"This 1904 Georgian mansion is truly one of the finest and most elegant Inns on all the Great Lakes. An absolutely superb experience."
Chicago Tribune, April 2011
"SEE HOW THE OTHER HALF LIVED" - "At the turn of the last century, Duluth's rich weren't shy about plowing their plus-sized incomes into their homes. There are enough jaw-dropping residences - some can be only described as estates - to rival the displays of wealth that are St. Paul's Cathedral Hill and Minneapolis' Lowry Hill districts. For a more up-close and personal experience, check into one of the neighborhood's palatial bed & breakfast inns, the Olcott House, a Georgian Colonial Revival beauty that dates to 1904."
Minneapolis/St. Paul Star Tribune Travel Section, August 2009
Featured mansion on HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk"
Selected as one of America's top Bed & Breakfasts
Coastal Living Magazine, September 2008
Exclusively recognized and featured historic mansion
St. Louis County Historical Society, Rootprints Magazine, Winter 2008
"The most aristocratic dwelling in the city"
Treasures of Minnesota, Morgan & Chase Publishing 2007
The only Bed & Breakfast selected and featured in the authoritative text
Historic Homes of Minnesota by renowned architecture critic, Roger Kennedy
"The house is the most impressive Georgian Revival in Duluth"
Images of America, Duluth, Minnesota, History Book Series