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The Scandinavian Inn is an environmentally-sensitive bed and breakfast where you can enjoy the simple pleasures of an inviting small Minnesota town nestled within the bluffs of the Root River.

This five-bedroom bed and breakfast is in the residential neighborhood of Lanesboro, Minnesota. It is a Victorian home built in 1893 by Ole Habberstad, a young entrepreneur and business man who had made the journey from the Norwegian community of Eidsvold in the mid-1800's.

The home features Southern pine woodwork, an eclectic mix of period furnishings and travel mementos, high ceilings, transom windows, spacious grounds, and an inviting front porch to relax with coffee or a glass of wine. The rooftop gazebo offers a picturesque panoramic view of the Lanesboro valley.

Lanesboro is a most unusual small town tucked into a Root River valley, with professional live theater, a waterfall, a central park, and an active arts community. Lanesboro is ideally located on one of Minnesota's most popular and scenic bicycle trails, offering three different routes of travel. Amish neighbors produce goods such as furniture, quilts, and preserves, which are available for purchase in Lanesboro and nearby communities.

From the Scandinavian Inn, all locations in Lanesboro are easily accessed by foot or bicycle. Park your car until it's time to return home.
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