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Guests to the
221 Melsted Place B&B experience first-class privacy, fine
candlelight dining, superb service, timeless elegance and rich Icelandic
history - along with all the other fine amenities the Bed and Breakfast
has to offer.
Escape into timeless elegance as you visit this
historic picturesque estate, 221Melsted Place Bed and Breakfast. Built
in 1910, the Melsted Place Bed & Breakfast is part of the original
Icelandic community of Mountain, North Dakota. Surrounded by fertile
farm lands of the Red River Valley, this stately Bed and Breakfast
offers a peaceful setting and fascinating history that captures your
imagination and takes you to another time and place.
This year marks our 10th Anniversary as a bed and breakfast and 100 years for this beautiful historic home. To celebrate, my long awaited cookbook is currently being printed. Titled "My Signature Dish", chef Lonnette Kelley
To order www.morriscookbooks.com or
County Republican August 9th, 1999
- "Rather like a northern rendition of a scene from
"Gone with the Wind", Saturday evening at 221 Melsted
Place where the President of Iceland was staying, was the
picture of grace and charm." "Melsted Place in
particular...", the President said, "...It's
fantastic, its beats international hotels."
Chronicle June 25, 1997 - "Guests
receive royal treatment!...Elegance, style and a unique
experience for all visitors."
Grand Forks Herald
August 17, 1997
- "There is a secret in this tiny town, but the news is
spreading. This mansion is set amid the wheat fields and rolling
hills. It stands majestically on the prairie where the American
flag waves from the pole in the front yard and purple morning
glories climb the garden fence. Inside timeless elegance
welcomes visitors to another time."
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the golden wheat fields and little churches, your dreams
begin at 221 Melsted Place Bed and Breakfast. The Bed and Breakfast
invites you to stroll through the hollyhocks, wonder the garden pathways
to this romantic turn of the century mansion with all the amenities of a
modern day Bed and Breakfast Inn. As the sun sets in this peaceful North
Dakota valley, imagine no interruptions, soft candlelight, piano music
and fine dining.
Later, relax in the spa, enjoy the fireplace, or indulge in a
romantic limousine ride under the stars.
Looking for adventure, your visit may include a vintage Jeep tour exploring
North Dakota's prairie farmlands, wooded back country trails and nature
at its finest! We offer, all inclusive special packages tailored for
your pleasure. Each new day, you will awaken to the aroma of gourmet
coffee, or tea, home-baked delights, fresh fruit in season and a full
Breakfast Amenities include
Victorian all-season spa, torchlight croquet,
evening bonfires, pumpkin carriage rides, fresh garden produce, berry picking, bird watching,
star gazing, special event receptions, and small weddings.
Escape into timeless elegance, experience outstanding service,
exceptional cuisine and superb accommodations!
Nominated for North
Dakota Travel and Tourism Leader Award 2000.
Mountain, North Dakota
- 1884 Historic Vikur Church, The
first Icelandic church in America
- August the Duece, Icelandic
Festival, held in August
- Borg Pioneer Memorial Home, home to
several of our Icelandic pioneers
North Dakota is in Pembina County of northeastern North Dakota.
88 miles northwest of
Grand Forks, North Dakota
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- Cavalier Air Station - operated by
the United States Air Force, the world's most powerful phased-array
radar defends the United States and Canada and also tracks
satellites from its unique location along the northern border of the
- Wooded hills of the Pembina
- Icelandic State Park - fishing,
swimming, campgrounds, picnic areas, nature trails, historic
- Pioneer Heritage Center - a
distinctive tribute to all pioneers who settled here
Walhalla, North Dakota
- Valley of the Gods, and spectacular
- Frost Fire Mountain, fully
developed ski area with chair lifts, lodge, and terrific views; the
outdoor amphitheater stages popular musicals in the summer at Frost
- Public Fossil Digs in Pembina Gorge
- Discover mysterious marine creatures of the past, dates available
during July - please call for details.
Pembina, North Dakota
- Pembina State Museum - focuses on
transportation and heritage, featuring regional history from the
Cretaceous Age to present
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