Off-Grid Retreat with Stunning Forest Views near Grand Marais, MinnesotaGrand Marais, Minnesota (United States of America)
Off-Grid Retreat with Stunning Forest Views near Grand Marais, Minnesota
"Our family enjoyed our stay at this off the grid retreat with a beautiful cabin and scenery. We will definitely plan a winter adventure in the future."
Tucked away in the gorgeous wilderness of the Arrowhead region, this unique, environmentally-friendly retreat is located in Hovland, Minnesota, and is ideal for those looking for an off-grid rental to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With lovely hickory floors knotty pine ceilings, this rustic suite can accommodate up to six glampers. There is one queen-size bed, two XL twin-size beds, and one full-size futon. All beds except the futon have bed lights and pull curtains for extra privacy. All • Pillows, bedding, towels, and washcloths are provided. The shared bathroom featuring a shower, a sink, and a toilet is located on the first floor. Other amenities include eco heated floors, through an outdoor wood boiler.
The full kitchenette has everything glampers need to make their favorite recipes, including a small range cooker, a small refrigerator, a microwave, and a French press. Additionally, the kitchenette is fully stocked with cookware, dishes, and utensils. Glampers will be able to enjoy their delicious home-cooked meals at the dining table with seating for four. All drinking water at the property comes from the well onsite.
With patio door window and three large roof windows, guests are sure to take in the stunning forest views as they relax after a day exploring the rugged terrain or lull off to sleep listening to the tranquil howl of the sled dogs. Glampers may even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the infamous Northern Lights.
The energy at the property comes from 16 solar panels mounted on the roof of the homestead. There are 24 batteries in which this solar energy is stored. On cloudy days, we have a propane generator that produces the energy used and stored. Propane, having a by-product of water, lessens the carbon footprint. The hosts ask that guests help to conserve energy wherever possible. There are no phone lines in the area, however the property does receive a boosted cell phone signal from Canada. If AT&T is guests carrier, they will enjoy the ability to make phone calls freely, with no International charges, however an extra fee is charged for International data through AT&T, if it can be received at the properties location. Our phone is available for emergencies only.
This rustic retreat has everything guests need for a delightful stay including quality linens and towels. Guests will be able to pack light as there is a washer and a dryer to keep all belongings clean, for an additional fee. The shared bathroom is located on the first floor and features a sink, a shower, and a toilet. As there is no Wi-Fi and minimal cell phone coverage, there is a phone available to make emergency calls.
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 2 Twin/Single beds
- 1 Extra Bed
- Shared Barbecue
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
- Front desk service
- Linens and pillows
COVID 19 considerations: We want everyone to be safe and want everyone to feel comfortable and relaxed knowing that you can give your minds a rest from the constant worries you may be feeling about the current pandemic while at home. Since you are staying in our home and we may come into contact, please do not come if you are feeling sick or if you have been in contact with someone who has been sick with COVID symptoms (coughing and fever specifically) in the previous 10 days. Please bring a mask, have it available at all times, and wear it when in common areas of our home or when asked on other areas of the property. Since it has been documented that dogs can get COVID 19 from people, it may be necessary to wear your mask outside when meeting the dogs and when interacting with them in the house. Per the CDC, it is highly unlikely that dogs can transmit the virus to humans. We will be disinfecting door handles/knobs in common areas, light switches and stair railings several times each day during your stay. Know that your private suite and private bathroom have been deep cleaned after the previous guest’s stay. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be placed in the common areas for your convenience.
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Check-in: 04:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Guests are asked to shower every other day to help conserve water. Shower for overnight guests on an every other night basis is $10.00 per shower for visitors passing through or for those desiring additional showers during their stay.
Laundry use for additional fee
Glampers are asked to only use the microwave on sunny days.
Individual bed rentals are possible. Please ask the host for more details.
Smoking is not allowed. Pets are not allowed.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
You will receive a 50% refund, minus our service fee, if you cancel more than 24 hours after your booking is confirmed and at least 60 days before check-in.
Location and surroundings
Grand Marais, Minnesota (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
Nestled in the beautiful wilderness of Minnesota in an off-grid homestead, getting in touch with nature is a must when staying at this unique glamping site. From canoeing in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness that is just minutes down the road, to hiking the nearby trails, to taking in the surrounding beauty, guests will be able to explore the great outdoors from dawn until dusk. Guests can spend the day exploring Grand Portage State Park and take the time to marvel at the High Falls plummeting into the Pigeon River. Glampers can also make their way to Grand Marais Harbor before heading into the heart of Grand Marais to grab a bite to eat. There is an onsite beeswax candle workshop for a tour, which gives glampers insight on the art of candle making. If guests want to experience the lifestyle of those who dedicate their lives to the care and training of traditional sled dogs, they can help the hosts with daily chores, including dog feeding, before taking a dog sledding tour through the rugged terrain or learning how to mush which is for an additional fee. Speak to host for more details.