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Arbor House, An Environmental Inn
Award winning Inn across from the Arboretum. The Arbor House, An Environmental Inn Bed and Breakfast is a historic and natural place to stay. A model for urban ecology with native gardens and mature trees. Fireplaces, whirlpools, canoe pass, sauna, biking and skiing. The most important meal of the day is complimentary. Our wheat/gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, diabetic, even "foodie" guests have been impressed with our skill and flexibility in menu planning. Ideal for business retreats and family reunions. Offering free high-speed Internet. Celebrating 10 years!
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