We have sensitively preserved the grounds and the natural environment and want to share our vistas of unspoiled, natural beauty. Argueably, one of the best locations on the upper Mississippi River Valley overlooking the Tiffany Wildlife Preserve and both the Chippewa and Mississippi River Valley and Lake Pepin. American Eagle Bluff gives you the freedom to explore bluff perennial gardens. Feel free to wander our lavish flower gardens and be embraced by our stone walls. Enjoy one of our many peaceful, private areas to sit or lay on the rolling, expansive lawn. One can see 30 miles unobstructed!
5 on September 13, 2012
Perry and Raynard are most gracious hosts and the experience was wonderful. It is a faboulous space!
5 on March 20, 2012
Perry and Raynard are gracious, friendly, attentive hosts who also understand the desire for time and privacy. They were FABULOUS. The home, food, and other amenities were incredible, and the view is unmatched. Simply an amazing experience. I offer my highest recommendation!
5 on August 16, 2011
If you want to be surrounded by the luxury and beauty of perennial gardens while experiencing complete solitude wherever you roam- you MUST visit American Eagle B&B. The 140 acres majestically abound the bluffs dotted by a small orchard, a tranquil path that leads you to a secluded perch where you view the grandeur of the Mississippi and Chippewa Rivers, shaded gardens with hammocks calling you for an afternoon nap. The view is breathtaking and the grounds are nearly sacred. Boasting over 31 varieties of Hostas, a colorful and lovely Japanese garden, with a charming front porch swing where you can keep any eye on the bubbling pool of gold fish. The birds visit the feeders and baths sprinkled about the property. The charm of the old farm house is waiting to tell you her story. It is filled with lavish antiques, glassware, magazines, contemporary art and a wonderful and charming library to catch a late night read. The newly appointed gourmet kitchen complete with large windows overlooking the magnificent property calls you to indulge in the freshly baked cookies and fresh lemonade. This place really is near heavenly. The hosts, Perry & Raynard are the finest! We were only reluctant to share our experience for fear that the next time we want to come we won’t get in!
4.8 on July 27, 2011
This B&B is a hidden gem. Once a magazine gets wind of this stunning place, it will be sold out for sure. The value is outstanding. It is a beautiful, private bluff. The home is gorgeous, but the true beauty of this B&B is the landscaping and scenery. The landscaping is perfection; honeymooners would love it. It would also be a wonderful place for photo shoots. We ate blackberries off the tree, walked a little path to the most breathtaking view of the rivers. We plan on going in other seasons to see what true nature beauty this place has to offer. It's serene, relaxing and wonderful. In the morning you are greeted by the amazing chef Ranald, and Perry the gourmet baker. Amazing breakfast of beautifully arranged fruits and a delicious egg bake, all with organic ingredients. A potato dish, a sausage dish and fresh orange juice. Perry made us delicious loaves of raisin bread from scratch. The atmosphere is so great. The colors in the room remind you of an antique cottage. Care has been taken in every detail. We adored this place. We wished we had stayed longer to enjoy the quiet beauty. Our guide Perry showed us the entire area (they own a lot of land around the B&B), as well as describing all of the books, antiques and gems created and found within the house. Attention to detail couldn't be better. They also have a great little antique shop below with lots of really great finds! We absolutely could not believe the price for this amazing place. This is really and truly a resort!
4.0 on July 15, 2011
I spent July 4th here. The hosts are so helpful, they know everything about the area, where to eat and shop, "Ruby Beets" for jewelry. But you won't ever want to leave the place once you settle in. You can view the valleys and rivers below with complete privacy. The acres to stroll, deer to watch and woodpeckers to listen for. There are even great views from the bathrooms. You will love the decor which is warm and cozy and rich and sensuous. Great place for a girl friend weekend or a romantic get-away. You won't getaway without a scrumptious breakfast. Home made muffins or breads all the time. Check the cookie jar. But most important sit on the Adirondack chairs and let the world float by. You won't be disappointed.
Mississippi River Valley bluff country, Countryside, Small town
Minneapolis, MN (MSP-Minneapolis-St. Paul Intl.) 78 miles
1. Head southwest on Glumack Dr 0.4 mi 2. Continue onto Airport Ser Rd 0.1 mi 3. Continue onto Glumack Dr 0.3 mi 4. Take the ramp onto MN-5 W 1.1 mi 5. Take the exit onto I-494 E 11.6 mi 6. Take exit 63B to merge onto US-10 E/US-61 S toward Hastings 11.4 mi 7. Turn left at US-10 E/Point Douglas Dr S Continue to follow US-10 E Entering Wisconsin 3.2 mi 8. Turn right at WI-35 S/Broad St/Great River Rd Continue to follow WI-35 S/Great River Rd 19.5 mi 9. Turn right toward US-63 S 92 ft 10. Turn right at US-63 S Entering Minnesota 3.0 mi 11. Turn right at Plum St 381 ft 12. Take the 1st right onto US-61 S/Main St Continue to follow US-61 S 27.6 mi 13. Turn right at 8th Ave 187 ft 14. Take the 1st right onto 2 1/2 St Destination will be on the right
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Abundant Eagle Watching from property, National Eagle Center, Lark Toys, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area, Vineyard, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Abundant Eagle Watching from property, Private Lookout Structure, Wide Vairiety of Wildlife on our acreage, Endless Perennial Gardens, Our own Snowshoe and Cross County Ski trails, Our own Private Pine Forest, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Country Inn
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Library, Radio, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer
Perry Juenemann/ Raynard Petersen
We enjoy gardening, antiqueing,art and architecture, design, preserving the environment, music, friendship and travel.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian