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Whiteley Creek Homestead
12349 Whiteley Creek Trail
Brainerd, MN 56401
USA
Telefono: +1--2188290654

Richard and Adrienne Cahoon

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A marshmallow floating in a steaming cup of hot chocolate. A fire lazily crackling in an outdoor fieldstone fireplace. Relax in twig chairs on Whiteley Creek Inn's huge screened-in porch while savouring each bite of the evening's snack. A refrigerator on the porch is available for storing items to prepare a simple lunch for day trips into the surrounding Brainerd area and placing leftovers after dining out in the many area restaurants.Sunflowers stand guard at the entrance to the primitively-fenced garden plot outside the "out my kitchen window cottage". The cottage's loft overlooks Whiteley Creek's heirloom vegetables, herbs, and cutting garden flowers.
The "out my kitchen window" cabin features a bedroom loft overlooking flower, vegetable, and herb gardens. French doors open to a balcony providing a secluded setting to quiet the soul and catch a glimpse of wildlife attracted by purposeful landscaping. Air conditioned with fireplace and seating area on lower level. At night, the light from the fireplace peeks through the cracks in the wood floor. Rate is $145.00, which includes a nutrient-dense evening snack and breakfast prepared with organic and locally sourced in-season ingredients.The front porch of the "three marigolds and one other flower" cabin looks out over the expanse of Whiteley Creek Homestead's thirty-five acre property. Sleeping quarters located to the rear of the building. Bright with many windows to view woodland. Fireplace. Air-conditioned.  Rate is $135.00, which includes a nutrient-dense evening snack and breakfast prepared with organic and locally sourced in-season ingredients.
Vintage aprons hanging on the many windows in the three marigolds and one other flower cabin frame the view of dense woods outside. Fireplace and air conditioning. Queen-size bed. Rate is $135.00, which includes a nutrient-dense evening snack and breakfast prepared with organic and locally sourced in-season ingredients.Serenely nestled in the woods, in harmony with its habitat, the air conditioned "cabin in the pines" offers guests a quiet hideaway with a front porch to sit and do nothing but "cultivate the seeds of serenity" ("The Art of Doing Nothing" p. 9). Nearby, a stand of sunflowers beckon guests to meander down a wooded trail where a bench provides a welcome spot to listen to the murmur of the breeze in the pines. Rate is $135.00, which includes a nutrient-dense evening snack and breakfast prepared with organic and locally sourced in-season ingredients.
The "miss 4th of july" room located in the main inn has a private bath with an antique clawfoot tub/shower and old-fashioned red hand water pump sink to match the red-white-and-blue patriotic decor. The windows look out onto the screened back porch and the many bird feeders and bird baths that attract flocks of birds to the property. Pack a lunch to enjoy at a table beside the birds' feeding stations with only a screen between the birds and you! The room is conveniently located by a trail that runs behind the porch leading you to a wetlands area where there are complimentary canoes beckoning you on the bank. Rate is $95.00, which includes a dessert and beverage, as well as a full hot homemade breakfast prepared with organic and locally grown in-season ingredients.       The "starry starry night" room is conveniently located a short hallway from the main inn's screened wraparound porch where there is a table to sit and watch flocks of birds gather at the many feeders and birdbaths. Savour the scent of old-fashioned outdoor clothesline-dried bedding on the quuen-size bed as raindrops pitter patter on the tin roof of the porch outside the window. The private bath, with a clawfoot tub/shower and oldtime hand water pump sink, looks out at the mercantile/general store that houses the "three marigolds and one other flower" cabin. The inn has central air conditioning and heating. Rate is $95.00, which includes a dessert and beverage, as well as a full hot homemade breakfast prepared with organic and locally grown in-season ingredients.