Minnesota Bed and Breakfast

Staying at a bed and breakfast in Minnesota might prove the perfect escape. Whether you are seeking a quiet retreat, a romantic getaway, or lodging to act as a hub for adventure, you are sure to find it in the North Star State.

Minnesota Bed and Breakfast

$139.00 - $479.00

Experience The St. James A luxury historic hotel in Red Wing, Minnesota set amid the iconic Mississippi River and majestic bluffs. An effortless scenic drive from the bright lights and big cities, yet truly a world away. We have been family owned and operated since opening our doors in 1875. With just three owners over 140 years, a family presence and spirit is our common thread and commitment. Nestled in a charming town that offers authentic tradition blended with contemporary sophistication and genuinely enthusiastic customer service.

COME AS A GUEST. LEAVE AS FAMILY. Our beautiful Bed & Breakfast was built in 1902 and holds over a century of character, memories, and stories. Its five unique suites/rooms offer comfortable, cozy accomodations and curated experiences that will make you want to stay forever. Located in downtown historic Wabasha, in Bluff Country near the Mississippi River where outdoor adventures await you. Join us for a weekend or weekday of relaxation and adventure in the bluffs, riverbeds, and forests of beautiful Southern Minnesota. We are Minnesota's ONLY B&B and Brewery! Chosen as Minnesota's BEST B&B 2021 and Brewery, Hoppy Girl Brewing.

Afton House Inn Bed & Breakfast Hotel is located in Afton, MN, has been rated #4 in the Metro Area for most Romantic Places to stay. The Afton House Inn offers fine and casual dining, meeting rooms, and 25 beautifully decorated Jacuzzi and fireplace suites. We have 3 Restaurants on site for your dining choices. Fine Dining, Casual Dining and Bar, and Swirl Wine Bar. - CURRENT and Swirl Wine Bar both have outdoor Patios for summer dining. www.AftonHouseInn.com www.CURRENTrestaurant.com www.SwirlMyWine.com

The Green Heron Bed and Breakfast is an all-season, traditional bnb. We are truly in "Minnesota's Nature". Our inn sets on the shores of beautiful Pokegama Lake, (which is connected to the Mississippi River), and we have lots of non-motorized toys and water craft to get you out there to play, as well as room for mooring your own boat. We're surrounded by hiking, skiing, biking, atv and snowmobile trails. There is a premiere golf course just up the road and two more just a few minutes away. Unique shopping, beautiful performing arts center, restaurants, breweries and wine bar are located just 10 minutes away. While here, we'll serve you delicious home cooked breakfasts, and provide a daily "happy hour". You can schedule on-site couples massages, play pickleball, birdwatch, cozy up by the fireplace or roast marshmallows at the firepit on the beach. Perfect for romantic getaways, business travelers looking for a break from hotels, hockey grandparents (love the game, but not the team lodging), nature enthusiasts craving the fresh air and quiet, and if you book both rooms...families.

The sun speaks to you from the shores of Lake Superior — silently, but surely, it calls out to you with countless diamond flashes. It captures you. Comforts you. Quiets you. This is Solglimt — the sun on the water — and no other Duluth bed and breakfast offers a more intimate experience on Lake Superior’s shores. Right here in Canal Park, our Duluth Inn brings you to the water’s edge in a way you might only expect to find halfway around the world. Solglimt, our Duluth Minnesota inn, is an intimate escape on a seven-mile strip of sand reaching towards Lake Superior’s clear blue — a place where you restore yourself and each other.

The Como Lake Bed & Breakfast is a 5 star rated Inn which sits on the crest of a hill overlooking historic Como Lake. It is three miles from downtown St. Paul and nine from Minneapolis. Its location in a safe and quiet residential neighborhood close to bus lines and a convenient 20 minute drive from the airport affords our guests convenience coupled with peace and privacy. Street parking is right out front. The three story Craftsman residence was built in 1915 by Elav Ericsson and fully restored by the Innkeeper, Carla Sherman in 2010. There are two guest rooms on the second floor and the entire third floor forms another suite perfect for a romantic getaway weekend. Guests will enjoy the comfortable sitting areas filled with Carla's eclectic collection of antiques. Whether you're in St. Paul for pleasure or business, to check out the area colleges or have a romantic evening, this charming residence will be your home away from home.

