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Located just 4 blocks from downtown, this Inn was built by the founders of Red Wing Shoes. House is adorn with great woodwork and features charm, elegance, serenity, and comfort. Spectacular gardens and grounds. Many packages, specials and choices of venues for breakfast. Highest rated Inn in Red Wing. Four of the five rooms are suites. Four have fireplaces, four have Jacuzzis all have private baths. Breakfast available in your room--the only Inn in Red Wing offering this feature.
All reviews get away fire pit jr suite breakfast was delicious b bs separate sitting area bed and breakfast wonderful stay next morning only stayed one night whirlpool tub other guests sioux lanterns fireplace house yard
We really enjoyed the gas fireplace in Helen’s Suite. It was bitter cold the first couple of days of our visit, and we enjoyed hot cups of tea in front of the fireplace. Breakfasts were varied and very good. Our hostess, Sioux, was great and...More
We stayed here one night after a show at turtle lake casino. Sue greeted us and showed us around. The place is beautiful inside. Our room was a suite on the top floor. The bed was comfortable and although it was 90degrees outside we were...More
My wife and I were down in Red Wing for one night for a wedding. This was going to be our first night with both of us away from our son so we decided to find somewhere a bit decadent instead of a regular hotel....More
The innkeeper was nice when we checked in and all was well. The structure is beautiful, but we were disappointed by the lack of charm and historic influence in the decor. Our first night went okay. There was a Bubble Tape package under the bed...More
Spent an anniversary overnight with friends, and so glad that we chose the Golden Lantern for our lodging. Loved that this inn wasn't totally the typical "victorian" decor, but there was still some evidence of that era in the furnishings. The breakfast in the morning...More