A local landmark built by a lumberman for his beloved wife.
On the National Registry of Historic Places, this B&B offers modern accommodations steeped in remnants of Marine on St. Croix’s historic past. Built in 1856 by a man for his beloved wife and named the most beautiful example of Greek Revival in the Northwest Territory, this former lumberman’s mansion, complete with gazebo, overlooks the beautiful St. Croix River Valley. Four elegantly appointed bed chambers and a three-room suite with double whirlpool are acclaimed for their superb décor. The inn is near a marina and canoe rentals, and offers a tennis court, basketball court and biking and cross-country ski trails. Just ten minutes from the tranquil village of Marine on St. Croix lies bustling Stillwater, with riverboats, hot air balloons, trolley cars, antique shops, restaurants, and The Zephyr Dinner Train.