2778 Highway 61, Two Harbors Minnesota 55616
218 834-3751 Toll Free: 800 950-0283
"A clean and comfortably furnished resort, where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of the great North Shore." Modern Duplexes Their housekeeping duplexes feature all the modern amenities and still maintain their cozy Lake Superior charm. Each unit has a deck overlooking the lake, two level, two bedroom, fully furnished kitchen, dining area, living room with fireplace and a three quarter bath. All towels and linens are provided. Their Lakeshore Housekeeping Cabins have the modern amenities you'd expect so you won't actually be "roughing it," but you can certainly pretend.
Your room, finished with rustic tongue and groove northwoods pine or cedar, is right off Lake Superior's rugged shores, and you'll find picnic tables and barbecue grills exactly where you want them. All bathrooms are 3/4 with a shower, and every kitchen comes with dishes, flatware, pots, pans, a toaster and a coffeemaker.
Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Cloquet) Black Bear Hotel
(Beaver Bay) Cove Point Lodge
(Iron River) Delta Lodge
(Duluth) Dodge's Log Lodges
(Duluth) Econo Lodge Airport
(Iron River) Flying Eagle Resort
07/05 Coming to The Two Harbors area
CHUM Rhubarb Festival Duluth MN June29 Enjoy a delicious array of rhubarb delicacies, including hundreds of pies, muffins, and crisps as well as rhubarb brats and burritos that will have your taste buds wanting more.
All Pints North Duluth MN July13 Join us by the lake to meet the brewers and enjoy unlimited amazing Minnesota+ craft beer samples, hip food vendors, beer-centered activities and educational components, live music and entertainment, and much more!
Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival Cable WI September13-15 Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival has been conducting fat tire racing and fat tire fun since 1983. Chequamegon 40, Short and Fat tours, Rough Stuff Rendezvous, Cable Criterium, and Sunday Funday.
Apple Festival Bayfield WI October4-6 Apple Festival has been hailed as the “Best Festival in Wisconsin” by Wisconsin Trails Magazine and one of the “Top Ten Autumn Festivals in North America” by the Society of American Travel Writers.