This 1897 Queen Anne Victorian, with its original woodwork, in a quiet residential neighborhood, is furnished with classic period pieces. WIFI and central air conditioning present throughout the property. Each of the 6 bedrooms has a private bath, two with private porches, three with 2 person whirlpools. Choose from rooms with king, queen or 2 double beds. Beautiful landscaped grounds with gardens, fountain and pond, and comfortable seating areas - enjoy the outdoors without mosquitoes! Six and 1/2 blocks from the Root River, bike trail and Lanesboro's shops, Commonweal Theatre and restaurants. Go to habberstadhouse.com for photos, pricing, on-line reservations & more.
5 on August 17, 2016
We have stayed at a lot off b and b before, and this. By far is our favorite. The rose Rom is so clean and well kept...it has been well cared for. The breakfast was so nice and it was wonder you that the owner and dog joined us. The gardens and groans are so pretty and well kept up. This is going to be an annual tradition for sure. Ellen and David
4.6 on August 12, 2016
We enjoyed our recent stay very, very much, from the room to the relaxing front porch!
5 on August 09, 2016
I've only been to 1 other B & B so my experience with them is limited; we stayed here for 1 night and would do it again in an instant. The rooms were cleaner than most hotels I've been in, and there was even a faint floral smell to the linens. We stayed in the "Orchid" room while our adult daughter stayed in the "Heather" room; both were achingly beautiful in their decor and amenities. The homeowners had good knowledge of the history of the place, and there were scrapbooks in the common rooms that detailed the original owners. It was a Monday night but the house was full (10 guests total) - still, we slept well, for it was as quiet as if we were the only ones there. Guest ages ranged from 17 to 65+ (I learned this at breakfast) - oh, and the breakfast was to die for! Not only were we new to B & B's but we had never visited Lanesboro before. Again, the homeowners were helpful in advising and pointing us in the directions we wished to go. I'd recommend Habberstad House to anyone wishing
Thanks so much for the kind words! We enjoyed having you stay with us!
4.2 on August 03, 2016
Enjoyed our stay. We arrived early but we were able to get our room, a nice thing when the room is for only 19 hours. Rates seem high but we were given a gift certificate. Nice breakfast with nice guests.
We are glad you enjoyed your stay with us. Lucky you to have a gift certificate!
5 on July 30, 2016
We had a great time in Lanesboro for our 20th anniversary, and the Habberstad was the perfect place to stay. Elaine was friendly and understanding when we called for a later check-in. Breakfast was great! We hung out on the swing outside after checkout. Felt like an exquisite home away from home. We'll stay here again.
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed your anniversary here!
5 on July 25, 2016
The breakfast was the best I have ever had at a B & B!
5 on July 21, 2016
Really enjoyed our Minnesota staycation to Lanesboro. The Habberstad House was lovely! What a beautiful property to call home for the weekend. From the freshly tended gardens to the walk up the 100-year-old staircase to your room, our entire visit was steeped in discovery. Our breakfasts were delicious, and we lived winding down by stepping out onto our private porch, too, what a plus! You won't forget your visit to this historic town, historic home. Jessica Lamker
5 on July 19, 2016
Great and friendly place!
5 on July 18, 2016
Loved the history of the B&B! Takes you back in time.
5 on July 14, 2016
We stayed here for our 37th anniversary. It was very relaxing! The home is so beautiful. The town is so nice and the people where wonderful. We will go back again!
Rochester, MN (RST) 48 miles
South on Parkway (Hwy 250) to Sheridan St. (Hwy 16) and turn left. Go 2 blocks to Fillmore Avenue South, turn right, and go to the end of the block. Make a u-turn at Whittier Street, park in front of the Habberstad House, on the corner of Fillmore and Whittier. For Carriage House guests, parking is directly behind the Carriage house, accessed from the alley behind the Habberstad House, off of Whittier Street.
Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Nature area, Cross Country Skiing, Amish Country Tours, Commonweal Theatre professional theatre company, Root River Bike Trail - paved, 70 miles, Root River - tubing, kayaking, canoeing, Fly fishing, river fishing (trout), Cross Country Skiing, Amish Country Tours, Commonweal Theatre professional theatre company, Root River Bike Trail-paved, 70 miles, Root River-tubing, kayaking, canoeing, Fly fishing, river fishing (trout), Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Other, Historic Inn
Fireplace, Library, Private entrance, Telephone, Videos , Lovely outdoor seating in gardens or on porch, Gas fireplace in Carriage House & Living Room, 2 person whirlpools in 3 rooms, Choice of rooms with king/queen/2 double beds, Private balcony/porch in 2 rooms, 2 rooms have cable TV/VCR/DVD player, Lovely outdoor seating in gardens or on porch, Gas fireplace in Carriage House & Living Room, 2 person whirlpools in 3 rooms, Choice of rooms with king/queen/2 double beds, Private balcony/porch in 2 rooms, 2 rooms have cable TV/VCR/DVD player
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Amish Country Tours, Vesterheim Norwegian Cultural Museum in Decorah, Commonweal Theatre Company, Eagle Bluff Environmental Center, Golf & minigolf, Forestville Living Museum, Niagara Caves, Amish Country Tours, Vesterheim Norwegian Cultural Museum in Decorah, Commonweal Theatre Company, Eagle Bluff Environmental Center, Golf & minigolf, Forestville Living Museum, Niagara Caves, Shopping, Snow shoe trails, Tennis courts
Mark and Elaine Edwards
Mark and Elaine Edwards are experiencing the adventure of their lives as Innkeepers at the Habberstad House in Lanesboro. Mark retired as an Iowa conservation officer, enforcing laws regulating hunting, fishing, and boating. Elaine worked at both Iowa State and Kansas State universities as an extension communicator, providing research-based information to help people improve their lives. They are the parents of three sons and a daughter-in-law who are frequent guests at the B&B.