Are you looking for that perfect destination for your special anniversary, long-awaited romantic vacation, or just time away for two? Look no further than The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast. Our historically renovated, 1910 mansion exemplifies the highest standards in B&B hospitality with the finest amenities available in Duluth. Our food will delight you, our beds will comfort you, and as the fireplaces glow, our atmosphere will soothe your soul.
A true respite from the busyness of life, our Inn is nestled on a secluded dead-end street adjacent to Oregon Creek and amidst turn-of-the-century mansions and Old World Charm of the historic East End of the city. Here you may enjoy the best of both worlds: a property offering peace and relaxation that is located close to a myriad of attractions. Our Inn is only two hours and thirty minutes north of the Mall of America, about twenty blocks from historic downtown Duluth, and just seven blocks uphill from Lake Superior.
Is the thought of sharing a “common breakfast” with other guests keeping you away? We specialize in a hearty, sumptuous breakfast delivered to the intimate setting of your suite where it can be enjoyed by the firelight, while you’re comfortable in your pajamas or a luscious Firelight Inn bathrobe. Of course, you also may choose to dine in our formal dining room or in the glass-enclosed front porch. We are happy to accommodate a vegetarian, lactose intolerant, gluten-free or vegan diet upon request.
We strive to provide our guests with an unparalleled lodging experience unlike any other and will do all we can to make that happen. Come see for yourself why guests and reviewers alike rave about The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast.
Our historic home has a pending sale with a new owner and The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast will close for business on October 10, 2021. If you have a gift certificate issued by The Firelight Inn, please call us to schedule your stay as soon as possible.
We are thankful for the guests we have met through our 23 years of innkeeping. We will now gracefully ease into retirement with fond memories.
Jim and Joy Fischer, Owners/Innkeepers