Sanctuary Guest House & Eatery, Walhalla N.D.

A FEW PLACES TO TRY

Walhalla, N.D.
A friendly farm town with lots of places to bike, canoe, hunt fossils and enjoy unobstructed views of the night sky. Moose even occasionally stroll through town. Stay at the Sanctuary Guest House & Eatery, a Federal-style home nestled at the base of a bluff. Make dinner reservations at the Sanctuary, or for diner food, try the Highway 32 Diner Ltd. near downtown.

Sanctuary Guest House & Eatery
403 Holly St.
(701) 549-3116
www.sanctuary-guesthouse.com


Marquette, Mich.
Home to Northern Michigan University, this college town and shipping port offers spectacular views of Lake Superior. Stay at the Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast, a restored lighthouse 30 miles up the coast. You will have thick forests at your backside and a beach to yourself. For dinner, order lake trout or whitefish caught and served fresh daily at any of the numerous restaurants in Marquette.

Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast
#3 Lighthouse Road
(906) 345-9957
www.bigbaylighthouse.com


Syracuse to Buffalo, N.Y. — and numerous options along Lake Ontario and in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York
This is a great area for canoeing, hiking, biking and fishing. Stay at the Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast (in Sodus, N.Y.), a restored farmhouse ­rumored to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. It overlooks a quiet bay on Lake Ontario.

Maxwell Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast
7563 Lake Road, (315) 483-2222
www.maxwellcreekinn-bnb.com