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We spent several days at the Museum Cottage and highly recommend it. It is spacious and includes a full kitchen, up-to-date bathroom, and other amenities needed for a lengthy stay. Outdoor recreational opportunities are nearby such hiking, biking, waterfalls and other sights to visit. The...More
Susan Larson's beautiful home on a historic property, bordering two lakes, proved to be a delightful 2-night stay. The only minor drawback is the lack of a quality, decent restaurant in the local area.
Our "Paulson Room" faced the lake on the property, which is...More
Susan offers 2 exquisite B&B rooms each with a private lake view deck and a cozy, romantic cottage with a fireplace. We stayed in both the cottage and a B&B room. Both were comfortable and beautifully furnished. Susan has has the perfect ability to be...More
My husband and I had a wonderful evening at the Au Train Lake B&B celebrating our 15 year anniversary. We enjoyed Susan's muffins and her wonderful stories and mannerisms. The setting is beautiful and only enhanced by the beautiful rooms in the B&B. Breakfast was...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience. Our spacious second floor room had two views, one of Paulson Lake and from the balcony, Au Train Lake. Imagine the quietness of the surrounding forests with the sounds of loons and many other species of bird serenading you...More
I usually go up to Ontario to collect thin round rocks... kind of hamburger shaped to stack for some crafts. I know there are rocky beaches, are there rocks about four inches wide and an inch or less thick in that area also along the shore of Lake Superior?
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"The Museum Cottage is an excellent choice for couples!"