These 4 Bed & Breakfasts In North Dakota Are Perfect For A Getaway

If you want to get away from things or just happen to be passing through the area, you cannot pass up these fantastic bed & breakfasts located around North Dakota. Each of them has their own charm and are the perfect escape from the day-to-day grind. Relax and enjoy the company of the kindest and most hospitable hosts at these beautiful spots as well:

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Don’t you just wish you could stay at one of these every day and have a delicious breakfast served to you every morning? If only! What are your picks for the best bed & breakfasts in North Dakota? Tell us all about them in the comments, and share pictures if you’ve got them!

Address: 510 4th Ave NW, Minot, ND 58703, USA
Address: 16604 94th St SE, Hankinson, ND 58041, USA
Address: 807 N 6th St, Bismarck, ND 58501, USA
Address: 502 Church St, Tower City, ND 58071, USA
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Best Bed & Breakfasts In North Dakota

June 15, 2021

Where are some interesting places to stay in North Dakota? 

North Dakota is a state full of interesting history, landscapes, parks, and top-notch camping, so it would only make sense for there to be some truly interesting and unique spots to rest your head for the evening as well. There are tons of Airbnb listings and bed and breakfasts that you will quite literally never find anywhere but here. There are some super-unique hotels, too, like the Enchanted Castle in Regent, where you can make your fairy-tale dreams come true, and the Coteau des Prairie Lodge in Havana is a stay you’ve got to snatch up to believe. The Lakeview Meadow Resort is another top-notch stay that’s more than just a stay. Wherever you roam, you’ll find something interesting for sure!  

 Where should I go on a North Dakota vacation? 

North Dakota is a popular spot for folks looking to take a relaxing vacation, mostly due to our incredibly beautiful and uniquely-ours landscapes. The choice is truly yours, and you’ll absolutely need more than just one weekend to see it all. Some of our favorite spots are iconic places like Theodore Roosevelt National Park, which is one of five national parks that call North Dakota home. It doesn’t stop there – North Dakota is also proud to call 13 state parks its own, too. All of them are great fun for vacationers looking for natural beauty. The Plains Art Museum, in Fargo, is a must-see for the art lover in you, and you can try your hand at catching salmon in beautiful Lake Sakakawea before calling it a night and retiring to any of the adorable bed and breakfasts you’ll find scattered across the state.  

 Where are the most relaxing places in North Dakota? 

Well, our first pick for a relaxing place to go in North Dakota is probably the International Peace Garden, in Dunseith, where you’ll have scenic space to meditate or simply unwind. Turtle River State Park is another great spot in North Dakota, and we’re certain you’ll totally love lazing an afternoon away beside the crystalline Turtle River, which runs throughout the park. For some of our other favorite places to relax in North Dakota, check this article out for some inspiration!  

Address: 510 4th Ave NW, Minot, ND 58703, USA
Address: 16604 94th St SE, Hankinson, ND 58041, USA
Address: 807 N 6th St, Bismarck, ND 58501, USA
Address: 502 Church St, Tower City, ND 58071, USA