard competitions are just a few of the other ways to embrace the beautiful white of snow in a Minnesota bed and breakfast.
Shopping is a four-season activity! Minnesota has an amazing array of shopping opportunities, starting with "the mall of them all", Mall of America or upscale shopping along Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis but don't forget to stop by the Minnesota History Museum. Shopping in Minnesota can make a person hungry to fine dine at any of the restaurants in St. Paul, Duluth, Stillwater, Red Wing or Rochester home of the famous Mayo Clinic. Then take in a show at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud or Gutherie Theater. In fact, the Twin Cities is one of the most vibrant performing arts communities outside of New York City.
Minnesota bed and breakfasts will often offer packages so be sure to ask your friendly MN bed and breakfast innkeeper.
Winner of 2014 Best of State for Rooms was Rivertown Inn.
Minnesota B&B Associations