This Church In Red Wing, Minnesota Has Been Converted Into An Airbnb That You Can Stay In
By Betsy Rathburn|Published January 06, 2021
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Where is your favorite place to book an overnight stay? For many Minnesotans, the answer is a cabin or a campground, or maybe even a treehouse hotel. There are also train cars, castles, and even houseboats – to name only a few other options. It’s clear that there are many choices when it comes to booking a stay in Minnesota. Today, we want to add another option for you to consider. In Red Wing, Minnesota, there’s a lovely Airbnb created from a converted church. If you’re looking for a unique stay in southeastern Minnesota, this could be the spot for you. Read on below to learn more about Minnesota’s church Airbnb: