We welcome you to make reservations online
or to call direct at 218-491-1069. Visa, Master, Discover and Amoco cards are accepted and a 50% deposit is taken at time of reservation. Final payment is taken at check-in.
Rooms, Inn and grounds are for registered guests only.
There are no refunds ten or less days prior to arrival unless we are able to resell your room.
4-6PM or by prior arrangement
A full hearty country breakfast is served in the first floor dining room. Early morning coffee is available.
Sorry, we do not accept pets.
Children, ages 12 and older are welcome.
If you are reserving both rooms, smaller children may be acceptable with advance arrangements.
Available upon request
We are a smoke-free inn
The original homestead was first built in 1905 by Peder Erickson, who also owned the Duquette General Store. In 1990 the Erickson family sold the five-acre property and store to Julie and Curtis who rebuilt and enlarged the home to become Home In The Pines B&B. Their goal in creating the inn was to provide guests comfortable accommodations while relaxing in fresh-air country solitude.
Our spacious grounds feature a picnic area suitable for family gatherings and weddings (advise in advance). Our Inn has ample off-street parking.
Our comfortable porch welcomes guests to sit a spell and enjoy lemonade, a good book or a game of cards. The lawn may be used for bocce ball, croquet, badminton or horseshoes. Walk the pine grove into the adjacent Jackie Berger Memorial Park, which has a tennis court, softball diamond and campsites along the Willow River.
Whatever the season, Home in the Pines Bed & Breakfast has many area attractions and activities to enjoy ...
ATV & OHM, Auto Road Rallies, Motorcycle Enduros:
Drive out of our yard and you are on miles of trails
In the winter our ATV trails become our snowmobiling trails
Hiking & Biking:
Moose Lake, Banning and Jay Cooke State Parks are located nearby
The scenic Veteran's Evergreen Memorial Drive is close by. This 50 mile section of Highway 23 has been known as the "Scenic Route to Duluth" for decades. Hwy 23 Veteran's Memorial drive is now a MN Scenic Byway.
Just a short walk from the inn
Bocce ball, croquet, badminton and horsehoes
Birdwatchers love the many birding opportunities right out our front door. We are also just 40 miles from Hawk Ridge in Duluth, nationally known for hawk migrations
Just a quick 40 miles away, enjoy all that Duluth and the scenic North shore offers: incredible scenery, casual and fine dining options, shopping and so much more!
Nemadji State Forest, Scenic Highway 23, Moose Lake, Oak Lake and Willow River for fishing, White Water rafting at Carlton MN, kayaking on the Kettle River with its infamous "Hell's Gate"
Let us host your dream wedding or special event ...
Located just 40 beautiful miles from downtown Duluth or 110 miles from the Twin Cities.
FROM TWIN CITIES - Take I- 35 north to Finlayson/Askov Exit 195- turn right at the top of the exit onto Hwy 23. Drive approximately 25 miles. Turn left on CR 47, the turn will be just past the Duquette General Store. Drive approximately 1/4 mile and turn right onto Wild Oak Loop and go 1/8 mile to our driveway. Drive into the driveway and take the left fork. You have arrived! Welcome!
FROM DULUTH - Take Interstate 35 South to exit 251B. The exit will be to the left. That will put you on Grand Avenue (Hwy 23). Stay on this road for 35 miles. Turn right on Cty Road 47 by the Duquette General Store. Drive approximately 1/4 mile and turn right onto Wild Oak Loop and go 1/8 mile to our driveway. Drive into the driveway and take the left fork. You have arrived! Welcome!