Water Street Inn is located in the beautiful Downtown Stillwater overlooking the Scenic St. Croix River. The Inn is perfect for a private function or a romantic getaway.

This Stillwater, MN bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Minnesota. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, tucked away on the edge of a park, surrounded by miles of gentle walking trails yet just minutes away from historic Stillwater and the St. Croix River. Truly the best of both worlds. PRIVACY… Each of our four suites offers double whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, private baths, large comfy beds, private porches, and a full hot award-winning breakfast delivered to you in the privacy of your room every morning. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Stillwater, Minnesota.

The Pillar Inn, Cold Spring, MN is located downtown and is within walking distance to shops and restaurants. Golf, lakes, and universities nearby. We would love to host your business meeting, girl getaways, small weddings...

Midwest Victorian charm is experienced at the Moulin Rouge House B&B. The 1886 Queen Anne Style home was beautifully restored between 2018-2021 by the incredible hosts, Kristin and Chris. Each of the 3 guest rooms is new and pristine with modern amenities. It is located in the historic Lincoln Park Neighborhood of downtown Mankato, Minnesota and is walking distance to restaurants, bars and the Convention Center. Experience biking, hiking and snowshoe trails, river kayaking, several local wineries and breweries and comfortable and inspiring accommodations.

This Clear Lake, IA bed and breakfast blends modern amenities with the charm and character of its Victorian roots. Located halfway between Des Moines, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minnesota just off of Interstate 35, the Inn is on half an acre of beautifully landscaped gardens. Nestled in the heart of Clear Lake, this historic home has four guest rooms with private attached bathrooms in the Main House and a one bedroom apartment, the Crow's Nest, above the two-stall garage. Three-course breakfast, whirlpool-style bathtubs, tastefully decorated and fully furnished bedrooms with a comfortable king or queen size bed, hotel quality bedding, and a breezy wrap around, screened-in porch. Larch Pine Inn is the perfect home base for all Clear Lake, Iowa has to offer - one block to the Lake, three blocks to downtown and two blocks to the iconic Surf Ballroom. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Clear Lake, IA.

Come to The Park Street Inn in beautiful Nevis, MN for an unforgettable getaway to the Park Rapids and Walker areas.

This Walker, MN bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Minnesota. Enjoy a homemade breakfast, and a large dining area and a magnificent open living room with fireplace. Our bnb in Walker provides free wireless Internet and air conditioned comfort throughout without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Walker, Minnesota.

A member of the MN B&B Association located in Osage MN

Member of the MN B&B Association

This Duluth, MN bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Minnesota. Our victorian bnb is renowned for its tradition of gracious hospitality and unobtrusive pampering. WiFi, lattes, homemade cookies, fresh flowers, breakfast in bed. Your friendly hosts, Jim and Joan, have 30 years experience and love helping their guests find restaurants, shopping, sight-seeing, outdoor pursuits, or whatever else brings you to Duluth. Delicious homemade breakfasts and coffee are our specialties!. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next delightful escape in Duluth, Minnesota.

A Member Of The MN B&B Association located in Duluth MN

This bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Minnesota. Enjoy a breakfast that is served at the Innkeepers discretion and relax in the living room with a good book, enjoy a board game in the dining room, or explore the lighthouse tower. The primary attraction in our dining room is the lighthouse’s original Fourth-Order Fresnel Lens. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing escape in Two Harbors, Minnesota.

Unique, intimate lodging for guests who want to stay in an authentic historic neighborhood in beautiful St. Paul, Minnesota. This historic Victorian mansion has been recently restored with a mix of original Victorian details, traditional decor, and modern conveniences.

