Wabasha, MN, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Wabasha

Bedroom
Excellent
18 reviews
Bedroom
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceAmerican Eagle Bluff Bed & Breakfast has 2 suites along with 40 acres to offer you privacy and seclusion at it's finest. We are nestled atop our own private bluff top with 12 acres of gardens, virgin prairie, orchards and a pine forest. Our 1870 farmhouse has been carefully remodeled to offer you modern amenities, but retain the character and charm of a historic home. Our interiors are a mix of antiques, contemporary art, ethnic and funky finds. Along with your private room, we offer many different areas in the house to relax and unwind. A private library for one is a favorite hideaway. Outside, Adirondack chairs abound, along with a porch swing, hammock and a myriad of benches throughout the grounds. Come relax the day away! Guest AccessOur guests have their own private room and bath. Enjoy use of the entire house, gardens, along with private wooded areas and forest. A private observation deck for bird watching and relaxing is a short walk from the house. Use of the kitchen is limited to a microwave, refrigerator, dishes and utensils. Actual cooking is not allowed per our licensure. Many guests bring wine, cheese and bread and enjoy a dinner on the Adirondacks overlooking THE VIEW! Interaction with GuestsWe pride ourselves in giving our guests as much privacy and freedom as possible. After check in at our main house, we will then escort guests up a quaint and winding country road to the bluff house. We will orientate you around the house and grounds and then leave you to relax and do as you will. We will arrive the following morning to help you greet the day with a fabulous breakfast! The NeighborhoodWe love sharing the best of nature with our guests on our private bluff. We offer unparalleled views of the Mississippi and Chippewa River Valleys. The historic village of Reads Landing is right below us and boasts a local brewery, along with a fabulous antique and jewelry shop. . Other Things to NoteWe are minutes away from major points of interest in the area. The area offers the National Eagle Center, our own local brewing company as well as a personal kayak tour company. Spend the day shopping or at a spa, a top rated golf course or just relax and enjoy the peace and quiet at American Eagle Bluff.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceView of the river valley from a ~4500 sq ft home on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. Guest AccessThe house and yard. Interaction with GuestsMeet and interact with Airbnb hosts, users, and other community members. The point of sharing sites, including AirBnB, is to meet people and enjoy experiences. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood adjacent the golf course. Good restaurant at the golf course club house. Getting AroundHiawathaland Transport available for on demand bus service. We can also help with transportation on a time permitting basis. Abundant free parking at the house. (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteThis is not a solicitation to provide lodging. This is a social gathering, a basic human right, affirmed by the First Amendment right to Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech. You can also find this house gratis on CouchSurfing for short term visits, without the added value Airbnb provides. This is a private residence, not "lodging" which the City of Wabasha defines as "furnishing for a consideration of lodging at a hotel, motel, tourist court, municipal campground, houseboats, bed and breakfast, resort, and rooming house other than the renting or leasing of such a premises for a continuous period of 30 days or more to the same occupant." Airbnb is a great example of Freedom of Speech. Visitors learn a lot about an area that isn't on brochures. Airbnb is also a great example of Freedom of Association, which is an intrinsic human right, both as a individual right and a collective right, guaranteed by all modern and democratic legal systems, including the United States Bill of Rights, article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and international law, including articles 20 and 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and Conventions 87 and 98 of the International Labor Organization. Some cities and other municipalities try to claim that the people living within their boundaries don't have these basic human rights, simply due to those rights being asserted using Airbnb. Considering that the only nations that don't allow Airbnb are Syria, Iran, and North Korea, all of which have horrific human rights violations, it seems safe to say that municipalities that are attempting to deny these rights to individuals will be on the wrong side of history, much like people who once told Rosa Parks she should just take a seat in the back, rather than refuse to be owned and subjugated by politicians and bureaucrats. If individuals don't have the freedom to associate with others in their own private homes, where do they have that right? As the President of the United States recently stated in his speech, Airbnb is fundamentally a social media and reputation tracking site. Social media is NOT lodging. Wabasha City officials were very concerned by rumors and speculation that visitors met through Airbnb may be welcomed with "fresh baked cookies," or that Airbnb somehow magically turns a private home into a "bed and breakfast," so they filed criminal charges, and a jury trial was scheduled. Yes, this is the type of issue the City Officials in Wabasha force taxpayers to fund to litigate. It was to be an interesting trial, with the City of Wabasha possibly needing to call the Cookie Monster as an expert witness regarding any alleged fresh