Red Lantern Inn
Please use the Golden Lantern’s,
or give us a call at (651) 388-3315. Your confirmation will be sent via e-mail.
3-6PM Daily or by confirmed appointment.
By 11AM. Late check-outs may be accommodated at the rate of $25/hour and must be confirmed with innkeeper in advance.
Your room is guaranteed with payment in full by check or can be held with
the following major credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express.
Final payment is taken at check-in.
Reservations may be cancelled without penalty up to two weeks before the
scheduled arrival date for the weekend stays (Friday and Saturday), and
up to one week before the scheduled arrival for weekday stays (Sunday- Thursday).
Cancellations must be made by e-mail or calling the innkeeper direct. For
cancellations after the deadline, cards will be charged for the full amount of the booked stay and a gift certificate for that amount, less a $25.00 processing fee, will be issued.
All rates shown are based on double occupancy and include a full hot breakfast.
Please add $25/night for a third person in the room. A 9.875% MN state/local
tax is additional and will be included in your final payment.
We welcome children over twelve to the Golden Lantern. Younger children may
be accepted with prior approval, extra guest charges apply for children over three years.
Although we love pets, we cannot accept them to stay in your room. The Inn has three
lovable and guest-friendly small dogs that will be happy to greet you if you ask.
We are pleased to be a non-smoking inn. You may smoke outside.
A delectable full hot breakfast is served daily in the dining room at 9AM or
delivered directly to your room with advance notice. We are happy to accommodate
guests with food allergies or dietary restrictions – please advise us in advance.
During many spring, summer and fall days we also invite you to enjoy breakfast on our
relaxing porch overlooking the gardens.
To purchase a gift certificate, please use or call direct.
Please call to inquire about a group, meeting, elopement or wedding stay at the inn.
Google Maps and Mapquest show incorrect driving directions.
We recommend you use the directions listed below to drive to Red Wing.
From Twin Cities:
Allow 1 hr/15 minutes. Travel south on Hwy 52 approximately 20 miles to the Hampton exit (Hwy 50). Turn left onto Hwy 50. Keep going straight on 50, which will turn into 61 south after about 7 miles. Continue on 61 S approximately 20 miles, 61 south turns into Main Street once you enter Red Wing. Follow Main St. into the historic downtown area and turn right on West Ave (there is an Econofoods on the corner). Go six blocks on West Ave. to 7th St. Turn left onto 7th and proceed one block to East Ave. Turn right onto East Ave. We are the second house from the corner on the left. 721 East Ave.
From the South/Rochester:
Travel north on Highway 52 for approximately 23 miles. Exit at Zumbrota. Follow 58 N out of Zumbrota into Red Wing. Once in Red Wing, take 58 (Plum St) to 7th St. Turn left onto 7th St. and proceed three blocks to East Ave. Turn left onto East Ave. The Golden Lantern will be the second house on your left.
Cross into Minnesota on 63. In Red Wing, continue on 63 (3rd Street) to Plum. Turn left on Plum and proceed four blocks to 7th St . Take a right onto 7th and continue to East Ave. Take a left onto East Ave. We are the second house from the corner on the left. 721 East Ave.
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