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Nine of us spent two days here. If you're looking for a peaceful place to stay, this is it. We stayed here as we were here for the interment of my husband's cremains. Rooms are spare but comfortable. We spread out over 3 suites. Breakfast...More
The floors are bare, the mattress on the hard side, no television, and no frills, just the peacefulness of a monastery and a gorgeous view of Lake Sagatagan and 100 year old Austrian Pines planted by the Benedictine Monks that manage St Johns abbey and...More
My first visit to Abbey Guesthouse was in 2009. I have made a trip there twice a year since. There is so much to say about this wonderful place I feel like I can't type it all. I invite you to send me a private...More
The guesthouse run by the Benedictine monks is a state-of-the-art, environmentally correct design with minimalist decor. The rooms are simply decorated, with white walls, wood floors and furniture. Open your window to nature's artwork - a forest with the lake and a chapel on the...More
A couple minutes off I 94 in central Minnesota is St John's University, on the campus, which is beautiful and worth a drive through is a Guest House. The Guest House is located next to Lake Sagatagan, its a simple building thats very well done,...More
I am planning to come with my wife in May this year for my son's graduation. I am in the process of working out my US visa application. If I make a tentative reservation with you now, will I be able to cancel it, in the event my application for the US visa is turned down? Your early response will be greatly appreciated. Thank you and Best Regards.
24 January 2016|
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