Hotel & Restaurant: The "original" Main Street home of Sinclair Lewis.
“This is America, a town of a few thousand, in a region of wheat and corn and dairies and little groves . . ." from the 1920 Sinclair Lewis novel, "Main Street." Sinclair Lewis referred to the hotel as the “Minniemashie House” in his famous novel.
22 guest rooms, spacious bathrooms include a Jacuzzi. Recently restored exposing the structure’s natural picturesque beauty from top to bottom. Quaint, fresh, charming ambiance. Spacious lobby with baby grand piano, pianist and relaxing melodies.
Exercise room, private business office with fax. Acclaimed restaurant and cozy pub with all day menu - private parties, small receptions. Nearby attractions include: Nine hole golf course, Sinclair Lewis’ boyhood home and museum; burial site, Main Street Theater, specialty shops, and outdoor band concerts in Sinclair Lewis Park. Step into the pages of a delightful bygone era.