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Gooseberry Trailside Suites

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Nestled in the trees, right on the eastern border of Gooseberry State Park, Gooseberry Trailside Suites is a favorite for any special occasion. Each of the four, two bedroom suites is furnished with antiques, original art work, and oak floors throughout. The suites have large living room with a wood burning fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen. The cedar sauna under the adjacent spruce trees can be enjoyed by all guests. Complimentary fire-wood, snowshoes and bikes are available on-site.

Location: 3317 Hwy 61 East, Two Harbors Minnesota 55616 Telephone 218-834-8005 Toll Free: 800-715-1110

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Ashland) Anderson's Chequamegon Motel
(Cloquet) Black Bear Hotel
(Beaver Bay) Cove Point Lodge
(Duluth) Dodge's Log Lodges
(Duluth) Econo Lodge Airport
(Two Harbors) Gooseberry Park Motel & Cabins

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