This St. Paul, MN bed and breakfast offers 4 luxurious rooms and accommodations in MN Enjoy a breakfast and WiFi, and large TV.Our bnb in St. Paul provides king and queen beds without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today!Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in St. Paul, MN

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This Hankinson, ND bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in North Dakota. Enjoy a good breakfast, and private bathrooms, and boast jetted Jacuzzis. Our bnb in Hankinson provides private walk-out balony with south facing lake view and the 463 feet of private shoreline without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in Hankinson, North Dakota.

This Dell Rapids, SD bed and breakfast offers 4 luxurious rooms and accommodations in South Dakota. Enjoy a multiple-course, plentiful breakfast, and WiFi, and private bathrooms.Our bnb in Dell Rapids provides queen and king beds without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Dell Rapids, South Dakota

Westby House Inn prides itself as one of the most romantic places to stay in Wisconsin, offering a unique lodging experience different than traditional hotels. Each of our thoughtfully appointed guest rooms transports guests on a romantic getaway with all the comforts of home.Each of our accommodations includes free wireless internet, cozy bathrobes, a private bath, a color flat screen TV, and a gourmet breakfast in our formal dining room each morning.

Rated the #1 hotel in Wisconsin and the #7 small stay property in the US, the Stewart Inn is a luxury boutique hotel offering a traditional bed and breakfast experience. We invite you to stay with us when in Wausau and experience the romance, tranquility and inviting ambiance of our Inn. Your complete enjoyment, both inside the Inn and within the Wausau community, is our singular focus. The Stewart Inn is a beautifully restored and comfortably furnished 1906 Prairie style mansion designed by George Maher, one of the founders of the American Arts and Crafts movement. Featuring original chandeliers, sconces, decorative fireplaces and stained glass windows, the Stewart Inn is among the world’s most intact examples of George Maher’s architecture. The Stewart Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places in Wausau and was the first property in Wausau to be accepted on the Register. It is right downtown on the southwestern edge of the beautiful Andrew Warren Historic District where you will find the Cyrus Yawkey Museum and the Marathon County Historical Museum (both of which prominently feature George Maher’s architecture). We look forward to you staying at the Stewart Inn a downtown Wausau Hotel with Bed and Breakfast amenities.

Capturing the beauty of Wisconsin's Northwoods, our lakeside resort offers breathtaking, scenic views of Squaw Lake surrounded by a forest of pines and birch.

Grapevine Log Cabins is a Sparta, Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast located on a peaceful dairy farm in the beautiful Hidden Valley Region. All our cabins have modern bathrooms, fireplaces, and air conditioning. There is plenty of space to relax on the porch, cook out, and sit out by the fire pit under the stars. The area is well-known for great biking, and lots of other outdoor activities are available as well.

Retreat into the past with the comforts of today at Parkview Bed & Breakfast in Reedsburg Wisconsin's historic district. The inn is centrally located near many activities including biking, hiking, theater, historical sites, state parks, and more.

Dreams of Yesteryear Victorian Bed and Breakfast in Stevens Point, WI is just a couple of blocks from the banks of the Wisconsin River, and a few minutes stroll from historic downtown in the heart of Wisconsin.

Pinehurst Inn B&B is the recipient of the Best of the Best Award by Tripadvisor for two years in a row (2021 and 2022), ranking it in the top 1% of lodging in the world. It also has been named in the top 25 Inns and Bed & Breakfasts in the United States. Surrounded by pine trees and flower gardens, Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast is one of the best places to stay in Bayfield, WI. This beautiful 8-room inn offers charming eco-friendly accommodations and provides unparalleled lodging near Lake Superior. It’s just minutes from many Bayfield, Wisconsin attractions yet is a calm, peaceful escape. Guests enjoy comfortable rooms, delicious 3-course breakfasts, and much more.

