SINCLAIR LEWIS
First American author to be awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, most famous for "Main Street."
  
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.
  
Accommodations:
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.
  
Features: 
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.
  
- EC
 
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