baked cookies, until a settlement was reached. This area has very little crime, yet a few years ago local politicians forced taxpayers to build and finance a new nearly $22M criminal justice center that they are now attempting to justify to irate taxpayers. Building the CJC has resulted in exceptionally high property tax rates, compared with other counties and cities in the state. Increasing the caseload is one way to attempt to justify the facility, and bringing cases to court that are without malice and without proof is one way to accomplish that. Fortunately, most people aren't falling for that tactic. I'm not a lawyer, but here are a couple of legal rulings that seem to affirm that a right, such as the right to peacefully associate at a private home, is not subject to license or government approval are: “No state shall convert a liberty into a license, and charge a fee therefore." (Murdock v. Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105) “If the State converts a right into a privilege, the citizen can ignore the license and fee and engage in the right with impunity." (Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham, Alabama, 373 U.S. 262) Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham was a case in which the Supreme Court struck down a Birmingham, Alabama ordinance that prohibited citizens from holding parades and processions on city streets without first obtaining a permit. Birmingham's ordinance was ruled unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court. This seems VERY similar to what the City of Wabasha was attempting by claiming residents need a permit, and threatening residents with litigation and possible jail time, to peacefully have Airbnb visitors to their private homes. It seems that the Big Bad Wolf of Wabasha Officials is back in its cage now, after a lot of huffing and puffing, but no blowing any house down. Short term Airbnb visitors will result in funds being donated to a 501(c)3 organization, often, but not limited to, those organizations that provide legal representation to disadvantaged individuals who face harassment and abuse from government. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Institute for Justice, ACLU, and the Fully Informed Jury Association are good organizations that help people who may not have the resources to fight abusive government. So, what are you getting by making contact through Airbnb, rather than using other sites that are available gratis? Airbnb users receive the following items. It seems obvious to most people, but City of Wabasha Officials don't seem to understand that these items are NOT LODGING: 1) The assurances, reputation management, and privacy services of Airbnb. 2) The ability to make contact through the secure Airbnb platform and exchange personal information and URLs. 3) The ability to express yourself through creative writing of reviews on Airbnb. Reviews seem to be of particular interest to City of Wabasha officials who read them profusely with their abundant free time. City officials apparently seek to stifle freedom of speech and creativity. I'm a big advocate for freedom of speech, freedom of association, individual freedoms, and creativity in general. I spent 20 great years living with and encouraging a very creative artist. Her legacy and wishes are a big part of why I choose to invite other interesting, creative, adventurous, and kind people to visit. I encourage Airbnb users to be very creative in review writing, in order to entertain Wabasha City Officials and other viewers. 4) A custom T-shirt. Note that clothing is exempt from sales tax in Minnesota. 5) Unlimited technical and graphic design consulting services during your visit. 6) Access to visit and enjoy/photograph the "Million Dollar View" that gets the property tax assessor so excited. 7) Stories about the interesting architecture and history of this home. 8) Free speech, by supporting peaceful resistance to government overreach into private homes. Since this is NOT LODGING, you should understand that there IS NO OFFER OR GUARANTEE OF LODGING IN EXCHANGE FOR CONSIDERATION. Any money exchanged is solely for non-lodging items. This is also not a restaurant or commercial food establishment and no money is exchanged for any food or beverage related items. This is a private home, where owners should have the freedom to welcome friends, family, and other visitors they choose.
Bedroom
Excellent
3 reviews
Bedroom
  • Breakfast
The SpaceThe Birch Room is a gorgeous and cozy room that is full of color and objet d'art. An antique queen size bed and large private bath with bathtub and shower are mere steps from your suite. The Birch Room overlooks several different gardens, our pine forest and virgin prairie. The bluff house offers several shared social spaces. A large sitting area with gas fireplace, a small library as well as a 3 season solarium are all available. Twelve acres of gardens and fruit orchards surround the house. After greeting and registering, guests are shown their suite, as well as given a small informal tour of the workings on the house and property. Breakfast is served the flowing morning. Nature. Nature. Nature. Guests should plan on driving their own vehicle as we are on top of a bluff. Guest AccessThe bluff house offers several shared social spaces. A large sitting area with gas fireplace, a small library as well as a 3 season solarium are all available. Twelve acres of gardens and fruit orchards surround the house. Interaction with GuestsAfter greeting and registering, guests are shown their suite, as well as given a small informal tour of the workings on the house and property. Breakfast is served the following morning. The NeighborhoodNature. Nature. Nature. Getting AroundGuests should plan on driving their own vehicle as we are on top of a bluff.
