Calmar Guesthouse: 1885 Bed and Breakfast - This beautiful restored Victorian home was built by John B. Kaye, a lawyer and poet. Stained glass windows, open stairway, gleaming woodwork highlight the gracious interior. Near the world famous Hand carved Bily Brothers Clocks in Spillville. The largest ethnic museum in U.S. - Norwegian in Decorah and famous Nordic Fest. - Near Niagara Cave, Spook Cave, Lake Meyer, Smallest Church. Near bike trails, canoes, golf and swimming in season.
Seen in "Iowa Farmer Today" "Calmar Courier, "Minneapolis Star Tribune travel show. "Home and Away Magazine" and "The Iowan". Lucille has made travellers happy from all over the world and has a map showing the map dots. She serves a full breakfast and warm hospitality. Near Luther College, Decorah and North East Iowa Community College.
Your Host: Lucille B. Kruse
Credit Cards accepted. Open all year, near bike trail, golf, swimming in season.
Phone: (563) 562-3851
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