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Switch Up Your Stay with a Night at the Little Switzerland Inn
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Switch Up Your Stay with a Night at the Little Switzerland Inn

Are you traveling to Northeast Iowa? Are you looking for a unique place to stay? Look no further than the Little Switzerland Inn in McGregor! Built in 1862, the historic inn is located just across from the mighty Mississippi River. The spacious suites offer privacy and closeness and will make your trip enjoyable and relaxing. You’ll be steps away from all the one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants in McGregor.

The Little Switzerland Inn offers four different lodging options: Sadie’s Log Cabin, Alpine Suite, Chalet Suite, and Rob Roy Suite.

Sadie’s Log Cabin: Take a break from the typical hotel room and instead stay in a log cabin. The cabin, originally built in 1848, will offer you an experience you’ll never forget. Focus on your family and friends by spending a cozy evening in by the fireplace.

Alpine Suite: This suite offers a vertical layout with a private entrance. Featuring a loft with a double bed, a single bed downstairs, and newly remodeled bathroom, it’s the perfect place to kick back and relax.

Chalet Suite: This is the perfect place to stay with your family. The spacious living area is great to spend time chatting or playing games. The kids will love sleeping in the loft. There is a private deck and a Jacuzzi in the master bedroom which is perfect for when the kids are asleep! The suite also has a connecting door to the Rob Roy Suite.

Rob Roy Suite: Work or relax in this suite which provides a large living area, dining room table with space for up to 10 and a spacious kitchen. Watch the activity on the Mississippi River from the front balcony or enjoy a cup of coffee on the quiet screened porch.

The Little Switzerland Inn has something to offer everyone whether you’re traveling near or far. You’ll feel at home here in McGregor.

Written by Amy Bonvillain | Photo credit to Little Switzerland Inn

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