Bed & Breakfast
1br Bed & Breakfast
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Wetlands bedroom includes a queen size bed with closet space including 2 robes for use and ample space to move around the room. Your private bathroom with shower is less than 10 steps down the hall and includes toiletries like shampoo, conditioner, body wash liquid soap, toothpaste, ear plugs and more... We offer small fan and heater incase you like your room cooler or warmer than the entire house. Business travelers, economy travelers, and space to add an air mattress if traveling with a child or young adult. This room is on our 2nd floor. Guest AccessGuests have full use of all common areas of our home including the family living room, with cable TV, Netflix and plenty of DVD's. We have an amazing wrap around front porch with front and side access (using a key pad entry for after-hours). We offer a complimentary glass of wine or beer each night of your stay (21+age) Interaction with GuestsAs the owner and innkeeper, I live next door and am available from sunrise to 11:00pm and after hours if late arrival upon approval. The NeighborhoodWabasha, MN, is on the Mississippi River and home of hundreds of bird species and bald eagles. We have year round activities and since we are in the heart of down town, you can walk to most restaurants and activities. The National Eagle Center is located blocks away and we have a bowling alley and pizza a block away too. Just 8 miles away in Kellogg, MN, Lark Toys and their hand hard carved working carousal and mini-golf, fudge, toys, books, ice cream and more excitement. Coming in Spring/Summer 2016 is Turning Waters Brewing Company, where we will be brewing our own craftbeer!!!! Getting AroundWe have plenty of street parking and you can walk to most of the restaurants. We will offer complimentary limited bicycles for use while staying. Other Things to NoteWe have other rooms as well, but focus on our economy room for (URL HIDDEN) Check out our many Trip Advisor reviews
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Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis location has exceptional views of the river valley for miles and a ~4500 sq ft house that sits atop the Mississippi River Bluffs. Enjoy the view, conversation, a fun AirBnB experience, T-Shirt. Guest AccessThe house, yard. Interaction with GuestsWill be available or reachable. Enjoy welcoming visitors and discussing a variety of topics, sharing activities, enjoying this area. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood with golf course and ski area nearby. Other Things to NoteThis is not a solicitation to provide lodging. This is a social gathering, a basic human right, affirmed by the First Amendment right to Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech. You can also find this house gratis on CouchSurfing for short term visits, without the added value Airbnb provides. This is a private residence, not "lodging" which the City of Wabasha defines as "furnishing for a consideration of lodging at a hotel, motel, tourist court, municipal campground, houseboats, bed and breakfast, resort, and rooming house other than the renting or leasing of such a premises for a continuous period of 30 days or more to the same occupant." Airbnb is a great example of Freedom of Speech. Visitors learn a lot about an area that isn't on brochures. Airbnb is also a great example of Freedom of Association, which is an intrinsic human right, both as a individual right and a collective right, guaranteed by all modern and democratic legal systems, including the United States Bill of Rights, article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and international law, including articles 20 and 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and Conventions 87 and 98 of the International Labor Organization. Some cities and other municipalities try to claim that the people living within their boundaries don't have these basic human rights, simply due to those rights being asserted using Airbnb. Considering that the only nations that don't allow Airbnb are Syria, Iran, and North Korea, all of which have horrific human rights violations, it seems safe to say that municipalities that are attempting to deny these rights to individuals will be on the wrong side of history, much like people who once told Rosa Parks she should just take a seat in the back, rather than refuse to be owned and subjugated by politicians and bureaucrats. If individuals don't have the freedom to associate with others in their own private homes, where do they have that right? As the President of the United States recently stated in his speech, Airbnb is fundamentally a social media and reputation tracking site. Social media is NOT lodging. Wabasha City officials were very concerned by rumors and speculation that visitors met through Airbnb may be welcomed with "fresh baked cookies," or that Airbnb somehow magically turns a private home into a "bed and breakfast," so they filed criminal charges, and a jury trial was scheduled. Yes, this is the type of issue the City Officials in Wabasha force taxpayers to fund to litigate. It was to be an interesting trial, with the City of Wabasha possibly needing to call the Cookie Monster as an expert witness regarding any alleged fresh baked cookies, until a settlement was reached. This area has very little crime, yet a few years ago local politicians forced taxpayers to build and finance a new nearly $22M criminal justice center that they are now attempting to justify to irate taxpayers. Building the CJC has resulted in exceptionally high property tax rates, compared with other counties and cities in the state. Increasing the caseload is one way to attempt to justify the facility, and bringing cases to court that are without malice and without proof is one way to accomplish that. Fortunately, most people aren't falling for that tactic. I'm not a lawyer, but here are a couple of legal rulings that seem to affirm that a right, such as the right to peacefully associate at a private home, is not subject to license or government approval are: “No state shall convert a liberty into a license, and charge a fee therefore." (Murdock v. Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105) “If the State converts a right into a privilege, the citizen can ignore the license and fee and engage in the right with impunity." (Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham, Alabama, 373 U.S. 262) Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham was a case in which the Supreme Court struck down a Birmingham, Alabama ordinance that prohibited citizens from holding parades and processions on city streets without first obtaining a permit. Birmingham's ordinance was ruled unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court. This seems VERY similar to what the City of Wabasha was attempting by claiming residents need a permit, and threatening residents with litigation and possible jail time, to peacefully have Airbnb visitors to their private homes. It seems that the Big Bad Wolf of Wabasha Officials is back in its cage now, after a lot of huffing and puffing, but no blowing any house down. Short term Airbnb visitors will result in funds being donated to a 501(c)3 organization, often, but not limited to, those organizations that provide legal representation to disadvantaged individuals who face harassment and abuse from government. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Institute for Justice, ACLU, and the Fully Informed Jury Association are good organizations that help people who may not have the resources to fight abusive government. So, what are you getting by making contact through Airbnb, rather than using other sites that are available gratis? Airbnb users receive the following items. It seems obvious to most people, but City of Wabasha Officials don't seem to understand that these items are NOT LODGING: 1) The assurances, reputation management, and privacy services of Airbnb. 2) The ability to make contact through the secure Airbnb platform and exchange personal information and URLs. 3) The ability to express yourself through creative writing of reviews on Airbnb. Reviews seem to be of particular interest to City of Wabasha officials who read them profusely with their abundant free time. City officials apparently seek to stifle freedom of speech and creativity. I'm a big advocate for freedom of speech, freedom of association, individual freedoms, and creativity in general. I spent 20 great years living with and encouraging a very creative artist. Her legacy and wishes are a big part of why I choose to invite other interesting, creative, adventurous, and kind people to visit. I encourage Airbnb users to be very creative in review writing, in order to entertain Wabasha City Officials and other viewers. 4) A custom T-shirt. Note that clothing is exempt from sales tax in Minnesota. 5) Unlimited technical and graphic design consulting services during your visit. 6) Access to visit and enjoy/photograph the "Million Dollar View" that gets the property tax assessor so excited. 7) Stories about the interesting architecture and history of this home. 8) Free speech, by supporting peaceful resistance to government overreach into private homes. Since this is NOT LODGING, you should understand that there IS NO OFFER OR GUARANTEE OF LODGING IN EXCHANGE FOR CONSIDERATION. Any money exchanged is solely for non-lodging items. This is also not a restaurant or commercial food establishment and no money is exchanged for any food or beverage related items. This is a private home, where owners should have the freedom to welcome friends, family, and other visitors they choose.
Bedroom
Excellent
14 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceA private home on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. Interaction with GuestsMeet and interact with Airbnb hosts, users, and other community members. Other Things to NoteThis is not a solicitation to provide lodging. This is a social gathering, a basic human right, affirmed by the First Amendment right to Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech. You can also find this house gratis on CouchSurfing for short term visits, without the added value Airbnb provides. This is a private residence, not "lodging" which the City of Wabasha defines as "furnishing for a consideration of lodging at a hotel, motel, tourist court, municipal campground, houseboats, bed and breakfast, resort, and rooming house other than the renting or leasing of such a premises for a continuous period of 30 days or more to the same occupant." Airbnb is a great example of Freedom of Speech. Visitors learn a lot about an area that isn't on brochures. Airbnb is also a great example of Freedom of Association, which is an intrinsic human right, both as a individual right and a collective right, guaranteed by all modern and democratic legal systems, including the United States Bill of Rights, article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and international law, including articles 20 and 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and Conventions 87 and 98 of the International Labor Organization. Some cities and other municipalities try to claim that the people living within their boundaries don't have these basic human rights, simply due to those rights being asserted using Airbnb. Considering that the only nations that don't allow Airbnb are Syria, Iran, and North Korea, all of which have horrific human rights violations, it seems safe to say that municipalities that are attempting to deny these rights to individuals will be on the wrong side of history, much like people who once told Rosa Parks she should just take a seat in the back, rather than refuse to be owned and subjugated by politicians and bureaucrats. If individuals don't have the freedom to associate with others in their own private homes, where do they have that right? As the President of the United States recently stated in his speech, Airbnb is fundamentally a social media and reputation tracking site. Social media is NOT lodging. Wabasha City officials were very concerned by rumors and speculation that visitors met through Airbnb may be welcomed with "fresh baked cookies," or that Airbnb somehow magically turns a private