This 1897 grand Victorian home is on the National Historic Register. The 23 room B&B features six guest suites, all with private baths. Enjoy the woodwork, craftsmanship, period antiques and collectables found throughout Oakenwald Terrace. All rooms have either queen or king size beds and private sitting area. A delicious four course breakfast is included and may cause you to forget about lunch. The perfect "home away from home" for Mayo Clinic visitors. Free high speed internet for our business travelers.
This is the original owner's suite. The room has an antique queen size bed, a bathroom with a tub, a fireplace with remote and a large sitting area.
Nightly Rate: $175-$195
This elegant room has a bed in it that is actually larger than king size. Private bath / comes with 4 course breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $210-$235
Frink's room is decorated in rich blue and named after the original owner's son. (Yes the "i" is correct - poor boy must have been teased horribly!) The room has private bath with a shower. Join us for a fabulous 4 course breakfast!
Nightly Rate: $155-$175
The soothing blue color of this cozy room invites our guests to relax. Many have commented on how comfortably they've slept here. The room boasts the largest bathroom with shower/tub combination and full vanity. Guests enjoy a large walk-in closet and full breakfast in the morning.
Nightly Rate: $130-$145
4.2 on June 28, 2014
The Oakenwald Terrace B & B is a gorgeously decorated home (or should we say, mansion) and something to behold. While attractive and spacious looking on the outside, the inside of the home is amazing. We were fortunate to receive a tour from Marion, the owner, and as described on the website, she is a “guide, historian, and storyteller”. The rooms are every bit as lovely and spacious as they appear on the website. The dining room and table are beautifully decorated, and the 3-course breakfast served by Ruth Ann and Bob was wonderful. For any who live near Chatfield, the Oakenwald would be a fantastic setting for a Christmas party or other celebration. You couldn’t go wrong! It would be a treat to return to the Oakenwald.
5 on April 30, 2014
Our Anniversary stay was truly enjoyable. The atmosphere was elegant, relaxing and calm. We had a fantastic and very historical tour of the home. The room was spacious and decorated perfectly for the time period. Breakfast was a gourmet delight of several courses, all very well prepared. Looking forward to the Holiday Open House in December. Would definitely stay again.
4.6 on February 18, 2014
I would absolutely stay again and intend to. The atmosphere and service were one of a kind and I would recommend you visit as soon as you're able.
3.6 on January 24, 2014
A wonderful stay! Gorgeous and perfectly preserved by the owners, who kindly provided a tour and shared with us the rich history of this gracious home. We had a lovely time amid their truly bountiful memories.
4.8 on October 16, 2013
beautiful home, wonderful meals and great proprieters!!!
4.0 on October 15, 2013
What a fine example of the gilded age. My wife and I marveled at the beautiful woodwork and all the antiques that fill every nook and cranny.. Our hosts were warm and welcoming and breakfast was a real treat. We plan to return!
4.4 on September 16, 2013
I enjoyed my visit to Oakenwald Terrace. I am not a person who enjoys rooms cluttered full of antiques, though. I felt that this home would be much better served and enjoyed if there were fewer items and pieces of furniture in each room - it seemed more than the rooms could handle. If you have small children that need to touch everything (like normal children!) this place would be too stressful. The home has been redecorated over the years to make it as Victorian as possible -with patterns on every wall, ceiling, and floor. For me, personally, it was too much, but the other advantages to being there made up for it. The breakfasts were delicious and there was plenty of it. The meal presentation was beautiful and artful, set on lovely antique dishes. You really did feel pampered by Ruth Ann. On the last morning I met Ms. Marion Lund, the owner of the home, and she is a treasure. What stories she could tell me about the house and its occupants! I think that I could sit all day listening to her and asking questions, had I had the time. Adults with an interest in history will really enjoy visiting here.
5 on July 29, 2013
At the last minute we booked this amazing experience. Only room left in the region of Lansboro. Willing to take what we could get and WOW it was meant to be. The last chance room was the best room in the Lansboro area. Right out of the history books. Could have stayed longer to take it all in.
4.2 on May 22, 2013
A beautiful place to stay with a wonderful breakfast!
5 on November 10, 2012
Absolutely the best Bed & Breakfast in Southern Mn. The Collections were fascinating and exquisite in every way. A huge mansion. Gave a tour threw it ALL. Took hours to go threw. The Hosts were "out of this world". Very Very Warm and Friendly. Treated Guests like family. Hugs and good conversation - from when we came threw the door, to when we regretfully, had to leave. The atmosphere that was in the home was definitely Spirit Filled Experience. Dan & Janet McGovern
Rochester, MN (RST) 18 miles
Follow Hwy. 63 North towards Rochester. Exit onto Hwy. 52 South. Hwy. 52 becomes Main Street in Chatfield. Turn left at the only stop light in town and travel two blocks to Winona Street. Turn left and park.
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