The Parkplace cabin building located in Two Harbors, Minnesota, United States is a cute and cozy studio vacation property that can accommodate up to 4 guests. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The cabin building is self-check-in with a lockbox. This quaint and cozy one-room cabin building was once an old trapper's and fisherman's cabin in the wood. The wood cabin is rustic with cabin themed decor that has recently been updated with modern conveniences. The wood cabin has a custom made solid pine platform bed with new top quality mattress for your comfort.
The wood cabin kitchen is fully stocked with pots, pans, dishes, silverware, and utensils. The kitchen also has a coffee pot with filters, a microwave, and a gas range including an oven. The Parkplace cabin building has cooking oil, salt, and pepper stocked on the shelf. There is a gas grill on the deck and a bonfire ring with seating inside the yard. There is firewood on-site.
The cabin building was originally built in 1927 as a three-season private vacation small cottage plan. The cabin building was extensively remodeled in 2012 with all new wiring, plumbing, and interior walls and roofing. Additional upgrades to the cabin building were completed in 2016 to include new windows, improved insulation to allow for year-round use, and relocation of the kitchenette.
The entire cabin building is available for exclusive use by guests to include the front deck and yard outside where the fire ring is located. Pets are allowed and welcomed with a one time $20 service fee that is paid to the housekeeper. You will want to please let the owners know if a pet will be accompanying you during your vacation stay. There is a gas grill is available on the deck. A fire ring is located in the yard with firewood that is available on-site at $6 per bundle. You will want to please let the owners know if your pet will accompany you. The cabin building has a flat-screen television with cable connection and unlimited high-speed internet connection. There is an ethernet connection to the left of the stove.
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