home into a "bed and breakfast," so they filed criminal charges, and a jury trial was scheduled. Yes, this is the type of issue the City Officials in Wabasha force taxpayers to fund to litigate. It was to be an interesting trial, with the City of Wabasha possibly needing to call the Cookie Monster as an expert witness regarding any alleged fresh baked cookies, until a settlement was reached. This area has very little crime, yet a few years ago local politicians forced taxpayers to build and finance a new nearly $22M criminal justice center that they are now attempting to justify to irate taxpayers. Building the CJC has resulted in exceptionally high property tax rates, compared with other counties and cities in the state. Increasing the caseload is one way to attempt to justify the facility, and bringing cases to court that are without malice and without proof is one way to accomplish that. Fortunately, most people aren't falling for that tactic. I'm not a lawyer, but here are a couple of legal rulings that seem to affirm that a right, such as the right to peacefully associate at a private home, is not subject to license or government approval are: “No state shall convert a liberty into a license, and charge a fee therefore." (Murdock v. Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105) “If the State converts a right into a privilege, the citizen can ignore the license and fee and engage in the right with impunity." (Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham, Alabama, 373 U.S. 262) Shuttlesworth v. City of Birmingham was a case in which the Supreme Court struck down a Birmingham, Alabama ordinance that prohibited citizens from holding parades and processions on city streets without first obtaining a permit. Birmingham's ordinance was ruled unconstitutional by the US Supreme Court. This seems VERY similar to what the City of Wabasha was attempting by claiming residents need a permit, and threatening residents with litigation and possible jail time, to peacefully have Airbnb visitors to their private homes. It seems that the Big Bad Wolf of Wabasha Officials is back in its cage now, after a lot of huffing and puffing, but no blowing any house down. Short term Airbnb visitors will result in funds being donated to a 501(c)3 organization, often, but not limited to, those organizations that provide legal representation to disadvantaged individuals who face harassment and abuse from government. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Institute for Justice, ACLU, and the Fully Informed Jury Association are good organizations that help people who may not have the resources to fight abusive government. So, what are you getting by making contact through Airbnb, rather than using other sites that are available gratis? Airbnb users receive the following items. It seems obvious to most people, but City of Wabasha Officials don't seem to understand that these items are NOT LODGING: 1) The assurances, reputation management, and privacy services of Airbnb. 2) The ability to make contact through the secure Airbnb platform and exchange personal information and URLs. 3) The ability to express yourself through creative writing of reviews on Airbnb. Reviews seem to be of particular interest to City of Wabasha officials who read them profusely with their abundant free time. City officials apparently seek to stifle freedom of speech and creativity. I'm a big advocate for freedom of speech, freedom of association, individual freedoms, and creativity in general. I spent 20 great years living with and encouraging a very creative artist. Her legacy and wishes are a big part of why I choose to invite other interesting, creative, adventurous, and kind people to visit. I encourage Airbnb users to be very creative in review writing, in order to entertain Wabasha City Officials and other viewers. 4) A custom T-shirt. Note that clothing is exempt from sales tax in Minnesota. 5) Unlimited technical and graphic design consulting services during your visit. 6) Access to visit and enjoy/photograph the "Million Dollar View" that gets the property tax assessor so excited. 7) Stories about the interesting architecture and history of this home. 8) Free speech, by supporting peaceful resistance to government overreach into private homes. Since this is NOT LODGING, you should understand that there IS NO OFFER OR GUARANTEE OF LODGING IN EXCHANGE FOR CONSIDERATION. Any money exchanged is solely for non-lodging items. This is also not a restaurant or commercial food establishment and no money is exchanged for any food or beverage related items. This is a private home, where owners should have the freedom to welcome friends, family, and other visitors they choose.
house
3br house
    UST LISTED! The main house (to the currently rented guest House VRBO Listing #480979) is now taking reservations starting April 1st of 2016. Nestled between the small riverside towns of Alma and Nelson, Wisconsin, this home sits on the backwaters of the Mississippi. It is fully furnished and every detail of the house has been redone in the past few years. Whether you enjoy your evenings sitting by the fireplace, watching a movie on the big screen, socializing by the bar, listening to the trains roll through on the beautifully screened porch (overlooking the river), or spend it by the campfire - you will find a way to cozy in! You'll notice our modern decor with a cozy outdoor touch throughout the home keeping it very comfortable and inviting along with the beautiful landscaping you'll enjoy as you make your way around the property. With new owners taking over, you'll see every reason why we fell in love with the place! With plans to increase our sleeping capacity in the main home, stay tuned for large group availability soon. In the meantime, if you're looking for an escape for more than 4, check out our adjacent property (which is set up to sleep 6 comfortably) for availability and book them both!! As a guest here, you’ll have access to the water and use of our dock so that you can fish, swim, or just relax. A pontoon and jet ski will be available this summer to rent if you'd like to add some fun to your stay!
