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Bed and Breakfasts, Inns, Hotels, and Lodging in Winona, Minnesota:

Alexander Mansion

Winona, Minnesota
alexandermansionbb.com 507-474-4224
This turn-of-the-century Victorian mansion, once home to Winona's elite, has been restored to its full splendor with every attention to luxury and historical detail. The mansion celebrates the legacy of life lived grandly along the Mississippi while providing modern-day comfort and amenities. The Alexander Mansion offers four guest rooms, each with private baths, Eurpean-quality linens, and tasteful decor with period antiques designed to tell the stories of each rooms' bygone occupants. The breakfast features fresh, local cuisine prepared in four gourmet courses. Whether here for busines. . .

Carriage House Bed and Breakfast

Winona, Minnesota
chbb.com 507-452-8256
In 1870, lumber baron Conrad Bohn built his elegant Winona home along with a grand three story Carriage House. Large enough to accommodate six carriages, several horses, a second floor hay loft, and rooms for stable boys, the old Carriage House stands today as a pleasant reminder of a bygone era. The Carriage House Bed & Breakfast is located in the center of historic Winona, Minnesota, nestled between majestic bluffs and the mighty Mississippi River. The Carriage House has four cozy guest rooms with antique furnishings and elegant Victorian d├ęcor. All rooms have private baths. Some room. . .

Windom Park Bed and Breakfast

Winona, Minnesota
windompark.com 507-457-9515
Windom Park Bed and Breakfast is located in the Windom Park neighborhood, an area of historic homes surrounding the block square Victorian park which features a gazebo and central fountain with sculptures of pelicans, turtles and the Indian Maiden Wenonah. Windom Park Bed and Breakfast is within easy walking distance of Winona's historic downtown area, Winona State University campus, Lake Winona, the historic walking tour, and the Mississippi River. Come enjoy the natural beauty of the Hiawatha River Valley, the "Grand Canyon of the Midwest" while staying at a gracious Minnesota Bed a. . .