James Mulvey Inn

622 West Churchill Street, Stillwater, Minnesota, 55082, United States
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Historical Court House and Veterans' memoria PlazaHistorical Court House and Veterans' memoria Plaza

Washington County Courthouse, Stillwater, MN 2008Washington County Courthouse, Stillwater, MN 2008

photo by Gregory Rothphoto by Gregory Roth

photo by Gregory Rothphoto by Gregory Roth

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Recommendations for lodgings in Stillwater?

by nu2town

We'd like to spend a few days in Stillwater sometime this spring just to explore. However, we are a same sex couple and I don't want to be hassled or dis-respected when I am away. We'd prefer not to stay in one of the 'chain' motels, but also can't spend $200 a night. Does anyone have any ideas for places we'd be welcome, have our privacy and still be able to afford to stay for a few days? Thanks for your help.

Re: Recommendations for lodgings in Stillwater?

by hoser_71

I would try somthing like the Lowell Inn. It's big enough to be professional, but not a chain. The rates are somewhat reasonable as well.

Re: Recommendations for lodgings in Stillwater?

by lhforrette

This is only anecdotal but I had thought that Stillwater was quite gay-friendly. In fact there was a story in the Minneapolis paper about gays boycotting Stillwater when a local politician came out against gay marriage (and all the merchants were worried because it is such a destination for the gay community). I guess my point is that I don't think you'll have much trouble there as a gay couple. Have a great time!

Re: Recommendations for lodgings in Stillwater?

by huntertails02

Hi its mid may, have you been to Stillwater yet?

Travel Tips for Stillwater

Stillwater, US

by dromosapien


Washington County Courthouse

constructed: 1870
architect: Augustus F Knight
address: S 3rd St. & W Pine St.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.



former lumber town, current affluent boutique suburb and one of 87 Minnesota county seats -and the last in my accidental tour of Minnesota county seats that I began while house hunting.

population: 15,150




"Stillwater Lift Bridge"

- MN Bridge No. 4654, WI Bridge No. B-55-919

constructed: 1931
architect: John Alexander Low Waddell
type: 'counterweighted, cable & tower'
status: structurally deficient (2008)
length: 320 meters / 1,050 feet
width: 7 meters / 23 feet
address: St. Croix River, between Stllwater MN & Houlton WI
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

"Post Office"

- former post office

constructed: 1903
architect: James Knox Taylor
current use: photo studio
address: Myrtle & 2nd Ave


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