    hotel
    64br hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    We offer 14 different Themed Suites to our guests. We have something for everyone to do during the 4 seasons of Minnesota. We are located within walking distance to the downtown area. In the summer our guests can enjoy the Mississippi river, enjoy a round of golf at the scenic Bluffs golf course. They can take in a round of mini golf at Lark Toys, located just 6 miles south of us in Kellogg, MN. We have multiple antique shops located in the downtown area. In the winter guests can go bowling, snowmobiling, skiing, or just relax in our oversized pool, hot tub, and sauna area.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
      UST LISTED! The main house (to the currently rented guest House VRBO Listing #480979) is now taking reservations starting April 1st of 2016. Nestled between the small riverside towns of Alma and Nelson, Wisconsin, this home sits on the backwaters of the Mississippi. It is fully furnished and every detail of the house has been redone in the past few years. Whether you enjoy your evenings sitting by the fireplace, watching a movie on the big screen, socializing by the bar, listening to the trains roll through on the beautifully screened porch (overlooking the river), or spend it by the campfire - you will find a way to cozy in! You'll notice our modern decor with a cozy outdoor touch throughout the home keeping it very comfortable and inviting along with the beautiful landscaping you'll enjoy as you make your way around the property. With new owners taking over, you'll see every reason why we fell in love with the place! With plans to increase our sleeping capacity in the main home, stay tuned for large group availability soon. In the meantime, if you're looking for an escape for more than 4, check out our adjacent property (which is set up to sleep 6 comfortably) for availability and book them both!! As a guest here, you’ll have access to the water and use of our dock so that you can fish, swim, or just relax. A pontoon and jet ski will be available this summer to rent if you'd like to add some fun to your stay!
      Bed & Breakfast
      Bed & Breakfast
      • Wifi
      Turning Waters B&B is owned and operated by a local, someone who knows and cares deeply about their community. Keeping the natural area in mind, our rooms are decorated for anyone to feel warm and welcome from the River, Coniferous, Great Lakes, Prairie or Wetlands area surrounding the Mississippi River. Our five course breakfasts are made from organic, locally sourced ingredients and meats and many vegetables and herbs from our garden. Our signature baked goods are made from scratch and focus on your dietary needs and restrictions if any. We offer the best breakfast in the area. You will never leave our table hungry. Imagine arriving at our home and getting settled in by enjoying a complimentary beverage beer, wine, sparking water, juices, coffee, tea etc...and relaxing on our front porch or in our comfy living room. Then being able to walk to most restaurants & shops or walk out the back door to our brewery taproom coming soon in Spring 2017. If you prefer total relaxation, book a massage and enjoy a soak in the jacuzzi tub ( in River or Coniferous Suite). Either way, you will leave our home with a smile and full stomach, feeling like family and looking forward to your return. Wabasha, MN, is home of the " Grumpy Old Men Movies", National Eagle Center, Lark Toys and Annie's Caramels in nearby Kellogg, MN. See you soon! Brenda & Ford
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Gym
      • Parking
      The SpaceLarge Storage for recreational supplies and equipment. Interaction with GuestsAt the arrival and departure. On call questions on local events, or hotspots, etc. The NeighborhoodIt is a village of kind people, looking out for each other. Getting AroundNo public transit.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      Harbor View Suites, 736 4th St.W, Wabasha, has a beautifully quiet setting situated in the small town of Wabasha, MN. Harbor View Suites is located next to the DNR Boat Landing and the city’s harbor at Izak Walton Park. You’ll find the Mississippi River, Beach Park and Slippery’s Restaurant just a short 2-block walk or bike ride from HV. This listing is one of two Suites adjoined - Please look for "Harbor View Sunrise Pier 2" listing if you want to reserve both sides. EACH SUITE is fully furnished. The Kitchen area is fully equipped including a dining table for 4. The bedroom area has a queen-size bed and TV while the queen-size blowup mattress may be set up in the living area by the fireplace in five minutes; bedding and towels available. You have a whirlpool, cable TV (DVDs & VCR), gas fireplace/AC. Outdoors you have the use of the two shared decks with furniture, outdoor grill, campfire ring and log bench swing. There are many chairs and side tables on the deck that can be moved to the yard. Boat slips are available in the city harbor next to the property with a beautifully maintained boat landing - the best on this part of the River! You will love the friendly people of Wabasha, the shops and restaurants. The National Eagle Center is in Wabasha and well worth the visit! After you are done exploring you may want to take a drive across the Bridge to Wisconsin as well, taking note that the next river bridges are about 30 miles north and about 30 miles south of Wabasha. In early SPRING the ice on the river is breaking up and it's a sight to see! Barges start as soon as the entire river is open. SUMMER has its boating, hiking, biking, golf, fishing and bird-watching You can hire river tour guides that will show you the River, eagle nests and great fishing. Enjoy AUTUMN during ' SeptOber Fest' which is held every weekend from the second weekend in September to the last weekend in October. The colors on the bluffs are spectacular!!! WINTER also provides fun; Coffee Mill Ski area is nearby and the perennial ice fishing right in the harbor, so check out the Grumpy Old Men Festival in February! The River usually stays open where the Chippewa River enters the Mississippi just northwest of Wabasha. This entices many eagles to stay in the area all winter long. Frontenac State Park just north of Wabasha at Frontenac, MN is gorgeous for bird watching or hiking with it s views of Lake Pepin and the trails in the woods. Whatever you choose to do you will find great people to welcome you.
