Evelo's Bed and Breakfast, also known as "the Bell House" after the original owners, was designed by the mid-western architect William Kenyon for Dr. John and Kate Bell in 1897. The home has three stories and has one of the best preserved Victorian interiors in the Lowry Hill East neighborhood. The entire main floor is done in heavy dark oak millwork still in its original state. The gorgeous woodwork, corner fireplace and period furnishings provide guests with a warm and comfortable parlor. A rather unusual room is the dining room. It is a combination of a formal dining room and a conservatory with its room of windows on the south wall. Guests enjoy an expanded complimentary breakfast of fresh fruit, assorted baked goods, yogurt or cheese, coffee, tea and juices. The front porch with it's wicker furniture provides a perfect setting for relaxing or even enjoying breakfast. The three spacious guestrooms are located on the third floor, a fourth bedroom on second floor, each furnished with period furniture. Accommodations have been modeled after the English Bed and Breakfast arrangement, in that the two bathrooms are shared (one full bathroom, one half bath). Guests have available for their use a small refrigerator, coffee maker, private telephone and a small television in each room. Also available are numerous guidebooks, maps and magazines. All rooms have queen beds and two of the rooms have an additional single bed. Hosts provide guests with information on local restaurants, attractions in the city and easy directions to make their stay comfortable and enjoyable. Evelo's was selected by City Pages, a local weekly paper, as the Best B&B in the Twin Cities, Evelo's was also featured on WCCO TV newcast " Finding Minnesota".
5 on October 04, 2013
Incredible experience. Beautiful home. Located in Uptown. Kind innkeepers. Extremely clean. Not to mention... breakfast was unreal. Stayed 2 nights and it was $166 total. Can't wait to come back.
5 on April 22, 2012
Absolutely loved the stay!
4.8 on December 27, 2009
My mother and I visited Evelo's while in town for a John O'Donohue workshop. The decor was wonderful, the place is located just steps away from a bus stop, the hosts were gracious and helpful, the lighting was gorgeous and the FOOD was just RIDICULOUSLY fantastic. Seriously, it was scrumptuous and delightfully different each morning we stayed. My mom and I STILL think about it at random times. I love B&Bs and I visit them as often as I can and I have NEVER come across one that fed their guests as well. You should visit them...and send me the leftovers.
4.2 on October 08, 2009
We have never stayed at a B&B. We are senior citizens and were treated royally by Barbara, substitute inn-keeper. The Evelo's were on vacation during our 4 night stay. Barbara's breakfast was delightful and healthy. Fresh fruit, juice, baked breads, etc. were prepared fresh each morning. Due to the fact that we are limited in our abilities to climb stairs, the third floor bedroom was inconvenient. The room was very pretty and the closet was a very generous size. It would have been perfect had it not been for the stairs. Folks that stayed there were very friendly. Barbara provided us with answers and directions to help us get around the city. If we were in better health, I would not hesitate to stay there again.
4.4 on September 08, 2009
This B&B is probably the best I have been in the past years. Very welcoming and I was given a lot of information about Minneapolis so that I could tourist around. Very clean place. The house has a very fine and old finish. I was already impressed as I stepped in the first time. Breakfast was a feast day after day. I was very impressed by the freshness of the food and the different kind of dish I was offered. I will definitely come back again and tell all my friends about it. Thank you for the wonderful staying. Massimo.
Minneapolis, MN (MSP-Minneapolis-St. Paul Intl.) 8 miles
Exit airport and follow signs that direct you to Mpls. Take Highway 62 West to Interstate 35W North. Take 35W North and continue to the Mpls. downtown exits. Take the exit 94 West and stay in that lane to exit onto Lyndale Ave. South. This curves to the left. Take Lyndale Ave. South to 24th street (about 4 stop lights). Take a right at 24th Street, drive two blocks to Bryant Avenue South. Take a right on Bryant Ave South, the B & B is in the middle of the block at 2301 Bryant Ave. South. Total driving time from the airport is 20 Minutes.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Mpls best restaurants close by and in center of city which is 10 min bus ride or 20- 30 min walk, Convention Center , Target Center, Eat Street/ethnic restaurants, Mississippi River/cruises, Metro Dome, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Fireplace, Telephone , Art Nouveau, antiques, parlor, front porch
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ironing Board, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Walker Art Center, Guthrie Theate, Lake of the Isles, Shopping Uptown/Downto, Jungle Theatre and many more., Minneapolis institute e of Art, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental
David and Sheryl Evelo
Hosts David and Sheryl Evelo are retired teachers and have lived in the area since 1972. They began their Bed and Breakfast in 1979.
Low fat , Vegetarian
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