Where does one go after months of working tirelessly in corporate offices? The answer would be something detailing a quiet place for a Duluth bed and breakfast. If you already have a fair share of spending time in the outdoors, you may wish to find a cozy home far away from home. The Cotton Mansion will exceed your expectations of having a stress free vacation without running down your money. Additionally, the place has proven its quality and high-end customer service to both reviewing platforms and former visitors.
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Cotton Mansion began its operation in 1908 under the initiation of Joseph Cotton. The building’s interior maintains its steady and beautiful architecture and furniture. It includes unique Mahogany carvings by designer and architect Joseph & Louise Cotton and Keyes & Colburn.
The Cotton Mansion sits on 16,000 square feet of land, excluding the compound. It was a favorite spot for presidential parties, such as Republic Convention by Teddy Roosevelt in 1904. It also has the legendary history of being a natural relaxation area for John D. Rockefeller, the corporate attorney of US Steel and future presidential parties of the eras following Roosevelt's.
Cotton Mansion is a forest-enclosed getaway boasting of continuous greenery throughout the year. The landscape receives constant landscaping services from professionals who understand the motto of the managing team and the preference of all its customers. This particular bed and breakfast facility has unbelievable friendly prices for all the services it offers.