Operating Lighthouse in Two Harbors
The oldest operating lighthouse in the US state of Minnesota.
- Your money is safe, we pay your host 2 days after check-in.
- 100% refund in the unlikely event the host cancels.
- Changing booking details is always free.
- Access to urgent phone line during your booking.
- Book Co2 positive, we compensate 3 times more than we emit.
- Perfect for adventurers
- The oldest operating lighthouse
- Spectacular view of Lake Superior
- Queen-size beds
- Bed & breakfast
The Two Harbors Light is the oldest operating lighthouse in the US state of Minnesota. Overlooking Lake Superior's Agate Bay, the lighthouse is located in Two Harbors, Minnesota.
The Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Inn welcomes birders, paddlers, biking enthusiasts, winter sports participants and hikers. Whatever you come here to do, the lighthouse and its Keeper's Quarters is where you will feel right at home!
There are four rooms available in the Keeper's Quarters of the lighthouse, each with a spectacular view of Lake Superior. The accommodations offer the lakeshore grandeur and immediate access to the North Shore scenery.
The Keeper's Room has a Queen-Size Bed and offers a panoramic view of Lake Superior.The Harbor Room has Queen-Size Bed and the possibility to enjoy sunsets over the Big Lake and is also great for boat watching.
The Forest Room is the easterly facing and the largest room, can accommodate three people, in addition to the Queen-Size bed there is also a Twin Roll-Away.
The bathroom in the Keeper's Quarters is shared and as unique as the rest of this historic property. The house also has a communal parlor and a dining room which are great spots to spend some quiet time basking in the wonderful scenery or to mingle with the other guestswhile having some tea and a homemade snack.
The Skiff House is just a few steps from the Keeper's Quarters and has a Queen-Size bed with a full-size futon and a private bathroom with a bath and a Whirlpool tub.. It can accommodate up to three people: two or three adults or two adults with one child and can offer the perfect stay for a small family.
Check in/out time
Please, ask owner
King size beds: 4
Single bed: 1
Number of bathrooms: 2
Rural / countryside
Historic / sightseeing
Lake / riverside
Dining table & chairs
Fully equipped kitchen
Jacuzzi / hot tub
Walking / hiking
There is a Superior Hiking Trail, ski, snowshoe or snowmobile opportunities and a web of hiking trails in the area.
About the area
Two Harbors is the gateway city to the Northern Shore of Minnesota. Two Harbors provides five community parks within the city limits. These parks provide picnic tables, baseball, soccer, and football fields, and playground equipment. The Thomas Owens Park houses the city's band shell, home of the Two Harbors City Band, the oldest city band existing in Minnesota
Two Harbors offers access to Minnesota trails. The Sonju hiking trail can be used to view the Two Harbors shoreline, and the Gitchi-Gami State Trail is available for use by pedestrians, bicyclists, and skaters. North Shore State Snowmobile Trail includes scenic views for snowmobilers, as do the Yukon Snowmobile Trail and Brimson Snowmobile Trail. There is also the Erkki Harju Ski Trail.
2 Reviews - Operating Lighthouse in Two Harbors
Ralph - England
Great housekeeper. Only two bathrooms for 3 rooms, but nice rooms.
Spencer - England
We spent a great night at the B&B. It exceeded my expectations, with classic old furnishings, gorgeous views from every side, and a completely relaxed homey feeling.
After a warm fall day of hiking, lighthouse keeper Melissa welcomed us with warm drinks and a relaxed tour of the building and made us feel in our own home. We were lucky to have the entire lighthouse to ourselves and not have to share the bathroom, which would have been fine anyway with the layout, but certainly a nice perk! We watched the sunset on the harbor and saw the geese flying past our window overlooking Lake Superior when we got back inside. We walked for drinks in town at Castle Danger and the VFW, and brought a delicious pizza back with us to spend the evening in, including reading some ghost stories written by guests over the years. We were even greeted by three friendly deer when we got back! In the morning we shared a delicious coffee and breakfast by Melisa with the other visitors in the guest house, and wandered the grounds again before we headed out. A lovely getaway from the Twin Cities, thank you!