A relaxing stay at an elegant bed-and-breakfast is much more enjoyable than visiting a trendy bed of breakfast, with its messy scrambled-egg mattresses and uncomfortable biscuit pillows. Savor a sturdier sojourn with today's Groupon to Asa Parker House Bed and Breakfast in Marine on St. Croix. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a one-night stay (up to a $189 value) and a bottle of wine ($25 value; up to a $214 total value).
- For $179, you get a two-night stay (up to a $378 value) and bottle of wine ($25 value; up to a $403 total value).
Prices are based on double occupancy; an additional fee of $20 per additional person per night applies.
Asa Parker House's 155-year-old, history-rich lodgings outfit temporary residents with proximity to state parks and serene views of sprawling forest landscape. Guests can choose from any of the house's four rooms, which play to particular tastes and needs. The Alice O' Brien suite offers twosomes space to sprawl with three rooms, french-style windows, and a private porch from which to watch leaves shed their exoskeletons. The recently renovated Sarah Louise room augments well-aged, original hardwood flooring with a modern-day jacuzzi and four-post queen bed, and the Isabella Parker room pays further homage to the home's history with a 19th-century walnut bed. The Laura Rose room accommodates with a private, double-size shower and an electric fireplace ideal for roasting digital marshmallows.
After examining every nook and cranny of their well-appointed room, guests can enjoy a chilled bottle of wine (nonalcoholic options are also available). Come morning, the sun's rays peak through the windows and salute a complimentary breakfast of seasonal fruits, homemade baked goods, and a single hot entree, each modifiable to fit dietary requirements or brute mandible strength.
Asa Parker House
Established in 1856, Asa Parker House lists among the most notable examples of Greek Revival architecture in the Midwest. A pair of two-story columns borders the entryway, resembling the towering sugar maple, ash, birch, and hickory trees that abound on the property. Four guest rooms feature antique touches, such as a nineteenth century walnut bed in the lilac-hued Isabella Parker room, original hardwood flooring in the Sarah Louise room, or hieroglyphs of John Quincy Adams in the Laura Rose room. Each morning, a four-course breakfast of fresh fruit, homemade pastries, hot entrees, and freshly ground coffee greets guests in the formal dining room. The house purposefully does away with modern technology, such as televisions, phones, and laser-guided toaster ovens, though WiFi access is available and some rooms feature whirlpools or Jacuzzis.
Marine on St. Croix
17500 Saint Croix Trail N
St. Croix, Minnesota 55047