Old Rittenhouse Inn is a Queen Anne Victorian home completed in summer of 1890 as a summer residence. Mary and Jerry Phillips purchased the home in 1973 and began running Wisconsin’s first Bed and Breakfast. The exterior of the house is a combination of native Lake Superior brownstone, creamery brick and shingles. Originally painted a dark green and shaded by massive pine trees, today it is more true to its “painted lady” architecture with a total of seven paint colors on the current version.

Welcome to the Fountain Chateau Bed & Breakfast in Hustler, Wisconsin - we offer a quiet, peaceful environment, wholesome food, and a staff committed to hospitality and service that will enhance the rejuvenation of mind, body, and spirit. The inn is the perfect place for your next wedding, business meeting, girlfriends' getaway, or romantic escape, and offers guests comfortable king and queen beds with private baths and full gourmet breakfasts from our on-site restaurant.

Regal Country Inn is the Charm of a New England Inn in the Midwest. Located on edge of the Historical Mining town of Wakefield, the Inn is your year-round gateway to the Porcupine Mountains. 4 seasons of activities within a short drive. 50's Ice Cream Parlour just down the hall.

Located on a peaceful hill close to the center of the downtown Wisconsin Dells River District, Bowman’s Oak Hill Bed & Breakfast offers romantic couples, honeymooners, and vacationers relaxing accommodations close to all that Wisconsin Dells has to offer. Pamper yourself with luxury in king and queen guest rooms or cabins with private Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces, Direct TV access, and full gourmet breakfasts. Our bed and breakfast is conveniently located close to all of the Wisconsin Dells area attractions. Or, if you’d rather spend the day walking the grounds surrounding our B&B, that’s just as wonderful. Our Wisconsin Dells rentals come with the luxury and peace that you’re looking for. Our 60’s-style ranch offers spacious lodging nestled amongst beautiful trees and safely hidden from the road, which allows you to feel like you’re staying at a Wisconsin Dells resort. If you have a small retreat or an upcoming wedding, our bed & breakfast and the surrounding grounds is the perfect location. We pride ourselves on providing our guests with top-notch service that’s both fast and friendly – we want you to come and visit us year after year. Our Wisconsin Dells cottage rentals are perfect for you and your loved one to get away for a few days and be free of all of the chaos of life.

Nestled in a quiet, peaceful coulee, our Sparta, Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast offers guests a relaxed, pet friendly country getaway in the heart of Wisconsin’s Driftless Region. We are located 30 miles East of La Crosse, 13 miles from Fort McCoy, 5 miles from Sparta Exit 25 off I-90 and 6 miles from the Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail. Since 1986, Innkeepers Don & Donna Justin have welcomed guests and day trip visitors with a passion for the outdoors year round. Awarded one of the top ten Eco-Luxury Inns from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, the property includes 50 acres of certified organic alfalfa and corn fields and 150 acres of oak savanna, prairie and woodland forest restoration.

"This Bayfield bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Winconsin. Enjoy a { a full breakfast, consisting of homemade muffins and breads, fresh fruit (local Bayfield fruits in season), hot entree and beverages. Our bnb in Bayfield provides mini-kitchen consisting of a microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker and dishes in all rooms and free wifi. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Bayfield, Winconsin."

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Minnesota

Pick a bed and breakfast in Duluth MN to explore the crown jewel of the state. Positioned on the shores of Lake Superior, the town acts as a gateway to the wild outdoors. North Shore is another town on the lake’s shoreline that is a favorite for those seeking winter recreation.

Lanesboro is situated in the state’s southeastern region beside the Root Valley River. It is a wonderful country getaway where you can enjoy fishing or floating the river in virtual tranquillity.  Outdoor lovers also flock to Grand Marais which is a favorite place to stay while you canoe and explore the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).

History buffs enjoy heading to the quaint town of Stillwater to participate in antiquing, dining out, and the changing of the fall foliage.

