Has it been awhile since you have treated your special loved one with a one-of-a-kind getaway? Perhaps to a place that is serene, private, secluded, and sets the stage for the ideal romantic vacation? Our beautiful bed and breakfast here … Continue reading
It seems as though the holiday season these days is all about dashing around—buying presents, getting the decorations just right, office parties, family get togethers, and more. We think you deserve a chance to escape and unwind and invite you … Continue reading
According to Sandra and John, one of the benefits of being innkeepers at Woodland Trails is the opportunity to meet interesting people.. One couple, Amy and Bill from San Diego, California, were especially interesting. Bill is on an adventure to … Continue reading
Six couples, all friends from Duluth, NW Wisconsin and the Twin Cities, spent a weekend at Woodland Trails. Among their fun antics was serenading innkeerpers John and Sandra while wearing their mouth pieces from the game Watch Ya’ Mouth.
Some people know how to have fun and Doreen, Jan, Deb and Karen are among the best. Here recently for their seventh visit, three of them (there wasn’t room for Karen) made an adventure out of a trip around the … Continue reading
Guests Izabela and Matthew immigrated from Poland many years ago. When they were at Woodland Trails last year, they were excited to find mushrooms along our trails that were the same as they used to find in Poland. This year, they knew … Continue reading
Thanks to Gary Frye and Wanda Gordon, the Rubber Duckie enjoyed a spring break in Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Thanks to Roxann and Daniel Stensby, the Woodland Trails Rubber Duckie has completed its first road trip, to Minneopa State Park.
Recently, guests who have stayed at Woodland Trails many times before asked, “Are you still doing omelets?” While we hadn’t done them for a couple of years, their urging was enough to get us started again. After seeing an omelet-making … Continue reading
The highest compliment guests can pay to any B&B is returning for another visit. We are grateful and fortunate to have guests who have been back many times. Here are three stories: x … Continue reading