      Cabin
      1br Cabin
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      Open year-round! Nestled between the small riverside towns of Alma and Nelson, Wisconsin, The Great River Retreat Guest House sits on the backwaters of the Mississippi. What once was a day cabin with no running water or electricity to speak of, was completely remodeled in 2013. Every detail was considered, from the hand-scraped wood floors, the Amish rough sawn pine ceiling, the natural stone marble counter tops, the real stone slate surrounding the free-standing wood stove (there to keep you cozy on a cool night), to the screened-in deck with stunning views of the calm Mississippi backwaters and the trains passing by. You’ll feel like you just escaped into paradise. The cabin sleeps six people comfortably in it’s one bedroom and large loft area. Enjoy incredible views as the sun rises and sets, and watch as the fisherman and water skiers go back and forth during the day. You’ll also have access to the water and use of our dock so that you can fish, swim, or just relax. Experience what it’s like to stay at a truly unique place. (ask about availability of Pontoon or Jet Ski Rental) If this place seems a little to tight check out VRBO Listing: 821489 as this is the Main House adjacent to the property that is now available for rent.
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      This owner-occupied 500 square foot updated, warm condo with fireplace, full kitchen, leather sectional couch, king-size bed with two flat-screen TVs is the perfect romantic, weekend getaway. The deck outside is peaceful with picturesque views of the Mississippi River with comfortable patio seating and a high-end BBQ grill. There a number of dining options two to three blocks away. The National Eagle Center is down the street. The park and beach are also just steps away. 2 night minimum stay please. Great place all 4 seasons. During winter enjoy a small, cozy, warm getaway. Ski slopes are nearby. During the summer, see our are worth a thousand words. 600 Main Street West, #102, Wabasha MN For special occasions this winter, please call or text 507-273-1998 if you have questions.
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      The Great River Retreat (main house to the currently rented guest House VRBO Listing #480979) nestled between the small riverside towns of Alma and Nelson, Wisconsin, this home sits on the backwaters of the Mississippi. It is fully furnished and every detail of the house has been redone in the past few years. Whether you enjoy your evenings sitting by the fireplace, watching a movie on the big screen, socializing by the bar, listening to the trains roll through on the beautifully screened porch (overlooking the river), or spend it by the campfire - you will find a way to cozy in! You'll notice our modern decor with an inviting outdoor touch throughout the home keeping it very comfortable along with the beautiful landscaping you'll enjoy as you make your way around the property. Spring of 2016, we took the 3 car garage and workout room and turned it into a HUGE rec room for a great place for our groups to gather and entertain without ever having to leave the property! Included in the rec room is a custom made bar, dart board, pool table and a social nook with 3 comfy couches to hang out and enjoy. The room above the rec room is a bonus room with additional sleeping (3 fulls and 3 twin beds) to accommodate larger groups. If you're looking for an escape for larger groups check out our adjacent property (which is set up to sleep 6 comfortably) for availability and book them both!! As a guest here, you’ll have access to the water and use of our dock so that you can fish, swim, or just relax. A pontoon will be available during the summer to rent if you'd like to add some fun to your stay!