Rochester  is home to the highly respected Mayo Clinic. It is also a great place  to shop, dine, attend events, and peruse art galleries. For dining  opportunities, check out St Paul.


  • On May 11, 1858, Minnesota became the 32nd state in the United States.  Following the Civil War, settlers flocked to the area to farm and log.  The economy started to boom, and the state became known as the ‘milling  capital of the world’. The discovery of ore in the northern part of the  state also fueled its popularity. Sadly, the Great Depression pushed the  state into a dramatic economic downturn, and it would not recover until  after the World War. Soon, technology moved into Minnesota with early computer companies like Cray, Sperry Randy, and Control Data  taking up residence. The state’s Twin Cities also became a hub for arts  and culture.

  • Activities

  • Minnesota is an outdoor lover’s paradise. You can golf, bike, fish, and boat. In  Two Harbors, take the time to explore the breathtaking tiered waterfalls  at Gooseberry Falls State Park. You can bike, hike, and picnic.

    Red Wing is a lovely town on the banks of the Mississippi River. You can hike the trails that lead to the Barn Buff to soak up the outstanding city views. Explore the Pottery Museum of Red Wing to learn about the area’s diverse clay history. From the city, head west to the Welch Village Ski Resort for outdoor wintertime fun. Bird watchers will love Frontenac State Park.

    In Minneapolis shop at the famous Mall of America. If you love art galleries then check out the Minneapolis Institute of Art or the Walker Art Center. If you want to escape the big city then head to the southern area to explore Minnehaha Falls.

    In St Paul, take the time to explore the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory.  You’ll also want to check out the Minnesota State Capital. If you love animals then head to the Duluth Great Lakes Aquarium.

  • Natural Features

  • Minnesota is an amazing state filled with diverse natural features. You’ll find  acres of forestland, fields of wildflowers, evergreen trees, and  shimmering lakes filled with fish. Even the region underground is  amazing. In the town of Harmony, there is the Niagara Cave where you can hike deep underground to explore formations that were  created by Mother Nature millions of years ago. There is even an  underground stream that turns into a 60ft waterfall.

    The state is referred to as the ‘Land of 10,000 Lakes,’ but none of the smaller bodies of water stand out like the mighty Lake Superior. It is the largest freshwater lake in the world, and it boasts a surface area of 31,700 square miles. You can explore Lake Superior from Minnesota with ease.

    Gooseberry Falls sits by North Shore which is located a little way north of Two Harbors. The amazing  waterfall is a sight to behold, especially after the spring snowmelt  when the waterfall turns into a stunning roaring beast. In the fall  months, tourists flock to the area to see the decision trees change  their foliage colors to brilliant hues of yellow, orange, and red. When  winter arrives, the falls start to freeze which creates a stunning  picture.

  • Things to do

  • In the city of Minneapolis, you’ll want to explore the historic district to soak up the unique architecture, explore the many shops, and grab a bite to eat. The original Main Street Historic District spans 10 blocks. At the Minnesota Capital in St. Paul, you can take tours Monday through Friday.

    Why not take the family to bike on the 42 mile Root River Trail. The paved roadway takes you through diverse landscapes. While riding, stop to explore the Mystery Cave which remains a crisp 48 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.

    In Duluth, explore Canal Park where you can view the 1900s Aerial Lift Bridge. If you are lucky,  you’ll see the historic bridge lift and close as it allows ships to  enter Lake Superior from the Mississippi River. From the city, you can also stop at the Jay Cooke State Park with diverse hiking, biking, and horse trails. In the winter it is a  favorite location for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.

