We actually loved our one-night stay last week in the Forrest Room, as the room was plenty big enough for the 2 of us, and the bed was incredibly comfy, and the hostess (Rose) was so nice--and a great cook! Two thumbs way up for her breakfast! We were traveling with another couple, and they were in the Harbour Room--and they got NO rest. The noise from the fog horn, the clanging of the bell on the loading ship, and siren from wherever kept the 2 of them awake all night. I felt guilty for sleeping like a baby, we heard nothing in our room, which was right next door! Then there was the issue of the people in the 3rd room. One of them failed to turn the "occupied" sign on the bathroom door to "vacant", and 3 members of our party waited and waited and waited for the bathroom in the morning--each thinking someone was in there (I had gotten up way early, showered and dressed--and was downstairs drinking tea, wondering where everyone was!) Finally one of them went to the bathroom door and knocked, and found it vacant...Plus, that couple was so obnoxious, we couldn't wait to scarf down breakfast and get the heck out of there away from them!!!! I realize this is no reflection on the B&B, but it did sour my take on ever spending a night in any B&B ever again! This is a lovely place, and glad we did stay there, but "been there done that" as far as B&B staying is concerned.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perched on the rocky shoreline overlooking Lake Superior and Agate Bay. The LightHouse Bed & Breakfast offers an overnight experience like no other. You can bask in the historical flavor of this turn of the century building then explore the diverse recreational opportunities and wealth of year-round natural beauty the North Shore has to offer. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lighthouse Bed And Breakfast
- Lighthouse Hotel Two Harbors