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      This newly furnished 4 BR home is located on the 2nd hole of the Bluffs @ Coffee Mill Golf Course. The home features panoramic view with a large walk around deck with screened and open porch. The main level has a sunny master suite with a king size bed and a 3/4 bath. The main floor has a large living room with a vaulted ceiling and a gas fireplace. The kitchen has counter seating for 4 around a large island and the dining room table will seat 10. Off the kitchen is a den with a built in office desk, a small gas stove, TV and sectional. Through French doors from the den, there is a three season porch where you can sit and enjoy a morning cup of coffee. Off this porch you can move to large wrap around deck with a gas grill and a large screened area with seating for 6. This overlooks the large backyard, Mississippi Valley bluffs and the golf course. The lower level has 3 large bedrooms with queen size beds. There is a full bath in the lower level. There is also a queen sofabed (air bed) in the lower level family room, a futon and a twin bed. On the main level, there's a full size laundry room with a washer and dryer.
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      Harbor View Suites, 736 4th St W, Wabasha, has a beautifully quiet setting situated in the small town of Wabasha, MN. Harbor View Suites is located next to the DNR Boat Landing and the city’s harbor at Izaak Walton Park. You’ll find the Mississippi River, Beach Park and Slippery’s Restaurant just a short 2-block walk or bike ride from HV. This listing is one of two Suites adjoined - Please look for "Harbor View Pier 2" listing if you want to reserve both sides. EACH SUITE is fully furnished. The Kitchen area is fully equipped including a dining table for 4. The bedroom area has a queen-size bed and TV while the queen-size blowup mattress may be set up in the living area by the fireplace in five minutes; bedding and towels available. You have a whirlpool, cable TV (DVDs & VCR), gas fireplace/AC. Outdoors you have the use of the two shared decks with furniture, outdoor grill, campfire ring and log bench swing. There are many chairs and side tables on the deck that can be moved to the yard. Boat slips are available in the city harbor next to the property with a beautifully maintained boat landing - the best on this part of the River! You will love the friendly people of Wabasha, the shops and restaurants. The National Eagle Center is in Wabasha and well worth the visit! After you are done exploring you may want to take a drive across the Bridge to Wisconsin as well, taking note that the next river bridges are about 30 miles north and about 30 miles south of Wabasha. In early SPRING the ice on the river is breaking up and it's a sight to see! Barges start as soon as the entire river is open. SUMMER has its boating, hiking, biking, golf, fishing and bird-watching You can hire river tour guides that will show you the River, eagle nests and great fishing. Enjoy AUTUMN during ' SeptOber Fest' which is held every weekend from the second weekend in September to the last weekend in October. The colors on the Bluffs are breath-taking!!! WINTER also provides fun; Coffee Mill Ski area is nearby and the perennial ice fishing right in the harbor, so check out the Grumpy Old Men Festival in February! The River usually stays open where the Chippewa River enters the Mississippi just northwest of Wabasha. This entices many eagles to stay in the area all winter long. Frontenac State Park just north of Wabasha at Frontenac, MN is gorgeous for bird watching or hiking with it s views of Lake Pepin and the trails in the woods. Whatever you choose to do you will find great people to welcome you.
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      Walk out onto your private patio and watch the river flow by, eagles fly by, and boats and kayaks cruise by. This condo is available year around, if you would rather leaf peak, golf at Coffee Mill up on the bluffs over looking the river, ski at the Coffee Mill, fish, ice fish, or just relax. Look up Wabasha to see what fun events are happening during the year. The condo has a queen in the private bedroom. The queen futon in the living area lets you wake up looking at the beauty of the river. The bathroom has a Jacuzzi shower. There is a full kitchen and outdoor grill on the patio, or there are restaurants and shopping within walking distance. Slippery's restaurant, home of the grumpy old men, is right next door. In addition to the river, visit the National Eagle Center and Lark Toys, or travel along the river to more quaint communities. The beach is sandy, there is a fire pit and a family beach right next to the condo. Fresh bedding and towels, kitchen utensils, and beach chairs are are included. (The condo is occupied when not rented.)
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      Two spacious lofts, a one and two bedroom, both newly renovated romantic getaways on the Mississippi River. Watch the eagles soar, enjoy the warmth of the large gas fireplace, cook in the gorgeous gourmet kitchen complete with a wine refrigerator and stone countertops. High ceilings, hardwood floors and exposed brick add charm and character to these lovely loft getaways. Enjoy beautiful water views up and down river and watch the eagles from the sofa or beds. State-of-the-art bathrooms are lovely. A steam shower and vessel sink all add to the ambiance of this fantastic unit! The two bedroom has two baths, one with a jetted tub the other with a steam shower and double footed tub. Keywords: Loft Condominium