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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"We had a great time at this town home! This is right on Lake Pepin. We loved sitting on the patio and looking at the water. We even had a bald eagle in the tree right outside! Quiet, peaceful spot. Great to have two separate bedrooms and baths and the room set up was great. Plenty of room for people, comfortable furniture, newer appliances, and the kitchen was stocked. Only disappointment was we had planned to take the Pearl of the Lake Paddle Boat, which docks right outside, and they canceled the day of for "not enough people." Thanks for sharing your town home, we had a great vacation there!"
Guest: NiniDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 1, 2015
"Very homey, charming place. All the amenities there; just bring the food and storage containers. One day rained, but very comfortable sitting out on the porch relaxing or watching TV. Lake across the street. Shops within short walking distance. Planning to stay again when I need a get-away."
Guest: Deb G.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 20, 2015
"This was our second stay at the cabin and certainly will not be our last. The cabin is wonderful and has everything you need. Lake City is a five minute drive away for any essentials you forgot. It was unseasonably cool the first two days of our stay but the living room has floor to ceiling windows so we enjoyed the river and bluff views from the cozy living room. We even saw a few eagles and hawks dive into the water and catch fish! The neighborhood is quiet and safe which is something my husband and I value. The water was high when we were there so we didn't have a beach but the water lapping up against the retaining wall was the next best thing. Boat traffic is minimal which made our canoe trips enjoyable. There is a state park trail just a mile or so down the road that we hiked several times. The owners are easy to work with and accommodating. We spent some time in Red Wing on a rainy day. If you visit, you should stop at the Whistle Stop cafe in Frontenac. It is the quintessential very small town cafe. Nothing fancy but a fun way to support the local economy."
Guest: Kay E.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 20, 2015