Our Duluth Minnesota Inn is a dream on the water

You come to the water to be refreshed. To quench a thirst. To wash away the stress, the work, the years. And the water welcomes you. This is Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, and no other Duluth MN bed breakfast gets you closer to her shores.

Oscar Nelson Suite

This suite was named after the WWI Congressional Medal of Honor winner who was also the builder of the original 1910 home. Lounge in the luxury of a Thermomasseur bath or in front of the cozy fireplace and breathe in the evening air from your private deck. Then retreat to your king-sized bed.

Kandinskys’ Suite

The Grovers’ favorite artist, Kandinsky, and his painting “Open Green,” are the inspiration for this contemporary suite, spanning the entire 3rd floor of Solglimt. It offers a queen-size bed, an electric fireplace, a private bath with an oversized shower and a great view of the bay. One of our favorite Minnesota bed breakfast suites!

Park Point Suite

They call it “ green,” yet all you see is the beautiful blue of Lake Superior. Maybe they’re referring to the high-efficiency, hydro-massage shower. Or the ultra-clean-burning fireplace. Or the sod roof that caps this queen-sized, Canal Park sanctuary. It doesn’t matter. Especially when the only impact you’ll make on this un-earthly visit is your head hitting the deep down pillow.

Aerial Bridge Suite

Your carbon footprint is barefoot, and it just tracked in sand from the shore. Good thing this king-sized, contemporary, bed-and-breakfast suite offers bamboo floors and a Thermomasseur tub with heated backrest and warm, jetted bubbles for long-soaking comfort. A ultra-clean-burning fireplace to cozy up to. Why, even the plush towels are designed to be easy on the earth —they save water. And when you’re staring out at Lake Superior splendor, you’ll want to save and savor every drop.

Lake Superior Suite

Sitting just above the water’s edge, this roomy suite brings you the Lake Superior sunrise, as well as views of the Aerial Lift Bridge and the twin piers of our great canal. Twenty-foot ceilings rise above you; a king-size, four-poster bed envelopes you; a private bath with a double steam and shower awaits; and you realize—this is what it means to be romantic. More than you ever expected from a Minnesota bed and breakfast.