Get ready- alpine skiing at Giants Ridge opens the Friday after Thanksgiving!
This is a great time to be at Green Gate Guest Houses! 10. Cook that recipe you’ve been craving in our well-appointed kitchen. 9. Go bird hunting, bird watching, or just head out for a great fall hike. 8. Massages at the Pebble Spa, or have them come to Green Gate for in-house treatments. 7. … Read more
We are hard at work on the next structure at Green Gate Guest Houses. We are moving a 120 year old Finnish log cabin to the property and converting it into a cozy little retreat! Check out the progress to date, and stay tuned for more photos as the building takes shape (“like” us on … Read more
We just happened to have a couple long stretches of availability in August for both the Green Gate Barn and The Miklausich Place. Campfires, beaches, golfing/paddling/cycling- possibly the best time to enjoy summer in northern Minnesota! Check out our availability calendars and give us a call to book your stay!
We have completed major renovations and are excited to introduce the next vacation rental option at Green Gate Guest Houses. In honor of the Slovenian family of 13 who pioneered this property and ‘lived off the land’ for most of the last century, we did our best to preserve the historic charm of this cozy … Read more
Our guest house is currently available for Mother’s Day! Give Mom a weekend stay at Green Gate Guest House this Mother’s Day holiday and we’ll provide up to 4 dinner vouchers for the fabulous Mother’s Day Buffet at The Lodge at Giants Ridge- Mom gets her best Mother’s Day experience EVER, you become (or remain) … Read more
With over a foot of new snow in the last week, ski conditions are the best in years! We are currently offering a 25% discount on all reservations for the remainder of the Spring ski season. Dont’ miss out on the best month of winter for outdoor fun!
It took awhile, but we now have a sign along the Giant’s Ridge Road so that you first-timers can find the property. Shawn deliberated for some time before coming up with the design, which represents our area’s history of lumber, iron mining and farming. He made the sign from some locally-milled cedar timbers and an … Read more