  • Weather

  • Minnesota is well known for its cold winters and warm summers. During the summer  months, it is often warm and wet but when winter arrives, you can expect  freezing weather, snow, and wind. The state is prone to cloudiness with  much of the state shrouded in cloud cover at least half of the year.  The temperature averages 9 degrees Fahrenheit to 83 degrees Fahrenheit.  On occasion, it can dip to below -11 degrees Fahrenheit and then in the  summer the temperature has been known to top 92 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • Food and Drink

  • Located in the far north, Minnesota is well known for its Scandinavian cuisine. You’ll find plenty of  Swedish meatballs on menus across the street. Food such as rosettes,  krumkake, lingonberries, lefse, gravlax, and kransekake is also  exceedingly popular. Much of the state was also settled by German  immigrants who brought along their favorite recipes which remain  popular. Dishes like lebkuchen, Shoofly pies, bratwursts, stollen,  potato pancakes, larzipan, and gingerbread remain popular.

    The  state is also known for its juicy apples. Three apple varieties have  been developed which are Sweetango, Honeycrisp, and Haralson. All three  can survive the bitter winters of the state and flourish in the summer.

Minnesota Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • How can I get around Minnesota?

    Minnesota is a big state, so you’ll probably want to rent a car to get around  easily. You can ride an Amtrak train across the state if you want to  soak up the region’s vista such as the lush forestland and wide-open  prairies.

    In the  Twin Cities, there are ample public transportation options such as bus  service and light rail. You can even explore the city on foot or via a  bike.

    The state is a favorite  location for bike riders to explore the countryside. Many will pedal  hundreds of miles from town to town. The roadways are remarkably  bike-friendly.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Minnesota?

    Whether you are celebrating your elopement, planning romantic getaways, or a family vacation, you’ll want to consider staying at a bed & breakfast in Minnesota or a boutique hotel. The guest rooms range from Victorian beauties to modern decor. If you are vacationing with the family then  you might need larger accommodations so you should consider a guest house or carriage house to comfortably hold everyone.

    Typically, bed and breakfasts feature a dining room where you can enjoy breakfast or some even provide room service. When you check-in, be sure to ask the innkeeper if there is a full breakfast. You can also inquire about other amenities such as private bathrooms or a jacuzzi.

    Nowadays, many travelers are concerned about COVID-19 so be sure to ask the innkeeper about their precautionary steps and cleaning protocol.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a bed and breakfast in Minnesota?

    The wide assortment of b&bs in the state guarantee that you can  find accommodations to fit your unique needs. Do you want a private  entrance? Maybe you are traveling with Fido and need a pet-friendly  establishment. You’ll want to call ahead to ask about such amenities.  Many b&bs have rooms in the main house and then guest houses. This is especially true of Victorian homes.

    Many bed and breakfasts feature a private entrance, private baths with soaking tubs, whirlpool, in-room Wi-Fi, daily linens, and a gourmet breakfast. You can also find rooms with a shared hot tub or a private hot tub in your room.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Minnesota?

    Are you on the hunt to find the best bed and breakfast in Minnesota? If you plan on exploring the entire state then why not book a B&B in every location.  You can pick a historic bed and breakfast in Minnesota or go for a more modern boutique hotel.

    If you are craving something unique then head for the Round Barn Farm located in Duluth. The unique establishment is a perfect wedding location. A favorite bed and breakfast in North Minnesota, the lodging choice features 35 peaceful acres where you can escape if you are seeking a tranquil location.

    The St James Hotel is in Red Wing. The luxurious hotel offers views of the bluff and the Mississippi River. The historic Bed and Breakfast in Minnesota can trace its history back 150 years. Mark Twain and Bob Dylan both  stayed at the hotel.  At the establishment in you in the heart of the historic downtown.

    The AG Thomson House is in the Historic Congdon Mansion District. Each guest room features modern conveniences set in a luxurious setting. The lovely bed and breakfast in Central Minnesota is the ideal romantic setting.

    If you plan on staying in Bluff Country along the Root River then check out the Habaerstad House. Built in 1897, the breathtaking Queen Anne Victorian has guest rooms with private baths.

    There are many styles of Minnesota bed and breakfasts to pick between. Be sure to pick an area to narrow your search.