The beds were incredibly uncomfortable -- it was miserable. The breakfast was not worth the price paid for the stay, it was all packaged stuff for the most part. I would not recommend staying at this hotel -- ever.
This hotel was full the night we stayed, but our room was very quiet; good soundproofing! Screened window opened completely so we enjoyed fresh North Shore air and skipped the AC. Comfy beds, super clean bedding, super clean room. Bathroom featured PURE brand toiletries and plentiful hot water. Room included a dorm fridge and a microwave. Due to the pandemic, the complimentary breakfast was cold, many choices, all individually packaged, including microwaveable breakfast sandwiches. Conveniently located on the highway but set back so you don't get traffic noise. Cheerful, helpful front desk staff. Homey ambience.
We were satisfied with our room being on the first floor. The mattress on our bed should be flipped or replaced. We were in room 101. My husband felt that he was going to fall out of bed during the night. It is obvious that someone very large slept on that side of the. I really liked that we got to get our own towels and amenities. We felt safe without housekeeping entering our room during our visit.
I had 2 of my girls with me on a girls trip/hike. We stayed here at Country Inn. Honestly, it was one of the only places that still had a room. This was a pleasant stay! I drove in just before the sun set very tired and ready to soak in a hot tub. However, as we turned into the hotel, my girls saw mini golf. After we checked in, we played 18 holes of free mini golf. Even though I was tired from the day, it was a highlight of our stay. Afterwards, we soaked in the hot tub. The jets weren't working, but I didn't care. My 12 year old got to try sauna for the first time and my 7 year old loved the pool. The beds were comfy and I had a wonderful night's sleep! If I had any complaint, it's that there is no elevator. Taking all of our stuff up and down stairs was an inconvenient, but not a game changer. I would still come back in a second. The location was perfect and within walking distance of the whole town. The staff was super friendly. As we were in the hot tub, we got to meet people who are regulars here. That says something. When I described this hotel to my family, I could only come up with quaint. It was a cute, quaint place. My girls and I made sweet memories. …
We stayed here on our visit to the north shore. The hotel was very clean and well kept. Big positive was the mini-golf course. We played after dinner and appreciated that it was lit after dark. Front desk staff were friendly, helpful and welcoming. Only negative to this hotel is there is no elevator for second floor, but it was not an issue since we were on first floor. Breakfast is still grab and go, but we didn’t eat breakfast there because we went out for a big breakfast at Betty’s Pies.
Nice older hotel. Well maintained with a refrigerator and microwave. Rooms were clean and decent size. Wish we would have specified on booking for first floor. Breakfast was pre-made egg sandwiches, cereal & self making pancakes. There were a few other items. They have putt putt golf which is nice addition. There’s a grocery store across the road and. McDonalds in the parking lot area. It’s located close to sights and not too far from many other stops. We took in all stops all the way up to Grand Portage. Beautiful coastline.
Average hotel, convenient stop on way back from North shore. We had asked for a room facing the back so that we could sleep with windows open and enjoy the cool air from the lake. The request was granted, however it turns out there was an incessant buzzing every 30-60 seconds coming from somewhere on the roof, making it impossible to keep windows open and sleep. I brought it to the attention of the front desk who was very responsive, offered to upgrade our room to a much bigger room but unfortunately there were no rooms at that point that faced the front to avoid the buzzing. We were able to sleep with windows shut ad did not hear the buzzing with windows shut. The manager the next morning gave us an additional discount over the AAA rate we already had. Breakfast was your typical free breakfast, but better than most free breakfasts since there was a selection of protein (egg and ham muffin) and also make or own touchless pancake machine. We would stay here again but ask for a room facing front! IT is set back enough from HWY 61 so you wont here the road noise especially after dark.…
Rooms are small, bathroom was tiny. Seems over priced for what you get. We checked in after the check in time but our room still wasn't ready so we had to wait in the lobby for them to finish cleaning it. The beds were horribly uncomfortable, and I woke up with back pain that increasingly became worse with each day. Even my teenage daughter woke up with back pain from her bed. I could feel body impressions in the mattress when I laid down and the pillows weren't any better. I think there must have been something encasing the boxspring because if you moved or rolled over in the bed it made a squeaking noise that almost sounded like two pieces of rubber rubbing against each other. The hotel was also very noisy and we never did get any good quality sleep during our stay. Our room was on the ground floor and we were repeatedly woken up early in the morning by loud, heavy foot steps from the people in the room above us that made the ceiling creak with each step that they took. One morning I thought it sounded like the guests might have had kids because we could hear them running and jumping around in the room. The doors are solid and heavy (I assumed that is due to fire safety reasons) so they slam loudly behind you which means that at all hours of the day and night you'll hear doors slamming as people enter or exit their rooms. The one positive is that the staff all seemed pretty friendly and nice, but by the time we were ready to check out and head home we were exhausted because it was impossible for us to get a good nights sleep. Based on our experience, I'm just not sure if I'd stay here again.…
We stayed the night before at Country Inn in Chanhassen, MN. It was wonderful, this Country Inn in Two Harbors is small. Room is small, fridge has no freezer and this room was twice the price. $179 at Chanhassen for 1 night and at Two Harbors $332 for 1 night. Way overpriced for what you get.
Our family of four had a very enjoyable stay. Comfortable beds, great showers, and the best air conditioner we’ve had on our vacation. Neat breakfast area with a very cool touch-less pancake maker. The sweet lady at the front desk makes sure you have everything to make your stay enjoyable. There is also free mini-golf that you can play to your hearts content. Highly recommend!!