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Pincushion Mountain Bed & Breakfast

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Cozy Bed & Breakfast Offers a romantic year-round retreat high on the quiet Sawtooth Mountain ridgeline, 1,000 feet above Lake Superior's scenic North Shore. The Pincushion Bed & Breakfast is a secluded 44-acre haven for all levels of skiiers, hikers, and mountain bikers, with a magnificent overlook of Lake Superior and the Devil Track River Valley. Pincushion Mountain's 25 km of groomed cross country trails are right outside the door, as well as a dedicated on-site snowshoe loop; ski equipment & snowshoe rentals, and expert instruction are available for guests. Accomodations include 4 rooms with private baths, spacious common area with fireplace, sauna; rates include breakfast. Right off the Gunflint Trail, Pincushion is only 5 minutes from Grand Marais' renowned harbor and many fine restaurants, shops and galleries.

Location: 968 Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais Minnesota 55604 Telephone 218 387-1276 Toll Free: 800 542-1226

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