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We arrived to a wine and cheese greeting. Our room, Heather room, is based on a Scottish theme, was lovely. Dave and Nancy are some of the nicest people we have ever met. The breakfast part of the bed and breakfast was exceptional. Of course,...More
My husband and I spent a night in the Habberstad's Scandinavian room on a Monday evening, at the tail end of a trip to Minnesota's river country. What a treasure innkeepers Dave and Nancy have created in this utterly charming 1897 Victorian. Beautiful grounds, comfortable...More
Two couples spent two nights here, Sept 22 & 23. We used Trip Advisor to pick from among several good B&Bs in Lanesboro. We were pleased with the hospitality of the innkeepers, quality and variety of the breakfasts, and the accommodations. *Editorial Comment: I've seen...More
My husband and I decided to do an overnight at a B&B in Lanesboro in order to take in some of the small town's charm and character and bike along the Root River Trail. We initially booked with Habberstad's lead competitor, but after some very...More
We had a wonderful three night stay in the Carriage House. Such a beautiful, comfortable, and clean space. Comfortable bed, roomy jacuzzi tub, strong shower, great WiFi signal, gorgeous landscaping, and such delicious food! Everything Nancy and Dave served was a piece of art but...More
Response from Elaine E | Property representative |
Yes, the Amish Suite on our third floor has two double beds. It also has a sitting area with a TV and a small round table and four chairs which works well for playing card and board games.
Thanks for asking!
The bike trail goes right through the middle of town, with several places to rent bikes and helmets etc. if you haven't brought your own. This is circa 1 mile from Habberstad house… we drove our car into town then, and... More
The bike trail goes right through the middle of town, with several places to rent bikes and helmets etc. if you haven't brought your own. This is circa 1 mile from Habberstad house… we drove our car into town then, and parked near the bike rental. Easy to do.
If you have your own bike, it's an easy ride… basically pretty flat, no major hills, from Habberstad house to where you can pick up the trail. (FYI, going east not too many miles on the bike trail you get to a wonderful little town that has a great place that makes and sells pies…. check it out. A great destination to go to… eat, then turn back to home for a nice afternoons or mornings rides.
RE: the sleeping bag on the floor? Physically it would probably fit, but you'd best check with the owners.