Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Park Street Inn Bed & Breakfast, Nevis, MN

This is a bed and breakfast in Nevis, MN. Doug and I went there this past weekend, and this was directly across from the beach scene that I showed you yesterday.

The Park Inn is a block from the Heartland Trail, a 49 mile multi-use trail for biking, cross-country skiing, walking, snowmobiling. . . skipping? The trail use to be train rails, and when the train stopped running in the area, the state eventually paved it over (as well as a number of other rail lines in the state) and developed it for recreational use.

Our room actually had a jacuzzi in it! Sadly, we're not exactly batting a thousand on our jacuzzis. This is the 2nd time we've stayed in a B&B, and the second time we chose the room with a jacuzzi. At the last B&B, there was no hot water.

This whirlpool was perfect--but Doug got sick, and was not really inclined to get in the jacuzzi, although I got to enjoy it.

These are the two innkeepers, Don and Linda Hayle. Linda served us her signature french toast with cream cheese and raspberries, as part of a gourmet breakfast, one morning. This inn is worth staying at for the breakfast alone! One morning we had crab quiche, home-made rhubarb bread, and fresh fruit.



I'll post more photos from our weekend getaway over the next couple of days. . .
TFL!

17 comments:

Lauren said...

What a beautiful B&B. So glad you both had a nice time, though I'm sorry your DH was feeling sick :(

janett said...

That stinks that your husband was sick but at least you got to enjoy the jacuzzi this time!

Sharon said...

What a beautiful house!

Gypsy Girl said...

Oh it looks so beautiful there. and yummy food to go with it.

S.Kremer said...

Looks lovely! What a bummer hubby wasn't feeling well:(

Becky Anderson said...

Looks like fun. The breakfast sounds SO yummy! I have yet to stay in a B&B. Maybe one day when hubby is out of school and we time and money to travel :)

Vanessa said...

Gorgeous b&b. That sucks that he was sick!

Amy said...

What a cute little place! I'm sorry to hear you hubby wasn't feeling all that great though. I'm envious of your weekend away, I could really use one of those!!! :)

Meaghan said...

Wow! That house is so pretty. I'm glad you got to enjoy the jacuzzi. :)

Reds said...

What a beautiful b&b! You get to go to the must beautiful places!

Bobbi said...

That food you mentioned sounds so good! Gotta have the jacuzzi in the room too, sorry your hubby wasn't feeling well.

Maria said...

My mouth is watering just thinking about that breakfast. Hope Doug is feeling better.

Jeanne said...

You two pick some really neat places to visit. It looks beautiful here. I'm sorry to hear Doug wasn't feeling well (hope it wasn't that delicious sounding breakfast) but am glad you got to enjoy the jacuzzi.

Diane Schuller said...

that's the kind of B&B most of us would wish to find!

Suzy said...

What a beautiful Bed and Breakfast! I want to try one out one of these days. Sorry your dh was not feeling well :(.. XOXO

Barb said...

Very romantic. I hope Doug is feeling better.

shirley said...

How nice! The Rails to Trails systems are perfect for recreational biking hiking. Looks like a perfect stay, and I'm looking forward to more pictures!