Lindisfarne is located 75 miles north of the Twin Cities in East Central Minnesota on 80 acres. The Tower is just one of 3 Cabins we have here on the grounds. Enjoy a walk through the woods on one of our trails, relax in the Chapel or enjoying a fire in our fire ring. Lindisfarne is an ideal location to just get out of town for a couple days.
“Lindisfarne is a wonderful country retreat spot. We enjoyed the peaceful setting and the comfortable space. The design of the cabin is thoughtful, with the surrounding nature as the focus. The big picture window highlighted the night sky, and we enjoyed beautiful views of the moon and shooting stars. The fireplace and the heated floors made for a very comfortable and cozy winter getaway. Thank you for a lovely stay!”
Ripple River is located on the beautiful and scenic Snake River, 70 minutes north of the Twin Cities. A full log cabin featuring a well appointed kitchen, bath with jacuzzi tub, and gas fireplace sets the scene for your relaxing get away. Enjoy the outdoor patio and stone fire pit directly on the river, it's a highlight! Perfect for couples looking to celebrate/reconnect/enjoy nature. Also ideal for outdoor enthusiasts or those wanting a longer stay to experience numerous nearby adventures.
“My husband , one year old daughter , 2 dogs and I had a magical stay !!! Cabin was better then pictured and clean and cozy. We loved hearing the river rush and enjoyed many outdoor fires. It was great to disconnect from the world and connect with each other ! Thank you Cynthia and Jor for a wonderful stay :)”
*Completely remodeled in 2018, this cabin has 130 feet of direct frontage on the Snake River. Gorgeous wooded acreage gives privacy and the up north feeling, yet is less than 1 hour from Minneapolis, and 10 minutes from historic Pine City, a great place to shop and grab a bite to eat. Use our kayaks or tubes to float down to the St. Croix River, or hang a fishing line out and see what happens!
“We had a lovely stay. Enjoyed coffee in the hammock in the mornings (we didn’t know there was a hammock and that was such a plus), grilled out in the evenings, and campfires at night. We used the two kayaks and life vests available. They are in great shape! We began at the landing Tracy recommended (there is a little a turn off to get to the landing just before the bridge that leads you down to a perfect spot to put the kayaks in the water.. it’s easy to miss if your not familiar with the area but it’s there) Dont forget to bring your fishing gear because there is an awesome spot just down the steps to throw a line out and relax. We brought our own firewood (I recommend if you want a roaring fire) and had to gather some of our own because we ran out which was a fun little adventure. Definitely recommend this little spot.”