Lakeside lodge located ON the border of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness...our "million acre front yard". 5 rooms, lakeviews, King & Queen beds, private baths. Wildlife abounds in this quiet setting. Canoes/snowshoes included. Paddle, hike, bike, snowshoe, ski or just relax. Decidedly small, seriously quiet. Known for fine food. Dinners optional. Blue Heron B&B: As close as you can be to the BWCAW without camping.
At Blue Heron you can day-trip by canoe or on foot into the wilderness and come home to a king or queen size bed, private bath, sauna and a fine dinner overlooking the lake. Numerous trails nearby for hiking, biking, skiing. Swim or set up your rocking chair on one of the decks. Canoe or snowshoes included.
Guest Rooms and Rates. All five rooms have lake views, private baths and rocking chairs. The 'this & that' suite has a queen bed, twin bed with trundle and a whirlpool bath. In The Other room you can lie in your King sized bed or the twin day-bed and enjoy lake, stars, Northern Lights through windows on both sides. Upstairs Etc., So On, and So Forth all have fabulous views over the lake each opens to the upper deck and all are airconditioned. Etc. , a very large room, has a queen bed plus twin and trundle. So On has a queen bed, So Forth has a king bed and the best views of them all,
Two nights, double occupancy: This & That: $155/night; Other: $155/night, Etc. $155; So On $120/night and So Forth $155/night. Additional persons, including children $25/night
Dining at Blue Heron: Uncommonly good food in an intimate dining room overlooking the lake. Dinner reservations and menu selection 24 hours in advance. See our website for menu. Scrumptious desserts available every night without reservation.
Decidedly small, seriously quiet. Blue Heron. The B & B with a million acre front yard.
Open to the general public, no membership required
Desc of Green Practices in Place: 'tired' linens are donated to the homeless shelter, low or no phospate soaps & detergents, liquid soap dispensers eliminate leftover soaps, low/no toxicity, fume-free cleaning products, low-flow showers & toilets, compostable plastics
From Mpls/St.Paul take I-35W N to State Hwy 33/Range Cities Exit to Cloquet. Continue to Hwy 53. around Virginia. Exit #169 to Ely. Thru Ely plus 2 miles. Right on County Highway #58/16 (Kawishiwi Trail) continue to end of pavement plus 1/10 mile. #827