This very cozy, quaint cottage WITH GREAT WEEKLY RATES (if you decide to stay longer than 3 days!) has 2+ bedrooms ( one queen, one full, pull out in the LR) and sleeps 4-5 comfortable. It has one bath with shower (towels provided), washer and dryer. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed. Living room is spacious with dining area near kitchen, two lazy boys, love seat, large fold out couch. This charming cottage "Feels Like Home". It has Dish TV, AC, WiFi.
Outdoor area has a brick patio with umbrella furniture, loungers, small fire pit and a fish cleaning table, if needed. A small lettuce garden and some herbs are also on the back patio and available - if in season!! A sandy beach is out the back door - so close - and a public boat ramp is a short distance down the alley! Lots of outdoor parking. Nearby is a Restaurant under new ownership and open 6 days per week (food is great!), the opening of a new Brew Pub was exciting! It also has a lakeside deck with cocktails and lots of music on weekends. A cute ice cream shop is also out the back door and a couple retail shops for t-shire, sweatshirts and gifts! If you want to do your own cooking, grocery and liquor stores are nearby. This entire quaint village is surrounded by water (Rainy Lake and Rainy River ), two public docks and is a gateway to Voyageur's National Park. Guides can be hired for boat tours, fishing or anything else you would like to experience. You can see the Canadian shoreline which is a stones throw across the water. In fact, bring your passports and take a day trip across the border to Canada which is 2 miles by car. The location of this cottage in this quaint village doesn't get any better. The cottage provides as much privacy as you want. However, if you would like to experience a north woods sauna, just ask and one can be scheduled during your stay. End the day with a beautiful Rainy Lake Sunset! On occasion special sunset celebrations are held on Saturdays at Spruce Street Landing - you guessed it - just out the back door! The cottage is kept extremely clean and all you need to bring is your suitcase and your laptop. Area books are provided. If you would like to read some historical newspapers (Rainy Lake Chronicle) published in Ranier in the 70's and 80's, just ask and they can be loaned.