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I just happened upon The Guest Hus Motel. A likable fellow, Tom that I met at the gas station suggested it. What a nice place! I was able to relax in this beautiful, reasonably priced room and therefore was refreshed the next morning to do...More
Response from Drue F, Owner at A Guest Hus Motel and Historic Knotty Pine CabinsResponded 12 May 2018
Bill! It was a delight visiting with you, and I am so happy that you enjoyed your stay with us and had a good skate the next day. Thanks, too, for the kind note and words! Hope to see you again, sometime.
We stayed one night while visiting Lanesboro. The rooms were clean and comfortable. Dru was very accomodating and helpful with local information. The location was easy to get to and we would stay here again if we are ever in the area.
I really can't say enough positive things about the Guest Hus Motel and Lanesboro in general. I have been coming on a regular basis for years. Drue and everyone in Lanesboro are super friendly and it's such a beautiful place to spend a few days....More
We can't say enough great things about this place. Drue the hostess is awesome - very helpful and has a garage she offers for storing bikes when not riding which was a nice perk! When we arrived we parked our vehicle and either walked or...More
We have stayed here many times and are always happy with our room. We are made to feel at home and the Rose room is decorated in the rose theme, including fresh roses from the garden. We can access the Root River bike trail, leaving...More
Hey, Thanks for the question! The cabins do not have fire pits, and we have never had this request before. However, I spoke with my husband Ralph, and we would be okay with having you bring your portable pit, for a trial... More
Hey, Thanks for the question! The cabins do not have fire pits, and we have never had this request before. However, I spoke with my husband Ralph, and we would be okay with having you bring your portable pit, for a trial run. So, in short, yes, you may. Thanks, Drue
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