The Cottage Bed and Breakfast Taylors Falls MN

Join Us for Our Farewell Season

After 27 years, the time has come to close The Cottage Bed & Breakfast, effective November 1, 2017. Thank you for the privilege of sharing the beauty of the St. Croix Valley with you. Our lives were enriched through all of the personal connections.

The Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Beautiful Taylors Falls

The Cottage was built in 1929 and has been beautifully maintained and decorated in 18th century-design. The Cottage bed and breakfast is an ideal destination for business travelers as well as leisure travelers and those simply wanting a romantic weekend getaway in historic, picturesque Taylors Falls, Minnesota, in the St. Croix River Valley. It combines the magic of a relaxing retreat with the convenience of proximity to the Twin Cities.

Our cottage bed and breakfast suite is a private, secluded retreat from the pressures of everyday life . . . an escape to romance, relaxation and renewal. The suite offers private dining, a private bath and a spacious bedroom with French doors opening to a balcony with a magnificent view of the St. Croix River and valley — the perfect blend of elegance, comfort and beauty.

A Unique Combination of Tranquility and History

img_2101-cork-eleanore2Designed as an 18th Century English Country House, The Cottage stands on a secluded wooded bluff overlooking the beautiful St. Croix River, which separates Minnesota from Wisconsin. The air conditioned suite has a separate entrance; guests come and go as they please. Relax in the cozy, casual elegance of the English – French country decor. From the bedroom above, the view of the river is spectacular. Experience the quiet sounds of the night, and the breathtaking view of the Dalles of the St. Croix River and Wisconsin Interstate Park.

Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat, a romantic getaway, a business trip, or simply want a warm place to rest after a hike or canoe trip, you will find what you are looking for at The Cottage Bed and Breakfast.

“. . . perhaps the most superb view in the upper St. Croix River Valley. (Taylors Falls Journal, 1929) . . . and it still is today!


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