Joy told Mr. Bunting that Duluth is hundreds of years old, with cobbled streets and mansions built by timber barons, grain barons, mining tycoons and real estate magnates. Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world and Duluth’s harbor is the world’s largest, furthest-inland seaport, and over 1,100 vessels drop anchor here each year.
Joy also told him that the historic inns in Duluth feature some of the finest architectural homes in Duluth. Guests of Duluth bed and breakfast inns will experience fine antiques, art and gift galleries, gourmet breakfasts, massage therapy, luxurious accommodations and “Minnesota Nice”.
In the September, 2008 issue of Coastal Living Magazine on page 120, Duluth, Minnesota was featured as a top B&B town. The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek is singled out as the “birder-friendly” inn that offers birding resources and excursions.
Since the magazine article, The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek Bed and Breakfast has been included in publicity in the Duluth News Tribune and the Minneapolis Star Tribune and blogs galore. The story was included on local television stations and WCCO Radio in Minneapolis telephoned Jim and interviewed him for a drive-time broadcast. We have heard from many friends, colleagues and returning guests about the publicity.
When you visit Duluth, Minnesota–a top bed and breakfast town–make plans to stay at The Firelight Inn on Oregon Creek. We will provide unsurpassed hospitality, we will respect your need for privacy, and we will amaze you with our over-the-top service. Let the warmth of the firelight surround you!