Located on the third floor is the historic Sandpoint lighthouse room. This room sleeps 3 people with a queen size bed and pull out sofa bed. Private bath with tub/shower combination. Keurig coffee maker, refrigerator and microwave in room. air conditioning. The theme is centered around the SandPoint lighthouse located in Baraga where my great uncle was the lighthouse keeper. Skylights and a window make the room nice and bright.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 21, 2018
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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This was a lovely and historic site related to the Ojibwa tribe and your hostesses family. A visual
We were welcomed to this gracious home within a couple of blocks to the water. There are several rooms to choose from, and we chose the third floor Light House room. Very aptly themed in a light house motif. Linens and towels were of very high quality. Very lovely bath, microwave, bottles of water , AC and overlooking a stunning gazebo with new lighting. We were served a very beautiful breakfast by a superb chef... Also your hostess. No outside noise bothered us, and would return there again....
Very cozy and comfortable. A very nice breakfast each morning, nice a quiet up on the 3rd floor.
We enjoyed our stay and will book again if in the area.
Very cozy, quaint and safe
This is a large house in a very small town. Each room was unique including the entry way. It was clean and comfortable. The little town it is in was quiet and safe. The host had breakfast for us, and she even used family Finnish recipes. We saw her very little, breakfast seems to just appear each day! Remember this is in a small town in an wooded area. It is not fancy smancy which we prefer. We even had to wait for a deer to get out of the way when we entered the driveway one day. Lots of outdoorsy things to do around there and you have a view of Lake Superior from the balcony. It was a little warm some days we were there and the room with skylights was warm, the wall air conditioner couldn't keep up. The days it was cooler, we opened the skylight windows and the cool Northern air came in. Lots of birds singing!